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When looking toward the bleachers, all that was visible was red as Cavaliers showed off their school spirit.
Bittersweet Goodbye: The Pep Rally Marks the End of Fall Season Sports
Camila Ruiz, Staff Writer • November 13, 2021

Coral Gables Senior High School pumped up its school spirit by hosting a pep rally to celebrate the end of fall season sports. In order to...

Twelve years since the last induction ceremony, the Cavalier Hall of Fame, a Gables tradition, has been revived by FOGH with a ceremony on Nov. 5.
Cavalier Hall of Fame Welcomes New Inductees
Isabel Donner, Copy Editor • November 9, 2021

Over the span of its 71 years, Coral Gables Senior High has produced alumni successful in careers ranging from authors to physical therapists....

Gables students can now choose whether or not to wear a mask in school.
Masks Made Optional in MDCPS
Audrey Lezcano, Copy Editor • November 7, 2021

Nine weeks since school has been fully in person with all students wearing masks indoors, Superintendent Alberto Carvalho made an announcement...

Florida Standards Assessments and Common Core Standards are being eliminated and replaced by Florida Assessment of Student Thinking and Benchmarks for Excellent Student Thinking by 2022-2023.
After Six Years, the Florida Statewide Assessments are Getting Replaced
Aaron Rojas, Staff Writer • October 15, 2021

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ executive order is moving towards replacing the Florida Standards Assessment...

COVID-19 cases continue to surge in Florida as MDCPS students return to campus for their in-person classes.
Summer Surge in COVID-19 Cases Comes Ahead of School Start
Daphne Renoux, Staff Writer • September 1, 2021

This summer was anxiously awaited by many as the state was opening back up after months of quarantining...

As Cavaliers return to in-person classes for the 2021-2022 school year, they are expected to comply with the MDCPS mask mandate.
Masks Mandated in Miami-Dade County Public Schools
Michael Evelyn, Staff Writer • August 27, 2021

As the start of the new school year neared, parents and students across Miami-Dade County wondered what...

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, California Representative Adam Schiffer and Kentucky Representative John Yarmuth discussing the Protecting Our Democracy Act.
House Democrats Move Forward In Limiting the U.S. President's Political Power
Aaron Rojas, Staff Writer • September 27, 2021

Democrats of the House of Representatives have introduced new legislation limiting any presidential exploits...

Category 4 Hurricane Ida hit the Gulf Coast on Sunday which caused flooding in the region as well as power outages for millions. Multiple casualties and millions in damage have already been reported.
Hurricane Ida Leaves Louisiana Without Power
Laura Ridoux, Staff Writer • September 5, 2021

Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana as a Category 4 on the same day that Category 5 Hurricane Katrina...

A possible HIV vaccine, advancements in treatment for dementia and Guy Fieris relief fund for workers are all among the positive stories of the week.
Top 3 Positive News Recap
Mia Cabrera, Staff Writer • April 25, 2021

  In a world flooding with media coverage of global events, there tend to be many positive news...

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