Closing Credits: COVID-19’s Impact on Cinema

Onward, Pixar's latest flagship movie was anticipated to hit theaters on March 6. However, due to recent events, it has been put on Disney+.

Japheth Oyedepo, Staff Writer

April 14, 2020

The coronavirus has put many common activities on temporary hold, and going to the movies is one of them. Movies have not been immune in this crisis as the number of coronavirus cases surge and businesses all around the country take a punch to the gut. So how have many of the big-budget movies been dealing...

Corona Virus Attacks Miami-Dade County School Field Trips

Corona Virus Attacks Miami-Dade County School Field Trips

Ketty Dones, Staff Writer

March 17, 2020

South Florida school districts are preparing for the spread of the Coronavirus, COVID -19. The Coronavirus has officially reached Miami-Dade County, so Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS), has transitioned into online classes if to prevent the further spread of the disease. M-DCPS continues...

Cruising for Heroes: Royal Caribbean’s Good Deed

A Royal Caribbean ship out at sea.

Emma Garcia, Staff Writer

February 25, 2020

Not too long ago, Australia had a breakout of wildfires that severely affected the land, people and the animal population. Unfortunately, the fires are still continuing but, luckily, many first responders from Australia, the United States and many other countries have put their lives on the line to help...

Second Anniversary of Parkland School Shooting Brings Reminders of Gun Violence

The Parkland Shooting in Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is still relevant two years later as those affected remember the tragedy.

Sofia Cruz, Staff Writer

February 13, 2020

The second anniversary of the infamous Parkland school shooting is approaching, casting a shadow over the upcoming Valentine's Day. On Feb. 14 of 2018, gunshots were reported at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School when a former student initiated one of the deadliest mass shootings in the history ...

The City Beautiful Votes Against Bike Paths

The proposals of having bike paths in Coral Gables has stirred controversy within the local community, upsetting several Coral Gables residents.

Camryn Bagnall-Koger, Staff Writer

February 6, 2020

Coral Gables is known as one of the greenest and most environmentally friendly cities in South Florida, and the latest proposal to the Alhambra Street project could help cut down on emissions from cars by encouraging residents to ride bicycles instead. In 2004, city officials first proposed a bike path...

Miami Jewish Film Festival Impresses with Variety and Depth

The 23rd Annual Jewish Film Festival went on from Jan. 9 to 23.

Alexander Tabares, Staff Writer

February 3, 2020

The twenty-third annual Miami Jewish Film Festival just finished up after being held across Miami, in many different venues from Jan.9-23. They had a variety of films spanning multiple nations of origin, languages, subject matters, time periods and amount of acclaim. The festival has changed a few...

New Year, New MDCPS Bell Schedules

Miami-Dade County Public Schools has proposed two ideas of new bell schedules that hope to favor their students' well-being.

Nataly Leiva, Staff Writer

January 13, 2020

On the week of Jan.6, Miami-Dade County Public Schools announced how they would be having an opinion survey for their new suggested bell schedules. The district hoped to divise bell times that would accommodate the health needs of its students along with transportation adaptability. The current bell schedule are high s...

Santa’s Enchanted Forest Hosts its Very Last Event Before Closure

The annual Christmas-themed park,

Nataly Leiva, Staff Writer

January 12, 2020

After 37 years of being the first and largest Christmas themed amusement park in the world and the most "enchanted" place in Miami, Santa's Enchanted Forest has come to an end. Their $300,000 lease signed in 1992 ends this year on March 14. This week, Miami-Dade has been searching for those who are...

Art Basel and Art Miami 2019

Art Miami+Context included a variety of different works, such as this golden gorilla.

Maia Berthier, Opinion Editor

December 17, 2019

This past week of Dec. 2 to Dec.9, Miami residents and tourists alike gathered for the world renown week of art. Main exhibits such as Art Basel and Art Miami+Context attracted thousands of patrons each day. Everything and anything was incorporated into these exhibits—mirrors, TVs or miniature figurines,...

Hijacked UPS Truck Police Chase and Shootout Leaves Four Dead

Photos taken from the aftermath of the shootout and victim Frank Ordonez, taken hostage by armed robbers.

Annabella Rivera, Staff Writer

December 17, 2019

On Dec. 5, 2019, a police chase that ended in 4 casualties involving armed robbery suspects, Lamar Alexander and Ronnie Jerome Hill, both at the age of 41, began at a Coral Gables jewelry store on Miracle Mile and extended well into Miramar. "I remember that day I walked through Miracle Mile with...

Why You Should Join Relay for Life!

RFL Flyer to promote the event and create awareness.

Emma Garcia, Staff Writer

December 15, 2019

Relay for Life, a community-based fundraising event that raises money for cancer research and to support those battling cancer, will be held at Baptist Hospital (East Kendall) on March 14, 2020. The local chapter of this organization is part of a nation-wide effort to generate money for research on the...

The Importance of Bridge 4 Peace

Gables students pose at the 2019 B4P, whose proceeds were donated to to Oberts Al Mon, an organization which will use the money to construct a new school in Guatemala.

Ingrid Moises, Staff Writer

December 8, 2019

 Every year, the International Baccalaureate Honor Society (IBHS) hosts an event called Bridge 4 Peace (B4P). B4P is a philanthropic event that raises money for causes that help people in need. The International Baccalaureate (IB) community supports an international issue that will benefit the lives of ...

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