The student news site of Coral Gables Senior High School


The student news site of Coral Gables Senior High School


The student news site of Coral Gables Senior High School


TikTok has become a highly influential form of entertainment for teens across the country.

Influencial App “TikTok” Faces Potential Ban

Gracie Luzarraga, Staff Writer May 2, 2024

TikTok, the app where individuals share brief recordings for fun, could be confronting a ban in a few places the circumstance with respect to a TikTok boycott within the Joined together States  was...

Orlando Capote gazes around his former neighborhood now being covered in a massive Plaza. Not giving up, Orlando doesnt let the construction stop him from keeping his home.

Coral Gables Resident Refuses to Sell His Home

Santiago Rodriguez, Staff Writer Mar 12, 2024

Across Ponce de Leon, The Plaza Coral Gables is currently projecting its luxury stores and grand Loews hotel. However, upon closer examination of this massive property, right in the center you will find...

French women protested that abortion was their constitutional right, stating that they wanted freedom over their own bodies.

France’s President Macron Declares Abortion a Constitutional Right

Kate Kuryla, Staffwriter Mar 7, 2024

Though abortion had been a legal right for women in France since 1975, the positive vote by a majority of France’s parliament on March 8 confirmed it as a constitutional right. French President Emmanuel...

Residents have noticed a juxtaposition in their neighborhood of West Grove. A clear display of gentrification, traditional Bahamian houses and their next-door Sugar Cube townhouses.

Roots and Results of West Grove’s Gentrification

Barbara Teixeira, Staff Writer Mar 2, 2024

Gentrification, throughout time, has seen poor urban areas changed as wealthier people have moved in, improving housing and attracting new businesses, but displacing native inhabitants in the process....

Capturing an image of an optical-illusion art booth at The 60th Annual Coconut Grove Art Festival, visitors enjoy the last day of a weekend full of art, entertainment and good food.

Coconut Grove Hosts Their 60th Annual Art Festival

Barbara Teixeira, Staff Writer Feb 29, 2024

The first annual Coconut Grove Art Festival was created by Charlie Cinnamon and took place in 1963. 60 years later it celebrated its continuous success over Presidents Day weekend, from Feb. 17 to 19....

The trial against the city of Miami took place at the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

City of Miami Faces Racial Gerrymandering Trial

Yara Korse, Staff Writer Feb 15, 2024

For the second time since 2022, racial gerrymandering, the process where a government draws district lines to lessen the influence of racial minorities in the voting process, has been legally contested...

Green algae prevents sunlight from reaching the ocean floor, killing aquatic plants responsible for feeding fish populations.

Miami Dade’s Innovation Challenge Invests in the Damaged Ecosystem

Luke Savage, Staff Writer Jan 30, 2024

As Floridian ecosystems become increasingly threatened by toxic algae invading the coastline, symptoms of warming oceans and environmental apathy wash up on Miami's beaches. Miami Dade County, with the...

While Epstein owned a private island in the Caribbean known as Little St. James, it earned the nickname Pedophile Island due to the disturbing allegations surrounding his activities there.

Unveiling the Dark Legacy of Jeffrey Epstein

Gabriela Vega, Staff Writer Jan 26, 2024

The name Jeffrey Epstein has become synonymous with scandal and conspiracy. Born in 1953, Epstein was a financier and convicted sex offender whose life and faults have left a lasting mark on history....

With her disturbing case having left a mark on many back in 2015, Gypsy Rose Blanchard has been released from prison after having served 8 years, initializing a new period of her life.

Gypsy Rose Blanchard’s Recent Release From Prison

Elyse Harris and Joseph Abrahantes Jan 20, 2024

After pleading guilty to second-degree murder of the killing of her mother in 2015, Gypsy Rose Blanchard has been let out of prison. On Dec. 28, after 8 years of serving time, Blanchard was officially...

Struggling to cope with the FAFSA error, student fill out their applications in hope of receiving aid for the 2024-2025 school year.

FAFSA Error Reduces Financial Aid in the 2024-2025 School Year

Kate Kuryla, Staff Writer Jan 8, 2024

Since 1992, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid form has been available to all students seeking college-related financial assistance. Throughout the United States, the FAFSA has become a potential...

Shoppers during Black Friday were able to look for deals at the comfort of their homes. Even after already buying an item, consumers are lured by the low prices to continue shopping.

The Adaptive Approach of Seasonal Splurging

Santiago Rodriguez, Staff Writer Dec 6, 2023

As the holiday season quickly approaches, consumers look toward shopping as their savior. With the pressure of gift giving and material indulgence combined, shopping skyrockets. However, Black Friday no...

High school students work several hours a week, very commonly at Publix, while they deal with the pressure of school work.

Florida’s House Bill 49 Reforms Child Labor Laws

Elyse Harris, Staff Writer Oct 20, 2023

In the past two years, there has been a recurring trend among states to loosen child labor protections by resurrecting old-fashioned child labor laws. In September 2023, Florida became the 16th state to...

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