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The student news site of Coral Gables Senior High School

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The student news site of Coral Gables Senior High School

CavsConnect

All students are granted the opportunity to take the PSAT every October and review for the actual SAT exam.

Hosted Annually at Gables, the PSAT Makes Its Return

Andres Rodriguez, Sports Editor Oct 21, 2022

Overflowing with concerns about high school, college and beyond, millions of students nationwide rely on test scores to impress on college applications. Targeting juniors and sophomores, the Preliminary...

Hurrican Fiona devastated Puerto Rico as the largest storm to hit the territory since 2017.

Hurricane Fiona Leaves Puerto Rico In Flooded Ruins

Anthony Fajardo, Staff Writer Oct 14, 2022

Recently hit by a hurricane, the island of Puerto Rico has been left in a state of destruction for the past few days. Hurricane Fiona was the first large-scale hurricane to hit the area since Hurricane...

A depiction of how detrimental the flooding to some areas of Florida was.

Hurricane Ian Impacts Floridians

Avril Donner, Staff Writer Oct 7, 2022

Winds, rain and storm surges caused by Hurricane Ian have left sections of Cuba, Florida and the Carolinas almost unrecognizable. Being the ninth tropical storm of the 2022 season, Hurricane Ian formed...

Mia McLean (la de la izquierda) se preocupa por completar la FAFSA del año pasado. Mientras que Isabel Dasilva (la de la derecha) llena la FAFSA de este año con facilidad.

Congress Updates FAFSA to Increase Student Eligibility

Maria Odio, Features Editor Sep 28, 2022

As senior Cavaliers apply for college and look to find ways to pay the expenses for their higher education, many fill out the Free Application for Federal Financial Aid. An extensive application that is...

The White House proposes and approves a new student loan  forgiveness plan on Aug. 24.

White House Wipes Away Student Loan Debt

Joseph Abrahantes, Staff Writer Sep 15, 2022

For many years, college graduates have been expressing their concern about the state of student loan debt. Racking upwards of $30,000 in debt, in many cases, teenagers may be paying off the money well...

As the Congressional Committees Jan. 6 hearings come to a pause, Trump faces new criminal accusations.

Donald Trump Faces Criminal Accusations During the Jan. 6 Hearings

Lorena Acevedo, Staff Writer Sep 1, 2022

Charged with wire fraud, witness tampering, seditious conspiracy and corruptly trying to stop an official proceeding of Congress, former United States president Donald Trump currently faces criminal accusations...

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has now passed a bill allowing veterans to become educators without a full degree.

Do Veterans Belong in Classrooms? DeSantis Says Yes

Aaron Rojas, Staff Writer Aug 30, 2022

While most school districts reopened their doors this month, the United States faces a nationwide crisis as states struggle to supply and retain their teachers during growing shortages. In response to...

As school is beginning, many wonder the toll monkeypox will have.

Monkeypox in Schools: Should We Be Worried?

Emma Rivera, Staff Writer Aug 22, 2022

Despite concerns over the monkeypox virus, Miami-Dade County Public Schools students are returning to school according to schedule. The public health emergency has generated concerns that the virus might...

As the awareness for climate change grows, sophomore Keith Hernandez takes action.

A Generation of Debates: Climate Change is One Step Further to Resolution

Aaron Rojas, Staff Writer Aug 22, 2022

During a visit to Somerset, Mass., the Biden-Harris Administration unveiled a $2.3 billion plan and executive steps to address the ongoing climate crisis in the United States. Although the climate issues...

As the Russian-Ukraine War continues over in Eastern Europe, so does technological warfare continues rising between the U.S. and Russia.

Cyberattacks on the Rise Amidst the Russia-Ukraine War

Aaron Rojas, Staff Writer Apr 10, 2022

As countries allied with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and other members of the European Union continue to add stricter sanctions on Russia, Russian-state news outlets have covered a different...

Recently bought by the New York Times,  doing the daily Wordle has added a step to the morning routines of many.

Wordle: Taking the World by Brainstorm

Lenny Roque, Staff Writer Feb 19, 2022

Amassing over hundreds of thousands of players, a five letter word game has become an internet sensation in the span of only a few weeks. The game is simple: players have six tries to guess a five letter...

In a recent strike on Feb. 3, the leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria was killed by United States forces.

ISIS Leader Taken Down in Syria

Laura Ridoux, Managing Editor Feb 13, 2022

Decades of attempts to take down the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria have now culminated in its leader being eliminated during a United States raid last week. Executed in northwestern Syria, the Feb. 2...

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