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Andrew Tate is finally removed from the online scene after misogynistic and harmful comments flood the most popular social networks.

Andrew Tate: Easy Come, Easy Go

Edgar Perez, Staff Writer September 5, 2022

Andrew Tate, former kickboxing champion and housemate in CBS’s 17th season of “Big Brother", took the world by storm during the summer of 2022. Tate’s absurd viewpoints on controversial topics such...

The new Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has created an uproar among the pro-choice community throughout the country.

Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade: A Monumentally Horrific Decision

Gabriela McGrath Moreira, Staff Writer August 30, 2022

The ultimate responsibility of the Supreme Court as an institution is to protect equal justice under the law. However, the Court recently overturned Roe v. Wade, indicating that it does not truly care...

This summer, Miami was announced as one of the 16 cities that will host the FIFA World Cup in 2026.

More Tourism or More Traffic: Miami Selected as Host City for World Cup 2026

Anthony Fajardo, Staff Writer August 30, 2022

With the 2022 World Cup just around the corner, the International Federation of Football Association has chosen the cities that will take part in the next World Cup four years from now. Among other notable...

Ms. Phillips resorts to displacing her fourth-period class to a classroom next door due to the lack of substitute teachers.

Are Exams Taking Over Classrooms?

Gabriela Vega, Staff Writer May 29, 2022

Remembering everyday class schedules takes time to get used to, but having a stable learning environment can help students adjust to having a daily routine. Students at Coral Gables Senior High are to...

French President Emmanuel Macron is going head to head with Marine Le Pen in a fierce fight over French elections.

French Elections: 2022 a Decisive Battle?

Daphne Renoux and Emmanuelle Desmet April 17, 2022

As of April 2022, there will be a new president in France, and, so far, the nation is tied between two candidates. Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron have had around the same rankings in surveys and tallies...

Recently, The Health Information Project was temporarily restricted from speaking about sexual health due to the implications of a an unjust bill famously known as Dont Say Gay.

HIP Controversy: Why is Sex Considered an Inappropriate Topic in Schools?

Gabriela McGrath Moreira, OverFlow Editor April 16, 2022

Often seen as an uncomfortable topic to talk about, sex can be polarizing and awkward, especially for teenagers. Fortunately, organizations like The Health Information Project aim to reduce the stigma...

The Florida House recently passed a bill restricting abortion to 15 weeks, consequently creating controversy over bodily autonomy and womens rights.

Abortion is a Human Right, Even if the Florida House Does Not Agree

Gabriela McGrath Moreira, OverFlow Editor April 11, 2022

Women's rights have come a long way, yet society still chooses to not grant people the right to make decisions about their own bodies. Recently, the Florida House passed a bill stating abortion is not...

Mental health is much more complex than what is seen in the media, and, though it tries to break the stigma, it might be doing more harm than good.

Mental Health Information and the Media: Do Both Coincide?

Angelina Morffi, Staff Writer April 6, 2022

Social media, over the course of a short period of time, has become a powerful source for learning from others, whether it is through infographics or well-crafted videos. A common discussion seen across...

While private school students have been permitted into the courthouse, public school attendees must suffer during the online mock trial.

Public v. Private: Injustice at Mock Trial Districts

Angelina Morffi, Staff Writer April 6, 2022

This year, the excitement of walking up to the judges will not be felt by Coral Gables Senior High’s mock trial team because district competitions will be conducted virtually. Attendees around the district...

The state of Florida is reversing the advancements made towards LGBTQ rights with a new bill denying the right to speak on matters pertaining the community.

Florida House Committee: “Don’t Say Gay” Bill

Jasmine Rizo, Staff Writer April 6, 2022

While the state of Florida is known to be the home of a diverse demographic, there has been a recent bill passed targeting the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer + community. The Parental Rights...

The Iowa Bill, along with Floridas Dont Say Gay bill, is yet another piece of legislation attempting to limit LGBTQ+ rights.

Homophobia and Transphobia on the Rise in Legislation: The Iowa Bill

Daphne Renoux, Staff Writer March 17, 2022

The United States has seen an uptick in homophobia and transphobia, particularly on the government’s end. Legislative houses across the nation have attempted, and sometimes succeeded, in passing bills...

Female athletes, those deemed unable to meet the same athletic caliber as male athletes, have had enough.

Misogyny in Sports: Women Proving They Can Do Anything “Like a Boy”

Audrey Lezcano, Staff Writer February 24, 2022

Aside from hamburgers and American arrogance, the United States’ affinity for sports is immense and one of the defining factors of our nation. Sunday night football games, the Super Bowl, the World Cup,...

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