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


As of now, plans for the stadium on the grounds of Coral Gables Senior High have not been approved.

How Would the New University of Miami Stadium Impact Gables?

Maia Berthier, Co-Editor-In-Chief December 16, 2021

Everyone knows that having a community is critical to your development as a person. Growing up, I lacked a sense of self that no institution, friends, or organization could provide. As many teens are,...

It is about time that intersectionality amongst feminists becomes the new normal.

International Women’s Day: The Importance of Intersectionalism

Lauren Gregorio and Abigail Felan March 17, 2021

March 8 is a day designated to commemorate all women who have shattered gender barriers. More importantly, it re-emphasizes that women having the same opportunities as their male counterparts is not as...

Even with a pandemic, avid movie and TV show watchers got to binge incredible works. Yet, some of them have been shockingly snubbed from Golden Globe nominations. We must wonder, though, is it that shocking?

What Went Wrong with This Year’s Golden Globes Nominations?

Lauren Gregorio, Opinion Editor February 28, 2021

The Oscars and the Golden Globes are some of the most watched television programs where regular people get to have a taste of the Hollywood glitz and glamour while watching their favorite movies, TV shows...

Many Gifted students experience a lack of motivation stemming from their unique academic upbringing.

What are “Gifted and Talented” Students Really Gifted With?

Chase Bagnall-Koger and Maia Berthier February 23, 2021

Congratulations. You’re Gifted. ‘Gifted with what?’ you might ask. That is an excellent question—one that no one in the entire United States educational system seems to have a direct answer...

A cinematic masterpiece of a film has a looming message throughout it. What we saw almost 50 years ago feels too similar to what we saw in the year 2020.

The Trial of the Chicago 7: Is History Repeating Itself?

Lauren Gregorio, Opinion Editor December 2, 2020

The Bill of Rights in the United States Constitution allows the American people certain unalienable liberties that in no instance can be taken from them. However, that is not to say that sometimes these...

Dear Breonna Taylor: A Letter

Dear Breonna Taylor: A Letter

Lauren Gregorio, Opinion Editor October 3, 2020

Dear Breonna Taylor, I am appalled by the behavior that has been bestowed on your name. To give a little back story on her case for those of you reading, she was a phenomenal EMT working round the clock...

As schools begin to reopen, it is nearly impossible for teachers to get permission to work from home.

MDCPS Reopening: Students Have a Choice, Teachers Do Not

Maia Berthier, Editor-in-Chief September 28, 2020

I am angry. I am appalled that the livelihoods of our teachers, students and parents are just dollar signs for our state to bargain off and threaten to cut. I am outraged that the district and the state...

Throughout her entire life, Ruth Bader Ginsburg has fought for equality for women in every aspect.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: A Letter to an Icon

Lauren Gregorio and Maia Berthier September 27, 2020

Dear the Notorious Ruth Bader Ginsburg, We want to thank you. We want to thank you for being one of the most inspiring and influential women of the 20th and 21st centuries. Ever since we were little...

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