Carole Baskin Killed her Husband, Whacked Him

Tiger King was released on March 20 and has already surpassed 30 million views.

Allison Cajina, Staff Writer

May 16, 2020

As every American knows, Florida is infamous for its' questionable news headlines. Every day, you hear "Florida Man..." this or "Florida Man..." that, but ever since Netflix released "Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness", it is safe to say that Don Lewi's "disappearance" is the cherry on top of Florida's...

Ramadan in Quarantine: the Worst Type of Hangry

Ramadan is a holy month in Islam spent self-reflecting. This year, it is spent in self-quarantine.

Jana Faour, Reviews and Copy Editor

May 5, 2020

After the first week of self-quarantine, it became clear that the only thing to look forward to daily was snack breaks. 48 days in, nothing has changed. However, as if the luck of humanity has not already been tested and impaired during this pandemic, the universe decided to tally another responsibility...

The Star Spangled Banner: A Compilation of the Worst Performances in History

After the recent performance failure of Chaka Khan in the 2020 NBA All-Star game, it would be out of line to not rank it as one of the worst national anthem performances in history.

Anthony Russo, Staff Writer

February 24, 2020

You have a day off and plan to spend it the right way by going to a sporting event. You go online and purchase tickets to the event of your choosing and sit through hours of traffic and lines and once it's finally your turn to scan your ticket to get in, you realize your phone provider is T-Mobile and...

How To Spend Valentine’s Day Alone

There is nothing like the color red paired with a black and white photo to easily identify a Valentine's Day related piece of media.

Alexander Yagoda, Co Editor in Chief

February 14, 2020

The sun is shining, birds are chirping, and you're alone in your room? Yup, it's that time of year. Valentine's Day is here, but your date isn't. Whether you've been stood up, rejected, dumped, or dunked into a trash bin in the middle of a crowded room, you're going to be alone this Valentine's Day,...

Gables’ Bee Infestation

In recent weeks, a swarm of bees has taken over Gables' pavilion. Their appearance has caused a commotion among students, who are unsure of how to respond to the delicate situation.

Sofia Cruz, Staff Writer

December 28, 2019

Lately, there has been a lot of buzz at Gables surrounding the newest unintentional addition to our school. A swarm of bees has taken over the Pavilion, monopolizing the lunch area. The insects have generated a lot of talk as students wonder what they are even doing here in the first place and where...

Baby Yoda vs. Baby Groot: Survival of the Cutest

With that adorable little face there is not even a competition against baby Yoda.

Audrey Simon and Allegra Sharp

December 18, 2019

Disney+ has become an insanely popular streaming service with millions creating subscriptions to watch all of their favorite Disney TV shows and movies. In addition to all of their nostalgic content,  Disney has now created multiple original series, one of them being The Mandalorian. This news Star War...

Baby Boomers and Their Wounded Egos

Audrey Simon and Annabella Rivera

November 16, 2019

In the past several weeks, the phrase "ok, boomer" has become prominent on nearly every Generation Z social media platform. Used as a "clap-back" of sorts in arguments, "ok, boomer" is essentially meant to point out the mindset prevalent in baby boomers. Boomers argue that this is the highest of insults,...

Pioneering Culinary Creations: Pop-Tarts

Pop-Tarts are revolutionizing breakfast once again.

Natalia Rodriguez and Alexander Yagoda

April 4, 2019

Pop-Tarts have long held an uncontested niche in American snack and breakfast markets as the sole toaster pastry to have stood the test of time. Why Pop-Tarts, specifically, though? Toaster Strudels have been considered just as good in some respects, but no one would recognize it in a lineup. This is...

Some Things Do Not Need Saving

Hello darkness my old friend.

Natalia Rodriguez, Reviews Editor

March 18, 2019

6 o'clock in the morning. The ring of my alarm echoes throughout my room, "gently" waking me up so I can get ready for school. As I get out of bed, I walk towards the window, eager to see the beautiful pink and purple hues of a sunrise, an idyllic image that makes starting the day a little more enjoyable....

Pretty Clear to Me

Appreciate the little things in life, like glass.

February 23, 2019

Nowadays it's easy to get lost in the myriad of new "gadgets" and technologies that are constantly being developed, each one seemingly more impressive than the next. Rather than getting caught up reviewing the latest trends, I chose to take a step back and review something that would not become obsolete...

For the Love of Reich

Mr. Reich in his ultimate form,

Patrick Ales and Natalia Rodriguez

December 28, 2018

It took all of ten minutes on the first day of school for students to realize that Mr. Reich would become an adored member of the English Department. Maybe it was the fact that he was as new to the school as the freshman he taught, or maybe it was the plasma ball sitting on his desk. Either way, ...

Pumpkin Spice Makes Everything Nice

Live. Love. Pumpkin spice.

Natalia Rodriguez, Reviews Editor

November 12, 2018

America has long been known for its rich cultural history built upon years and years of tradition and values. While several traditions are considered to be unique to the American people, the true heart and soul of America's cultural heritage occurs in the fall: the Thanksgiving holiday, but more importantly,...

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