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How to Walk Right

How to Walk Right

Alexander Yagoda, Opinion Editor

October 30, 2018


Filed under Humorous Commentary, Opinion

Getting around school can be tough. So tough, in fact, that people walk all over the place, trying to take the shortest route to their destination. Instead of this silly willy-nilly approach to traversing the school, how about something better? Take these words with a grain of salt if you wish, but the...

Putin’s New Puppet

Putin’s New Puppet

Patrick Ales, Staff Writer

October 28, 2018


Filed under International Issues, Opinion

Russian aggression towards their former satellite nations and complete disregard for international law has reached a climax with the newest conflict in the Kerch Strait. Russian naval vessels opened fire on three Ukrainian ships off the coast of Crimea, injuring three to six crew members. The seizure...

Migrant Caravan: Send it Back?

Migrant Caravan: Send it Back?

Pablo Hanono, Lifestyle Editor

October 26, 2018


Filed under Domestic Affairs, International Issues, Opinion

Looking past the Rio Grande on the southern border of the country lies a mosaic of similar countries that share common bonds with the United States. In spite of these ties, a crisis has emerged: a group of seven thousand migrants is marching towards the U.S.-Mexico border demanding entry. The caravan...

McGregor vs Khabib Goes Beyond the Octagon

McGregor vs Khabib Goes Beyond the Octagon

Patrick Ales, Staff Writer

October 11, 2018


Filed under Domestic Affairs, Opinion

The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), under the leadership of CEO Dana White, is slowly becoming one of the most popular sports brands in the world. At the center of this steady rise is quite possibly the biggest attraction in all of the sports, Irishman Conor McGregor. The outspoken fighter is no...

Activism or Propaganda?

Activism or Propaganda?

Patrick Ales, Staff Writer

October 8, 2018


Filed under Domestic Affairs, Opinion, Top Stories

There is no aspect of society that is immune to political agendas, especially when it comes to artistic expression. The film industry has long been influenced by politics, whether it be as subtle as a director's personal views or outright government propaganda. Many films fall in a middle ground, one...

Breaded Inflation? I Bagel to Differ

Breaded Inflation? I Bagel to Differ

Thomas Harley, Copy Editor

September 28, 2018


Filed under Humorous Commentary, Opinion, Top Stories

You all know it. You all love it. The luscious bread that breaches your lips every morning for the small cost of two dollars. The bagels that Student Activities sell every morning are such an excellent food source. They are a burst of energy in the form of a breaded torus that so many students rely...

Salt Bae Leaves Venezuelans Salty

Salt Bae Leaves Venezuelans Salty

Daniela Parra Del Riego, Staff Writer

September 28, 2018


Filed under International Issues, Opinion

  Salt Bae was an internet sensation; the video of him seasoning meat turned him into an instantly recognizable meme. Nusret Gökçe (his real name) is a chef from Turkey, who after being forgotten by the Internet, began to focus on his own chain of restaurants in cities like Ankara, New ...

Nice, Nike

Nice, Nike

Alexander Yagoda, Opinion Editor

September 20, 2018


Filed under Domestic Affairs, Opinion, Top Stories

The mass kneeling of football players during the national anthem is old news, but with a little bit of privatized interference, the issue is back in the spotlight. For those unaware, prior to a football game in Sept. 2016, Colin Kaepernick, then the quarterback for the San Fransisco 49ers, opted to kneel...

The Age of Accountability

The Age of Accountability

Patrick Ales, Staff Writer

September 19, 2018


Filed under Domestic Affairs, Opinion, Top Stories

It is fair to say that public officials get held to a higher standard than the average citizen; they are elected or appointed to serve the best interests of the people and should act accordingly. Making the distinction between how a certain action is seen when committed by a public official or a private...

The Death of Cable Television

The Death of Cable Television

Pablo Hanono, Staff Writer

September 18, 2018


Filed under Domestic Affairs, Opinion

This past Monday, the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony took place in the glittering Microsoft Theater. Hollywood stars anxiously poured in to see if they would take home the gold. The night proved to be shocking, with Amazon and Netflix shows taking home the majority of the awards given. This occurrence...

Sixty-Eight Years Strong – What Gables Has to Offer

Sixty-Eight Years Strong – What Gables Has to Offer

Chase Bagnall-Koger, News Editor

September 17, 2018


Filed under Domestic Affairs, Opinion, Top Stories

Coral Gables Senior High is one of the oldest high schools in Miami and has been an icon of Coral Gables since it opened its doors in 1950.  Recently, in order to revitalize the historic school's appearance, renovation plans were drafted to completely demolish and reconstruct two of the oldest buildings o...

Did Serena Williams Lose the Grand Slam Because of Sexist Penalties?

Did Serena Williams Lose the Grand Slam Because of Sexist Penalties?

Maia Berthier, Staff Writer

September 13, 2018


Filed under Domestic Affairs, Opinion

Saturday, Sep. 8, Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka faced off for the Grand Slam Final of the U.S. Open Singles Match. Osaka won in straight sets, 6-2 6-4, and gained her first Grand Slam singles win. During the game, Williams was given three warnings, one for receiving a signal from her coach in the stands...

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