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Tiger At High School Prom – Cool or Cruel?

Tiger At High School Prom – Cool or Cruel?

Chase Bagnall-Koger, Staff Writer

May 18, 2018


Filed under Domestic Affairs, Opinion

Students attending Christopher Columbus High School’s "Welcome to the Jungle" themed prom were greeted with a surprise none of them could have predicted—a live tiger, pacing in its cage. Besides the tiger, the school also hosted a lemur, two macaws and an African fennec fox at the event, thus drawing...

Only Four Northern White Rhinos Remain

Only Four Northern White Rhinos Remain

John Hiaasen, Staff Writer

October 10, 2015


Filed under International Issues, News

In Africa, thousands of rhinoceros are being hunted down all for the keratin horn that grows from their heads, which is often used for decoration and is sometimes believed to cure illness. One subspecies of rhino, the northern white rhino, has been hunted down to near extinction; only four are left...

Rhinos on the Road to Extinction

Rhinos on the Road to Extinction

Cavan Wilson, Staff Writer

April 20, 2015


Filed under International & Domestic, News, Recent Stories

The human race has become a powerful force as time has passed. We have made astounding achievements in our quest to become the dominant species on Earth. Unfortunately, as we struggled to make our life more prosperous, others have suffered. The rhino is one of the many animals that has been affected...

Pro Chat: Zoologist Ron Magill

Pro Chat: Zoologist Ron Magill

Bhargavi Pochi, Opinion Editor

February 6, 2015


Filed under Alumni Center, Alumni Spotlights, Features

On Jan. 13, world renowned zoologist Ron Magill came to Gables as a guest speaker for a pro chat. Mr. Magill spoke to students about his career at Zoo Miami and his experiences with wildlife. Ron Magill has accomplished numerous feats like creating the largest Harpy Eagle center in the world in Panama...

Keep the Earth Diverse

Keep the Earth Diverse

Bhargavi Pochi, Staff Writer

August 24, 2014


Filed under Lifestyle

The Earth is home to billions of incredible organisms, ranging from massive mammals to creepy crawlers. Each year, thousands of new organisms are discovered around the world. However, 150-200 species go extinct in an estimated span of only 24 hours. Some people claim that the organisms dying out...

Exploring Zoo Miami

Exploring Zoo Miami

Saira Membreno, Vice President of Gables Live!

July 5, 2012


Filed under Recent Stories, The Place To Be

Completely delivering on their purpose to expand the appreciation of wild life, the Zoo Miami is a fascinating overall experience to share with family and friends. One has the chance to see and meet a variety of different animals and interact with them as well as to spending time with family and friends....

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