Miami’s Phase Two Reopening: Is it Worth It?

Indoor Dining is starting to come back as we approach Labor Day. This may lead to detrimental consequences such as a spike in cases.

Gabriela Moreira, Staff Writer

September 7, 2020

The past few months have been a stressful time for Floridians as we saw a spike in Coronavirus cases statewide which caused cities like Miami to become one of the global epicenters. Only recently have we been able to finally bring down the curve. Nevertheless, that does not mean precautions put in place...

Is Now the Time to Reopen Florida’s Beaches?

As Coronavirus continues to spread throughout the world, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has decided to let cities open up their beaches this past week.

Nataly Leiva, Staff Writer

May 3, 2020

On April 17, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis began reopening beaches and parks in Jacksonville as more states have decided to loosen restrictions enforced during this pandemic. DeSantis stated that Florida municipalities have the authority to open up its beaches as long as people practiced social distancing...

Florida’s West Coast Beaches

Cayo Costa State Park is perfect for those who want to disconnect from the modern world and simply connect with nature

Albany Muria, News Editor

April 20, 2016

On the opposite side of the infamous Miami Beach reside beautiful beaches with white, cold sand that are open for exploring. These beaches reside in small islands on the west coast of Florida. Many of which include Sanibel Beach, Cayo Costa State Park and Anna Maria Island. Anna Maria Island: Just an ho...

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