The return of the bees has created a lot of buzz on campus. The opinion is divided but one thing is true, they do not bee-hive.

Same Bees, New Bee-havior

Lenny Roque, Staff Writer November 13, 2021

You are waiting in line to get that sweet teriyaki chicken then going back to sit with your friends when, suddenly, there is buzzing all around. The students of Coral Gables Senior High have realized that...

From award winning rats to an increase in bee populations, this is the top four positive news recap

A Sprinkle of Optimism: Positive News Recap

Mia Cabrera, Staff Writer October 4, 2020

During these distressing times, sometimes just a single piece of good news can be enough to lift someone’s mood. Although it seems that every day a new piece of negative information is brought to light,...

A new treatment for breast cancer comes from a surprising source - modified bee venom.

A Sting That Is Sweet: Honeybee Venom Used to Treat Cancer

Leidi-Di Salcedo-Urena, Staff Writer September 26, 2020

Bees have contributed a lot to the ecosystem and to humanity itself; honey, pollination, biodiversity and more. They do so much for the planet and recently, bees have added a new contribution to their...

Gables’ Bee Infestation

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...

Bees have been added to the endangered species list for the first time in the history of the United States.

Save the Bees!

Natalia Rodriguez, Staff Writer October 16, 2016

Yes it is true: the bees are dying at an alarming rate. For the first time in the history of the United States, bees have found a spot on the endangered species list. As one of the most hardworking animals...

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