First Day of School: Students Return for Physical Classes

Students chat outside the Gables campus on Oct. 9, wearing masks on their first day back to school.

Massimo Aguila, Staff Writer

October 17, 2020

  Oct. 7 was the first day in the transition back to the classroom for students who chose to attend physically, with freshmen and sophomores returning first. Juniors and seniors joined the underclassmen on Friday, Oct. 9, in order to split up the groups and ease students into using one-way ha...

Trump Continues to Downplay COVID-19 after Testing Positive

Even after contracting the deadly COVID-19 virus, Trump seems to still not understand that him downplaying it will only make the pandemic worse in the United States.

Mia Cabrera, Staff Writer

October 10, 2020

After news spread on Oct. 2 that President Trump had been infected with COVID-19, many were in shock that one of the few people adamant about the virus not being serious contracted it. With him experiencing the virus first hand, there were high hopes that he would begin to acknowledge the seriousness...

No Excuses: Sofia Rodriguez Dances On

Sophomore and Gablette, Sofia Rodriguez, has not allowed Covid-19 to get her way of doing what she loves, dancing.

Ariana Alvarez, Staff Writer

October 8, 2020

In these odd times when everything is constantly changing regarding schools and their activities, it is important to continue doing what makes you happy, just like Sofia Rodriguez. Sophomore and Gablette Sofia Rodriguez has been working hard to focus on what she is passionate about, dancing. Since dance...

Returning Back to School: Pros and Cons

Returning Back to School: Pros and Cons

Lisbeth Arrieta, CavsTV Staff

October 6, 2020

As we begin to shape our lives around COVID-19, schools are debating whether or not they should open back up for students, given the current state of the virus. However, most signs are pointing to the reopening of schools soon, so here are some pros and cons to take into consideration when deciding if...

Emergency MDCPS School Board Meeting Results in In-Person Learning Starting Oct. 5

The MDCPS emergency school board meeting on Sept. 29 resulted in the surprising announcement that in-person learning will be returning as soon as Oct. 5.

Massimo Aguila, Staff Writer

October 1, 2020

The Miami Dade County School Board held an emergency meeting on Sept. 29, following state pressures to open up schools on Oct. 5 instead of the previously determined Oct .14. The emergency meeting was held after Florida’s Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran’s request to open up schools on the...

CDC Removes COVID-19 Aerosol Transmission Guidelines

The Centers for Disease Control are under scrutiny after adding and removing guidelines regarding how COVID-19 spreads, as many wonder if President Trump influenced the abrupt changes.

Isabel Donner, Staff Writer

September 28, 2020

Last Friday, Sept. 18, the Centers for Disease Control added new information to CoronaVirus resources regarding the manner in which the virus spreads. However, just a few days later, on Sept. 21, the new guidelines were removed. This led many to wonder why they were taken off the website and if President...

Halloween 2020: Will We Be Ghosted?

In the midst of a pandemic, Halloween 2020 may look very different from previous years.

Mia Cabrera, Staff Writer

September 27, 2020

Halloween has been the topic of discussion recently, with many debating whether or not it should be celebrated. As the holiday season nears, so does the one year mark of the first reported Covid-19 case. Although the case numbers are steadily decreasing, Covid-19 remains a prevalent issue, scaring many...

Living with COVID

Although many think the worst of this pandemic is over, Covid-19 is still affecting those in this community. Mrs. Monzon shares her personal experience of living with Covid.

Sofia Cruz, News Editor

September 24, 2020

For many, COVID-19 is seen as something distant that will only affect others but never come too close to oneself. Unfortunately, as more people continue to contract the virus, they are left to face it's often devastating side effects. It is time for the public to realize that this illness does not discriminate,...

Will Sports Return During Phase Two of Reentry?

The 2019-2020 Gables track team warms up after school on the track for practice before coronavirus forced them to end their season early.

Audrey Simon, Staff Writer

September 22, 2020

During phase one of the reentry of school, Coral Gables Senior High School sports teams have not been given the chance to practice for their fall seasons due to the risk of spreading COVID-19. However, Miami-Dade public schools are now moving into phase two which would allow students to return to campus...

Theaters With a Twist: Movie Theater Alternatives in Miami

Popcorn, soda, & tickets isolated on white with clipping path

Arianna Hoyos, Staff Writer

September 21, 2020

Social distancing has become the new norm all across the globe due to the highly contagious and widespread Coronavirus. With the phrase “six feet apart” being prevalent in 2020 lingo, it is difficult to enjoy the basic entertainment that was a large part of our routine social lives. Activities such...

President Trump Admits to Downplaying Covid-19 Numbers

President Trump's response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been one of the most highly criticized points of his presidency, especially following newly released evidence that he may have downplayed its severity.

Isabel Donner, Staff Writer

September 21, 2020

Since the first case of Coronavirus was confirmed in the United States, President Trump has been criticized for being dismissive of the facts surrounding the virus. Last Wednesday, Sept. 9, it was revealed that he had admitted to intentionally downplaying the magnitude of the pandemic sweeping the nation...

The Miami Heat Blazing Past Their Postseason Opponents

The Miami Heat have stunned the entire league with them breezing past the first two rounds of the postseason and facing the Celtics up next in the Eastern Conference Finals

Japheth Oyedepo, Staff Writer

September 16, 2020

COVID-19 has forced us to consider many new ways to approach facets of our daily lives, and this especially true in the sports field. One of the more public innovations is the Bubble of the National Basketball Association, which erases any sense of a home court atmosphere for each individual team. The...

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