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The Miami Open starts on March 22nd and ends on April 4th. With changes coming as a result of COVID-19, the tournament was forced to adapt for the safety of their fans and athletes

Miami Open 2021 Changes Due to COVID-19

Michael Evelyn, Staff Writer March 28, 2021

The Miami Open is one of the most popular professional tennis tournaments in the world. With the unique location of Miami and the wonderful site the tournament is held at, it is hard to miss. Because of...

COVID-19 Vaccine Updates

COVID-19 Vaccine Updates

Lisbeth Arrieta, CavsTV Staff March 21, 2021

With President Biden saying all Americans will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine by May 1st, the end of the pandemic seems near. Eligibility to receive the vaccine has been expanding in some...

The Gablettes are here pictured the day of their regional competitions before they won two first-place awards.

Gablettes Win First Place at Regionals

Audrey Lezcano, Staff Writer March 14, 2021

Coral Gables Senior High’s dance team, the Gablettes, recently went toe-to-toe with rival school dance groups from throughout the region in the National Dance Alliance competition. They competed in the...

Cuomo Faces Sexual Harassment Allegations

Cuomo Faces Sexual Harassment Allegations

Lisbeth Arrieta, CavsTV Staff March 6, 2021

Governor Cuomo, after months of being a prominent leader during the coronavirus pandemic, has allegedly been accused of sexual misconduct in the workplace. This scandal came to light after Lindsey Boylan...

Many students at Gables have a heavy workload from a variety of rigorous courses and this online setting, that has never been experienced before, is affecting all of us.

CollegeBoard Makes Unjust Decisions for AP Testing

Ingrid Moises, Staff Writer March 2, 2021

From start to finish, standardized testing is always the biggest focus in a student’s academic career. These tests are consistently seen as a way to measure our learning, academic ability and capabilities...

An insight on the winners of the PTSA Covid-19 Essay Contest winners

Telling Their COVID-19 Stories: Samantha Correa, Kaileigh Guin and Leah Ullman

Ariana Alvarez, Staff Writer February 25, 2021

The Coral Gables High School PTSA recently held a COVID-19 essay contest where students could submit their own piece of writing in which they express their quarantine experiences. While each submission...

Despite a disappointing end to the 2020-2021 basketball season, the team has seen remarkable success during this unusual season.

Cavalier Basketball Team Sees Season-Long Success

Chase Bagnall-Koger, Co-Editor-in-Chief February 21, 2021

When Miami became a national epicenter of COVID-19 in summer 2020, it was hard to imagine that high school sports seasons would resume in the upcoming school year with any semblance of normalcy. But as...

The 7th period class, with Mr. Molina in the center back, poses with their shoes on a

Crocs Make a Comeback with Cavalier “Crocs Fridays”

Chase Bagnall-Koger, Co-Editor-In-Chief February 16, 2021

The chalkboard-covered walls of Mr. Molina’s Biology classroom, filled with colorful signatures of former students, have seen a lot over the years. Room 2207 has been the site of countless experiments,...

Valentine’s Day is the perfect day in the year to spend time with those who hold the key to your heart!

Celebrating COVID’S First Valentine’s Day

Ingrid Moises, Staff Writer February 10, 2021

In this past year, many things have been altered a substantial amount in everyone’s lives. Many people have missed out on spending special moments with their families, friends, and significant others....

This preseason has started off in the midst of the pandemic, yet it has been exciting with notable rookies such as LoMelo Ball and Isaac Okoro

NBA’s Preseason Brings Hope for the New Year

Patrick Heydasch, Staff Writer February 6, 2021

Since the end of the National Basketball Association 2019-2020 season, fans have wondered how the NBA will return to the regular session without the use of a “bubble”, which was used in the ladder-half...

As COVID-19 vaccines roll out across the US, Joe Biden is said to be thinking about mobilizing FEMA along with the National Guard to expedite the process.

Governor DeSantis Criticizes Biden’s Vaccine Plan

Massimo Aguila, CavsConnect Staff January 29, 2021

With the United States surpassing 400,000 Coronavirus deaths, the threat of the pandemic still looms large. While Florida leads the U.S. in COVID-19 variants, Governor Ron DeSantis has criticized Joe Biden’s...

Distribution of COVID-19 vaccines to the general public will most likely begin by May or June 2021.

COVID-19 Vaccine: The Start of Distribution

Audrey Lezcano, Staff Writer January 27, 2021

It has been nearly a year since the COVID-19 pandemic swept the planet, and now a vaccine is available. The Centers for Disease Control developed the plan Operation Warp Speed to distribute the vaccines...

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