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No More Mundane Mondays!

No More Mundane Mondays!

Mark Snyder, Staff Writer

August 24, 2018

About three days ago, school district 27J in Colorado moved to a four-day school week, canceling school on Mondays. It is estimated that they will save around one million dollars per year for cost reductions in utilities, school buses and substitute teachers. Additionally, they intend to add a counselor...

Miami-Dade Regional Office Visits Gables

Miami-Dade Regional Office Visits Gables

Maria F. Estrada, Co-Editor-in-Chief

December 1, 2017

In honor of the recently selected Teacher of the Year, Ms.Carranza, the Miami-Dade County Central Regional Office visited our campus on Dec.1 to evaluate Ms.Carranza's teaching style and interview her before a panel of judges. The purpose behind the interview is to consider Ms.Carranza as a possible Teacher of the Year represe...

Columbus Beats Gables in Soccer Semifinals

Columbus Beats Gables in Soccer Semifinals

Nicolas Schmidt, Staff Writer

February 8, 2016

The Cavalier soccer team played in the District Semifinal at 5 p.m. on Jan. 20 against the Columbus Explorers. As the game began, some proud Gables students--who had gone all the way out to Columbus to watch--were excited about the game. The team made a few unpredictable mistakes that, unfortunately,...

Joshua Zambrano – District Runner-Up for Wrestling

Joshua Zambrano – District Runner-Up for Wrestling

Samantha Valero, Staff Writer

December 3, 2014

Much of you know all of the football players, all of the swimmers and baseball players, but the one group that people do not seem to know much of is the wrestlers. Joshua Zambrano is a junior in the IB (International Baccalaureate) program, is part of student activities as treasurer for the junior...

Cavaliers Stumble in One Point Rivalry Game

Cavaliers Stumble in One Point Rivalry Game

Samantha Valero- Staff Writer, Orestes Gonzalez, Rachel Hernando- Photographers

September 13, 2014

  On Friday, September 12, 2014, the Cavaliers put in a great effort against our rivals, the Columbus Explorers. The stands were packed - the Cavalier Nation was out in full force, with pom-poms left behind! This was the third and most important game of the season, and took place at Tropical park at 7:30 p.m. With an extremely close final score of 13-14, it is clear that the Cavaliers have some work to do.   "It was a far fought game on both sides. We had a couple issues executing our offense, and our defense played a hell of a game. When you lose a game like that, you can't tuck your head - keep your head up and move on to the n...

Through Thick and Thin: The Legend of the Girls Varsity Soccer Team

Through Thick and Thin: The Legend of the Girls Varsity Soccer Team

Gabrielle Saliamonas, Contributor

January 27, 2014

Imagine sweat dripping down the sides of your face and mud getting tossed and thrown all across your body as you sprint down the field. You had just received the ball and are creating a counter attack against the other team. Breathing heavily, yet at your up most concentration, you see in the very corner...

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