I was the youngest person at the first 2020 Presidential Debate

I was the youngest person at the first 2020 Presidential Debate

Aya Hamza, Insight Editor

October 11, 2019

Since the seventh grade, my father and I have watched every presidential debate together, supplemented by all the Saturday Night Live parodies, of course. Growing up as an Iraqi-American, I have always gravitated towards the male-occupied side of the room where controversial takes on politics were ping-pon...

2020 presidential election list continues to grow

2020 presidential election list continues to grow

Natalia Pallas, highlights contributor

March 22, 2019

With presidential elections only a year away, many Democrats have come up to announce their running in the 2020 presidential race in hopes of denying President Donald Trump a second term. What may seem as one of the longest lists of liberal candidates running — 14 declared and dozens considering a campai...

Did Someone Say Election?

Did Someone Say Election?

Jefrany D'catry, Staff Writer

October 7, 2018

Everyone wants their voice to be heard and used to bring about positive change in their high school. As a way to express their voice, students run in class government elections for a position they feel suits them the most. Those running make posters and flyers in the hopes of showcasing who they are...

Trump Dismisses CIA Claims

Donald Trump adresses his supporters in Fayetteville, North Carolina after his victory.

Mia Galex, Staff Writer

December 21, 2016

The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has conducted an assessment confirming Russia orchestrated the hacking of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) to help president-elect Donald Trump win the election. These accusations have not only prompted President Obama to investigate the alleged Russian hacking,...

Anti-Trump Protests

Protests in Downtown Miami were made up of thousands of people.

Brianna Valdes, Staff Writer

November 21, 2016

This past weekend Anti-Trump protesters took to the streets of their cities in light of the past election. Protests have reached their fifth day in cities like Los Angeles and Portland. Even in Miami, Clinton supporters went to Downtown and even stopped traffic on major expressways. These protests ...

Will There Be A “Colder” War?

A piece of propaganda from the cold war.

Alexander Yagoda, Staff Writer

November 20, 2016

For the majority of  the twentieth century, the possibility of an all-out nuclear war with Russia was one of America's most pressing issues. Now with the current situation in Syria, the United States is closer to entering a new Cold War than most might think. In Syria, the U.S. backed rebels are fighting...

And The Winner Is… Donald Trump

Soon to be President, Donald Trump accepts his victory!

Mia Galex, Staff Writer

November 10, 2016

On Tuesday, Nov. 8., Republican Donald J. Trump was elected 45th president of the United States.  However, the outcome of the election was completely unexpected, leaving millions of Americans shocked and wondering how the country could instantly change forever.  The 2016 election has been the most...

Hispanic Voters: The “Trump” Card in This Election

This 2016 presidential election will be the one with the most ethnically and racially diverse voters.

Mia Galex, Staff Writer

November 9, 2016

Hispanics are the largest growing ethnic group in the United States. The hispanic population has increased 43 percent between 2000 and 2010, and as of 2014, 17 percent of the U.S., or 55 million people, classify as Latino.  These increasing demographics are bound to have a large impact on the election...

Nikita Leus-Oliva Is With Her

Nikita hard at work, covering six shifts over the course of two days for the campaign.

Emily Simon, Staff Writer

October 12, 2016

There is a constant buzz about this year's presidential candidates. Everyone feels compelled to share their two cents. Nikita Leus-Oliva is a sophomore who felt she should take her ideas one step further and not just talk about this year's election; she volunteers as a fellow for the Hillary Clinton...

Cast Your Vote

Amid dwindling voter turnout, why should you go out to vote?

Sophie Feinberg, Editor

March 26, 2016

With the Florida Primary behind us, Florida voters are left with feelings of political pressure. Candidates from both parties were making Florida visits, as Florida was a crucial state to win; in this case, the winner takes all the delegates. Having just turned 18, I experienced the polls for the...

Florida Primary

Trump supporters were found on voting day in front of Gables and refused to leave when asked to by security.

Olivia Pelaez, Staff Writer

March 18, 2016

On March 15,  five states and one U.S. territory voted in the primaries, including Florida. Florida is the most important state for republicans in these primaries as it has 99 delegates and winner-takes-all. Trump won with 45.8 percent of the votes in Florida, while Hillary won with 64.5 percent....

2016 General Election Results

Officer-elects Albany Muria, Lane Morris, and Bhargavi Pochi pose with electorate member Kelsy Pacheco.

Howard Senior, Incumbent Secretary of State

January 31, 2016

2016-2017 Student Council Albany Muria, President A rising International Baccalaureate senior, Albany Muria had been involved even before she endeavored to assume the mantle of Student Activities's highest office, participating as an active member of the cross country team in addition to being ...

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