The student news site of Coral Gables Senior High School


The student news site of Coral Gables Senior High School


The student news site of Coral Gables Senior High School


Green algae prevents sunlight from reaching the ocean floor, killing aquatic plants responsible for feeding fish populations.

Miami Dade’s Innovation Challenge Invests in the Damaged Ecosystem

Luke Savage, Staff Writer Jan 30, 2024

As Floridian ecosystems become increasingly threatened by toxic algae invading the coastline, symptoms of warming oceans and environmental apathy wash up on Miami's beaches. Miami Dade County, with the...

The Green Team meets with the back kitchen staff to discuss eco-friendly alternatives for Gables.

Pushing for Change: The Green Team’s Impact on School Sustainability

Alicia Buddle and Valentina Gomez Dec 10, 2023

With an ambitious vision, the Parent Teacher Student Association Green Team has a collaboration uniting its efforts to turn Coral Gables Senior High into a more environmentally friendly school. With the...

Citizens are protesting as the Willow Project is passed into law.

The Willow Oil Project in Alaska Endangers the Wellbeing of Natives and the Environment

Jacqueline Rodero, Staff Writer Mar 16, 2023

A proposed oil project on American territory, Willow has grown to be the largest. It is anticipated to have a substantial impact on animal migration patterns, threaten the health of nearby populations...

Project Green competes in the Aspen Challenge and won the originality award for their idea.

Green Gables Gives New Life to Food Waste

Laura Ridoux and Samantha Gonzalez Feb 3, 2023

As a Florida Green School Designation, Coral Gables Senior High's students have always been invested in implementing eco-friendly projects on campus. Its newest addition involves composting, where bins...

Key Club Beach Cleanup

On Saturday, December 10th, the Coral Gables Senior High's Key Club held a beach cleanup at Bill Baggs State Park in Key Biscayne, Florida. Key Club is a community service initiative club, where members volunteer to better their community. We learn a little bit about the process with Park Ranger Shane Zigler and volunteers Caterina Nuonno and Lucia Rodenburg.
Sargassum seaweed overruns Miami beaches, threatening both Floridians and wildlife.

Seaweed Invades on Beach Fun in Miami

Joseph Abrahantes, Staff Writer Dec 14, 2022

This autumn season, clear, fresh Miami water may not be the only thing you see on the Sunshine State's beautiful beaches. Before attempting to enter the cool waters of the Atlantic coast, one must journey...

Through the Underline Project, the government and community of Miami plan to expand parks and create trails below the Miami Metrorail.

The Underline Project: A Step Closer to Bringing Miami Together

Anthony Fajardo, Staff Writer Nov 28, 2022

In an effort to solve the environmental problems in the city, the Miami community has come together and partnered with the Florida government and privately owned organizations to bring forth the expansion...

Members of the Garden Project paving the groundwork that leads to the new Butterfly Garden.

Going Green at Gables: Cavaliers Promote Sustainability

Arianna Hoyos Jan 19, 2022

Striving to promote sustainability and environmental awareness throughout Coral Gables Senior High, students have made large leaps towards creating a greener future. Brining people together to protect...

Co-founder of the Garden Project Lucia Chico instructing students on how the new garden will be built.

The Garden Project x Gables Earth: A Green Collab

Anthony Russo, Sports Editor Jan 2, 2022

Throughout the years, Coral Gables Senior High’s students have proven that they can face issues in the world by coming together and working towards creating a better future. In early December, Gables...

Since the 1960s, Black Friday has been promoting consumerism that can have severe environmental impacts.

Is the Beloved Black Friday Holiday Aiding Excessive Consumerism?

Angelina Morffi, Staff Writer Dec 15, 2021

Often considered the day when all hell breaks loose, Black Friday is a day when Americans spend loads of money while scavenging to find the best deals. For decades, this tradition has had people pulling...

Club members focus on making Furoshiki gift wrapping out of old T-Shirts.

Gables Earth: Focusing on Students and Our Planet

Arianna Hoyos, Staff Writer Dec 17, 2020

The constant attention and rush that students' everyday lives require often make it difficult for them to focus on global issues that are affecting them directly. Among those issues, climate change, rising...

Gables Earth

Gables Earth

Alexis Carrasquillo, CavsTV Staff Dec 2, 2020

Gables Earth aims to spread environmental awareness through presentations, guest speakers, and events. Sponsored by Mrs. Kiely, the club has around 200+ members and interacts with many environmental organizations....

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