Just bead it!

Just bead it!

DeeAnne Montero, highlights newsmagazine contributor

September 14, 2020

Even after months of quarantine, many people continue to forget their masks when going out to public places. Further, the protective cloths often restrict people’s self-expression as the masks cover half of one’s face, making it a challenge to create an impression of somebody. Experiencing these...

Badminton to the Bone

The badminton team celebrates their hard work as they dine at The Big Cheese.

Daniel Toll, Sports Editor

April 5, 2018

What may come as a surprise to many, the origins of the game of badminton are pinpointed to at least 2,000 years ago, deriving from the game of battledore and shuttlecock played in Ancient Greece, China and India. Being closely related to the modernized version of badminton, battledore and shuttlecock...

Spring Breakers: Cav Edition

Spring Breakers: Cav Edition

Adriana Meijaard, Staff Writer

April 3, 2018

Although spring break came and went faster than expected, many of us enjoyed the sunny days at the beach trying to get our summer tans before summer truly begins. However, our fellow Cavaliers Sara Ebrahimi, Bowen Murley and Alex Yelamos had the privilege to travel and experience other cultures. Sara Ebrah...

Angie Lopez: Princess of Poetry

POETRY WHIZ: Junior Angie Lopez speaks about her experience preparing for the performance.

Kevin Monjarrez, highlights contributor

February 13, 2018

After much practice, student and poet Angie Lopez will be featured in Miami’s 10th Piano Slam.

Have You Heard About Zoé Somersall?

Senior Zoé Somersall does modeling work out of school.

Savannah Payne, highlights contributor

November 9, 2017

Since four weeks old, senior Zoé Somersall has been working in the modeling industry. With modeling been a trend in her nuclear family, she became fascinated by the stories of traveling the world modeling her parents would tell her about and decided to pursue it herself. Since her first modeling...

Elodie Tardits: 4,400 Miles from Home

French exchange student  Elodie Tardits during her sophomore year.

Chase Bagnall-Koger, Staff Writer

November 2, 2017

Sophomore Elodie Tardits appears to be your typical well-rounded Gables student. She competes on the successful Cavalier debate team, is a member of the League against Cancer and is involved in the Twenty Little Working Girls volunteer organization outside of school. However, unlike many of the students here, this ...

Coach Neal: Making Sure the Fire Keeps Rising

Coach Neal is ready and excited to continue the Gables football team's success both on the field and in the classroom.

Jake Paz, Opinion Editor

March 8, 2017

After Coach Rodger Pollard stepped down, Coach Tim Neal was ready to continue the legacy the Gables football team has created and is focused on making sure fire rises. Neal is a very experienced coach who will continue to lead Gables Football down the path of success both on and off the field by emphasizing...

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