Hurricane Matthew: Aftermath

Many took to social media and said this satellite image of Hurricane Matthew resembled a skull.

Brianna Valdes, Staff Writer

October 16, 2016

Even though Hurricane Matthew did not significantly affect South Florida, it did hurt the Caribbean and Southeastern United States. After reaching the Caribbean it became a hurricane and intensified quickly. Between Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, the storm reached its peak intensity of Category 5 strength with...

Haiti in Presidential Crisis

Demonstrators stand in protest against elections frauds.

Mariam Ahumada, Staff Writer

February 19, 2016

On Sunday, Jan. 7, President Michel Joseph Martelly left Haiti in constitutional crisis when he ended his term without a successor. Martelly's resignation was brought on by civilian riots demanding a resolutions to his decision to postpone presidential elections twice in the past years. Michel Martelly's f...

A Student of Two Sciences: Stepping and Coding

Neila McNally performing at one of this year's pep rallies.

Annie Farrell, Editor

May 25, 2015

Neila McNally lived in Haiti's capital, Port-au-Prince, for nine years before moving to Miami. At Ponce de Leon Middle School, she discovered the art of stepping. McNally was instantly enchanted by Gables's stepping team, Sisters With Attitude (SWA), as she watched them perform at her freshman...

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Recap: April 6-April 12

Daniela Quijano, Editor

April 11, 2015

 International Affairs ISIS releases more than 200 Yazidis, Kurdish officials say Yazidi, a Kurdish religious community in Northern Iraq, was overtaken by ISIS the past summer. People were killed, captured and displaced. Most of the people released were women and children who were sent to the ...

Vision for Haiti

Kelsy Pacheco, Sports Editor

October 9, 2014

Q: What grade are you in? A: I'm in 12th grade Q: Where are you from? Would you say that your childhood experiences influenced your project? A: I am from Arizona, and no they did not. Q: Describe your CAS Project. A: My CAS project involved collecting used prescription and reading glasses...

Behind the Spectacles Donation

IB junior Caroline Bauwens was the one behind the collection of old glasses for a CAS project which ended up as an unforgettable adventure.

Melissa Valladares, Staff Writer

March 6, 2014

If you're an IB student, then you must be familiar with the CAS project based on donations that accepted old glasses that were reusable. And if you're not an IB student, you must have seen boxes all around school, whether in one of your teacher's classrooms or the counselor's office, labeled as "Glasses...

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