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


Hurrican Fiona devastated Puerto Rico as the largest storm to hit the territory since 2017.

Hurricane Fiona Leaves Puerto Rico In Flooded Ruins

Anthony Fajardo, Staff Writer Oct 14, 2022

Recently hit by a hurricane, the island of Puerto Rico has been left in a state of destruction for the past few days. Hurricane Fiona was the first large-scale hurricane to hit the area since Hurricane...

A depiction of how detrimental the flooding to some areas of Florida was.

Hurricane Ian Impacts Floridians

Avril Donner, Staff Writer Oct 7, 2022

Winds, rain and storm surges caused by Hurricane Ian have left sections of Cuba, Florida and the Carolinas almost unrecognizable. Being the ninth tropical storm of the 2022 season, Hurricane Ian formed...

Category 4 Hurricane Ida hit the Gulf Coast on Sunday which caused flooding in the region as well as power outages for millions. Multiple casualties and millions in damage have already been reported.

Hurricane Ida Leaves Louisiana Without Power

Laura Ridoux, Staff Writer Sep 5, 2021

Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana as a Category 4 on the same day that Category 5 Hurricane Katrina hit the state 16 years ago. The storm reached the coast on Aug. 29, and the damages caused a major...

Senior Daniel Fernandez recently committed to the University of Miami, UM.

Daniel Fernandez Commits to the University of Miami

Ariana Alvarez, Staff Writer Apr 18, 2021

It is the time of year for seniors where big decisions are being made. After all the time and hard work they put into their future, seniors have reached the point where they get to decide where “home”...

Recently, Nicaragua was hit by Category Five hurricane Iota. Those in the storms range have been left without homes, food and water.

Hurricane Iota Causes Major Landfall in Nicaragua

Patrick Heydasch, Staff Writer Nov 23, 2020

The recently named storm Iota has hit Nicaragua as a Category Five hurricane. Iota formed as a tropical wave that slowly moved into Central America. Over the next six days, Iota quickly strengthened into...

Nasa released their overview of the estimated centimeters of rain that would be fall on Central America moments before the hurricane reached land.

Hurricane Eta Stirs Up a Storm

Maria Odio, Staff Writer Nov 22, 2020

Tropical Storm Eta is making the most out of the remaining Atlantic hurricane season by forming as one of the most intense storms of the year. This 2020 Atlantic hurricane season broke the previous record...

PTSA Secretary Bill Beardslee stands with supplies and the rest of his crew in preparation for their journey.

PTSA Secretary Provides Relief for the Bahamas

Maia Berthier, Opinion and Copy Editor Sep 16, 2019

In the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, individuals and organizations from the United States have stepped in to help out the Bahamian communities left devastated by the storm. The damage that the residents...

Photographers capture the destruction of homes in The Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian.

Hurricane Dorian: The Aftermath in The Bahamas

Emma Garcia, Staff Writer Sep 7, 2019

On Memorial Day weekend, hurricane Dorian struck The Bahamas with catastrophic wind speeds of up to one-hundred eighty five miles per hour. The category 5 hurricane demolished homes and neighborhoods,...

Hurricane Florence is currently a Category 2 storm headed towards the East coast.

Hurricane Florence Heads Towards the East Coast

Mark Snyder, Staff Writer Sep 15, 2018

[powr-twitter-feed id=d2282b2c_1537024821912] Hurricane Florence began on Aug. 30 as a tropical wave circling around the Atlantic Ocean, and was declared a tropical storm one day later.  Over the...

The Hard Rock Stadium during Hurricane Irma.

Irma Strikes, Sports Heavily Delayed

Miguel Lemus, Staff Writer Sep 20, 2017

As Florda was approached by Hurricane Irma, many of its citizens were scattering to markets and gas stations in order to prepare for the the devastation that was expected to come. Like many other Floridians,...

No matter how little a storm you should always be prepared!

Tropical Storm Erika Possibly Headed Towards Florida

Catherine Healy, Business Manager Aug 26, 2015

As of Aug. 26 Tropical Storm Erika is currently 120 miles east of Lesser Antilles, which is less than 1,500 miles from South Florida. In order to reach Florida it needs to survive through the Eastern...

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