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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...

Dismissal of Science During COVID-19: Disastrous Impacts

Politicians and health officials are continuously arguing on what pre-cautions are efficient in helping stop the spread of this virus. This is ultimately leads to misinformation being given out to the American people.

Gabriela McGrath Moreira, Staff Writer

August 15, 2020

Over the past few months, millions of Americans have witnessed the detrimental effects of Coronavirus on everyday lives with many experiencing the loss of jobs alongside the possibility of contracting this deadly virus. As this pandemic worsens in the United States, residents are scrambling to find guidance...

Coral Gables Senior High Welcomes New Principal, Mr. Tony Ullivarri

Coral Gables Senior High Welcomes New Principal, Mr. Tony Ullivarri

Chase Bagnall-Koger, Editor-in-Chief

July 25, 2020

With less than a month until the beginning of a new school year, Coral Gables Senior High welcomes a new principal, Mr. Tony Ullivarri. Though this school year marks Gables’ 70 year anniversary, it may be far from traditional; Ullivarri is inheriting a transformational construction project, uncertain...

Ana Font Donates Masks To Those In Need

Ana Font has spent most of her free time creating masks to donate.

Allison Cajina, Staff Writer

May 25, 2020

The shortage of masks caused by the coronavirus has left those in need distressed. Many essential shops are not permitting people to step foot in unless they are wearing protective gear, this may be a challenge for those who have not gotten the chance to buy any type of masks. Sophomore Ana Font realized...

Stephanie Duque: Making Masks for Frontline Workers

Stephanie Duque wearing one of her first masks she made.

Allison Cajina, Staff Writer

May 25, 2020

Sophomore Stephanie Duque has taken it upon herself to make her own masks due to shortages of them around the nation. With COVID-19 spreading rapidly throughout Florida, citizens have purchased or taken most surgical masks available in stores and hospitals which inevitably affected those who were not...

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