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Naomi Osaka deserves better than the treatment she has been receiving from the tennis world.

Naomi Osaka’s Mental Health Battle: Paving the Way for Future Athletes

Emmanuelle Desmet, Staff Writer September 13, 2021

To say that Naomi Osaka, the current third best women’s tennis player in the world, has had a rocky year would be an understatement. The four-time Grand Slam champion and outspoken social activist sparked...

Our very own Opinion Editor, Lauren Gregorio and fellow Cavalier Alexandra Torres have officially started their project... The LOTUS Mission!

The LOTUS Mission: Life on the UpSide

Lucia Chico, Staff Writer April 14, 2021

At the start of her junior year, senior Alexandra Torres grew frustrated with the lack of organizations that worked to help teenage survivors of sexual assault. Torres had recently met junior Lauren Gregorio...

Mental health has been a growing concern for years, but with COVID-19 cases on the rise, teenagers are feeling the pressure now more than ever.

The Mental Health Crisis Facing Our Youth

Ana Font, CavsTV Staff March 5, 2021

Life was stressful before the pandemic, but new challenges such as virtual learning, staying safe and coping with sickness have contributed an additional toll. Everyone needs help sometimes - and acknowledging...

PSA: Teen Stress

Alana Fernandez, CavsTV Staff February 27, 2021

What’s supposed to be the best years of our lives have only been an emotional turmoil. With the pressure being put on today’s young generation, it’s no surprise how stress rules their lives. The...

Yoga can be considered a form of meditation because it  is a practice that focuses on the wellness of both the body and the mind.

Meditation as a Study Tactic: Can it be Useful?

Abigail Felan, Staff Writer November 15, 2020

For many students, especially for upperclassmen, school can be very hectic. Students may feel overwhelmed with homework, tests and studying. The pressure of “doing your best” exists within all assignments,...

September is a month to raise awareness about suicide and to help others who have gone through it.

September Suicide Awareness: A Month of Understanding

Daphne Renoux, Staff Writer September 30, 2020

Suicide is a common tragedy in today’s society, now more than ever. In 2018, suicide was the second leading cause of death for people between the ages of 10 and 30 and the fourth cause for people ages...

How Exercise and Nutrition Impact Your Mental Well Being

Alexis Carrasquillo, CavsTV Staff September 23, 2020

Exercise and nutrition are essential to our well-being. There are many ways that exercise is able to reduce anxiety, depression and other mental health disorders as well as keep our body healthy. Nutrition...

PSA: Teen Mental Health

Alana Fernandez, CavsTV Staff August 20, 2020

In a school with over 3,000 students, you easily see hundreds of peers in the six minutes during hall passing. You barely pay attention to those around, let alone what they may be going through. Some may...

Senior Marina Tischenkel practicing her triangle pose outdoors

Self-Care During Quarantine: Reducing Stress

Emma Garcia, Staff Writer April 28, 2020

Amidst all of the turmoil of quarantine, it is very important that one takes care of themselves, not just physically but mentally as well. Mental health is just as important and should be a priority. Ever...

A student begins their Edgenuity assignment as they log in through the student portal.

Mental Health Crisis Solved by Edgenuity!

Maia Berthier, Opinion and Copy Editor February 26, 2020

Thank you, Florida Department of Education! Because of your five hour Edgenuity course, I am completely devoid of all mental health issues. I’ve never felt better then when I play my videos with the...

Mrs.Kiely posing with two of her students who supported her by attending her classes.

Our Official Cavalier Yogi: Ms. Kiely Becomes Zen-tified

Jana Faour, Reviews and Copy Editor February 18, 2020

A school-wide fan-favorite chemistry teacher leading the charge in the science department at Coral Gables Senior High, Ms. Kiely is an extremely popular name on our campus. Although the style of her classroom...

Opening up about mental health helps end the stigma behind it.

Mental Health Comes First

Emma Garcia, Staff Writer September 3, 2019

In today's society, mental health issues are quite common. Anyone can suffer from any degree of mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety, the most prevalent mental illnesses. With the new...

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