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The student news site of Coral Gables Senior High School


The student news site of Coral Gables Senior High School


This is the only pardoning that matters.

Presidential Pardons: Should They Be Pardoned Off the Chopping Block?

Alexander Yagoda, Staff Writer Apr 23, 2018

Over the last several days, there has been some controversy stirred up about the ability of the president to pardon anyone of any federal crime. This has largely come about due to New York's law regarding...

Native Americans and environmental activists protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline.

What You Need to Know About the Dakota Access Pipeline

Natalia Torres, Staff Writer Nov 14, 2016

The Dakota Access Pipeline Project (DAPL) has become a topic of controversy in the last half of 2016, especially amongst Native Americans.  The pipeline will enable domestically produced crude oil to...

Kerry visits Hiroshima, Volodymyr Groysman is Ukraines new PM, Obama admits his worst mistake and Sanders and Pope Francis meet in this weeks recap.

Recap: April 11 – 17

Sophie Feinberg, Editor Apr 17, 2016

International Affairs Refugees tear-gassed at Macedonia-Greece border "Hundreds of people were injured when Macedonian police fired tear gas on a group of refugees as they tried to break through...

President Obama strove to make amends with the Cuban government, in an effort to end a lengthy, hostile relationship.

A Change for Cuban-American Relations

Albany Muria, News Editor Apr 8, 2016

On Feb. 18, President Barack Obama announced his historic visit to Cuba, the first United States (U.S.) President to visit Cuba since 1959. The announcement, having followed over half of a century's worth...

Teargas used at Greek-Macedonian border, backlash in France over dismantled migrant camp, Justice Thomas speaks and NASAs Scott Kelly returns from space in this weeks recap.

Recap: February 29 – March 6

Sophie Feinberg, Editor Mar 6, 2016

International Affairs Syria’s cease-fire frays as Russia resumes airstrikes "Syria’s hard-won truce began to fray Sunday, with Russian warplanes resuming airstrikes on towns and villages in...

This week: metal on Thai beach sparked hope in missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, Denmark passes controversial law, results of Texas Planned Parenthood case and escalation in Oregon leads leader of protest to tell others to go home.

Recap: January 25 – 31

Sophie Feinberg, Editor Jan 31, 2016

International Affairs Who was behind Saudi Embassy attack in Iran? "At a press conference Jan. 24, the spokesman for Iran’s judiciary, Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Ejei, announced that 100 people have...

This week: Frances economic crisis, Chinese and Iranian leaders meet, record number of guns detected by TSA and the impact of Winter Storm Jonas.

Recap: January 18 – 24

Sophie Feinberg, Editor Jan 24, 2016

International Affairs French President declares economic emergency "French President Francois Hollande pledged Monday to redefine France's business model and declared what he called "a state of...

UN convoy reaches Madaya, Taiwan elects first female president, Obamas final State of the Union address and Flints water crisis in this weeks recap.

Recap: January 11 – 17

Sophie Feinberg, Editor Jan 17, 2016

International Affairs  Madaya Syria: Aid convoy reaches besieged town "An aid convoy has reached the besieged rebel-held Syrian town of Madaya, bringing vital food and medicines. Distribution...

This week: bombing in Libya, El Chapo recaptured, Obama on gun control and Chipotle receives subpoena.

Recap: January 4 – 10

Sophie Feinberg, Editor Jan 10, 2016

International Affairs Saudi Arabia cuts ties with Iran, foreign minister says "Saudi Arabia cut ties with Iran, the Kingdom’s foreign minister announced on Sunday, deciding "enough is enough"...

National Front Party loses in France, Mother Teresa to be a saint, US striking harder against ISIS, Congress budget approved and more in this weeks recap.

Recap: December 14 – 20

Sophie Feinberg, Editor Dec 20, 2015

International Affairs  National Front Party in France Is Dealt a Setback in Regional Elections "French voters dealt a sharp setback to the far-right National Front in regional elections on Sunday,...

Smog in Beijing, historic elections in Saudi Arabia, Holtzclaw convicted and Obama signs education bill this week.

Recap: December 7 – 13

Sophie Feinberg, Editor Dec 13, 2015

International Affairs Venezuela elections: socialists dealt a blow as opposition wins landslide "Venezuela’s opposition has won an overwhelming victory in parliamentary elections in the oil-rich...

Turkey shoots down plane, François Hollande and Obama meet, FSU controversy, Colorado shooting and more this recap.

Recap: November 23 – 29

Sophie Feinberg, Editor Nov 29, 2015

International Affairs Turkey shoots down Russian warplane on Syria border "Turkish warplanes have shot down a Russian military aircraft on the border with Syria. Russian President Vladimir Putin...

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