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Gables students can now choose whether or not to wear a mask in school.

Masks Made Optional in MDCPS

Audrey Lezcano, Copy Editor November 7, 2021

Nine weeks since school has been fully in person with all students wearing masks indoors, Superintendent Alberto Carvalho made an announcement that masks in school will no longer be mandatory for middle...

Hurricane season is ongoing and causing turmoil nationwide. With Covid-19 still a threat its hard to feel safe even seeking shelter from hurricanes due to the risk of infection and lack of precautionary measures.

Hurricane Season and an Everlasting Pandemic: How Do We Prepare?

Angelina Morffi, Staff Writer September 25, 2021

Hurricane season is already an anxious time for those living on the East Coast. With the excess COVID-19 precautions that need to be taken, many find themselves worrying about their safety. Hurricane...

COVID-19 cases continue to surge in Florida as MDCPS students return to campus for their in-person classes.

Summer Surge in COVID-19 Cases Comes Ahead of School Start

Daphne Renoux, Staff Writer September 1, 2021

This summer was anxiously awaited by many as the state was opening back up after months of quarantining measures, with the increasing number of vaccinated people. Instead, COVID-19 cases spiked due to...

Spring Breakers have descended upon Miami again, but are they welcome?

Spring Breakers In South Beach Induce Chaos

Japheth Oyedepo, Staff Writer April 8, 2021

Spring Break is usually a fun-filled time for everyone. Especially in Miami, people enjoy exerting their freedom during this time by going out to eat or tanning at the beach. However, as many have learned...

Cuomo Faces Sexual Harassment Allegations

Cuomo Faces Sexual Harassment Allegations

Lisbeth Arrieta, CavsTV Staff March 6, 2021

Governor Cuomo, after months of being a prominent leader during the coronavirus pandemic, has allegedly been accused of sexual misconduct in the workplace. This scandal came to light after Lindsey Boylan...

Many students at Gables have a heavy workload from a variety of rigorous courses and this online setting, that has never been experienced before, is affecting all of us.

CollegeBoard Makes Unjust Decisions for AP Testing

Ingrid Moises, Staff Writer March 2, 2021

From start to finish, standardized testing is always the biggest focus in a student’s academic career. These tests are consistently seen as a way to measure our learning, academic ability and capabilities...

Valentine’s Day is the perfect day in the year to spend time with those who hold the key to your heart!

Celebrating COVID’S First Valentine’s Day

Ingrid Moises, Staff Writer February 10, 2021

In this past year, many things have been altered a substantial amount in everyone’s lives. Many people have missed out on spending special moments with their families, friends, and significant others....

Over the quarantine, streaming services have become more popular and are now used more the cable TV.

Streaming Services: The End of Cable Television

Noa Belehssen, Staff Writer January 15, 2021

Daily life outside of the house was brought to an abrupt halt and for many that also came with time to finally catch up on TV series or movies. As many remained glued to the news and favorite watches of...

The new COVID-19 vaccine marks a decisive point in this pandemic.

COVID Vaccine: The Beginning of the End

Daphne Renoux, Staff Writer January 11, 2021

This past week, the first of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccines were distributed. This vaccine was approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration and is reported to have a 95 percent effectiveness...

The irony of Giulianis recent diagnosis has not been lost on Americans; besides being on national news, Giulianis name erupted on Twitter as users began to discuss the situation.

Rudy Giuliani Contracts COVID-19 After Maskless Travels

Noa Belehssen, Staff Writer December 12, 2020

Rudy Giuliani has contracted the COVID-19 virus after traveling to three states, potentially exposing hundreds of citizens. Giuliani served as the 107th Mayor of New York City and as the United States...

With the onset of COVID-19, school, like many other parts of daily life has been moved to a virtual setting. However, lack of high-speed internet and adequate devices has left many students struggling.

COVID-19 Widens the Digital Divide

Isabel Donner, Staff Writer October 26, 2020

In this day and age, technology and internet access have become a critical part of daily life. Today, technology is no longer simply a privilege, it is a necessity. The need for internet access has only...

The drug Remdesivir may represent a breakthrough in treading patients with COVID-19, but its long-term effects remain undocumented.

Remdesivir: What Will It Mean For COVID-19?

Arianna Hoyos, Staff Writer October 24, 2020

A medication that could possibly help end the pandemic seems intriguing, but does such a thing even exist? Remdesivir, an antiviral medication, may be the answer that scientists are looking for. Sold...

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