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


Marjorie Taylor Greene continues to build a name for herself as a proud believer in conspiracy theories and member of far right-wing ideologies.

Marjorie Taylor Greene: A Force To Be Reckoned With

Lucia Chico, Staff Writer Feb 14, 2021

With less than a month in Congress, Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene has managed to smear her name all over headlines. Even before being elected as a public servant, Greene was seen as an unlikely victorious...

Is the Electoral College Outdated?

Is the Electoral College Outdated?

Lucas Gonzalez, CavsTV Staff Nov 16, 2020

From the founding of our nation to today, the electoral college has been a major part of the democratic election system. Included in the constitution, the electoral college is a body of people representing...

If confirmed, Amy Coney Barrett would shift the balance of the Supreme Courts ideology to the right, making the Court majority Conservative.

Amy Coney Barrett Begins Confirmation Hearings

Maria Odio, Staff Writer Oct 24, 2020

Over the past few days, Judge Amy Coney Barrett has attended multiple Supreme Court confirmation hearings held in response to her nomination. Confirmation hearings are held by the members of the Senate...

Ruth Bader Ginsburgs potential successor sits at the opposite end of the political spectrum, and, if confirmed, would shift the Supreme Court to hold a conservative majority.

Judge Amy Coney Barrett: a Future Supreme Court Justice?

Daphne Renoux, Staff Writer Oct 14, 2020

Recently, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, one of the nine Supreme Court Justices, passed away. She left behind not only her legacy but also an empty seat on the Supreme Court. The president of the United States,...

As elections near, the entire nation is awaiting Congresss decision on whether Amy Coney Barrett will become the new Supreme Court justice.

Amy Coney Barrett- Perspectives on Both Sides of the Aisle

Arianna Hoyos, Staff Writer Oct 10, 2020

The first topic addressed during the presidential debate, which took place on Sept. 29, was whether Amy Coney Barrett, the current Supreme Justice nominee would be a satisfactory replacement in the Supreme...

As Covid-19 cases continue to grow, as does the arguments between Democrats and Republicans who differ when deciding what possible solutions look like.

The Blue and Red Approach to Reopening Schools

Lucia Chico, Staff Writer Aug 13, 2020

The United States has become the epicenter of Coronavirus with over 4.8 million confirmed cases. Thus, state governments around the country struggle to get re-opening guidelines right as there seems to...

On November 6th, U.S citizens had the opportunity to cast their ballots and be heard.

What the Midterms Mean For Us

Daniela Parra Del Riego, Staff Writer Nov 10, 2018

The low voter turnouts in previous years mixed with the recent political turbulence have finally culminated in what is considered one of the most important elections in recent history - months of campaigning...

As the government shutdown is still occurring, many wonder who is responsible for it.

Government Shutdown: Who Was Responsible?

Chase Bagnall-Koger, Staff Writer Jan 24, 2018

Since the results of the 2016 election and the induction of President Trump, both the presidency and Congress are controlled by Republican Party majority. Between the both of them, they are trying to accomplish...

Soon to be President, Donald Trump accepts his victory!

And The Winner Is… Donald Trump

Mia Galex, Staff Writer Nov 10, 2016

On Tuesday, Nov. 8., Republican Donald J. Trump was elected 45th president of the United States.  However, the outcome of the election was completely unexpected, leaving millions of Americans shocked...

11 Republican primary candidates took to the stage, who came out on top?

Who Won the Republican Debate?

John Hiaasen, Staff Writer Sep 25, 2015

The Grand Old Party (GOP) is at it again in another debate to see who will come out victorious. Some can say that this "debate" was more of, 'who can go the longest without going crazy' rather than actually...

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