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Women's History Month spans throughout the month of March and strives to recognize and celebrate female achievement throughout history.

Important Figures in Women’s History

Leidi-Di Salcedo-Urena, Staff Writer March 5, 2021

Women’s History month spans across March and honors the contribution of women in contemporary society. Here are a few influential women whose contributions greatly impacted our society. Ada Lovelace “Religion...

Black History Month spans across the month of February and recognizes outstanding black achievement throughout history.

Five Important Black Figures In History

Leidi-Di Salcedo-Urena, Staff Writer February 15, 2021

Feb. 1 marks the beginning of Black History Month, a time to celebrate historical black achievements and innovations. Here are five influential black figures throughout history Nat Turner “Having...

The river above has most likely turned green over time because of the amount of algae it contains.

Blue is Too Mainstream for U.S. Rivers

Maria Odio, Staff Writer January 1, 2021

In the United States, over one-third of rivers have changed colors varying from blue, green, brown and yellow. Although these changes may sound harmless, they are in fact damaging to the ecosystem, causing...

Rebekah Jones and her children were held at gun point under false claims by the police as she continues to provide Floridians with accurate numbers when it comes to the surge in cases we have been seeing

Scientist Rebekah Jones’ House Raid: Corruption by DeSantis?

Lucia Chico, Staff Writer December 22, 2020

There is no doubt that the state of Florida has never taken the COVID-19 pandemic as seriously as it should have. Under the loose command of Republican Governor Ron DeSantis, the state launched into his...

WFP works to better the world and eradicate hunger in the world.

The World Food Program, a Nobel-Worthy Example of Peace

Daphne Renoux, Staff Writer November 12, 2020

The Nobel Prizes are known worldwide as some of the most elite prizes in the academic world. There are multiple types of Nobel Prizes in different departments such as physics, chemistry, physiology or...

International Baccalaureate Curriculum

Natalie Abrahantes, CavsTV Co-Editor-in-Chief November 8, 2020

A new treatment for breast cancer comes from a surprising source - modified bee venom.

A Sting That Is Sweet: Honeybee Venom Used to Treat Cancer

Leidi-Di Salcedo-Urena, Staff Writer September 26, 2020

Bees have contributed a lot to the ecosystem and to humanity itself; honey, pollination, biodiversity and more. They do so much for the planet and recently, bees have added a new contribution to their...

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.

Dismissal of Science During COVID-19: Disastrous Impacts

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...

The founding members of Gables Medical Leaders Club excitingly encouraging members to join.

Gables Medical Leaders: For Students Aspiring to Work in the Medical Field

Melanie Estrada and Allison Cajina September 7, 2019

With the increasing competition in the healthcare field, one’s premedical track should start before college. The Gables Medical Leaders (GML) club, a new organization for students interested in medicine,...

Computers are much more than just hunks of metals

Are You Microsoft or Apple?

Mark Snyder, Multimedia December 9, 2018

Apple and Microsoft, are among one of the most iconic companies in the world. Despite the fact that they share an ever-growing computer market, they each embody certain qualities that attract certain types...

Coral Gables Senior High School students prepare to enter their plastic bottle car in the SECME competition.

Cavaliers Speed to the Finish Line in Ten80 Racing Competition

Emily Kay and Chase Bagnall-Koger November 5, 2018

The Cavalier Science Engineering Communication Mathematics and Enrichment club (SECME) traveled to Southeastern University on Oct.30 to participate in their first ever Ten80 Racing challenge. The team...

The Science National Honor Society board members promoting their paperless initiative.

SNHS: Saving the World One Less Paper at a Time

Adriana Castro, Staff Writer October 15, 2018

Many students and staff do not realize the effect that their vast use of paper has on the environment. On the first day of school alone, there are at least 24,500 sheets of paper printed and distributed...

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