Dismissal of Science During COVID-19: Disastrous Impacts

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.

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 this deadly virus. As this pandemic worsens in the United States, residents are scrambling to find guidance...

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

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

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, aims to help students do exactly that. The Co-Presidents of GML, Yazmin Quevedi and Jose Fernande...

Are You Microsoft or Apple?

Computers are much more than just hunks of metals

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 of customers. Which company are you?

Cavaliers Speed to the Finish Line in Ten80 Racing Competition

Coral Gables Senior High School students prepare to enter their plastic bottle car in the SECME 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 competed against schools throughout Miami-Dade and Broward counties and placed second and third overall...

SNHS: Saving the World One Less Paper at a Time

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

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 to students by the administration at Coral Gables Senior High. Add on the fact that at least 28,000...

Get to Know Your Clubs!

Club Fair last year.

Adriana Castro, Staff Writer

September 6, 2018

As the fall season approaches, there is much anticipation on campus about which clubs to join this academic year. With club fair just around the corner, the halls begin to buzz and questions arise concerning the specifics of each club. This list will provide a preview of the amazing 2018-2019 Gables...

Welcome to the Gables Teaching Staff

Welcome to the Gables Teaching Staff

Adriana Castro, Staff Writer

August 28, 2018

Coral Gables Senior High is ecstatic to meet the new teachers on campus for the 2018-2019 school year. It is always a pleasure welcoming new staff members to the cohort of students, faculty, and administrative staff at Gables High. Like with any new teacher on campus, everyone is eager to get to know...

¿Cuánto tiempo nos queda en la Tierra?

Stephen hawking presentando sus argumentos sobre por que  los humanos tendran que dejar la Tierra.

Paula Gonzalez, Staff Writer

March 10, 2018

Profesor Stephen Hawking no teme afirmar su opinión abiertamente y honestamente. Él ha expresado públicamente sus temores sobre el futuro de la inteligencia artificial (IA), la necesidad de una nueva era espacial, la grave realidad del calentamiento global, cómo podríamos llegar a otro sistema Solar,...

Into the Depths of the Frost Museum of Science

The Frost Museum of Science hosts a variety of awe-inspiring exhibits.

Natalia Rodriguez, Reviews Editor

August 21, 2017

Our Rating: A When the old science museum that had been located in Coconut Grove since 1960 finally closed its doors, many science enthusiasts felt disappointed that Miami no longer had a "go to" science museum. Fortunately for the local science-loving community, this event only occurred in order to brin...

Gables Students Around the World

Marina Torras stands with a child from the village.

Chase Bagnall-Koger, Staff Writer

August 21, 2017

Following a year filled with challenging courses and lots of testing, most Coral Gables high students were more than happy to trade their 7 AM classes and endless homework assignments for sandy beaches and a sufficient amount of sleep. While many stayed put in Miami, some traveled thousands of miles...

Farmaceuta Hecho Filántropo: Phillip Frost

Farmaceuta Hecho Filántropo: Phillip Frost

Ana Cápiro, Spanish Editor

July 8, 2017

Donde quiera que mires en la ciudad de Miami aparece el nombre Frost. En la escuela de música de la Universidad de Miami, en el Museo de Arte de FIU y el recién inaugurado Museo de Ciencias,  respaldando estos centros de arte, cultura y conocimiento está Phillip Frost. Nacido en el sur de Philadelphia Frost lle...

Science Supporters Show Up to March

WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 22: Members of the Union for Concerned Scientists pose for photographs with Muppet character Beaker in front of The White House before heading to the National Mall for the March for Science on April 22, 2017 in Washington, DC. The rally and march are being referred to as a call to support and safeguard the scientific community.

Alexander Yagoda, Staff Writer

May 16, 2017

Throughout the past week people have flocked to the streets in numbers reminiscent of the women's marches earlier this year. This time, however, people were protesting the supposed anti-science policies of President Donald J. Trump. These people were specifically outraged over the massive funding cuts...

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