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Spring Break Travelers

Spring Break Travelers

Trey Riera-Gomez, Staff Writer

April 5, 2019


Filed under Spotlights, Student

Now that the 2019 Spring Break has come to an end, many Gables’ students have returned from many of their both national and international mini-vacations, bringing back with them priceless memories and stories. While every student at Gables had a different experience, two very unique trips taken by...

Holding On to Summer Travels

Holding On to Summer Travels

Adriana Castro, Staff Writer

August 18, 2018


Filed under Spotlights, Student, Top Stories

As the summer air fades, four Cavaliers reflect on their well-earned travels around the world after a hefty academic year. Senior Allison Chang, junior Ella Black, sophomore Kaitlyn Duardo and freshman Arianna Boffill took the initiative to immerse themselves in different cultures around the globe. Chan...

Spring Breakers: Cav Edition

Spring Breakers: Cav Edition

Adriana Meijaard, Staff Writer

April 3, 2018


Filed under Spotlights, Student, Top Stories

Although spring break came and went faster than expected, many of us enjoyed the sunny days at the beach trying to get our summer tans before summer truly begins. However, our fellow Cavaliers Sara Ebrahimi, Bowen Murley and Alex Yelamos had the privilege to travel and experience other cultures. Sara Ebrah...

Helpful Tips For Holiday Travel

Helpful Tips For Holiday Travel

Adriana Meijaard, Staff Writer

December 19, 2017


Filed under How To, Lifestyle, Student Life, Top Stories

It is finally winter break, which means that vacation time has arrived! Vacationing out of town is meant to  relax and detach you from your daily schedule, so it is best to get the stress out of the way before going on vacation. To make the most of your holiday getaway it is important to be prepared....

Winter Break 2017: Cavs Go Places

Winter Break 2017: Cavs Go Places

Emily Simon, Staff Writer

January 13, 2017


Filed under Spotlights, Student

Winter break is a time when every student looks forward to making great memories, regardless of where they happen. Many students stay at home and go out with friends to local hot spots to turn the time off into a "stay-cation," while others have the opportunity to explore other parts of the country and the...

Packing Made Simple

Packing Made Simple

Mariam Ahumada, Lifestyle Editor

December 28, 2016


Filed under How To, Lifestyle, Student Life, Top Stories

Traveler's procrastination is normal, especially in the days leading up to the great getaway. Luckily for you, CavsConnect has a few tips on how to quickly and correctly pack for travel! "I believe in traveling light. I always hate when I have to lug around a big suitcase full of clothes I probably...

Rise for Guatemaltecos Extraordinarios

Rise for Guatemaltecos Extraordinarios

Sofia Bratt, Lifestyle Editor

January 21, 2016


Filed under Student Life

Want to travel to a new and unique country, plus receive community service hours for it? Then, Guatemaltecos Extraordinarios is the right thing for you! This non-profit organization focuses on providing free education for children in Guatemala City that have been abandoned by their parents or joined...

How to Survive Being a Mile High

How to Survive Being a Mile High

John Hiaasen, Staff Writer

September 18, 2015


Filed under How To, Lifestyle, Student Life

You're stuck in the middle of the sky, while being crammed into a metal cylinder full of strangers and luggage. You smell something funny and make a run to the bathroom. You find that it is  just a little box stuffed with a sink and toilet. As you ease yourself away from the small door, you think to...

Gables is where I want to be: De Armas

Gables is where I want to be: De Armas

Lane Morris, Staff Writer

February 8, 2015


Filed under Faculty, Recent Stories, Spotlights

Q: Please state your name and profession. A: My name is Oscar De Armas, or Mr. De Armas, and I am a high school teacher. Q: Did you always know you wanted to be a teacher? A: No, not always, but over time it just made more and more sense. Q. Why and when did you start teaching? A: I became...

Traveling the World One Step at a Time

Traveling the World One Step at a Time

Camilo Bacca, Staff Writer

February 17, 2014


Filed under Faculty

If you have admired the sassiness of the SWA sisters, or have ever attended a black history show, then you have Ms. Smith to thank for. This Miami native attended the University of Miami with a full scholarship and graduated with a BA in history and secondary education. She is now on her ninth year ...

Parlez- vous Français? Do you Speak French?

Albany Muria, Staff Writer

November 23, 2013


Filed under Faculty, Recent Stories

Parlez-vous français? Do you speak French? If you don't, then you might want to consider learning from the prestigious Ms. Hofmann. Hofmann has been working at CGHS since 1984. Throughout the years, she has taught ESOL, Spanish, and French. In addition, Hofmann was the track and field coach for 15 years....

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