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College Representative Visits

Sofia Cruz, Editor-in-Chief October 1, 2021

Student Instructions for college visits: Students must sign up to attend college rep visits via the SCOIR platform. It is the students' responsibility to check the date and time of the college visiting...

The four National Merit Scholarship Program semifinalists, Jared OSullivan, Gabriel Wagner, Bernardo Andrade and Julian Mesa (left to right), stand together as they share their achievements.

Cavaliers Carving Out Success: National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists

Nicholas Calindro, Staff Writer October 1, 2021

Seniors and juniors across the United States participate in the National Merit Scholarship Program, a non-profit organization that recognizes students’ achievements and aids in college undergraduate...

Hamza is already showing her Phoenix pride with her maroon UChicago t-shirt.

Aya Hamza: A Rising Phoenix

Audrey Simon, Staff Writer June 4, 2021

This year, the acceptance rate at the University of Chicago was 6% overall, including regular decision, early action and early decision applications. For regular decision applicants though, the rate was...

With COVID-19 complicating and moving so many aspects online, the college application process has been much more challenging for this years seniors.

College Application Struggles During COVID

Isabel Donner, Staff Writer December 1, 2020

The Coronavirus has drastically altered the college application experience for the class of 2021 as students finalize preparations to move on to the next phase of their academic careers. This process has...

The month of October is a stressful time for college applicants, but there are many events coming up that can help alleviate stress and help students get informed.

CAP Events for October 2020

Chase Bagnall-Koger, Co-Editor-in-Chief October 8, 2020

The month of October is traditionally a busy time for seniors applying to colleges and is a great time for younger students to explore the opportunities and obligations that will come towards the end of...

Coral Gables Cavaliers Posse Finalists.

This Year’s Posse Scholarship Finalists!

Guiliana Garces, Staff Writer October 31, 2018

Posse, a full-tuition scholarship, is a well-known, rigorous program that identifies individuals with leadership potential across ten cities in the United States. The program is beneficial as it offers...

Students have many options in what to do post-graduation, including attending universities either domestically or overseas.

University Curriculum: USA vs Europe

Pablo Hanono, Staff Writer August 25, 2018

A university education is widely regarded as a necessary measure of upward social mobility. With so many countries around the world, the curriculum of a university can vary widely, even between institutions...

Colleges are considered money eating machines, especially the ones that practice scholarship displacement because it makes it harder for students to pay the cost of attending.

An Uphill Battle for Affordable Education

Daymara Fernandez, Staff Writer October 23, 2017

Throughout the whole world, a college or university education is essential for job seekers, due to the fact that employers are becoming more demanding of requirements for employees. Many young adults...

A Cavalier College Fair

Pablo Hanono, Staff Writer October 11, 2017

While students are in the midst of preparing their college lists, nervous yet excited towards the future, they file into the gym on Oct. 10 to find their dream school. From California to New York, 73 representatives...

Students are compelled to get involved in activities outside of the classroom, but how much is too much.

Student Involvement: How Much is Too Much?

Nicolas Schmidt, Staff Writer March 7, 2017

As students start preparing for their freshman year they are told that they need to get involved in clubs and extracurricular activities. However, many students struggle to find the proper balance between...

Rejection isnt so bad at all...

Rejection isn’t so bad at all…

Kelsy Pacheco, Staff Writer December 20, 2016

As admission letters start rolling in and people start hearing back from their dream schools, not everyone wants to hear the answer to the dreaded question: did I get accepted? Sadly, colleges can't accept...

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