What is at Stake on November 3?

In the upcoming November election, there is more on the ballot than the individual candidates. Inform yourself on the issues to know where your vote goes.

Abigail Felan, Staff Writer

October 26, 2020

During this upcoming election, there is more on the ballot than simply just the presidential candidates. With the severity of the ongoing pandemic, the Trump administration has shown an inadequate response. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the next administration to plan how to combat the disastrous...

Class of ’24 Student Government Elections Coming Soon!

Chase Bagnall-Koger, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 8, 2020

The elections for the class of 2024 Student Government Officials will be held on Oct. 15, 2020, from 8:00, AM to 2:15 PM. Voting will take place over Microsoft Teams during these hours. Make sure to cast your vote online next Thursday!

5 Reasons Why You Should Vote

5 Reasons Why You Should Vote

Alexis Carrasquillo, CavsTV

September 29, 2020

As the time for voting approaches, more and more people are registering to vote. Here are 5 reasons why you should be registered to vote. Why is voting Important by Alexis...

Did Someone Say Election?

Did Someone Say Election?

Jefrany D'catry, Staff Writer

October 7, 2018

Everyone wants their voice to be heard and used to bring about positive change in their high school. As a way to express their voice, students run in class government elections for a position they feel suits them the most. Those running make posters and flyers in the hopes of showcasing who they are...

Cast Your Vote

Amid dwindling voter turnout, why should you go out to vote?

Sophie Feinberg, Editor

March 26, 2016

With the Florida Primary behind us, Florida voters are left with feelings of political pressure. Candidates from both parties were making Florida visits, as Florida was a crucial state to win; in this case, the winner takes all the delegates. Having just turned 18, I experienced the polls for the...

Possible Six-Period Schedule at Gables

Students such as  junior Aaron Harrison would have a difficult time with the extended class times and work if the six-period schedule plan was passed.

Jake Paz, Staff Writer

March 6, 2015

The idea of changing our current eight-period schedule into a six period one  has been brought up by some teachers and faculty members around the school. The potential six-period schedule would decrease the number of classes in one day, which is currently four, to three, and increase the amount of...

“How Do You Go About Voting?”

Elections are around the corner!

Karla Santoyo, Editor-in-Chief

January 19, 2015

In campaigns, whether about state politics or merely a school election, candidates should present their ideas and objectives firsthand, while individuals should base their vote primarily on what the candidate brings to the table. Now onto reality: candidates rely primarily on second-hand marketing,...

Amendment 2 Initiative Fails

On election day, voters decided that Amendment 2 was a no go.

Jake Paz, Staff Writer

November 6, 2014

Voters voiced their opinions on November 4, 2014 about Amendment 2, regarding the use of "medical" marijuana. This amendment was designed to change the Florida Constitution's ban on medical marijuana, which was before an illegal drug. In order for this amendment to be passed, more than 60% of voters...

Sophomore Election Runoff

The sophomore election runoff began Wednesday, February 5th and ended Thursday, February 6th.

Annie Farrell, Staff Writer

February 9, 2014

Recently, the shocking results of the student government elections for the 2014-2015 school year were announced. Most of the candidates were able to sigh in relief as decisions that were made at the end of an intense election. While some positions remained unopposed, others saw tough competition; the...

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