The student news site of Coral Gables Senior High School


The student news site of Coral Gables Senior High School


The student news site of Coral Gables Senior High School


Vice President Alexandra Roa, President Olivia Rebull, and Secretary Lorenzo Londono (left to right) are already in communication and planning the year ahead.

Meet the Elected Class of 2024 Officers

Lorena Acevedo, Staff Writer Mar 10, 2022

The Cavalier nation has spoken and this year’s Class of 2024 officers have been selected. After weeks of campaigning, the freshman cast their votes on Feb. 4, choosing the best students to represent...

President Trump makes call to Georgia Secretary of State in an attempt to overturn 2020 election.

Trump Threatens Georgia’s Secretary of State for Votes

Lucia Chico, Staff Writer Jan 12, 2021

Although the presidential election was in November, and the results showed former Vice President Joe Biden as the president-elect, President Donald Trump believes the election is not over. His latest efforts...

Volunteers calling to ask if you are planning on voting are phone banking to gauge voter turnout.

Phone banking: Essential, Yet Misunderstood

Abigail Felan, Copy Editor Oct 27, 2020

As election day approaches, phone calls and messages from volunteers have been rampant. Whether or not you choose to listen or not, phone banking is an extremely integral part of shaping the elections...

Class of ’24 Student Government Elections Coming Soon!

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

It is vital to our society that the newest group of voters stands up for what they believe in.

The Power of the Youth Vote

Lucia Chico, Staff Writer Sep 28, 2020

As one of the most vital elections in the nation’s history draws near, advocacy for the youth vote has never been more widespread. Growing up in the age of information, Generation Z has had current events...

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Florida’s primary election: A voter’s guide

Isabella Morales, highlights newsmagazine contributor Aug 18, 2020

 On Aug. 18, residents of the state of Florida will vote in a closed primary election to determine the fate of at least 97 competitive races and their state alike for the next four years. As the coronavirus...

Gillum announces new voter registration organization

Gillum announces new voter registration organization

Alex Anton, highlights contributor Apr 2, 2019

Throughout the last few years, there has been a clear democratic rise in Florida. Perhaps the peak of such an initiative was when Real Clear Politics polls predicted Andrew Gillum to beat the Republican...

Students vote during their lunches in order for their voices to be heard.

The Results Are In!

Jefrany D'catry, Staff Writer Feb 22, 2019

On Feb. 19, students from all grade levels took time out of their days to vote for their 2019-2020 student government. Students waited outside of the Activities room (9219) in the Ralph Moore building...

This is the sticker that every person who voted on Aug. 28 received. If you’re not otherwise motivated to vote, do it for the sticker!

Women’s Equality Day Should Encourage Everyone to Vote

Maia Berthier, Staff Writer Aug 29, 2018

On Aug. 26, 1920, the United States passed the 19th amendment to the Constitution, granting all women citizens the freedom to vote and allowing them to finally be represented in America’s policy...

Donald Trump adresses his supporters in Fayetteville, North Carolina after his victory.

Trump Dismisses CIA Claims

Mia Galex, Staff Writer Dec 21, 2016

The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has conducted an assessment confirming Russia orchestrated the hacking of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) to help president-elect Donald Trump win the election....

Jessie Wang and friends celebrate her birthday, an event that some people consider a milestone and others a normal day.

Is turning 18 all it’s cracked up to be?

Aliyah Symes, Editor Oct 20, 2014

We all have our own rites of passage, or ways of knowing that we're growing up. Maybe you're allowed to drive the car to school on your own for the first time since you got your driver's license or just...

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