The Future of the Cruise Industry

By Sofia Palomino Cruises have been one of the unique ways that people spend their vacation. However, the cruise industry has been put on hold ever since the pandemic, which has killed over 400,000 people in the United States, struck this nation.  Several reservations have been canceled and thousands more were refunded because of the … Continue reading The Future of the Cruise Industry

America’s Day: Biden-Harris Sworn Into History

By Fabiha Faruque On Wednesday, before the strike of noon, Kamala Harris took the Oath of the Office, becoming the first female and person of color in the nation’s history to hold a role as the vice president. Joe Biden followed shortly after Harris, and was sworn in as the 46th president of the United … Continue reading America’s Day: Biden-Harris Sworn Into History

Presidential Inaugurations Then and Now

By Anthony Vidal  The Presidential inauguration, as well as the peaceful transition of power, are two of the main traditions that follow each new president of the United States. However, this year the transition of power cannot be called “peaceful,” and the presidential inauguration is not going to be as traditional as the rest.  Usually, … Continue reading Presidential Inaugurations Then and Now

The Diversity Effect in Children’s Media

By Ajmaanie Andre         During their last major investors meeting back in December Walt Disney had announced their new animated series line up for the upcoming years. Fans were especially ecstatic to hear that Disney's The Princess and the Frog will be getting an animated series — and as well as the introduction of Encanto, an … Continue reading The Diversity Effect in Children’s Media

The New Normal for the Film Industry

By Sofia Palomino Many upcoming TV shows and movies have had their productions come to a halt because of COVID-19, but several of them have been resuming their operations. The highly anticipated shows that were supposed to premiere during the fall season have now been pushed back to spring of 2021. The productions of the … Continue reading The New Normal for the Film Industry

Extracurriculars During COVID-19

By Michelle Mairena and Aileen Delgado Visiting the different booths, asking questions to the smiling student officers, and eagerly picking up a pen to sign a “Club Interest Form” during Club Rush is a defining high school experience for students. Joining an extracurricular school activity has always been a way in which students find their … Continue reading Extracurriculars During COVID-19

The Power of Artist’s Fashion Statements

By Jaylyn Gonzalez The power of art held by musical artists is rather underestimated. The art that they create helps us to identify with one another and expands our notions from a local scale to a global scale. In placing these popular artists on high platforms, one where their every move is criticized and promotions … Continue reading The Power of Artist’s Fashion Statements

TERRORIST ATTACK ON CAPITOL HILL

By Carlineissa Jean Francois The historical political upheavals that have transpired last year is visibly transitioning into the fresh start of 2021. Only three months back, on November 8, Joe Biden earned the title of ‘president-elect,’ surpassing President Trump by 74 electoral votes. Still, the president had vigorously dismissed the win, stating that there were … Continue reading TERRORIST ATTACK ON CAPITOL HILL

MLEC Student Creates Website Where He Shares His Skills In Form of Wallpapers

By Anthony Vidal Raynolds Romero is a student who enjoys the arts of digital design, photography and editing. On his website, Raynolds Cam, he shares his love for the arts with his original wallpapers for free.  Romero is a junior at Miami Lakes Educational Center (MLEC)  in the IT Academy, Web Design strand. During Thanksgiving … Continue reading MLEC Student Creates Website Where He Shares His Skills In Form of Wallpapers