Republican Strategist Lanhee Chen Visits the Students of JSA

By Karla Perez Junior State of America (JSA), the student-led organization that inspires students to share their voices in political matters, held a live Zoom on Friday. Republican strategist and policy advisor Lanhee Chen served as the guest speaker that many joined the live to listen to. Students were encouraged to attend the free event … Continue reading Republican Strategist Lanhee Chen Visits the Students of JSA

Ugh, Those Feels Again Retrospective

By Tyler Banks The fall is a rather gloomy season. It represents the mortality of all living things, and it can bring along a wave of emotions to come with it. Some feel sad that they must go, some feel happy they could experience life. But one thing always remains, and that is that they … Continue reading Ugh, Those Feels Again Retrospective

OPINION || The 5 Stages of Grief for Trump Supporters

By Anthony Vidal  Saturday, November 7, marked a day of jubilation for more than half of the United States when the state of Pennsylvania announced Joe Biden as the winner of the state. With those 21 electoral votes, he had enough to become the new President-Elect of the United States. However, another 70 million U.S. … Continue reading OPINION || The 5 Stages of Grief for Trump Supporters

You’ve Heard of Stories, Now Meet Fleets — Twitter’s Latest Feature

By Kymani Hughes Yesterday, Twitter released a new feature called Fleets, allowing users to post spur-of-the-moment photos or text that will automatically disappear after 24 hours. Fleets — as in “fleeting thoughts” — will roll out to all iPhone and Android users worldwide over the coming days, the company addressed. Twitter Fleets can cite tweets … Continue reading You’ve Heard of Stories, Now Meet Fleets — Twitter’s Latest Feature

Daniella Levine Cava Will be Miami-Dade County’s First Female Mayor: Here is What’s to Come

By Kymani Hughes  Daniella Levine Cava left a mark on the world on November 3rd as she became Miami-Dade County's first female mayor and the principal non-Cuban Mayor since Stephen Clark in the mid-1990s.  Her Republican rival Esteban "Steve" Bovo who lost to the Democrat said that Cava's mission "worked superbly to make the race … Continue reading Daniella Levine Cava Will be Miami-Dade County’s First Female Mayor: Here is What’s to Come

How to Deal with Parents Who Try to Impose their Political Views on You

By Kelly Sanchez It’s safe to say that most parents want the best for their child, but there’s a point where they cross a line. That is when they try to change who their children are. Children are their own people and they shouldn’t be told how to think and feel.  People are either happy … Continue reading How to Deal with Parents Who Try to Impose their Political Views on You

A Search For Peace: Positions Album Review

By: Jaylyn Gonzalez For the past three years, Ariana Grande—a long-standing pop and contemporary R&B artist—has been driven to shift her life towards a state of happiness and pleasure.  At just 27 years old, Grande has reached a point in life where she’s preserved trials and tribulations from the tragic 2017 Manchester Arena bombing during … Continue reading A Search For Peace: Positions Album Review

Kamala Harris Makes History: The First But Not The Last

By Jaylyn Gonzalez As of November 7th, Kamala Harris became the first woman, first woman of color, and first South Asian-American, to hold the title of Madam Vice President—surpassing Nancy Pelosi as the most powerful woman in Washington, D.C.  There is no shortage of “first’s” that have granted Harris her new elected title of the … Continue reading Kamala Harris Makes History: The First But Not The Last