School Openings Around the Globe Amid COVID-19

By Anthony Vidal As September arrived, and summer got closer to an end, schools all around the world started opening. The worldwide reopening of schools has been an event like never seen before, as some countries were forced to refrain from in-person classes while others opened under strict measures. The US has opened schools differently … Continue reading School Openings Around the Globe Amid COVID-19

M-DCPS School Board Voted To Reopen Schools No Later Than October 14

By Fabiha Faruque Miami-Dade County Public Schools School Board voted on Tuesday to initiate reopenings on October 14. The re-institution of in-person classes is expected to endure a faltering process until the district is fully operational on October 21st. The board made their decision during an elongated Monday meeting. Having been extended for over 18 … Continue reading M-DCPS School Board Voted To Reopen Schools No Later Than October 14

Patriotism In the Classroom: Trump’s Latest Call to Action

By Samantha Jimenez President Trump’s most recent slew of controversial takes that he wishes to implement is his desire to change our education as we know it.  This announcement came in the middle of the ongoing Black Lives Matter movement, which has often been accompanied by people criticizing the nation as a whole and denying … Continue reading Patriotism In the Classroom: Trump’s Latest Call to Action

Phineas and Ferb: Candace Against the Universe Is A New Edition Worth Watching

By Kayla Cheung Whether it’s purely for nostalgic purposes or simply a genuine love for the show and movies, Phineas and Ferb will always hold a special place in Gen-Z’s hearts. While there is no doubt that making movie after movie as an expansion to a TV series that ended years ago usually goes terribly, … Continue reading Phineas and Ferb: Candace Against the Universe Is A New Edition Worth Watching

Sybrina Fulton — Adversity, Hope, and Waves of Change

By Michelle Mairena From our August issue On the night of February 26, 2012, Sybrina Fulton’s world was shaken and shattered. Her 17-year-old son, Trayvon Martin, was fatally shot as he returned to his father’s residence from a quick 7-Eleven trip in Sanford, Florida. Trayvon was unarmed, carrying nothing with him but a bag of … Continue reading Sybrina Fulton — Adversity, Hope, and Waves of Change

The President Downplayed the Virus — and It Costed Thousands of Lives

By Angely S. Pena-Agramonte There is undeniable evidence that President Donald Trump had been concealing the gravity of the pandemic from the citizens of the United States.  When asked for an update on the novel coronavirus back in February, just before his Marine One Departure,  the president responded with a faulty perception: “Yeah, we’re very … Continue reading The President Downplayed the Virus — and It Costed Thousands of Lives

School Board Unanimously Voted to Abandon K12

By Fabiha Faruque The Miami-Dade County School Board had unanimously voted to abandon the K12 online education program, the virtual school platform that raised harsh criticism across the district after a failed start to the remote 2020-2021 school year. Issues with K12 as a base for virtual learning had dominated the conversation during yesterday’s heated … Continue reading School Board Unanimously Voted to Abandon K12

Detroit 2: Big Sean’s Album Review

By Jaylyn Gonzalez & Tyler Banks With his previous album, Double Or Nothing, dropping in 2017, Big Sean — a long-time Hip-Hop artist — recently made his three-year debut by releasing Detroit 2—an album that many fans have long-anticipated from him. Being his fifth album to date, Sean made a decision to take steps back … Continue reading Detroit 2: Big Sean’s Album Review