Record-Breaking Anti-Trans Bills Are Being Considered

Hermes Falcon and Anthony Vidal From Our May/June Magazine 117: A record breaking number of anti-trans bills have been brought to the attention of Congress in 2021, 51 more than last year and a whopping 98 more than in 2019, according to the Human Rights Campaign.  After the Equality Act was passed throughout the United … Continue reading Record-Breaking Anti-Trans Bills Are Being Considered

Grey’s Anatomy: A Pandemic Season Success

By Kevin Perez  This story contains spoilers Grey's Anatomy, the long-running ABC medical drama, wrapped up its 17th season on Thursday night, leaving viewers with yet another nail-biting cliffhanger. Grey's Anatomy's 17th season premiered in November 2020 and consisted of 17 episodes.  The show jumped ahead a few months at the start of the season, … Continue reading Grey’s Anatomy: A Pandemic Season Success

Dual Enrollment: Online or In-Person?

By Kayla Cheung and Anthony Vidal Students in Miami-Dade County Public Schools with an unweighted grade-point average of at least a 3.0 have the opportunity to take free courses at Miami Dade College (MDC). These courses cover subjects ranging from the humanities and fine arts to more STEM-oriented topics. Students across MDCPS take advantage of … Continue reading Dual Enrollment: Online or In-Person?

No Help For The Neurodivergent Gifted

By Michelle Mairena Elisandra Fernandez first heard of the “gifted kid” label one morning in her first-grade class, when a teacher told her she was a good test-taker and belonged in the gifted student program — a program to academically accelerate high-achieving and fast-developing students. Fernandez didn’t understand what being ‘gifted’ meant, but when she … Continue reading No Help For The Neurodivergent Gifted