Affordable and Fun Places to Eat After Homecoming

By Tyler Banks At the end of a magical homecoming night, many students are famished and low on cash. With many restaurants closing by the time the event ends, it would be hard for anyone to find a tasty, affordable and open restaurant to enter. Here are a few of the best cheap and affordable … Continue reading Affordable and Fun Places to Eat After Homecoming

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MLEC’s Debates: An Interactive Experience

By Samantha Jimenez Students at Miami Lakes Educational Center (MLEC) proved, once again, that young people are not the uninformed, apathetic generation people make them out to be. The Harbinger and Junior State of America (JSA) hosted a mock gubernatorial debate and a mock senatorial debate four days before Election Day. The audience, composed of … Continue reading MLEC’s Debates: An Interactive Experience

Indulge Magazine: Insight Scoop by Evan S. Benn, Editor-in-Chief

By Devin Dubon and Gabriella Licona To entertain, to nourish, to pamper. INDULGE Magazine fits its name. The Miami Herald’s luxury lifestyle magazine explores the culture, beauty, fashion and food in Miami. Evan Benn, the editor-in-chief, discussed the magazine, journalism and life in Miami. “Miami is a rich, diverse place,” said Benn, who first lived … Continue reading Indulge Magazine: Insight Scoop by Evan S. Benn, Editor-in-Chief

The 46th Annual FSPA Journalism Day Brings Together Florida Journalism Students

By Daniel Gonzalez Saturday morning on October 27, the Florida Scholastic Press Association held its 46th annual South Florida Journalism Day convention at FIU. MLEC along with other schools such as Coral Gables, FIU Mast, Columbus, Ferguson, Felix Varela, Homestead were there, and so were many more. The event began with three students from Stoneman … Continue reading The 46th Annual FSPA Journalism Day Brings Together Florida Journalism Students

Cinema Clash: Critics and Moviegoers at War over “Venom”

“Venom” is the perfect movie for the casual moviegoer. Unlike other Marvel movies, every part of it can be enjoyed without the plaguing worry over not having seen the dozen others before it. There are no references to an “incident” or characters whose names no one has bothered to remember; it stands tall on its … Continue reading Cinema Clash: Critics and Moviegoers at War over “Venom”

Miami Dade Teachers Could See Salary Increase with Referendum 362

By Karla Perez Children spend more time at school than anywhere else. Other than parents, teachers are – arguably – the most influential adults in a child’s life. Yet, despite the awesome responsibility that comes with educating, coaching and caring for the world’s future leaders, Florida’s teachers make well below the national average. Standardized testing … Continue reading Miami Dade Teachers Could See Salary Increase with Referendum 362

Florida Governor’s Debate Recap

By Gabriella Licona Yesterday, Sunday night, CNN hosted a 1-hour debate between the two nominees fighting for the Florida Governor position. Ron DeSantis (Republican) and Andrew Gillum (Democrat) argued in a heated debate with snide comments and petty rebuttals while attempting to sway the audience with their proposals. With only 70 seconds to state their … Continue reading Florida Governor’s Debate Recap