149 Killed in Latest Pakistan Terror Attack

By Krystal Alverio A devastating terrorist attack in Mastung, Pakistan in the south-western province of Balochistan,  has left 149 people dead and more than 180 injured at a campaign rally in what is now Pakistan’s second largest terrorist attack since the nation gained its independence in 1947. Local officials confirmed that the Mastung attacker had … Continue reading 149 Killed in Latest Pakistan Terror Attack


The Purge Movie Review

By Abigail Rosales This past July Fourth, one of the most iconic movie series in American film came out with their, what is assumed to be, final film. The Purge is a movie series that includes a total of four movies and the most recent addition that has been released in movie theaters around the … Continue reading The Purge Movie Review

What to Do This 4th of July

By Roxana Casanueva Fireworks, barbecues, and family picnics—the usual sight in Miami on the Fourth of July. There is so much more to do in Miami that is just as fun and as free as watching a traditional fireworks show. Here is a list of the top local attractions for the family this Independence Day: … Continue reading What to Do This 4th of July

Another Senseless Tragedy

By Sabine Joseph The tragedy that occurred at the Capital Gazette newsroom on Thursday reaffirms the legitimacy of two pressing issues we currently face that many have tried to sweep under the rug: our country has a major gun problem and our journalists are under attack. Jarrod W. Ramos, the suspected shooter, bought the 12-gauge … Continue reading Another Senseless Tragedy

Superintendents Meet to Discuss School Safety

By Abigail Castro On June 25, Broward County Superintendent Robert Runcie and Miami-Dade County Superintendent Alberto Carvalho, joined a 12-member panel of local students, parents and teachers to discuss school safety ahead of the upcoming academic year. https://twitter.com/nbc6/status/1011237065487417345 The issue of school safety has been at the forefront of discussion in South Florida education following … Continue reading Superintendents Meet to Discuss School Safety

Superintendent Alberto Carvalho Speaks out on Immigration Policy

By Nathalie Del Valle and Devin Dubon Miami-Dade County Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho has taken a stance on the controversial policy that separates children from their parents after they enter the country illegally. This change came after the widespread publicity of one of these holding facilities located in Homestead. On Twitter, Carvalho revealed that … Continue reading Superintendent Alberto Carvalho Speaks out on Immigration Policy

XXX Tentacion Confirmed Dead

Gabriella Licona Jahseh Onfroy, commonly known as XXX Tentacion, has been confirmed dead by Florida police this Monday. XXX Tentacion was seen in Deerfield beach at a motorcycle dealership last before being shot. Reports show that while in critical condition in the hospital, Onfroy fell into a coma and was unresponsive until pronounced dead. https://twitter.com/ap/status/1008849096923320321?s=21Continue reading XXX Tentacion Confirmed Dead

MLEC Tops Last Year’s Test Scores

  By Yasmine Mezawi Through trial and error, through countless restless nights of doing homework and projects, and through the never-ending cycle of studying, Miami Lakes Educational Center students have achieved yet another milestone. Even when the school has almost reached the summit of excellence, the students’ dedication always seems to surpass everyone’s expectations. The … Continue reading MLEC Tops Last Year’s Test Scores

Class of 2018, Over and Out

By Yasmine Mezawi Another school year has come to an end and with that another class graduates. Class of 2018, being MLEC’s 16th graduating class, have now been set to venture out into the real world. On June 6th, a set of new alumni were released into the “wild” world to start their own lives. … Continue reading Class of 2018, Over and Out