Drake’s “Certified Lover Boy” Album Review

By Zahir Stevens A slew of long-awaited music releases were released last Friday, including Drake's highly anticipated "Certified Lover Boy" or (“CLB”) album.  It has 21 tracks and was originally scheduled to be released in January 2021. Ironically, the album was released 9 months later, hence the album cover being the pregnant woman iPhone emoji.  … Continue reading Drake’s “Certified Lover Boy” Album Review

TXT’s Evolution Into “The Chaos Chapter: Fight or Escape”

By Angely S. Pena-Agramonte  TXT is a 5 member K-Pop group formed by HYBE Labels, formerly known as Big Hit Entertainment. They debuted with their title track Crown back in 2019 and have since then become known as monster rookies in the K-Pop scene. They have indisputably set their mark as one of the best … Continue reading TXT’s Evolution Into “The Chaos Chapter: Fight or Escape”

M-DCPS Updates Quarantine Protocols

By Kevin Perez Miami Dade County Public Schools officially reopened its doors to its approximate 356,086 students on Monday, August 23rd. For many students, this is their first time being on school grounds since early 2020 and it will certainly look different.  Prior to the schools reopening, the school board agreed on new COVID-19 guidelines, … Continue reading M-DCPS Updates Quarantine Protocols

A How-To Guide for Dominating the Uniform Dress Code

Kayla Cheung At Miami Lakes Educational Center, the art of sticking out like a sore thumb is becoming more difficult. As a result, the summer preceding the 2021-2022 school year at MLEC has become a time of readjustment for both new and returning students—a time to rearrange their wardrobes to accommodate the new dress code. … Continue reading A How-To Guide for Dominating the Uniform Dress Code

M-DCPS Approves Mask Mandate for 2021-22 School Year

By Fabiha Faruque Tension erupts within the state and as two South Floridian districts set out to implement rules that will require masks for the 2021-2022 school year. This comes weeks after Governor Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 21-175, allowing parents to decide whether their children should wear face coverings. Miami-Dade County Public Schools has … Continue reading M-DCPS Approves Mask Mandate for 2021-22 School Year

SOS Cuba

By Anthony Vidal Protests and marches against the Cuban government are taking place all around Cuba, in a never-seen-before series of events.  The country of Cuba has long been an example of a regime and a dictatorship. Since the end of the revolution on January 1st, 1959, the notorious Castro regime ruled with a heavy … Continue reading SOS Cuba

The Assassination of Jovenel Moise

By Carlineissa Jean Francois and Ajmaanie Andre On July 7th President Jovenel Moise, the fifty-eighth president of Haiti, was assassinated in the middle of the night in his home in Port-Au-Prince. During the attack, the first lady was also reportedly injured and was later moved to a secure location. The group of individuals who targeted … Continue reading The Assassination of Jovenel Moise