The Ultimate Summer 2020 Fashion Guide

By Kymani Hughes So far this year has been an absolute train wreck. With the coronavirus taking over our lives, many of us have settled comfortably into our quarantine lifestyle and have given up going out and dressing up for the summertime. Yet while staying home, we are still figuring out ways to enjoy fashion … Continue reading The Ultimate Summer 2020 Fashion Guide

How The Pandemic Triggers Socio-Economic Setbacks on Gender Equality

By Fabiha Faruque Decades upon centuries, gender equality has always been a complicated topic. The very foundation that opened numerous opportunities for women is known to be more than just a human right, it is a necessary phenomenon that signifies our progress in balancing social norms and power structures.  Yet, what makes women empowerment and … Continue reading How The Pandemic Triggers Socio-Economic Setbacks on Gender Equality

MDCPS Officials Disclose Plans To Approach 2020-2021 School Year

By Fabiha Faruque Under assertions of the Miami-Dade County Public Schools (MDCPS), the reopening of all public institutions amidst the COVID-19 pandemic is more than likely. Earlier via a live Zoom meeting, MDCPS officials had announced the details of reopening plans for the 2020-2021 school year. Miami-Dade Public Schools superintendent Alberto Carvalho elaborated with a … Continue reading MDCPS Officials Disclose Plans To Approach 2020-2021 School Year

The Anti-Racism Curriculum—Addressing the Issue In Miami-Dade Schools

By Tyler Banks In the wake of Black Lives Matter protests, a pandemic, and presidential rallies, the country has been forced to make changes; namely, in the school district of Miami-Dade County, plans are already being put to play as a result of the issues that the nation is currently facing.  Change is inevitable.  With … Continue reading The Anti-Racism Curriculum—Addressing the Issue In Miami-Dade Schools

Inside the Miami Dolphins High School Media Day

By Kevin Perez The Miami Dolphins High School Media Day is a South Florida tradition. High School journalists have the opportunity to meet the team’s rookie class and ask questions; however, like most events in the COVID-19 era, this year's media day was hosted online.  Student journalists across South Florida were invited to register for … Continue reading Inside the Miami Dolphins High School Media Day

Get Ready For Your CLOSE- [UP], Jaguars!

By Ajmaanie Andre  Students at Miami Lakes Educational Center have a lot to say as they wait in anticipation for the Alpha & Omega yearbook to come out. This year's yearbook, formally titled as CLOSE-[UP],  is much more than just a yearbook. Magnifying its purpose throughout the previous years, CLOSE-[UP] was designed to shine a … Continue reading Get Ready For Your CLOSE- [UP], Jaguars!

The Supreme Court’s Ruling To Protect LGBT Employees Forbids Discrimination In The Workforce

By Vanessa Falcon Many would say that discrimination has no place in America. And while the political culture of beleaguering anti-discrimination laws demonstrate otherwise — such as the scandalous rollback on healthcare rights for transgender patients — laws are being implemented simultaneously to counterattack such proceedings.  The Court’s recent decision to advance LGBT rights in … Continue reading The Supreme Court’s Ruling To Protect LGBT Employees Forbids Discrimination In The Workforce