Irma Caused Destruction, and Brought the Community Together

By Daylin Delgado & Diana Rodriguez A record 8.3 million people lost power for days. Potentially dangerous debris littered the streets, traffic lights went out and many homes were destroyed. Irma definitely battered the Caribbean, Florida and several southeastern states. But the storm’s aftermath also showcased some of the very best in humanity. Communities came… Read More Irma Caused Destruction, and Brought the Community Together

Dolphins rack in season opener win against Chargers, 19-17

By Andres Cruz After their week one matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was postponed due to Hurricane Irma, the Miami Dolphins finally took the field on Sunday to play their season Opener during week two against the Los Angeles Chargers in Los Angeles. The game was closely contested the entire time, in what would… Read More Dolphins rack in season opener win against Chargers, 19-17

Emmy’s Turn Controversial and Political

By Luis Mila The 69th annual Emmys were opened by Stephen Colbert, with a comedic song and dance along to “Everything’s Better on TV” featuring Chance the Rapper. Naturally full of wit, Colbert sparked controversy with his political jokes and shady humor to fellow celebrities and government officials. Publications like the Huffington Post and The… Read More Emmy’s Turn Controversial and Political