What to Expect from Mandalorian Season Two

By Armando Bernal IV From Our October Issue The Disney+ Star Wars series The Mandalorian exceeded the expectations of many Star Wars fans upon the release of its successful first season. Set just a few years after Return of the Jedi, it displayed a timeline that every fan enjoyed. With the surprising twist at the … Continue reading What to Expect from Mandalorian Season Two

Too Soft for Comfort

By Kayla Cheung Amid lockdowns, people came across a whole new dilemma on deciding what to wear for work and school. A number of businesses had adapted to the quarantine-induced digital age following the coronavirus outbreak.  Companies are asking their employees to work from home in adherence to safety measures. To many, there wasn’t a … Continue reading Too Soft for Comfort

Can the Video Game Industry Regulate Itself?

By Armando Bernal IV Anyone who has played a video game in the past couple years would have probably run into a microtransaction—  small payments for in-game content. Microtransactions have been coined by the video game industries to tempt players into spending money. With so many games and so many temptations, it's hard to refuse … Continue reading Can the Video Game Industry Regulate Itself?

The Views of Voting-by-Mail During the 2020 Election

By Anthony Vidal From Our September Issue As the 2020 elections are approaching, it seems like questions are arising and there hasn’t been much answers. The two party foundation of the nation has led to opposing views in almost anything. One proposal that has been caught in the middle of these controversies has been the … Continue reading The Views of Voting-by-Mail During the 2020 Election

First Reported Case of COVID-19 at MLEC

By Kayla Cheung and Kevin Perez Three weeks after Miami Lakes Educational Center (MLEC) opened its gates for in-person learning, the first presumed student case of COVID-19 was announced. This positive case makes MLEC the fourth public school in the Miami Lakes area with a reported positive case, where Barbara Goleman Sr., Miami Lakes Middle, … Continue reading First Reported Case of COVID-19 at MLEC

Online Shopping: Retailers vs Amazon

By Sofia Palomino Amazon has truly taken over the world — and it certainly might as well be an empire. However, there are still some retailers that are doing everything they can to compete against the company. Last week, Amazon hosted its annual Prime Day deals event. Third-party sellers gained more than $3.5 billion this year, … Continue reading Online Shopping: Retailers vs Amazon