Christian Paredes: A Celebration by Michan Walsh

Christian Paredes was a senior in the Medical Assistant strand of the Health academy at Miami Lakes Educational Center. On Wednesday, May 21st, he fell suddenly ill, and on Tuesday, May 27th, he died of heart failure.But how he died is irrelevant. The true story is about how he lived.Christian was a complex man with … Continue reading Christian Paredes: A Celebration by Michan Walsh

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What’s In Store for Marvel? by Salwa Raza

Spoilers ahead:In the events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, it is revealed that HYDRA had – over the course of 70 years – infiltrated the ranks of SHIELD. This is was a shock to many moviegoers, and this shock will change the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Agents of SHIELD forever.Phase 2 – phases are the Marvel movies that take place before an Avenger … Continue reading What’s In Store for Marvel? by Salwa Raza

On Rescheduling the Park Screening of Frozen by Ruth Reyes

Dear Town of Miami Lakes,I know that I’m too old to complain about this – seeing as half the children my age were playing basketball, or exercising, instead of competing against five year-olds for better seats – but I would appreciate it if the Frozen screening at Miami Lakes West Park was rescheduled -- quickly.As you … Continue reading On Rescheduling the Park Screening of Frozen by Ruth Reyes

It’s Not the Media’s Responsibility to Make Us Feel Good About Ourselves by Julissa Higgins

Put into simplest terms, magazines make money off of models, and if having thin models or digitally altering them sells, then it’s good for business. And if you really start thinking about the science behind this, it’s genius. It doesn’t mean it’s morally or ethically right, but from a strict, business standpoint, it’s genius. We … Continue reading It’s Not the Media’s Responsibility to Make Us Feel Good About Ourselves by Julissa Higgins

A Recap of Your Favorite Finals by Alejandra Mendoza

Tuesday night was a busy night on television – between the second Miami Heat playoff game against the Indiana Pacers, the Dancing with the Stars finale and The Voice finale, watchers were furiously flipping between channels in an effort to catch everything and miss nothing.Game 2 at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana left the … Continue reading A Recap of Your Favorite Finals by Alejandra Mendoza

The Young Men’s Prom Guide To Fresh Fashion by Michan Walsh

Men of the world, listen hard and listen close. Prom is right around the corner, and you need to be prepared for one of the most memorable nights of your (so far) short life.Unless you want to disappoint your date by falling short of true greatness, or worse, spend a fatal amount of money on a … Continue reading The Young Men’s Prom Guide To Fresh Fashion by Michan Walsh

Federal Government Comes Down on College Rape Cases by Vivian Bermudez

The federal government has been cracking down on the issue of rape across college campuses in the United States. This has come to light as rape victims have increasingly gone public, continuously filing formal federal charges and plastering it across social media.It has caused the White House to release a “1 is 2 Many” public … Continue reading Federal Government Comes Down on College Rape Cases by Vivian Bermudez

5 Tips for Being Ready on SAT Test Day by Julissa Higgins

For a lot of us, especially high school juniors, the SAT is an everyday worry. We worry about getting good scores or what will happen to us if we fail. The good news is that there are tricks that will help with overcoming testing anxiety. Whether you are taking the SAT for the first or second … Continue reading 5 Tips for Being Ready on SAT Test Day by Julissa Higgins

Game 1 Thoughts? The Miami Heat Can Actually Beat the Brooklyn Nets by Lessenitt Campos

After being swept 0-4 in the regular season, the Miami Heat came out strong and secured the first win of the NBA Eastern Conference semifinals against the Brooklyn Nets.Two-time NBA Championship MVP LeBron James scored 22 points and finished 10-for-15 from the field to beat the Nets 107-86 in Game 1. Ray Allen scored 19 … Continue reading Game 1 Thoughts? The Miami Heat Can Actually Beat the Brooklyn Nets by Lessenitt Campos

Mother’s Day Gift Ideas! by Maria Vasquez

It’s May, which means Mother’s Day is right around the corner. It can be pretty hard to please your mother on a regular day, let alone on a day where children’s single goal across the nation is to make their mothers smile. It’s a challenge, but it’s not impossible. And, if you’re broke, clueless, or … Continue reading Mother’s Day Gift Ideas! by Maria Vasquez