Ms. Handley: 44 Years of Teaching with a Happy Ending

By Christian Steiner “Your health is your wealth,” quoted Nancy Handley as she plans to abide to her own rules of remaining fit after finalizing the last of her 44 years of teaching in physical education on Wednesday November 26, 2014. Starting in 1970, Ms. Handley has been improving student lives both physically and mentally. … Continue reading Ms. Handley: 44 Years of Teaching with a Happy Ending

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2014 MDCPS Student Journalism Forum

By Vivian Bermudez Miami-Dade County Public Schools hosted the annual Student Journalism Forum on November 25th, 2014,  an event where journalistic professionals are invited to share their expertise and wisdom with student journalists from across Miami-Dade County. This year's panelist were David Ovalle, writer for The Miami Herald, Ana Cuervo, anchor for Telemundo 51 News, … Continue reading 2014 MDCPS Student Journalism Forum

Ferguson: A Timeline and Verdict

By Nathalie Mairena It was a Saturday when Michael and his friend were stopped by a police officer. When ordered to get off the sidewalk, the two went on their way. Witnesses say that there was struggle between the police and Michael, with the officer in the patrol car and Michael still outside. A gunshot … Continue reading Ferguson: A Timeline and Verdict

FSU Shooting by Vivian Bermudez

It started shortly after midnight – gun shots blasted through Strozier Library on the Florida State University campus early Thursday morning. Three students were injured during the attack. Officials at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare hospital said doctors were treating two victims for gunshot wounds. One is currently in critical condition while the other has been stabilized. … Continue reading FSU Shooting by Vivian Bermudez

FCKH8: Feminism Done Wrong by Carina Vo

FCKH8, a for-profit organization driven by a number of social causes, recently released a video entitled “F-BOMBS FOR FEMINISM: Potty Mouthed Princesses Use Bad Word For Good Cause”, which featured a handful of young girls doing just that: dropping “f-bombs” in the name of feminism, instead calling phrases like “be pretty” and “pay inequality” the … Continue reading FCKH8: Feminism Done Wrong by Carina Vo

FCKH8: Feminism Done Wrong

By Carina Vo FCKH8, a for-profit organization driven by a number of social causes, recently released a video entitled “F-BOMBS FOR FEMINISM: Potty Mouthed Princesses Use Bad Word For Good Cause”, which featured a handful of young girls doing just that: dropping “f-bombs” in the name of feminism, instead calling phrases like “be pretty” and … Continue reading FCKH8: Feminism Done Wrong

An Eventful NFL Midseason by Christian Steiner

This month, the NFL has played off like dramatized soap opera or even a session of Grand Theft Auto - there have been more arrested players, plea deals, underdogs, and more controversies than a M. Night Shymalan movie. The amount of legal issues has captured the attention of feminists, lawyers, and various news sites. Our … Continue reading An Eventful NFL Midseason by Christian Steiner

#MLECFLGov by Sana Chaudhry

MIAMI LAKES - Millennials: Uninformed? Disinterested? Apathetic? Miami Lakes Educational Center students continue to disprove these superficial stereotypes. On the eve of the gubernatorial election, students hosted a mock debate. Two students, Mario Font and Elizabeth Martinez, represented the candidates – Republican Rick Scott and Democrat Charlie Crist. And, Stephanie Brito, a junior moderated the … Continue reading #MLECFLGov by Sana Chaudhry