Sunday Night’s Moon, Sun, and Earth Show

By Daniela Morales This past Sunday the Sun, the Earth, and the moon lined up perfectly for about one hour and 12 minutes forming the famous Super Blood Moon. The phenomenon started off at 10:11 pm ET and peaked at 10:47 pm ET with the whole sphere showered in a reddish hue. “You’re basically seeing … Continue reading Sunday Night’s Moon, Sun, and Earth Show

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Venezuela’s Deportation of Colombian Migrants: A Humanitarian Emergency

By Cesar Zafra What used to be a consistently active international bridge now isolates two neighboring countries from easy access to each other. The Simón Bólivar Bridge connects Venezuela and Colombia, allowing thousands of migrants to travel back and forth rather than having to migrate through the inconvenient rural paths of the land. Venezuela, a … Continue reading Venezuela’s Deportation of Colombian Migrants: A Humanitarian Emergency

American Football Comes to a Confused Beginning

By Christian Steiner  America, legal trouble, and concussions–three things that should come to mind when the NFL returns for its 95th season. America’s most brutal sport found its way back to living rooms and sport bars on September and the results were a mixed bag of surprise and correct premonition. The game of the night … Continue reading American Football Comes to a Confused Beginning

An Uber Decision: Taxis Lose Advantage in Court

By Daylin Delgado The story of Uber, a transportation company for more than just people, began in 2008 at a LeWeb conference in Paris. Co-founders, Travis Kalanick and Garrett Camp, began working on a quick, mobile service that could solve the issue of waiting for taxis that never come. In 2010, the company was sending … Continue reading An Uber Decision: Taxis Lose Advantage in Court

Second Republican Debate: Outstanding Candidates’ Stances on Pressing Issues

By Veronica Rarick and Daniela Morales The Republican debate on September 16th was the second of the election season. Carly Fiorina who was in the "little league" debate the first time, now made her way up to the prime time debate, joining the 10 other highest polling candidates. This is a recap of the debate showing … Continue reading Second Republican Debate: Outstanding Candidates’ Stances on Pressing Issues

European Migrant Crisis: What’s Happening

By Carolina Espinal It was the outbreak that circled every social media platform, it was the wave that impacted countries worldwide and it was the global phenomenon that triggered an immediate call to action: the European migrant crisis- otherwise known as the European refugee crisis emerged from a surge of refugees and migrants coming into … Continue reading European Migrant Crisis: What’s Happening

iPhone 6s: What’s to come

by Alexandra Reboredo Apple’s product release event had everyone, in the audience and at home, at the edge of their seats. From an iPad Pro, to an Apple pencil, a new iOS software, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. This event created a stir on social media. The final reveal was the unveiling of the … Continue reading iPhone 6s: What’s to come

MLEC Hosts Annual Club Rush: Which did you join?

By Gabriella Indart As lunch approaches from September 8th to September 10th, students at Miami Lakes Educational Center (MLEC) won’t be worrying about how much their stomachs are growling, but instead which club is the right fit for them. Whether it’s MLEC’s Jagettes or American Sign Language Club, this week only students will be able … Continue reading MLEC Hosts Annual Club Rush: Which did you join?