What To Do This Winter Break

By Christine Romero This winter break, don’t have a blank calendar or do the same boring old things as last year. There’s a million things to do here in Miami that go unnoticed. So, to ensure that your winter break is not only restful and relaxing, but also fun and exciting, here are a few … Continue reading What To Do This Winter Break

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How to Stay Organized During Winter Break

By Daylin Delgado Winter break is a time for students to relax and get together with family, enjoying the holidays and awaiting the new year. But it can also be a time of procrastination, with winter assignments forgotten until the last minute. Here are some tips on how to keep paced and stress free this … Continue reading How to Stay Organized During Winter Break

#ISISCrisis, A Year Past

By Christian Steiner & Kaitlyn Pujols A little over a year ago, The Harbinger hosted their first #ISISCrisis twitter chat. Now we are on our second outing with the same hashtag, raising lively discussion on many of the same issues from a year ago: vetting of refugees, military action, should there be boots on the … Continue reading #ISISCrisis, A Year Past

Tired and Lifeless, President Obama Addresses the San Bernardino Shooting

By Gabriella Indart This is it. For the third time only during his presidency, President Obama has decided to address the entire nation from the Oval Office - a space hailed as a place of business and emergency. After the San Bernardino shooting in California, President Obama was expected to focus on the ongoing terrorist … Continue reading Tired and Lifeless, President Obama Addresses the San Bernardino Shooting

FDA Targets Inaccurate Medical Tests

By Daylin Delgado The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has been targeting inaccurate medical tests that have provoked unnecessary abortions, surgeries, prescriptions and an increase in medical costs. In the growing industry of laboratory-developed tests, the federal administration has been searching for ways to regulate and create stricter standards. Some recent laboratory-developed tests haven’t been … Continue reading FDA Targets Inaccurate Medical Tests

MLEC’s Jaguars Attend Fourth Day of Xavier Cortada’s Art Exhibit, CLIMA

By Edysmar Diaz-Cruz & Jennifer Perez Students from Miami Lakes Educational Center joined panelists December 3, 2015  for “Green Generation” at the Milander Center for Arts and Entertainment where they discussed the issues of climate change and rising sea-levels, the integration of art with science, and the importance of making effective environmental changes. This panel is … Continue reading MLEC’s Jaguars Attend Fourth Day of Xavier Cortada’s Art Exhibit, CLIMA

One More Species at the Brink of Extinction

By Joyce Cardenas With the death of Nola, a 41-year-old Northern White Rhino, an impending extinction draws closer as only three of her kind are left on Earth.  Nola was suffering from a bacterial infection and some other age related health issues. As the infection grew worse, the veterinarians decided to end Nola’s pain and … Continue reading One More Species at the Brink of Extinction

Extremist Group Behind Attack on Mali

By Alexandra Reboredo One week after the Paris attacks, terrorists targeted a busy international hotel in the former French colony of Mali’s capital, killing 19 people. Heavily-armed men raided the Radisson Blu in Bamako, Mali, shouting “God is great” in Arabic. They aimed and shot aimlessly as guests frantically searched for cover around the hotel. … Continue reading Extremist Group Behind Attack on Mali