2016 Republican National Convention

By Elizabeth Gonzalez Although countless Americans have already voted for their Republican presidential nominee, the nominee is not chosen until the Republican delegates vote during the Republican National Convention (RNC). The RNC is a four day convention filled with speeches, delegates voting, and celebration. This year was the 41st year of the RNC and it … Continue reading 2016 Republican National Convention

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The MLEC Family Loses a Beloved Friend and Teacher, Ms. Susi Loses her Battle With Cancer

By Neyda Borges Jennie Susi Taylor found joy in helping others. It was that spirit of giving that led her to her life’s work: teaching. Her spirit never wavered, despite a 10 year battle with cancer. Throughout her struggles with surgeries, medications, and chemotherapy, she taught her students, her friends and her family about love, … Continue reading The MLEC Family Loses a Beloved Friend and Teacher, Ms. Susi Loses her Battle With Cancer

Here’s the Glitch: Apple Beta Software isn’t Ready

By Veronica Rarick When I first downloaded the Apple iOS Beta Software, I didn't notice much of a difference— only the the purple feedback app on my home screen. After using my phone, however, I noticed several other changes, good and bad. The Apple Beta software introduced a built-in feedback app which serves to create … Continue reading Here’s the Glitch: Apple Beta Software isn’t Ready

BlackLivesMatter: A Growing Movement in the Light of Violence

By Juanita Cardona People’s chants of “no justice, no peace” echoed along the streets of Baton Rouge, Wynwood, Ft. Lauderdale, downtown Milwaukee, and other cities across the nation as they stood together in solidarity and in protest of the latest black lives taken by the police: Alton Sterling and Philando Castile. On July 5, the … Continue reading BlackLivesMatter: A Growing Movement in the Light of Violence

One Sniper, Five Lives: A Peaceful Protest Gone Wrong

By Daniela Morales Following two days led by gun violence, resulting in the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, protesters organized a peaceful protest in downtown Dallas, Texas on Thursday, July 7. This protest was like many others taking place around the country in response to police brutality. The difference was, in downtown Dallas, … Continue reading One Sniper, Five Lives: A Peaceful Protest Gone Wrong

West Palm’s Warped Tour: 21 Years In The Making

By Diana Rodriguez Hardcore, deathcore, pop punk, emo, glam metal—these are some of the few genres that you may or may not have heard at the newly-renamed Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre on July 3, 2016. Since its first ever date in 1995, Warped Tour has continuously offered a safe haven for people around the nation. With over … Continue reading West Palm’s Warped Tour: 21 Years In The Making

A Night With Blurryface at Twenty One Pilot’s Emotional Roadshow

By Kaitlyn Pujols Imagine an alternate reality where you’re surrounded by hundreds of people who all have at least one thing in common: a love for the bizarre. Today, the word “extra” means nothing because at a Twenty One Pilots concert, they've pulled out all the stops. Beginning with a small crowd in their garage … Continue reading A Night With Blurryface at Twenty One Pilot’s Emotional Roadshow

What’s New on Netflix

By Elizabeth Gonzalez Netflix is a popular and highly addictive media streaming service that allows its members to watch movies, shows, and recently, anime. Netflix is the website you find yourself on when you’re bored and there is nothing “good” on T.V.  It’s the app that always has you saying  “just one more episode”. According … Continue reading What’s New on Netflix