President Trump Fires FBI Director James B. Comey

By Carolina Espinal National shockwaves ensued after President Trump’s precipitated verdict reached news outlets. Trump’s decision to discharge F.B.I. director James B. Comey, the law enforcement official conducting a criminal investigation into the Trump administration’s ties with the Russian government and the outcome of the 2016 presidential election, came at a time of intensified Russian … Continue reading President Trump Fires FBI Director James B. Comey

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Another Year of Successful Capstones for Miami Lakes Educational Center’s Journalism Seniors

By Valeria Bula and Sabine Joseph Before the cap and gown, before singing the alma mater, before the diploma, seniors at Miami Lakes Educational center must complete their Capstone Presentation, the culmination of  three years of journalism education comes together at the end of the student's’ senior year as they deliver their presentations to a panel … Continue reading Another Year of Successful Capstones for Miami Lakes Educational Center’s Journalism Seniors

Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart Visits MLEC

By Alexandra Reboredo There is always something going on at Miami Lakes Educational Center. Everyday, the halls of the school are traveled by ambitious students, a group of them being those in Dr. Raffington’s finance class, who were recently visited by Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart. Those Entrepreneurship students participated in the “Capitol Hill Challenge: Stock Market” … Continue reading Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart Visits MLEC

Seven Last Minute DIY Gifts for Mother’s Day

By Luz Mosquera All good children know Mother’s Day is on Sunday and have flowers ordered, a thoughtful card written, and a wonderful day planned out, with a gift as the cherry on top. If not, now that a handmade drawing might not cut it, here are some DIY gifts you can give to your … Continue reading Seven Last Minute DIY Gifts for Mother’s Day

Guest Speakers Peter Siegel and Alejandro Leiva Come to MLEC

By Edysmar Diaz-Cruz MIAMI LAKES - Journalism and Law, two seemingly distinct fields, came together on May 4 as lawyers Peter Siegel and Alejandro Leiva, visited The Harbinger newspaper staff. The two spoke of their experiences at law school before becoming labor and employment lawyers at Greenspoon Marder Firm. In high school, Siegel took a … Continue reading Guest Speakers Peter Siegel and Alejandro Leiva Come to MLEC

Prom Night: Big Night, Big Costs

By Sarah Lemos Prom is the night that represents the beginning of the end of senior’s time in high school— the night that most seniors will remember forever. However, preparations to make this night the best can get expensive with costs adding up to over $1,000. Here are some ways to save money on prom. … Continue reading Prom Night: Big Night, Big Costs

The Marine Photo Scandal

By Valeria Bula In the past few years, advancements have been made for women in fields such as business, space, and other sciences. The same does not apply for women in the military who seem to be amongst the furthest from obtaining equity in their career. Recently, photos of nude women, including those of United … Continue reading The Marine Photo Scandal

U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen Will Retire From Congress

By Dru Barcelo Ileana Ros-Lehtinen recently announced that she was retiring from Congress at the end of her term next year. A Cuban-born, Republican affiliate, Ros-Lehtinen served for over 35 years, making her the most senior U.S. representative from Florida. Ros-Lehtinen took oath to office in 1989, breaking a glass ceiling for Latina women and … Continue reading U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen Will Retire From Congress