By Ericka Miller Summer is a time to reinvent your style, to step outside of your comfort zone, and to have fun with something new; it’s a time to have fun with all things trendy from head to toe now that we’ve been relieved from our bland school uniforms. If you're looking to stay in … Continue reading Trends of Summer 2k17
By Alexandra Reboredo “This will be great if we get it done and if we don’t get it done it’s going to be something that we’re not going to like and that’s OK and I can understand that,” says President Trump on the development of one of his main campaign promises: repealing and replacing Obamacare. … Continue reading What’s to Come of Health Care with the Senate’s Plan
By Valeria Bula For the first time in history, Miami Dade County Public Schools has defeated failure. In the culmination of this victorious feat were the 94% of 392 public schools in Miami Dade County who received the letter grades A, B or C. https://twitter.com/ariodzernbc6/status/880091031865368576 https://twitter.com/MiamiSup/status/880117119404449795 From this, only 39% of these 392 schools … Continue reading MLEC is Once Again, an “A” School
By Luz Mosquera David Beckham is one of Britain’s most iconic soccer player who is also known for various worldwide advertisements and a pop culture staple. Back in 2014 Beckham mentioned his quest to build a stadium in Miami, with the ambition of bringing a stadium to one of Miami’s poorest neighborhoods in an area … Continue reading David Beckham’s Miami Stadium: What’s Going On?
By Robyn Forbes Along with the summertime comes a bit more free time for most of us, and that usually leaves us figuring out ways to ward off boredom. Nowadays, however, with an endless arsenal of technology around us, there is always something to do. Here is a list of interesting and convenient pieces of … Continue reading Cool Tech and Gadgets for the Summer
By Sabine Joseph Wednesday June 14 in Alexandria, Virginia shots rang out and chaos ensued after 66 year old James T. Hodgkinson opened fire during an early morning practice for the annual congressional charity baseball game. Two firearms -- an SKS rifle 7.62 and a 9 mm pistol -- were found on the scene and … Continue reading Victims Still in Critical Condition After Wednesday’s Virginia Shooting
By Daylin Delgado With Father’s Day right around the corner, it may feel as if the common gifts--cologne, Hallmark cards, items of his favorite hobby--aren’t enough for the man that has provided love and support for as long as memory serves. However, there’s no need to worry because there are simple yet effective ways to … Continue reading How To Make Your Father Feel Special This Father’s Day
By Dru Barcelo “I don’t recall it” or “I can’t comment” are the famous phrases coming from Attorney General Jeff Sessions during his testimony in front of the Intelligence Committee. The meeting is a result of suspicion of Sessions in relation to the Russian Probe, with Democrats pressing him on his conversations with President Trump … Continue reading Jeff Sessions: Protector of the Law, or President Trump?
By Dru Barcelo Just a month ago, Former FBI Director James Comey was fired from his post by President Donald Trump. Though the President did not need a reason to fire the director, questions arose from the contradicting - and later non-sensible - explanations that were given for his firing. James Comey appeared in front … Continue reading The Truth Unfolds with James Comey’s Testimony
By Dru Barcelo Last Sunday Morning during Memorial Day weekend in the Hollywood Transit Center in Portland, Oregon, two Portland men, 53-year-old Ricky John Best and 23-year-old Taliesin Myrddin Namkai Meche, were fatally stabbed on the light-rail train after they tried to stop a man from shouting anti-Muslim insults at teenager Destinee Hudson and her … Continue reading Portland Stabbing: A Shed of Humanity in a Crime of Hate