And That’s on Plunger, Baby

By Kayla Cheung Photos by Kevin Perez On Wednesday, February 25th, actors from “Miami New Drama” performed The Caucasian Chalk Circle at Miami Lakes Educational Center’s (MLEC) auditorium. The play is originally a work of German playwright Bertolt Brecht, but it was adapted by Peter Romano, who directs this play for Miami New Drama, to … Continue reading And That’s on Plunger, Baby

We Are Proud and Always Will Be: Dominican Independence Day

By Angely Peña Dios, Patria, y, Libertad. These three words founded a nation that was in ruins. They gave glory to those who fought for liberty with their hearts, mind, and soul—and they removed the shackles of a country plagued by despotism. From a land ruled with hatred to a land built on trust and … Continue reading We Are Proud and Always Will Be: Dominican Independence Day

We Are One Pandemic Away from Mass Destruction And Here’s Why

By Fabiha Faruque Outbreaks of the current infectious disease, the Coronavirus, has instigated fear worldwide as people are concerned that the fast-spreading virus may inflict far too much harm before health officials can find not only a cure, but also a way to halt its expansion. The first case was detected in December 2019, and … Continue reading We Are One Pandemic Away from Mass Destruction And Here’s Why

Two Years After Parkland: #MSDSTRONG

By Michelle Mairena Updated version from an article we published last year. The morning of February 14, 2018 seemed like the start of any other school day at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.  What made this day special for students was that it was Valentine’s Day, and the campus was filled with clusters of students … Continue reading Two Years After Parkland: #MSDSTRONG

Senior Brunch Fashion for Him: From Dressing Like Boys To Men

By Abigail Rosales Before beginning to plan any outfit, the three most important fundamentals are: time, location, and colors (T.L.C.). Consider the time of day and location. There are two entirely different color palettes regarding daytime and evening outfits. The location is also very important, it establishes the type of attire, ambiance, and vibe that … Continue reading Senior Brunch Fashion for Him: From Dressing Like Boys To Men

The Irishman: A story of violence, excitement, and the urge to be better

By Roxana Casanueva DO NOT read if you haven’t seen The Irishman. Contains SPOILERS! Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman, follows the epic story of fading mob glamour. This gangster drama, which very much earned its extended run-time, is both a poignant and funny film that revisits some central themes in Scorsese’s work: depiction of violence, dark … Continue reading The Irishman: A story of violence, excitement, and the urge to be better

Black History: Relevant Yesterday. Relevant Today. Relevant Tomorrow.

By Ajmaanie Andre Black history is not something that is simply marked by a couple of days or a single day in a year—black history is a long list of achievements, cultural intricacies, and global impacts that have been established by the Black community for millennia. People often say that black history began with slavery … Continue reading Black History: Relevant Yesterday. Relevant Today. Relevant Tomorrow.