5 Activities to Distract Singles on Valentine’s Day

By Rozany Guzman With Valentine’s Day around the corner, couples are making reservations to their favorite restaurants, parents are searching for affordable babysitters, and teens are buying Valentine grams at school. However, there are some people who won’t be enjoying this celebration: the singles. With all the activities going on solely for couples, there is… Read More 5 Activities to Distract Singles on Valentine’s Day

ICYMI: Currents from Cuba Presentation at MLEC

By Daniel Gonzalez Last Monday, February 5th, MLEC invited all its science classes during to view a presentation about Cuban wild life, plants and environment. It was presented by Rich Kern, a nature documentary film director. He created the film called, “Currents from Cuba,” which documented his adventures into Cuba as he focused on the… Read More ICYMI: Currents from Cuba Presentation at MLEC

Why Football and the Super Bowl are Staples in American culture

By Krystal Alverio For more than 100 years, baseball was crowned as America’s favorite pastime, but over time, it seems football has taken over the throne. The NFL’s – National Football League – rise to power came about in the 1920’s around the same time the television began to pop up in American homes. The… Read More Why Football and the Super Bowl are Staples in American culture

NBC 6 Reporter Darryl Forges Visits MLEC

By Gabriella Licona Darryl Forges, a reporter for NBC 6, visited Miami Lakes Educational Center’s newsroom on Thursday and discussed journalism, work ethic and the 24-hour news cycle with The Harbinger staff. A huge thanks to @DarrylNBC6 for coming into the Pink Room journalism class yesterday and teaching us all you know from experience. Glad… Read More NBC 6 Reporter Darryl Forges Visits MLEC