ICYMI: The 25th Annual American Music Awards

By Luis Mila  The 25th annual American Music Awards opened with an amazing performance with, as Jamie Foxx announces, “two of the world’s most powerful voices,” P!nk and Kelly Clarkson, who sang R.E.M’s “Everybody Hurts”. More performances were held at the arena by the nation’s favorite performers, among them were Shawn Mendez, Christina Aguilera, Lady… Read More ICYMI: The 25th Annual American Music Awards

ICYMI: MLEC’s 2017 Homecoming Pep Rally

By Rozany Guzman This year's Homecoming Pep Rally was hyped and a perfect way to kick off Spirit Week! #MLECSpiritweek @HarbingerMLEC pic.twitter.com/GEwNeXryZQ — Rozany Guzman (@rozany_guzman) November 10, 2017 The Miami Lakes Educational Center student body had been sitting on pins and needles waiting for the Pep Rally to begin, a mix of many different… Read More ICYMI: MLEC’s 2017 Homecoming Pep Rally

A Teacher’s Perspective: Does History Truly Repeat Itself?

By Luz Mosquera Over the years history has changed in several ways. As new generations rise, some conflicts burn out while others are still fervently present. After political tension and countless wars, many believe the government has indeed changed for the worst. Meanwhile, many others see improvement. Most, if not all, of the student body… Read More A Teacher’s Perspective: Does History Truly Repeat Itself?

Jaguars Take Part in the Veteran’s Day Parade

By Sabine Joseph The Town of Miami Lakes hosted its 38th Annual Veteran’s Day Parade this Sunday, and it was a truly beautiful scene. Instruments shined gold and silver in the sunlight as the Marches of the Armed Forces and other familiar songs emanated from them. Girl Scouts excitedly zoomed about on scooters. Dancers clad… Read More Jaguars Take Part in the Veteran’s Day Parade

Baphumelele: Creating Opportunity for HIV/Aids Stricken Children

By Robyn Forbes Khayelitsha is a poverty-stricken city in South Africa—the country with the largest and most high-profile HIV/Aids epidemic in the world. Approximately 6.3 million individuals in South Africa live with the incurable disease. A staggering 33 percent of adults are HIV positive, and that figure jumps to 40 percent for pregnant mothers. The… Read More Baphumelele: Creating Opportunity for HIV/Aids Stricken Children

MLEC Journalism Students Attend MDCPS Social Media Forum 2017

By Abigail Castro Social media has revolutionized the world, integrating itself into everyone’s daily life. From children to elders, the reach of social media has no exceptions. It has become a global medium for communication and connection. Users turn to social media for news, updates, and entertainment.   As technology continues to advance, social media… Read More MLEC Journalism Students Attend MDCPS Social Media Forum 2017