By Kelly Sanchez Australia has been enduring a hellish fire season since August 2019. Over 14.6 million acres have been affected by these fires—which is over two times more than what Brazil suffered with the 2019 Amazon Rainforest Fires. At least 25 people have been killed as a result, and almost 2,000 homes have been … Continue reading Australia is Burning: Hell on Earth
By Angely Peña-Agramonte Miami Lakes Educational Center (MLEC) encourages its students to be charitable, especially around the holidays—a time when Jaguars give anything (be it their time through volunteering or donations) to help those who need it. This year, it was no different. Recently, MLEC's “SHAPE” encouraged students at MLEC to donate clothes, food cans, … Continue reading MLEC’s SHAPE Helps The Community
By Karla Perez The time has finally come for seniors to think more than ever about college and the path that they decide to take after they graduate. With the deadline for regular decision coming up (January 1st), applying to college turns into a burdensome and tedious task, but with the help of those who … Continue reading MLEC’s Alumni Panel 2019
By Ajmaanie Dort & Kelly Sanchez With winter break right around the corner, most students at Miami Lakes Educational Center (MLEC) are already getting ready to celebrate some of the most popular festivities this season. But while most jaguars can share the excitement of looking forward to the December holidays such as Christmas and New … Continue reading Happy Holidays, Jaguars!
By Kymani Hughes With the sun shining on the bus loop outside Miami Lakes Educational Center, upbeat Christmas music synchronizing with the beating of hearts, and hundreds of students ready to race to the finish line, Miami Lakes Educational Center’s second annual Jingle Jog was off to even a better start than the last. The … Continue reading Jingle All The Way: MLEC’s Annual Jingle Jog!
By Aileen Delgado & Samantha Jimenez From overly decorated homes to community events, every town has its own unique way of welcoming the Holiday season. In the small town of Miami Lakes, this is no different. Families from all over Miami-Dade County came together on November 30th to greet the christmas spirit as they attended … Continue reading Miami Lakes Shines Bright at Annual Festival of Lights
By Daniel Gonzalez III Julius Einsentein is a Holocaust survivor, an activist, honorary Jaguar, and a centenerian. Eisenstein returned to MLEC to discuss his life and the hardships he endured. “I am not a professional speech man, but what I am going to tell you is from my heart,” began Julius Einsentein. And he did … Continue reading Julius Einsentein: A Beacon of Change
By Angely Peña Lucas Hernandez, Director of Civic Engagement for Microsoft in Miami is our Principal of the Day. Here, he discusses his work with The Harbinger staff. Lucas Hernández is a Miamian. Although he moved to Texas when he was in middle school, then headed off to college and then New York, “I always … Continue reading Lucas Hernandez Takes On Being MLEC’s Principal of the Day
By Karla Perez It’s no news that TikTok has taken over. The social media giant has become the new “it” thing for all generations— everyone seems to be in it. At the end, whether one loves or dislikes the app doesn't even matter: for anyone with internet access, escaping from the ephemeral videos of the … Continue reading The Harbinger Made A TikTok
By Aileen Delgado Food, music, dancing, and waving country flags are all aspects you can find at Miami Lakes Educational Center’s (MLEC) annual United Nations celebration. Students come together and bring their cultures along with them––continuing a tradition that has occurred for the past four years. “We started it in October of 2015. We kind … Continue reading Jaguars Represent their Cultures at MLEC’s Annual UN Day