The Plight Against Starbucks

By Malique Lewis When two black men entered a Starbucks to wait for a friend to conduct a business meeting, the store’s manager said that they couldn't wait in the vicinity because they didn't purchase anything.  The manager then proceeded to dial the police, and the two men were arrested, taken to a police station, … Continue reading The Plight Against Starbucks

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The March of Ancient Humans

By Veronica Rarick “This is from a 4,000-year-old site in Central Asia—from Uzbekistan, I think,” said Dr. Reich, a Harvard Medical School geneticist, to the New York Times while looking at a chunk of human bone.   He continued to another bone—this one was 2,500 years old, found at a site in Britain. These humans … Continue reading The March of Ancient Humans

Miguel Diaz-Canela: An End to the Castro Dynasty or A Continuation?

By Luis Mila The infamous Raúl Castro was known across the globe as Cuba’s president; however his preselected successor which would inherit all his rule—Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez—was a subject of the unknown. U.S. Congress members bombarded Mr. Díaz-Canel with a series of questions when they visited in early 2015. They revolved around his thoughts on … Continue reading Miguel Diaz-Canela: An End to the Castro Dynasty or A Continuation?

Waffle House Shooter Apprehended

By Valeria Bula At 3:19 a.m. on Sunday, April 18, 29-year-old Travis Reinking arrived at a Waffle House establishment wearing nothing but a green jacket, and shot and killed six people with an assault rifle – two outside the restaurant, and four inside. Three individuals died at the scene, one at the hospital. The two … Continue reading Waffle House Shooter Apprehended

“We Want to See Change”: Superintendent Carvalho Speaks on the Liberty City Shooting

By Sabine Joseph https://twitter.com/HarbingerMLEC/status/984485069996863489?s=19 https://twitter.com/HarbingerMLEC/status/984486385636794368?s=19 Parkland survivors have been using their voices to force the nation to face the reality that children are not safe, even in school, because guns are so easily accessible in America. There has been a string of school gun threats in the wake of Parkland, reigniting the age-old debate of … Continue reading “We Want to See Change”: Superintendent Carvalho Speaks on the Liberty City Shooting

Teachers Protest Against Budget Cuts

By Gabriella Licona It began in Oklahoma on Monday, April 2. The sun was burning hot and the city was crowded, but nonetheless, the teachers put their discomforts aside, and continued to rally. As they began to shout and flood the streets with posters and determined faces, public school teachers from all areas of Oklahoma … Continue reading Teachers Protest Against Budget Cuts

The Ribbon is Cut: MLEC Introduces a New Strand

By Rozany Guzman This morning, Miami Lakes Educational Center had the opportunity to unveil the newest addition to the MLEC family, the new Trade and Industry strand: Building Automation Systems Technology (BAST). https://twitter.com/HarbingerMLEC/status/984469989477568514 Welcoming our guests—members of our School Board along with the Superintendent, and his team, and representatives from Siemens Automation Company—with warm smiles, … Continue reading The Ribbon is Cut: MLEC Introduces a New Strand

Rick Scott Is Not The Senator Anybody Wants

By Devin Dubon Although Rick Scott has only recently announced his official run for Senate, speculation has been prevalent for years. In preparation for this, Scott has been trying to distance himself from President Trump and the hard Republican values and platform that he was elected on. Now, not only do the democrats dislike him … Continue reading Rick Scott Is Not The Senator Anybody Wants

M-DCPS Students Shine in New ‘Nation’s Report Card’

By Abigail Castro Miami-Dade County Public Schools students are shining in the new Nation’s Report Card. According to new results released on Tuesday by the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), Florida was the only state where students scored higher on a national math exam than last year, thus making progress where the rest of the … Continue reading M-DCPS Students Shine in New ‘Nation’s Report Card’

Artificial Intelligence is Taking Over the World

By Rozany Guzman In the modern world, artificial intelligence is a growing part of people’s lives. Online ordering, voice-controlled assistants, self-driving cars; A.I. is everywhere we look, and, soon enough, it may be the only thing we see. A.I. is the brain behind computer software and its potential is awe inspiring and terrifying. A.I. gives … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence is Taking Over the World