Emmy’s Turn Controversial and Political

By Luis Mila The 69th annual Emmys were opened by Stephen Colbert, with a comedic song and dance along to “Everything’s Better on TV” featuring Chance the Rapper. Naturally full of wit, Colbert sparked controversy with his political jokes and shady humor to fellow celebrities and government officials. Publications like the Huffington Post and The… Read More Emmy’s Turn Controversial and Political

A Weekend of Horror Spurs National Debate

By Alexandra Reboredo When one pictures Orlando, the first thing that comes to mind is amusement parks, great weather, and perfect vacation getaways. This past weekend, however, shook the Sunshine state—and the nation—to its core as bloodshed overwhelmed the local community. On Friday afternoon, the 22-year-old singer who made her name on NBC’s “The Voice,”… Read More A Weekend of Horror Spurs National Debate

NFL Concussions: Why We Choose to Forget Them

By Angelie Yglesias With the beginning of February draws the end of the cornerstone of American culture: football. With Super Bowl 50 passing overhead, another, darker figure in football hovers — concussions. Countless articles, studies, and research papers have been made: cementing the link between a game that encourages ramming heads against each other with… Read More NFL Concussions: Why We Choose to Forget Them

Equating the Field by Revolutionizing College Admissions

By Edysmar Diaz-Cruz As I walk through the halls of Miami Lakes Educational Center (MLEC), students with dark circles and thick AP review books clutched in their arms all become one monotonous wave of anxiety, depression, self-doubt and everything a teenager shouldn’t be experiencing in the prime of their youth. The pressure to “make something… Read More Equating the Field by Revolutionizing College Admissions