Preparing for Dorian

By Michelle Mairena Gargantuan lines of cars at gas stations, families covering up their windows with plywood, individuals frantically raiding every grocery store in the hope of finding packs of water — the past 24 hours have been marked by a form of pre-apocalypse frenzy across South Florida. While Armageddon is not happening though, Florida … Continue reading Preparing for Dorian

Presidential Hopeful Pete Buttigieg Visits Miami

By Devin Dubon In a crowded field of over 20 major candidates, it's hard for any one Democrat to stand out for the 2020 presidential nomination. Yet Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana, has attempted to fix this problem with a grassroots campaign strategy that attempts to put him in front of as many … Continue reading Presidential Hopeful Pete Buttigieg Visits Miami

A Goodbye to Miami’s Art Heart

By Michelle Mairena Every day, thousands of tourists and Miami natives drive downtown to pose in front of Wynwood’s eye-catching murals, instagramming the contemporary style of Miami’s art neighborhood as they meander through its streets. But it’s not only the art that drives people to Wynwood. The one-of-a-kind neighborhood is also known for its overall … Continue reading A Goodbye to Miami’s Art Heart

Instagram Vs. Snapchat: Social Media Apps Go Head to Head

By Jaylyn Gonzalez A striking competition between two grand social media platforms — Instagram and Snapchat — is causing users to choose a side based on their preferred app and has sparked a rivalry with the two groups. Snapchat is focused on private, person-to-person photo sharing, but you can now use it for a range … Continue reading Instagram Vs. Snapchat: Social Media Apps Go Head to Head

Warm up your Heart and Soul with Churros and Hot Chocolate

By Roxana Casanueva @rcasanueva_ It’s freezing! And for us in Miami, that’s basically anything cooler than 70 degrees As a cold front blasts its way across the eastern part of the country people are bundling up. But, winter in Miami is different. As we donned our wool coats, scarves and boots, tourists visiting from up … Continue reading Warm up your Heart and Soul with Churros and Hot Chocolate

Santa’s Not-So-Enchanted Forest

By Samantha Jimenez As commercials play on every radio station and banners hang on light poles, the blissful themed fair returns. Santa’s Enchanted Forest is notorious for being a five-year-old’s dream, but this money stealing event does nothing but create an underwhelming trip for anyone who isn’t a toddler. Santa’s Enchanted Forest is open until … Continue reading Santa’s Not-So-Enchanted Forest

What to do During a Rainy Memorial Day Weekend

By Yasmine Mezawi Memorial Day is a federal holiday to commemorate those who served in active military services. Families of lost ones, and citizens nationally honor hundreds of soldiers who sacrificed their lives, to protect those at home. Some may use this day to visit graves of their loved ones, or celebrate those alive, or … Continue reading What to do During a Rainy Memorial Day Weekend

“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