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On the Record with Doral Vice Mayor, Rafael Pineyro

On the Record with Doral Vice Mayor, Rafael Pineyro

by Lucy Gonzalez and by Joyce Melendez March 8, 2023

  As a teenager, finding out what to do in life can be a challenge. Fortunately, the newly elected Vice Mayor of Doral, Rafael Pineyro, never questioned his life's calling: public service. After...

Holding Politicians Accountable

Holding Politicians Accountable

by Lucy Gonzalez, Staff Writer February 6, 2023

Numerous headlines and allegations of lying against Republican politician, George Santos, are trending all over the internet. Among the mistruths, Santos claimed he is of Jewish descent, graduated from...

Childhood friend Austin Roberts said, I want him to be remembered as the kid smiling in the skate video and not the kid that was fighting for his life.

Remembering Tyre Nichols

by Isabel Andjell, Staff Writer February 6, 2023

The death of Tyre Nichols at the hands of Memphis police sparked a wave of protests throughout the country. Nichols, father to a 4-year-old son from Sacramento, California, was stopped by police on January...

19 dead in California within 44 hours

Gun Violence in the United States

by Isabel Andjell, Staff Writer January 30, 2023

In the first three weeks of 2023, there were 40 shootings in the United States. On January 6th, a six-year-old boy took a gun to school and shot his teacher in Virginia. On Saturday, January 21st, 10...

Brazil’s Violent Congress Attack

Brazil’s Violent Congress Attack

by Athena Freire, Student Writer January 16, 2023

A week after Lula da Silva’s close win against former Brazilian President, Jair Bolsonaro, protesters in Brasilia completely trashed the congressional building. Acting in support of Bolsonaro, these...

Brittney after arriving in the U.S. after her detainment in Russia

Brittney Griner released in prisoner exchange with Russia

by Isabel Andjell, Staff Writer January 6, 2023

On February 17th, Brittney Griner, a WNBA and Olympic champion, flew to Russia to complete an overseas season. There, she was arrested by Russian officials at Sheremetyevo Airport on drug possession charges....

Dead bodies were lined up against the streets of the city after deadly stampede.

Halloween Tragedy in South Korea

by Lucy Gonzalez , Staff Writer November 10, 2022

A Halloween festivity in the city of Itaewon, South Korea, resulted in a massive crowd surge that left many people severely injured and dead.  About 100,000 people populated the narrow streets of the...

Anti-affirmative action students stand outside the Supreme Court as the justices decide the future of university admissions

Affirmative Action On Its Last Leg

by Isabel Andjell, Staff Writer November 10, 2022

On October 31st, the Supreme Court heard two cases seeking to overturn Grutter v. Bollinger and put an end to affirmative action. Students for Fair Admissions, a conservative group headed by activist Edward...

Liz Truss resigns as prime minister

Liz Truss’ Fall from Grace

by Vanessa Caraballo, Staff Writer November 7, 2022

Liz Truss is the shortest-serving prime minister of Downing Street in 300 years of British history. After a month and a half of controversial and unpopular leadership, Truss waved goodbye to her political...

Protestors glued themselves underneath the defaced painting

Climate Activists Strike Again

by Isabel Andjell, Staff Writer November 7, 2022

Throwing food at million-dollar valued paintings seems to be the newest tactic climate activists are using to draw attention to their cause. Attacks in the U.K., Italy, and Germany's latest target - Claude...

Photo by: New York Times

2022 Brazilian Elections

by Athena Freire, Staff Writer November 3, 2022

As the results of the Brazilian elections splash across the news, the severe polarization of politics are difficult to ignore. The newly elected Brazilian president, Luiz Lula da Silva , a liberal,...

Activists Phoebe Plummer and Anna Holland glued to the London National Gallery wall

Climate Activists Throw Tomato Soup at Van Gogh Painting

by Isabel Andjell, Staff Writer October 25, 2022

In October, two protestors walked into London’s National Gallery and threw tomato soup on Vincent van Gogh’s “Sunflowers.” They then removed their jackets to reveal shirts that said: “Just Stop...

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