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12 Angry Jurors

Nicole Prent, Staff Writer May 21, 2022

The opening night of DDCUS' first official school play, directed by Mr. Alderiso, was March 3rd, 2022. The start of the play goes right to the point and introduces each of the jurors as they walk into...

Dont Say Gay in School

Don’t Say Gay in School

Emiliana Velez, Staff Writer April 5, 2022

Last week, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed the controversial, "Parental Rights in Education" bill. This law prevents Florida teachers from discussing gender and sexual orientation to students in kindergarten...

Teacher Spotlight: Mr. Rosenstein

Teacher Spotlight: Mr. Rosenstein

Isabella Ospina, Staff Writer April 5, 2022

Mr. Rosentstein has an interesting backstory. While he might seem like a regular World History teacher, he is the least "regular" person at DDCUS. Born and raised in Miami Beach, Florida, Mr. Rosenstein...

DDCUS Art Collective Makes a Splash!

DDCUS’ Art Collective Makes a Splash!

DDCUS Staff, Staff Writer April 1, 2022

The Art Collective, DDCUS' inaugural celebration of the arts, was a wild success! The event showcased the talents of students and teachers, through poetry, dance, music, and art. With standing room...

Teacher Spotlight: Ms. Manavello

Teacher Spotlight: Ms. Manavello

Isabel Andjell, Staff Writer March 24, 2022

It’s no secret that women have always been oppressed. Despite this, they have demonstrated that by using their strength, they can achieve anything that a person of the opposite sex can achieve. It still...

The Cost of War

The Cost of War

Isabel Andjell, Staff Writer March 24, 2022

On February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a full-scale invasion of Ukraine targeting its cities and military assets. Since then, Russian troops have besieged five cities in the last days...

Art Collective

Art Collective

Globe Staff, Staff Writer March 9, 2022

The Capital Letter, DDCUS' literary art club, will host an evening of dance, spoken word, music, and art, on March 31, 7 p.m. This will be the inaugural event for the club, where teachers and students...

Sea World Ice Breaker

Class of 2025

Benjamin Eisa, Staff Writer March 3, 2022

The class of 2025 heads to Sea World on Friday, April 22nd . Aside from thrill rides, Sea World has marine animals for viewing that include killer whales, sea lions, dolphins, beluga whales, sharks,...

Volatile Market

Volatile Market

Emma Larios, Staff Writer March 1, 2022

The stock market's recent wobbles are in no doubt a reaction to the war in Ukraine.  Experts predict that if Russia seizes Ukraine, oil prices will surpass $100 per barrel. The highest price for crude...

Black History Month: Fashion Spotlight

Black History Month: Fashion Spotlight

Bianca Anicama, Staff Writer February 25, 2022

Brands such as Prada, Dior, and Chanel, have been around for ages. They are known all around the world. They were revolutionary in their day and age, but today creative Black designers are redefining fashion...

Black History Month: Music Spotlight

Black History Month: Music Spotlight

Isabel Andjell, Staff Writer February 25, 2022

The month of February honors the contributions and sacrifices of African-Americans who have shaped the history of the United States. It honors the accomplishments and advancements by African-Americans...

Russian troops exercise in Belarus

War?

Isabel Andjell, Staff Writer February 21, 2022

Russia Pres. Vladimir Putin has mobilized troops into eastern Ukraine in a "peacekeeping" mission. "In the event of (the republics) being recognized, a war will become a direct necessity," said Alexander...

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