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How They Judge Us

How They Judge Us

By Annette Chu, Editor-in-Chief

September 17, 2019

People tend to judge themselves and others in many ways. However, judging someone based on what you see can form an incorrect image, but people still do it. As a result, it can make a person insecure when socializing, because they don’t want the other person to see them negatively.   How Others See You Many s...

It’s Summertime Baby, So Go Stream Your Favorite Movies

It’s Summertime Baby, So Go Stream Your Favorite Movies

By Christhian Mendoza, Staff Writer

May 31, 2019

HURRAY!!! As the school year comes to an end, many students will spend their summer vacation watching movies and catching up on TV shows. Movies touch people’s souls, make them laugh, cry and feel so many emotions. There are so many movies, and so many genres that it might be a good idea to listen...

You Are Here

By Karyme Osorno, Staff Writer

May 29, 2019

     “Realize DEEPLY that the present moment is all you  ever have.” Eckhart Tolle, spiritual teacher said.   The past can be a very enchanting place for many. It holds moments we treasure forever because of the joy we felt.  But, the past may also hold times we dread because of th...

The Love For Anime

The Love For Anime

By Priscila Rivas, Staff Writer

May 29, 2019

Did you know in Japan, more papers are used to print manga than toilet paper? According to “Anime World The Land Of Manga” a blog by Cassidy Carr on the  website <https://animeworldthelandofmanga.wordpress.com/2017/05/04/interesting-facts-about-manga-and-anime>/, anime has been around since the late 1910s, and more than 40 new Anime appear on television per week. Anime has all...

Fernandini: Teach with Passion and a Fire in Your Belly

By Ashley Martinez, Staff Writer

May 29, 2019

Not only do teachers educate students with powerful words, encouragement, and teaching skills, but they can also change the world for them. An example of a brilliant teacher who teaches students about culture, literature, and real world problems, is English and Multicultural Studies teacher Ms. Fernandini.   High school and college years...

“When Words Fail, Music Speaks…”

“When Words Fail, Music Speaks…”

By Jasmine Bermudez, Online Editor-in-Chief

May 22, 2019

What is music? From my personal perspective, it is so much more than instruments and vocals producing sounds to create harmonies. Music has such an influence in the way I work and live. Putting on headphones and listening to my favorite jams is my escape from stress and worry for a moment, and teaching...

David Andrade, Farewell and Thank you

By Christopher Bellina, Layout editor

May 21, 2019

In Miami High, we have a large pool of excellent students, and one such individual has carved a special place for himself in Miami High history. And that someone is senior David Andrade, a Gates Scholarship winner, who is off to Harvard University. College Admissions    Besides Harvard, D...

Different Views, Same Blood

Different Views, Same Blood

By Carolina Soto, Editor-in-Chief

May 17, 2019

“You don’t know what you’re talking about!” “No! You don’t know what you’re talking about!” “That is the president of the United States that you’re talking about! Watch it!” “He is a liar!”   High school is a time when many students develop political views, ...

Their Final Year, Paper, and Goodbye

Their Final Year, Paper, and Goodbye

By Annette Chu, Editor-in-Chief

May 16, 2019

There are individuals who chose to be in Journalism 1, but only a few that continue the class the following year. This year in Journalism 2, we have 10 students in total, and out of those 10, there are 5 seniors, to whom we sadly have to bid farewell. Why Journalism? When students do subject selec...

“WE CAN’T LIVE HERE ANYMORE!”

By Lisbeth Chavarria, Staff

May 2, 2019

  Ten years ago, no one would have imagined a day when they could be hanging out with friends by the painted walls in Wynwood or maybe eating dinner at a new expensive restaurant in Little Haiti. Today, however, those neighborhoods, once known for high crime and urban blight, are cool. Most people, when strolling through a city, will not know if they are walk...

Social Studies Behind the Scenes

By Christopher Bellina

April 30, 2019

Social studies classes can be very interesting. In world history you can learn about revolutions like the one in France in 1789 or the Industrial one that changed the way things were manufactured. In U.S. history you can learn about World War 2 and the Great Depression. Miami High’s social studies...

Do You Feel Sleepy?

By Jose Daniel Rodriguez, Staff Writer

April 30, 2019

Sleep is an important factor in human survival, but you must know how to sleep properly to benefit the most. Students have many distractions that prevent them from sleeping. Freshman Ricardo Martinez, who sleeps 9 hours each night, is distracted by the telephone and the TV. For senior Oscar Torrez,...

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