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34 Years ago at Miami High

34 Years ago at Miami High

By Fabuola Pierre, Editor-in-Chief

November 9, 2015


Filed under Features, Throwback Thursday

Class of 2016

By Fabuola Pierre, Staff Writer

November 2, 2015


Filed under Features

Class of 2016 advisor Ms. Rivero reports, “Seniors have to sell a minimum of three snacks from the catalog they received in their government classes in order to participate in senior activities.” They will have another chance to sell when cake sells begin in December, the week before winter break...

Dance Team

Dance Team

By Kelly Baten, Staff Writer

October 29, 2015


Filed under Briefs, Features

Sharp, swift movements go along to the beat of the music, heartbeats matching the bass. The sound and vibe connect to every part of your body, controlling the way you move. Intricate techniques make each step move the floor. “Boom. Boom. Boom.” Tricks and turns, jumps and flips. Each person gets...

The Million Dollar Band: Forged by Fire

The Million Dollar Band: Forged by Fire

By Maryory Matute, Staff Writer

October 26, 2015


Filed under Briefs, Features

It’s half time at a football game and everyone starts cheering when the colored silks start going up in the air, the drums roll, and the horns blow. We know it’s time for the Million Dollar Band to perform. The Million Dollar Band, which currently has 95 members, is made up different sections:...

Wind of Change

Wind of Change

By Yanelys Torres, Staff Writer

October 19, 2015


Filed under Features

Most of us will go through at least one career change. Sometimes career change is by choice- prompted by the discovery of a new dream or the need for bigger challenges. Often, especially during times of economic upheaval , career changes are made for practical reasons. Ms. Belony , Miami High’s personal...

Magnets Marvel at Miami High

Magnets Marvel at Miami High

By Claudaisha Sherman, Staff Writer

October 14, 2015


Filed under Features, Showcase

The Teaching and the Legal & Public Affairs magnets attract students left and right to Miami High. The teaching magnet is led by English teacher and FEA advisor Ms. Berrios while social studies teacher Mr. Asper runs the Legal & Public affairs program. Why Students Join? There are many reasons...

T-Shirt Time at Miami High

T-Shirt Time at Miami High

By Headly Cash, Staff writer

October 13, 2015


Filed under Briefs, Features

  A new year, new t-shirts with new styles, new colors and new themes!! Wearing polo shirts everyday can be both boring and uncomfortable with tightness on the sleeves and heat getting trapped in the heavy fabric. Students at Miami High have different opinions on the T-shirts. Senior Hecto...

Global Awareness – Jaeger Laerer in Copenhagen

By Dr. Underwood/Jaeger Laerer, Global Awareness

October 12, 2015


Filed under Features, Showcase, Uncategorized, Video

Take a trip to Copenhagen, Denmark with your tour guide, Jaeger Laerer (aka Dr. Joe Underwood) and learn about the rich maritime history of this land of the Vikings.

Honoria Reign Supreme

Honoria Reign Supreme

By Laila Garcia, Staff Writer

October 12, 2015


Filed under Briefs, Features

We love you, Oh yes we do, We love you, Oh yes we do, When you’re not with us, We’re blue, Baby blue, Honoria we love you! “I’m Honoria born, I’m Honoria bred, and when I die I’ll be Honoria dead. Honoria is forever,” is another quote that every Honoria member knows. Honoria, ...

Independent vs Assigned? What’s your favorite kind of reading?

By Nicholas Gomez, Staff Writer

October 8, 2015


Filed under Features

In life, reading is something we all must do, and when I say that, I mean reading books. Your English teacher might ask you to read a short story and answer some questions, your professor might tell you to read a novel and write an essay about it, or your job might require you to read an informational...

Senior Crowns Rule

Senior Crowns Rule

By Christian Lozano

October 6, 2015


Filed under Briefs, Features

They are the forerunners, the specialists, the connoisseurs---with the skills necessary to survive at Stingtown. They lead the way for everyone behind them. They can effortlessly be identified by their signature senior crowns, works of art that describe who they are and what their passion is. Although...

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