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Let’s talk Business

Let’s talk Business

By Gina Martinez, Staff Writer

April 7, 2016


Filed under Features, Uncategorized

Ever imagined yourself sitting in your very own office in a tall black leather chair with your back to a view of the city and a name tag on your desk that reads "Manager" or "CEO"? Newsflash, you can stop dreaming because FBLA is here to help you make your way to the top. FBLA stands for Future Business...

Triple Mission: A Profile on Mr. Upperco

By Kimberly Nataren, Staff Writer

April 6, 2016


Filed under Features

   “Who has great science news today?” If you ever had Mr. Upperco for marine science, you would know that this is the first question you would be asked upon your arrival to class, and if you didn’t have great science news, he was prepared to share his with you.  With great enthusiasm Mr. U...

What is Your Spirit Animal?

What is Your Spirit Animal?

By Kimberly Nataren, Staff writer

March 31, 2016


Filed under Features

Chief Seattle once said, “All things share the same breath---the beast, the trees, and the man. The air shares its spirit with all the life it supports.” We all have a spirit animal inside of us, and comparing yourself to an animal can be fun and interesting. The animal in you “I personally compa...

VeloCiraptoRs

VeloCiraptoRs

By Jose Hernandez, Online Editor-in-Chief

March 17, 2016


Filed under Features

Videocassette recorders (VCRs) have become a relic of the past because everyone is streaming media using websites such as Netflix or Hulu. If you still have one, however, you should hold onto that huge, space-hogging creature because, believe it or not, VCRs are quickly turning into collector’s item...

Social Media Addiction

Social Media Addiction

By Carol Tinoco

March 16, 2016


Filed under Briefs, Features, Showcase

“Hey, like my picture on Instagram!” “Yo, add me on Snap!” “Have you seen this tweet? It’s hilarious.” “Did you see the post I shared yesterday on my wall?”   Everyone uses social media nowadays, from our ten year old siblings to our grandparents. It’s crazy how some a...

MHS Student Smooches King of Rock

By Gabriella Sanchez, Staff Writer

March 14, 2016


Filed under Alumni & History, Features

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Mr. Rivera: the Stingtown Isaac Newton

Mr. Rivera: the Stingtown Isaac Newton

By Fernando Cabrera, Graphics Editor

March 10, 2016


Filed under Features, Showcase

The one and only physics teacher at Miami High, Mr. Rivera helps students understand the physical world and every day actions that happen around them. “I consider that all my students have a hidden ability,” said Mr. Rivera.“When I’m teaching I’m thinking that more than one of my...

Stingtown News Alumni Show

February 26, 2016


Filed under Alumni & History, Video

K-POP

K-POP

By Alejandra Guido, Staff Writer

February 23, 2016


Filed under Features

If you have seen people around the school wearing the same Exo sweater, but with different names on the back, they are probably interested in K-pop, which stands for Korean pop, a type of music that originated in South Korea which incorporates elements of Western pop, dance, electronic, R&B, and...

Intellectual Ingrid

Intellectual Ingrid

By Claudaisha Sherman, Staff Writer

February 23, 2016


Filed under Features

Miami High is not just her school, it’s her second home. You see her proudly representing her class and clubs at pep rallies, and you’ll often see her making splashes in the pool with the swimming and water polo teams. Sophomore Ingrid Espinosa-Hueck bleeds blue and gold. Class President Ingrid ran for presiden...

Zoo Miami High

Zoo Miami High

By Headly Cash, Staff Writer

February 17, 2016


Filed under Briefs, Features, Photo Gallery

Animals are amusing and wonderful to be around, but animals in a classroom might be out of place. Marine science teacher Mr. Upperco, who keeps a snake and a spider in his classroom, said, “The reason you put animals in a classroom is to use them as a teaching tool.” You pick out certain animals...

Phones taking over teens

Phones taking over teens

By Luis Martinez, Staff Writer

February 17, 2016


Filed under Features

Imagine we could go back in time to those days when cell phones didn’t exist. Would we be able to handle it? Would a day without our phones be the end of us? Living in a first world country in which technology has advanced so much that phones have become smarter than many of their users, many Americans...

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