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  • December 18EHS will be holding its first Lit Café of the year this Wednesday at 3:00pm in the library. Admission is $1.

  • December 12Seniors, Herff Jones will return on 12/19 for Cap & Gown sales. They are $21 but will increase in price afterwards.

My Summer Experience Walking the Camino de Santiago

My Summer Experience Walking the Camino de Santiago

By Christopher Bellina, Staff Writer

October 26, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Imagine you just received a big scholarship and a few days after signing the contract, bang, you get an email from the scholarship organization inviting you on a trip to Madrid, Spain, and you had never been on a plane before or out of the story. I went to Madrid this summer with 9 other kids from...

Homework? UGH!

Homework? UGH!

By Fernanda Hernandez, Staff Writer

October 26, 2017


Filed under Opinion

It’s late at night, you look over to the side, and your head hurts from the amount of pending homework staring at you. You start lowkey, hating everything and everyone because you’re so tired. You desperately just want to sleep. What student hasn’t experienced this exhausting scenario? Homework...

Don’t Buy What They Say

Don’t Buy What They Say

By Lisbeth Chavarria, Staff Writer

October 26, 2017


Filed under Opinion

“LOOK HERE!” “This is SHOCKING!!” “YOU WON’T BELIEVE IT!!!” Look, yes, indeed. Look at reality TV and social media. Look at someone’s life falling apart or falling together. Look there because that is where your attention must be. Look everywhere except the places where your eyes could...

Miami High, A Colorful World

Miami High, A Colorful World

By Roberto Castellon, Staff Writer

October 26, 2017


Filed under Opinion

At Miami High, there’s a colorful world with different kinds of people, but there’s one group that is different from the rest---the LGBTQ+ community, which represents happiness and sadness at the same time. Many people at Miami High have no problems with the LGBTQ+ community. “I do not judge...

Ching Chong is Not a Thing

Ching Chong is Not a Thing

By Annette Chu, Staff Writer

October 26, 2017


Filed under Opinion

My name is Annette Chu, and I come from immigrant parents. My mom is from China, and my dad is from Pakistan with Chinese ancestry. I play the violin and take dance classes because all Asians are supposed to be multitalented. I have been taking advanced classes since I was seven, because my par...

Rare and Unique Pets!

Rare and Unique Pets!

By Katherine Quezada, Staff Writer

June 6, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Not all Miami High students are traditional pet owners. Some would prefer something other than a cat or a dog.   Birds Freshman Dominique Teal has two birds, a Red Belly and a Sunshine Conure. She got her first bird when it was a baby, and the other one was a little bit grown up already. Bo...

S.O.S. VENEZUELA

S.O.S. VENEZUELA

By Valeria Murillo, Staff Writer

May 31, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Record high inflation, food shortages and deadly protests are gripping Venezuela, once considered South America’s richest nation. The current economic, political, and social situation in Venezuela is very complicated. Venezuela’s crisis has multiple causes: politic instability, hyperinflation,...

The Global Sensation BTS

The Global Sensation BTS

By Elizabeth Rivas, Staff Writer

May 31, 2017


Filed under Opinion

“Kim Namjoon! Kim Seokjin! Min Yoongi! Jung Hoseok! Park Jimin! Kim Taehyung! Jeon Jungkook! BTS!” This is the official fan chant for the South Korean music group Bangtan Boys (BTS).   First Impression One day while I was doing homework, my sister came up to me and showed me a K-Po...

Socializing While Recognizing

Socializing While Recognizing

By Jessica Hermidas, Staff Writer

May 31, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Young people love social media. According to the article “Marketing: 96 Amazing Social Media Statistics and Facts”, posted on the brandwatch.com website, there are 3.5 billion Instagram likes per day and 90% of Instagram users are younger than 35. Students at Miami High have access to different...

GSA Makes a Change

GSA Makes a Change

By Adalain Sans, Staff Writer

May 31, 2017


Filed under Features, Opinion

As an open-minded person, I support everyone no matter their gender or sexual orientation. Everyone should accept those who choose how to identify as a certain person or as what they feel is best for them. “People should be more accepting of others because no one has the right to rule over anyone’s...

The Sibling Experience

The Sibling Experience

By Claudaisha Sherman, Layout Editor

May 31, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Siblings, per The Merriam-Webster Dictionary, are, “one of two or more individuals having one common parent.” To me, however, they’re much more than that. They are those annoying, bossy, caring and playful individuals with whom I share parents and who make every day special. I was born second o...

My Experience in Journalism

My Experience in Journalism

By Brian Sotomayor, Staff Writer

May 31, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Journalism is a very fun class, but it brings many challenges with it. When I started taking this class back in August of 2016, I had no idea why the school put me here, but I do not regret their decision. I learned many things about the school during my time in journalism class, where you must work...

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