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What’s on every girls mind: the dress

Sidney Sterling, Public Relations Manager

April 11, 2014

One of the biggest dilemmas a high school girl faces - the search for the perfect prom dress. No matter the dress, she will look back at her prom pictures and think “Oh my goodness, what was I wearing?” When one reflects on their senior prom, their memories are usually full of positive energy. Why...

A mission for Veronica Mars

Sabrina Chi, Co-Focus Editor

March 10, 2014

The girl with the double life, not one of the Bond girls, but Veronica Mars, high school student by day, private investigator by night. The show gained popularity amongst teenagers nationwide from its debut in 2004 to its abrupt end in 2007. Veronica Mars lives in the fictional town of Neptune, California...

New TV shows cut

New TV shows cut

Audrey Gonzalez, Life Editor

February 24, 2014

With a heavy heart, major TV networks buried the lives of their poor, unsuccessful shows. Among the deceased were formally popular series, ones that could generally classify as unentertaining. While most fans wiped their tears away and coped by digesting a slew of new shows, some bombarded the murderous...

Cultural Agenda: To-do List

Cultural Agenda: To-do List

Audrey Gonzalez, Life Editor

February 10, 2014

Laugh at Valentine’s Day comedy show Where: 3119 Coral Way at the “Just The Funny Imrov Comedy Theater” When: Friday, February 14, from 9:00pm – 10:30pm What: Join Miami's best improv actors for a night of laughs! Tickets are only 10 dollars.   Listen to Reel Big Fish Where: 100 SW 3rd Aven...

Grammy Awards recap

Victoria Arguelles, Co-Sports Editor

January 28, 2014

Every year since 1959, the most successful musicians rejoice for recognition of their musical achievements in the past year. The Grammy awards are divided into categories by genre, group and gender. This year, the 56th annual Grammy awards aired on CBS on January 26, 2014. To kick off the show,...

The Culture Agenda

Audrey Gonzalez, Life Editor

December 20, 2013

Listen to Life in Color (LIC) - December 27, 2013 Also known as “The World’s Largest Paint Party,” LIC blends music, dance, art and paint into one high energy experience. It began in 2006 on college campuses in Florida and now takes place over 200 times a year in cities throughout the countr...

Thor has high expectations

Sungho Son, Art Director

December 9, 2013

Thor, the Might Avenger, returns back to theaters with high expectations from all the Marvel fans. The director, Alan Taylor, does not disappoint any viewers with the thrill-action, romantic comedy he brought to the cinema. He did a fantastic job placing humors carefully in serious situations and rotating...

Tea becomes hot

Sabrina Chi, Staff Writer

November 26, 2013

The sun had barely risen, when the morning had already started on the wrong foot.  Elizabeth slept past her alarm and ended up late for work on her first day at the attorney’s office. She hastily gets dressed and scurries to her car. The moment she arrives to the office, her boss sends her back out int...

No-Shave November grows

No-Shave November grows

Victoria Arguelles, Staff Writer

November 22, 2013

Once a year, people all over the country collectively put down their razors and let their hair follicles run rampant. Both men and women participate in No-Shave November. Whether it is a man letting his beard grow out or a woman wearing pants to cover their hairy legs for a whole month, the main pur...

Sneak Peek: Hunger Games

Sidney Sterling, PR Manager

November 21, 2013

“A mockingjay is a creature the Capitol never intended to exist.” The capital also never expected riots that would sweep the nation of Panem and complete defiance of all capital rules. The thought of rebellion amongst even the weakest districts never crossed their minds. Who knew, Katniss Everde...

That’s so vintage?

Sarah Berlan, Staff Writer

November 20, 2013

Vintage, thrift, consignment, resale, Goodwill, all being worn by worldwide celebrities, the wealthy and  the average were once considered for the lower class That’s right- average Americans are flocking to these unique, indy stores lately mainly because they are trendy now, but mostly because they...

Rip N’ Time review

Sereena Gee, Staff Writer

November 12, 2013

High school band, Rip N’ Time, releases their first album this winter, entitled “Playing Her Guitar Suite”. The genre claims to hold a Rock/Indie style, with a blend of instruments, the sound becomes very distinctive, as their talent shows through in every track. Three songs in particular, each...

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