• New Up-and- Coming artist: LIVVIA

    New Up-and- Coming artist: LIVVIA

      LIVVIA has been singing, writing songs, dancing, and playing piano and guitar for as long as she can remember. Originally from the Bay Area, she began traveling back and forth to Los Angeles at the age of 13 to advance her musical studies and career. When she was in her late teens, she toured internationally as a solo artist […]

  • Ten Years Later, Memories of Sean Taylor Still Live Large

    Ten Years Later, Memories of Sean Taylor Still Live Large

    On Nov. 27, 2007, former Gulliver, University of Miami, and Washington Redskins superstar Sean Taylor was shot and later passed away. Just over 10 years after his death, those who knew Taylor still vividly remember his passion for the game he loved. “Sean played the game of football full speed,” said Taylor’s former Gulliver coach John McCloskey. “He was very […]

  • Human trafficking presentation educates students

    Human trafficking presentation educates students

    Officer Lily Diaz and Amos Sierra gave a presentation about human trafficking, educating students about the warning signs. They revealed the truth about many false beliefs that most have about the issue, from how a pimp really looks like to what kind of people they target. Many students were surprised to learn that more young teenage males are the most […]

  • Student Diversity Leadership Conference Promotes Acceptance

    Student Diversity Leadership Conference Promotes Acceptance

       A total of 1,600 students gathered in Anaheim, California for the annual Student Diversity Leadership Conference from Nov. 30 to Dec. 2. This year, six of our own students had the opportunity to attend SDLC and meet fellow teens with similar backgrounds. SDLC creates a safe environment for minority high school students to explore their diversity, sharing their thoughts with […]

  • DIRT: Great, Healthy Choice for Brunch

    DIRT: Great, Healthy Choice for Brunch

    DIRT, the fast-casual mini chain expanded, opening its third location in Mary Brickell Village this October. The affordable and organic restaurant, with its great service and ambiance is the perfect place to go for breakfast or brunch. It’s health cen tric menu offers a vast variety of organic options, including quinoa bowls, sandwiches, açai bowls, and fresh cold-pressed juices, smoothies, […]

  • KRT SPORTS STORY SLUGGED: BKN-PISTONS-HEAT KRT PHOTO BY C.W. GRIFFIN/MIAMI HERALD (SOUTH FLORIDA SUN-SENTINEL AND ORLANDO OUT) (May 25) MIAMI, FL -- The Heat's Dwayne Wade dunks to give his team the lead over Detroit with five minutes left in the fourth quarter of Game 2 of their NBA playoff series on Wednesday, May 25, 2005 in Miami, Florida. (mvw) 2005

    Wade’s Return energizes the Heat

    He’s back. The Miami Heat acquired Dwyane Wade from the Cleveland Cavaliers prior to February 8th’s trade deadline. After a year and a half away, D-Wade is back where he belongs; in South Beach, where the future Hall of Fame shooting guard helped lead Miami to all three championships as a franchise. In Miami, it’s a sense of relief and […]

  • Returning To The New Venezuela

    Returning To The New Venezuela

    Going back home is always nostalgic. I like refreshing those sentimental memories that cultivate my culture and identity. Sadly, this time I couldn’t say the same when I returned to my home, Venezuela. Since April, the country has been in a crucial situation. Fighting for the freedom of 30 million people became the voice and weapons of the younger generations. […]

  • Tina Dailey Foundation sheds light on addiction

    Tina Dailey Foundation sheds light on addiction

    On Friday, Mar. 17, representatives from the Tina Dailey foundation spoke to students during Flex Time about the dangers and signs of drug addiction. The Foundation is named after Tina Dailey, an alumna who died of an overdose in 2014. First, Vilma Dailey, mother of Tina and one of the founders of the Tina Dailey Foundation, spoke about her daughter’s […]