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Recent News Stories

Cómo escuchar sólo 55 minutos de Andrés Calamaro alteró mi perspectiva del rocanrol

April 15, 2021

Seré sincera: no soy la más culta cuando viene al rock en español. Aunque sí trato de familiarizarme...

The fashion industry is constantly changing, but how has it reacted to a global pandemic that has turned everything upside down?

March 13, 2021

Most people don’t think twice about where their clothes are coming from or who makes them. This is...

Spring

March 13, 2021

The warm morning breeze Wakes the gentle willow leaves. They rattle and sway, As the morning ravens...

Five Things I Wish I’d Known When I Started Writing Fiction

March 13, 2021

Writing, in particular fiction writing, is one of my earliest passions and first loves. I’ve been writing...

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Recent Español Stories

El crimen sin el castigo: una ocurrencia imposible

April 15, 2021

Para las navidades le pedí a mi padre una copia de Crimen y castigo — no porque conociera obras previas...

What is the Hispanic Heritage Month?

April 27, 2020

The Hispanic Heritage Month is a celebration of American citizens who have ancestors from Hispanic or...

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Aimar Rosario Avila
May 15, 2021

Aries Aries, this month calls for shaking up things you are used to doing. Improvise, even if it seems uncomfortable to do so! Important Dates for Aries May 4: Mercury goes into Gemini. May 9: Venus goes into Gemini, your third house. There’s quite a lot of energy in Gemini. This may mean...

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Caridad Álvarez
May 15, 2021

Like many others before me (and after me, undoubtedly), Lana Del Rey’s instant hit “Summertime Sadness” captivated me with its soft vocals, relatable and beautiful lyrics, and catchy melody. But, like a fish falling for the bait, I wasn’t satisfied with just enjoying one of her songs and began...

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Melissa Rodríguez
April 16, 2021

Locked away for who I was born to be  Chains dripping on the color of my skin  Questioning the existence of equality  Everyone must be a carbon copy  If you’re something else, you’ll be locked away behind bars and have your wings cut off    My back is still bleeding from...

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Alexandra García Samalot
April 16, 2021

When will it be enough? When all their people have dropped to their knees, begging for mercy, finally doing as you please. When the whole world has uncovered what you’ve done, perplexed, thinking: how was this possible? Then, will it be enough? When all over the continent there are carcasses...

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Caridad Alvarez
April 16, 2021

Learn about what the future has in store for you, and scroll to the bottom of the article for a small guide on astrology basics! If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to comment on this article or reach out to me.  Aries It’s your time to shine, Aries! The sun is in your sign, and it is...

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Caridad Álvarez
April 15, 2021

Seré sincera: no soy la más culta cuando viene al rock en español. Aunque sí trato de familiarizarme con los grandes temas de este género musical, siempre me encuentro regresando al rocanrol británico o estadounidense (el más convencional): Kansas, Queen, The Doors y Pink Floyd, por mencionar...

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Caridad Álvarez
May 15, 2021

Like many others before me (and after me, undoubtedly), Lana Del Rey’s instant hit “Summertime Sadness” captivated me with its soft vocals, relatable and beautiful lyrics, and catchy melody. But, like a fish falling for the bait, I wasn’t satisfied with just enjoying one of her songs and began...

Continue Reading

Caridad Alvarez
April 16, 2021

Learn about what the future has in store for you, and scroll to the bottom of the article for a small guide on astrology basics! If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to comment on this article or reach out to me.  Aries It’s your time to shine, Aries! The sun is in your sign, and it is...

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Caridad Álvarez
April 15, 2021

Seré sincera: no soy la más culta cuando viene al rock en español. Aunque sí trato de familiarizarme con los grandes temas de este género musical, siempre me encuentro regresando al rocanrol británico o estadounidense (el más convencional): Kansas, Queen, The Doors y Pink Floyd, por mencionar...

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Ignacio Perez
February 9, 2021

As the new year begins, the British Premier League promises more thrills for the following half of the season. The first half certainly did. As we near the midpoint of the season, we take a look back at the first half in which a few teams broke through, fell down, and showed consistency since the start....

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Emilio Legrand, Writer
April 10, 2019

382 Million = Two Players Paris Saint Germain, better known as PSG, are one of Europe’s most famous teams. They have a very solid squad composed of great players such as World Cup winner Kylian Mbappé, Neymar, Edinson Cavani, and many more outstanding players. In recent years, they have made an...

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Sofía Bermúdez, Photographer
April 10, 2019

Navigate LeftNavigate RightClose Pictures by Sofia Bermúdez (11). We hope you all had fun at Sportsfest this year!

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Cleo Miyake, Gabriela Oller, and Maria Clara Matos
April 27, 2020

1. Learn a new song 2. Read a book (for yourself, not for school!) 3. Make a dessert 4. Teach your pet a new trick 5. Finish a series on Netflix, Disney+, Crunchyroll, HBO, etc. 6. Make an arts and crafts project 7. Scrapbook anything 8. Start planning a Father’s and Mother's Day gift 9. Learn...

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Gabriela Oller, Writer
April 27, 2020

In the last week of October, all middle-upper school grades come together for a battle. The most creative, the coolest, and the craziest, of all ages. They compete in a series of four days. ​Historical Moments​, ​Cuisine from Around the World​, Video Games,​ and ​Color Day. ​Prepare...

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Aimar Rosario Avila, Contributor
April 27, 2020

Puerto Rico- Ever since the quarantine has started, the Internet has acted as a gateway to maintain social interactions. Whether it’s from Zoom distant learning classes, Facetime with your friends, or learning a new language, the Internet has helped ease the pain of having to distance oneself from...

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