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Recent News Stories

Guiding Your Way Through Quarantine

April 27, 2020

Puerto Rico- Ever since the quarantine has started, the Internet has acted as a gateway to maintain social...

The National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society Induction

November 15, 2019

The 2019 NHS and NJHS Induction Ceremony   This year, the NHS and NJHS welcomed the new members...

The Amazon is On Fire – How the world loses its breath.

September 25, 2019

“The philosophical study of nature endeavors, in the vicissitudes of phenomena, to connect the present...

Essential Guide to College Applications

May 1, 2019

Whether you’re a rising Senior, Junior, or a tenth grader who wants to get ahead, the college admissions...

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Recent Español Stories

Edad Prohibida: una opinión

November 14, 2019

No hay muchas novelas que yo haya leído de un tirón. Leer algo de un tirón no significa mucho para...

“Espanglish”

October 10, 2018

El español es la lengua que más ha influenciado la cultura puertorriqueña. Hace 120 años llegó la...

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Caridad Álvarez
December 4, 2020

Since its release in 1978, Grease’s catchy soundtrack, memorable dialogue, flashy colors, and astounding acting have all left an important mark in not only the lives of its viewers, but on the film industry as a whole. It was a box-office hit, reaching 366.2 million USD, while simultaneously winning...

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Jennifer Badillo
September 28, 2020

Poem 1 - Music’s Nature   Though we’re separate The nature of music is To bridge that large gap   Poem 2 - Can You Hear My Song?   Can you hear my song? Though it lacks the words to express itself I’ve been playing all day long To reach you myself.   The...

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Diego Ramos
September 28, 2020

One of the most distinct memories of my childhood is going to my grandparent’s house every Saturday morning. I would eat my breakfast in my grandma’s bed, the cold air of the AC keeping me cool and comfortable. I would turn up the TV and watch morning cartoons on  Boomerang. I remember enjoying...

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Alexxa Aponte
September 28, 2020

Social distancing has imposed isolation for many, and even more so for those with underlying conditions or ages that put them at risk for infection. This isolation contradicts the services many mental health patients obtain via in-person therapy, or simply socializing with others. As our world turns...

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Jelle Kooij
September 28, 2020

Starting in early March the education system around the world changed beyond reckoning. In the United States, the education system had not seen much change in over 100 years with public education meant to move the masses of Americans into the factory with basic education. For the past 100 years, the...

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Gabriel Comas
September 28, 2020

The pandemic has caused more change in the world in the recent moves than the world has endured as a whole in years. This can be uplifting: seeing the Earth less polluted, watching nature take back what is hers, neighbors and families who would see each other every couple months are now facetiming and...

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Caridad Álvarez
December 4, 2020

Since its release in 1978, Grease’s catchy soundtrack, memorable dialogue, flashy colors, and astounding acting have all left an important mark in not only the lives of its viewers, but on the film industry as a whole. It was a box-office hit, reaching 366.2 million USD, while simultaneously winning...

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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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Caridad Alvarez, Writer
November 14, 2019

No hay muchas novelas que yo haya leído de un tirón. Leer algo de un tirón no significa mucho para bastante gente. Para muchos es algo natural; un libro que te engancha, que te captura en un trance del que no puedes despertar hasta llegar a la última página. Y para muchos, después de llegar a esa...

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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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Pedro Torres, Diego Santiago, Emilio Legrand, and Rafael Rojo
April 10, 2019

Right now, the process of becoming an NBA player is extremely tough and extensive. Young players have to go through a lot of stages in order to have a chance of getting into the NBA, and there are certain rules and requirements that prolong the process and make it harder. Several rules, such as the one-and-done...

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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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