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101 Things to do in Quarantine

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...

Middle School Spirit Week 2019

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​, ...

Guiding Your Way Through Quarantine

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, ...

Little Shop of Memories

Aimar Rosario Ávila, Contributor

April 27, 2020

Puerto Rico- Backstage lights are off. A rainbow of red lights fills the stage. A bottle of Vicks VapoRub lays in the middle of the stage surrounded by nervous faces desperately breathing it in. The sound of “nuñeda” ech...

What is the Hispanic Heritage Month?

Caridad Alvarez, Contributor

April 27, 2020

The Hispanic Heritage Month is a celebration of American citizens who have ancestors from Hispanic or Latino countries. These countries are Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El...

Model United Nations at Baldwin

Lucienne Totti, Writer

April 27, 2020

The Annual Mock Competition: Every year the Model United Nations Club (MUN), holds a mock competition on school grounds to teach the newcomers how competition works and give tips on how to handle certain situations. This year...

A Few Perspectives from Quarantine

Aimar Rosario Avila, Contributor

April 20, 2020

Puerto Rico - Hello reader. Ever since the pandemic started, many people have been feeling anything but ordinary. One of the main differences I have observed about this virus is how quickly it grasped the attention of the yout...

Model United Nations: The Perspective of A Moderator

Ana Aguilar, Contributor

April 17, 2020

If you are a student in Baldwin, it is almost certain that you have heard of the club Model United Nations and how frustrating or rewarding it can be from the perspective of different students. But what truly is MUN and why d...

The National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society Induction

Caridad Alvarez, Writer

November 15, 2019

The 2019 NHS and NJHS Induction Ceremony   This year, the NHS and NJHS welcomed the new members and officials in an exceptional ceremony, welcoming Miguelo Oliveras as the guest speaker, whose kind words touched each...

Baldwin’s​ ​New Uniforms

Gabriela Oller and Cleo Miyake (photographer and editor)

September 25, 2019

This is a new school year for us and the school. If you have been walking through the campus and been observant you have probably noticed our new P.E Uniforms. I think everyone would agree that the uniforms are spec...

Plastic in Baldwin

Gabriela Oller and Cleo Miyake (editor)

September 25, 2019

​This year Baldwin is trying to get rid of plastic in school even more, and that is amazing. The Alive School Cafeteria will no longer be selling plastic water bottles, along with La Tiendita, and the Snack Shack. ...

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 process can seem extremely grueling and overwhelming. In all honesty, I’d be lying if I didn’t say that it wasn’t...

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