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A Real King

December 20, 2018 12:25am | Alejandra Rodriguez

There are no words to describe this honest, distinguished and nobleman, he had done many admirable things in our country who consider him a hero for his nation and a role model for future presidents. He was and always will be the most important figure […]

Challenge 4 Elements Extreme Nature

December 20, 2018 12:18am | Frederic Estevez

The Challenge 4 Elements: Extreme Nature is the first season of the Mexican reality show Reto 4 Elements, produced and broadcasted by Televisa and developed for the first time in Quintana Roo, Mexico. It premiered on March 19, 2018, hosting Montserrat Oliver with Yavidan Valai […]

The Life of an Immigrant, Part 2

November 9, 2018 8:06pm | Daniela Fernandez

The Story of “Juan” In this edition, we will be able to know the story of an immigrant boy whom we will call “Juan” by his decision we will leave his anonymous identity. “Juan” is an 18-year-old Mexican teenager who had to leave his native country […]

Liberty Supports LGBTQIA

November 9, 2018 3:28pm | Alejandra Rodriguez and Lucia Ortiz

The National Coming Out Day is a special day that is celebrated annually that basically consists of helping people to be aware of the LGBTQIA community and that they deserve the same rights as everyone. In addition, this day helps to build an environment where living […]

Disarranged Arrangement

November 5, 2018 11:10pm | Mamady Kanta and Seydou Diallo

Can arranged marriage be harmful? Arranged marriage is planned and managed by families or guardians of the bride and groom, who have little or no say in the matter themselves; which is unfortunate because the partners didn’t know each other well and are not married […]

New School Year, New Students, How Can You Help?

October 16, 2018 8:26am | Alejandra Rodriguez, Josue Recinos, Brandon Cayetano, Serigne Ndeye

“First, I was nervous, I didn’t sleep for the entire night wondering what’s going to happen. When I first arrived at school, I  wondered if I could have a friend that can help me in understanding what the teacher was saying. Listening to the Professor’s […]

The Life of the Immigrant Student, Part I

October 15, 2018 9:10am | Jonathan Casimiro, Daniela Fernandez, Tobias Arevalo, Federico Valdez,

Federico is a teenager from Mexico that came to the United States on August 19 of 2017. He traveled alone because his parents couldn’t afford to migrate with him.  Like many of us that have to leave our family in our native country, he had […]

The Near Moment

October 9, 2018 7:02pm | Sharon Cubas

I was in my country, Honduras. I lived with my grandmother, my little cousin and my parents. I saw my parents leave the house everyday to go to work. I was waiting for them until the night. I heard something unexpected like something strange. Then, […]

Vote for your Senior President!

October 5, 2018 12:19pm | Ms. LaMoriello

  Don’t miss out on your opportunity to vote for your 2019 Senior Class President!

Open School Night

October 5, 2018 9:20am | Lucia Ortiz

The afternoon of September 26, 2018, started with the Open School Night where parents had the opportunity to meet the teachers of their kids and review expectations that the teachers are hoping this year. Each teacher talked about their subject and what they will do […]