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Bella Ramirez

Bella Ramirez has 35 articles published.

Bella Ramirez, junior, is a Marvel fanatic and hardworking leader. You can find her panicking over deadlines for her four publications (Pressing the Future, Patriot Post, French Newspaper and WAHS) or planning presentations for Key Club most days. When she’s not working then, well, she’s always working. Beyond journalism, she pursues film through directing, producing and writing. She’s excited to present her first feature film in 2019 and its sequel in 2020.
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Hurricane Dorian: Bahama Beast

Following Hurricane Dorian reaching category five-level winds, Heritage Plantation closed school Tuesday, September 3. While school resumed session Wednesday, September 4, the now category two, record-breaking beast is more than just a reason to miss school. Keep Reading

Opinion

Awareness without action is laziness

Let’s skim through Oxford Dictionary and find slacktivism: the practice of supporting a political or social cause by means such as social media or online petitions, characterized as involving very little effort or commitment. In other words, it’s summer 2019. Keep Reading

Entertainment/News

Alexa Lopez makes second Broadway call back

About a year ago, Playbill announced Tony award winner Ivo van Hove would direct the revival of “West Side Story” on Broadway in 2020. Casting and planning the revival is a long process, but one many of our resident theater students dream of being part of. Junior Alexa Lopez experienced a callback for “Dear Evan Hansen” earlier this school year and also had a callback for “West Side Story” as Maria. Keep Reading

News

Making it in the sun: MICSUN

While Model United Nations is known for travelling across the country, they compete in local competitions as well. One of which took place April 12-14 at the University of Miami (UM). UM hoped that the conference taught students how to raise awareness on international issues and affairs through their 10 different committees. Keep Reading

Entertainment

Flip or Flop: FSPA edition

Florida Scholastic Press Association (FSPA) -- the journalism convention to end all others. Or rather, to start all upcoming aspiring young journalists’ careers. I went to FSPA for the second year in a row, April 10-13, and let me just say, it gets better every year. Let’s dive into the marvelous world of scholastic journalism. Keep Reading

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