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Bella Ramirez

Bella Ramirez has 33 articles published.

Bella Ramirez, 15, is a passionate journalist and Marvel fan. She enjoys writing for the newsmagazine, doing segments in WAHS and running her third publication, Pressing the Future. Ramirez has her head in the clouds and her heart in New York, fingers crossed she can last the next few years of high school in this Florida heat.
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

Entertainment

Flip or Flop: STN

One refreshing weekend later and suddenly my spring break was cut short. No, there wasn’t a family emergency, but a family trip instead. I was set to go sleepless in Seattle March 26 to April 1 with my broadcast family for the sixteenth annual Student Television Network (STN) conference. The adventure began at 2 a.m. Keep Reading

Features

Influx of Drug Dogs: More Than a K9 out of 10

Since the dawn of time, or rather around 2005, drug dogs roamed the school. The U.S. first began training dogs to identify drugs and other substances in 1971. Now, nearly 50 years later, we use drug dogs on a regular basis on school campus. When Mr. Dean Nolle took the title of Head Dean, he aimed to increase the usage of drug dogs. “We continue to use them, so I will leave it at that,” Dean Nolle said. “We feel it is still a good use of our time and resources.” Keep Reading

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