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Maia Fernandez Baigun

Maia Fernandez Baigun has 28 articles published.

Maia Fernandez Baigun has been on the Patriot Post staff for three years and is the Print Co-Editor-in-Chief. She loves design, photography and everything related to music. Maia is also the historian for National Honor Society and the Vice President for Save the Memories. In her free time, if she has any, Maia can be found on Spotify, making one too many playlists or taking photos.

Breaking the basic

Just when we thought it became safe to step out again in black leggings and oversized shirts, a new label arose. As millenials argued over who had a “hot girl summer,” Gen Z’ers took control of many social media platforms, creating a new persona: the VSCO girl. Keep Reading


Obscura: Angèle

A Belgian singer-songwriter, Angèle Van Laeken, better known by her stage name, Angèle, has taken over Europe and has expanded to the U.S. in almost no time. Keep Reading


Model United Nations hosts third annual AHPMUN

Originally, the conference served as a practice for American Heritage delegates only. However, the conference has grown into its own county-wide MUN conference that serves a more competitive experience for delegations -- as well as a fundraiser for Project Alive, UNICEF and junior Sophia Hurtado, who has Cushing’s Syndrome. Keep Reading


Grabbing a last-minute bite

With a little less than two weeks until school starts again, many students try to squeeze August for their last few drops of summer. So before being confined to bagged or cafeteria food for lunch for weeks, here are a couple of restaurants you may want to end your summer with. Keep Reading


All-County athletes receive recognition

While many students this weekend chose to occupy themselves with studying for upcoming finals and attending review days, around 30 athletes attended the annual Miami Herald Broward All County Breakfast hosted at the Signature Grand in Davie May 21. Keep Reading

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