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Maia Fernandez Baigun

Maia Fernandez Baigun has 23 articles published.

Maia is a junior at American Heritage School in Plantation, Fla. Even though this is only her second year on staff, Maia loves working for the newspaper. She also serves as Vice President of Save the Memories, participates in service projects and loves to discover new music and trendy restaurants. Maia considers herself an avid Billie Eilish fan and, in her free time, enjoys writing and taking pictures of nature. For her, a perfect day consists of sleeping in, avocado toast and binge-watching Netflix originals.
News

Therapy Dogs take over the EEC

While many of us students are busy studying and cramming for upcoming finals, Patriots Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) brings the joy of a furry friend right to our school’s backyard. Located in the Environmental Education Center May 21 from 3-4 P.M., four dogs from the Canine Assisted Therapy nonprofit organization (CAT) lay peacefully on their mats enjoying the attention of around 100 students. Keep Reading

Entertainment

Chicago: A look behind the scenes

“Chicago”, a compelling, energetic and powerful Broadway musical originally performed in 1996, is the story of fame, fortune and all that jazz. This year, the Heritage’s Fine Arts department brings Chicago in the same compelling light with their senior high spring musical. Keep Reading

In between tapas

Entretapas is definitely among my top restaurants in this area, especially when I’m in the mood for a relaxing, but hearty dinner with the family. With its modern-yet-traditional take on decor, lively night performances that light up the room and satisfying dishes, this restaurant might be the place to visit if you’re looking for something a little different than pizza or a tray of sushi. Keep Reading

Opinion

Got Senioritis?

Second semester of senior year rolls around, and all you can think of is the mere four months you have left of high school. Laziness and procrastination kicks in, and you slowly start to care less and less about each night’s schoolwork and focus more on future plans. Grades slowly start to decrease, but the anxiety and panic that used to follow is nowhere to be found. Keep Reading

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