by Diego Perdomo The preemptive attack on Pearl Harbor was marked by a multitude of courageous acts performed by American servicemen and women. Doris Miller, a Mess Attendant, Third Class, was one of these exemplary figures, aiding wounded soldiers and firing a machine gun to fend off Japanese planes. Because
by Sarah Perez The pounding of a bass drum echoes off the walls of the gymnasium as the members of West Broward’s indoor percussion play their very last note of the show. The atmosphere of the gym goes to a standstill for the ensemble as they are frozen during that
by Kiera Cerino On Feb. 14, West Broward hosted the “Be the Change” event with a variety of clubs offering activities to students and faculty. The event served as a reminder of how people can make a change in their community and promote the love, kindness and service that surrounds
by Kiera Cerino As communities around the world are affected by the damages that earthquakes cause, areas in the Caribbean have experienced the disastrous events firsthand. With over 2,000 earthquakes occurring throughout the beginning of 2020, the buildings damaged and lives lost show how disastrous the recent earthquakes have become.
by Nathania Mullings Less than three weeks ago there were seven candidates vying to become the democratic nominee for the president of the United States. After Super Tuesday’s shocking results, the race has been narrowed down to Senator Bernie Sanders and former vice president Joe Biden. March 10th will be