The Serpent's Tale

South Miamis Senior Artists: Part One

South Miami’s Senior Artists: Part One

Angelina Rubalcava, Design Editor
April 9, 2021

South Miami Senior High is distinguished as a School of the Arts, with some of its programs not offered anywhere else in the county! Within our five magnets offered are the Graphic Design and Illustration...

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Gap Years Before College

Elixyane Ferraz, Writer
February 3, 2021

The beginning of these holidays has given us the time to wonder what there is to do after high school other than college. While it may not be an option for many, considering a gap year might bring new...

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Tenet Movie Review: A Christopher Nolan Film That Challenges Your Perspective About Everything and Anything.

Jasmine Fernandez, Lead
February 2, 2021

When portraying a world in which the possibility of mind-bending theories connected to time and space come alive, it can get pretty messy. This is especially true in Christopher Nolan’s newest film,...

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K.G. Album Review

Adriel Basulto, Lead
December 8, 2020

I feel it’s only fair to preface this by establishing the immense love I have for King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard. With that disclaimer out of the way, K.G. is an amazing album. Being one of the...

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South Miami Creates Hope During Pandemic

Elixyane Ferraz, Writer
December 3, 2020

The closure of schools at the end of last school year brought a period of adaptation for all of us. Students and teachers, who relied on the familiarity that South Miami Senior High provided were forced...

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The Return of the Mandalorian

Alberto Rosales, Lead
December 3, 2020

 After a well received first season with a plethora of new characters and planets, The Mandalorian delivered once more with three new episodes, each as interesting and enjoyable as the one before.  Episode...

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How Low-Income Students are Adapting to Virtual School

Anna-Marie Skelly, Writer
November 24, 2020

One of the issues urging schools to reopen is the negative impact virtual schooling has had on low-income families and students. Prior to the pandemic, working class parents could drop off their younger...

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TV Review: The Umbrella Academy

Maria Aguilera, Co-Editor-in-Chief
November 24, 2020

Based on the comic book series by Gerard Way and Gabriel Ba, The Umbrella Academy is here to break all the rules in the best way possible. This story is centered around the struggles of a dysfunctional...

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The Go Go’s: A Story About Female Ambition

Lorena Santana, Lead
November 24, 2020

The 90-minute documentary directed by Alison Ellwood explores and follows The Go Go’s on their long and arduous journey to becoming the first successful all-female band to play their own instruments...

From Hitchcock to Mel Brook: Great Directors and Their Films That Changed the Industry

From Hitchcock to Mel Brook: Great Directors and Their Films That Changed the Industry

Lorena Santana, Lead
November 24, 2020

  There have been many great directors who have changed the film industry with their powerful art. These directors have created classic films that have been a hit all around the world and inspired many...

Meditation for Your Stress

Meditation for Your Stress

Helen Rios, Junior Editor
November 5, 2020

As teenagers, we experience stress in our daily lives due to school, work, sports, and sometimes simply life at home. Making time for yourself can be difficult, especially if you have a busy schedule....

Healthy Eating at Home: How and Where to Start

Healthy Eating at Home: How and Where to Start

Helen Rios, Junior Editor
October 30, 2020

Eating healthy has, for the most part, always been viewed as boring and bland. We live in a country where processed foods are on every corner. These foods, though unhealthy, are easily accessible, cheap,...

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