The Discoverer

Sara Ortega

Sara Ortega, Copy Editor

Sara Ortega is a member of the class of 2021. This is her second year taking Journalism and carries the job of Copy Editor. Her first published article was a beat titled “Girl Up as New Leaders” in 2019. Apart from her passion towards writing, Sara is passionate for learning new languages and mathematics. She speaks french, english and spanish and plans to study Financial Engineering. Cooking also became one of her discovered talents and favorite hobbies during quarantine.

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To Kill a Mockingbird book cover. The story is set in the mid-1930s in the small town of Maycomb, Alabama. It is narrated by Jean Louise Finch, an unusually intelligent girl who lives with her father Atticus and her ten-year-old brother Jem.

A Timeless Lesson on Morality

April 13, 2021

“Shoot all the blue jays you want, if you can hit 'em, but remember it's a sin to kill a mockingbird." Drawing on her own childhood and experience, Harper Lee uses a child's innocence to portray the...

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This is Why You Should Take a Gap Year

This is Why You Should Take a Gap Year

April 12, 2021

Ever since I visited Paris for the first time, I told my parents that the only thing I knew for sure after finishing school was living there. As my graduation date approaches, and my deciding upon my future...

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Distance Learning Should Not Imitate In-Person Teaching

Distance Learning Should Not Imitate In-Person Teaching

February 22, 2021

Imagine you are a high school student taking a calculus test at home. You look through the questions and have no clue on how to solve them. However, your best friend excels at math. Would you ask for their...

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Strawberry Miloja, served with hot arequipe sauce, is offered at the modern restaurant, Wok House, located in Provenza.

Wok House: Best Asian Cuisine in Medellín

November 19, 2020

Asian cuisine has become one of the most popular in the international gastronomic scene. Elegant restaurants are becoming more successful and new flavors are gaining recognition in cities like Medellín....

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Girls’ soccer virtual training session on September 22nd with no participants connected, only coaches are visible.

Virtual Polideportivo Lacks Participants

September 28, 2020

Due to cancellation of tournaments and an abrupt change of coaches forced by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, virtual polideportivo faces a lack of sign ups for the upcoming semester. Coaches, who...

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Rodrigo de Ovando streams from the 54D gym in Miami.

Training More than Your Body

August 30, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has definitely impacted the lives of everyone around the world. Businessmen, blue-collar workers, and teenagers who used to stick to daily routines are currently struggling to...

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TCS GIN team’s greenhouse is almost ready to be harvested and on time for its first delivery.

GIN Subscription Program Delivers the Green

November 30, 2019

TCS GIN team has implemented Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), beginning this December to insure that all crops harvested in the greenhouse are sold.  The 15 people who subscribe will pay a fixed...

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Delegados de Senado de la República debatiendo sobre el proyecto de ley de Colombia.


March 8, 2018

En la comisión del Senado de la República se propuso el tema del proyecto de ley, la creciente corrupción y la la reforma de algunas leyes. El debate abordó el tema de la dignidad humana,  como...

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