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Seniors 2021 Diaries: One Word

Seniors 2021 Diaries: One Word

Marianna Román , Editor-In-Chief
May 12, 2021

Designs by: Camila Ceballos Arango, 2020-2021 Design Editor If you had to pick one word to describe your 2020-2021 Senior Year, what word would you choose? These are some of ours. The school...

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INSPIR-ARTE: Sustainability by Camila Ceballos

Emiliana Valencia Mejia, Discoverer Staff Writer
February 13, 2020

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Skatepark Puente de la 4 Sur

David Valencia, Discoverer Staff Writer
June 7, 2019

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International Military Tribunal's Lawyers

COSMUN 2019: Day 2 Photos

Carolina Mira, COSMUN News
April 12, 2019

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WHO president, Sofia Niño

COSMUN 2019: Day 1 Fun

Andrea Restrepo, COSMUN News
April 11, 2019

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LEGAL, the rule of international law.

COSMUN 2019: Day 1

Carolina Mira, COSMUN News
April 11, 2019

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The library has hundreds of books on every topic imaginable, from psychology to literature, anyone can find a book that interests them.

Uva Park Public Library: A Hidden Treasure

Mathias Echavarria, Discoverer Staff Writer
November 27, 2018

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The classic pizza “Margherita” is one of the top ordered at the restaurant.

Romero, the Best Gastronomic Experience

Andrea Ochoa , Discoverer Staff Writer
November 19, 2018

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During clinical rotations even though each student is given a different patient it is very important to communicate between fellow companions. Medical students are bound to know every treatment for each disease but sometimes the signs between diseases can be really similar, to be 100 percent sure that what they are giving the patient is correct sometimes they may need some else's opinion.

A Day in the Life of Medical Student

Maria Jose Puerta Botero, Discoverer Staff Writer
November 7, 2018

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Medellín Gourmet: An Exciting Culinary Experience

Sofia Nuñez, Discoverer Staff Writer
November 7, 2018

 

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 9th grade students try to reach the orange flag and beat the other teams that already reached it. “We could finally be part of this famous game and it was awesome,” Juliana Mira, 9th grade student, said.

TCS Halloween 2018

Valentina Velez, News Editor
November 1, 2018

 

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