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TOM 2021 is being organized and plan for October of this year by TCS students.

TCS Robotics Team Prepares for TOM 2021

Gabriel Meynard, Discoverer Staff Writer
April 18, 2021

The TCS robotics team, the Light Blue Lizards, is in charge of preparing Tikkun Olam Makers (TOM) for 2021 at The Columbus School, and despite the pandemic, students will be able to participate. TOM...

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The Lightning Blue Lizards after a successful season

Robotics Team’s Plans for the 2021 Season

Juan Lorenzo Gutierrez, Discoverer Staff Writer
April 8, 2021

Due to the lack of competitive opportunities, The Lightning Blue Lizards will focus this season on community service, working alongside public schools to help people with disabilities. After realizing...

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TCS students using technology in the recently built high school library before the COVID-19 Pandemic. Students were able to dispose of this facility at any time before the start of social isolation in which they could use their computers alongside many other resources to facilitate their learning.

Technology’s Effect on Students Health during COVID-19 Pandemic

Miguel Restrepo, Discoverer Staff Writer
October 1, 2020

The exponential increment of the use of technology during virtual school and quarantine has concerned school directives as it could potentially threaten to harm the student’s mental health and well-being. TCS...

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Console and screen , lights up the dark room during the night

Gaming, the Result of Surviving Quarantine 

Martin Zuluaga Chavez, Discoverer Staff Writer
August 30, 2020

I remember getting annoyed when I lost while playing video games. I just quit and turned off the console, even smashing the controller with my bed once. At that moment I felt that it was a complete waste...

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Lightning Lizards try out their demo robots for upcoming competitions.

TCS Robotics Takes 4th in VexRobotics Competition

Tomás Pérez De Greiff, Discoverer Staff Writer
November 25, 2019

TCS robotics team, Lightning Blue Lizards, took 4th place and Teamwork Award at the VexRobotics competition at  Escuela de Ingeniería on November 9. The champion earned a place at the Robotics World...

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Here we have a physical comparison of a Samsung Galaxy S10 and a iPhone XS.

Apple vs. Samsung

Pedro Pablo Uribe , Discovery Staff Writter
May 16, 2019

The smartphone war each time gets tougher and tougher, two giant, high-end flagships have been competing for top place this year, Apple’s iPhone XS and Samsung’s Galaxy S 10. First let's talk about...

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Luciano Fernandez, 11th grader at TCS,  is a recent customer of the iPad Pro. Works efficiently during class, using the iPad´s adaptable keyboard.

iPad Pro, revolunises technology

Pedro Pablo Uribe , Discovery Staff Writter
May 9, 2019

The best Apple product yet, the  iPad Pro, comes with a whole new design. Innovating a design without a home button, where tactil gestures are the main function of this new iPad. Assimilating to the iPhone...

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Lightning Blue Lizards outdoors from the George R. Brown Convention Center where the Championship was held.

The Lightning Blue Lizards at the World Championship

Jose Correa, Discoverer Staff Writer
May 9, 2019

Back from the World Championship, The Lightning Blue Lizards traveled again to the United States to compete on the First Robotics Championship, which was held in Houston Texas from April 17th to 20th. The...

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High School student gets distracted on his phone.

Connected To Phones, Disconnected From Reality

Daniel Barrientos , Discoverer Staff Writer
May 6, 2019

Today, we spend an average of six hours a day, forty hours a week and one hundred sixty hours a month, exclusively connected to our smartphones. On a bigger scale, an average person can spend more than...

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The Columbus School’s Robotics Team and their Robot celebrate after winning the Rookie All Star Award out of 20 other Rookie teams that participated on the South Florida FRC regional. Winning this award grants the Lightning Blue Lizards a spot on the FRC World Championship in Houston, April 18th to 20th.

Rookie Champions! The Lightning Blue Lizards win a spot on the FRC World Championship.

José Correa, Discoverer Staff Writer
April 14, 2019

Winners of the Rookie All-Star Award, The Lightning Blue Lizards team traveled to the United States to take part in  First Robotics Competition (FRC) in West Palm Beach Convention Center from March 28-30. FRC...

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Video Games in the Classroom

Video Games in the Classroom

Luciano Fernandez Puerta, Staff Writer
February 27, 2019

For the past 200 years, children have spent 6-8 hours at school taking notes from a whiteboard and expected to memorize all kinds of information. An ancient Greco-Roman educational system still illogically...

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A Human, a Monster, and a Prince from the Dark. This is what is needed to restore balance in Deltarune. A similarity can be compared to Undertale. Souls, 7 Human souls are needed. When asgore kills 7 humans he will become Godlike and destroy the barrier, then we will be free. “This games have lots of similarities and are basically parallel universes, but one tells a story about two races and one tells a story about balance and disorder,” Pedro Juan Henao, 11th grade TCS student, said.

Deltarune or Undertale?

Pedro Juan Henao, Discoverer Staff Writer
January 10, 2019

Undertale is a world where Monsters and Humans were divided because of the war between the two races. After a long battle humans were victorious and locked the monsters in the underground leaving them...

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