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Emara Sáez

Emara Sáez, Managing Editor

It is Emara’s second year on the Achona staff, and she is now the Managing Editor and runs the Twitter account. She enjoys writing articles, especially topics covering culture and politics, and she believes it is very important to stay up to date on the news. She encourages her peers to do the same. Outside of Achona, she has been an active participant on the Speech and Debate team since her freshman year as well as the social justice club since junior year, where she also manages its Instagram page. In the classroom, Emara has always challenged herself by taking Advanced Placement courses, such as AP Government and Politics, which she hopes will prepare her for further education at, preferably, a northeast liberal arts college where she will major in political science. After college, she hopes to become a lawyer specialized in either international or immigration law as she will then be able to continue to fight for social justice on behalf of her clients. Academics and extracurriculars aside, Emara loves to spend time with her family and friends, watch “Avatar” on Netflix, listen to the podcast “The Daily” from the New York Times, and baking cupcakes --- but baking cookies will forever be her downfall as a cook. 

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Pandemic fatigue is likely one of the causes of the recent uptick in COVID-19 cases across the United States and Europe.

Combatting Pandemic Fatigue

Emara Sáez, Managing Editor
October 29, 2020
As the pandemic has continued in America, economic conditions for the working class have worsened while the richest have seen their wealth increase.

COVID-19 Widens Wealth Gap in America

Emara Sáez, Managing Editor
October 9, 2020
September is known as Suicide Awareness Month. During this month, mental health is brought to the forefront of media in order to raise awareness about suicide warning signs and the importance of proper mental health care

The Dangers of Viral Violent Content

Emara Sáez, Managing Editor
September 18, 2020
Students were welcomed by two balloon arches that were put on both sides of the campus.

AHN Starts The 2020-2021 School Year

Emara Saéz, Managing Editor
August 20, 2020
Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the fifth installment of the game, was originally set to release in 2019. Due to unexpected delays, it was finally released on March 20, 2020 for the Nintendo Switch Console.

Why is Animal Crossing so Popular?

Emara Sáez, Junior Staff Writer
May 16, 2020
Achona Online wants to recognize the handwork of the senior athletes of the Class of 2020. Congratulations girls!

Honoring Spring Sports Senior Athletes

Emara Sáez, Junior Staff Writer
April 30, 2020
Seminole Heights, a once predominantly black neighborhood, is experiencing gentrification due to the citys renovation efforts and construction of commercial buildings such as Armature Works.

The Gentrification of West Tampa

Emara Sáez, Junior Staff Writer
March 30, 2020
Carnavales are a huge part of Hispanic culture because they represent a mix of tradition, indigenous heritage, and symbolism.

Carnaval Season Comes to an End

Emara Sáez, Junior Staff Writer
February 27, 2020
76 percent of Latinos often celebrate U.S. holidays, and 86 percent of Latinos feel it is natural to live and act in ways that are typical of U.S. American culture.

How Hispanics Celebrate Thanksgiving

Emara Sáez, Junior Staff Writer
November 22, 2019
Desde el año 2016, hay 36.3 millones de Mexicanos en los Estados Unidos.

Mexicanos Celebran el Día de los Muertos

Emara Sáez, Junior Staff Writer
November 6, 2019
Every year, about 1.9 million students take the ACT standardized exam.

ACT and College Board Change Their Policies

Emara Sáez, Junior Staff Writer
October 29, 2019
Desde 1980, el porcentaje de personas bilingües en los Estados Unidos se ha duplicado.

¿Que significa ser bilingüe?

Emara Sáez, Junior Staff Writer
October 15, 2019
Imposter syndrome, a crippling form of intellectual self-doubt, affects women in greater numbers than men.

How Imposter Syndrome Affects Women

Emara Sáez, Junior Staff Writer
October 4, 2019
Hispanic Heritage Month was originally, in 1968 when it started, a week long celebration.

Academy Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Emara Sáez, Junior Staff Writer
September 26, 2019
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