Student Council Elections

At the end of every student year, between May and June, the student council from that school year celebrates an election. Alumni between the sophomore, junior, and senior range can participate in it. The elections consist of an activity where you, as a tenth-grade student, can postulate as a spokesman or a secretary, eleventh-graders can […]

A Year Passed

Nescience The time apart took a toll on sanity Letting us astray of morals and belief.   Our home has been ripped of its essence Leaving the vain left standing ‘Till nature lets them free.   The constant disbelief in mortality  Has left youth in ignorance The indifference towards the future  Has left them living […]

Our Teachers Already Have the Vaccine!

As we know, the virus Covid-19, which has come to stay, also brought with it new modalities and adaptations. One of them was to teach classes virtually. It has been a tough process for all of us as students and teachers.    During the past year, many scientists have been performing tests and studies to […]

Face to face meetings in Lux Mundi

We all know that recently we’ve had the opportunity to attend school. We’ve done all sorts of activities from catching up on subjects with our teacher to playing “el pañuelito” with our friends. It has been a great experience and a chance to breathe freely away from Zoom and computers. Our brains are exhausted from […]

Beautiful Spring

Welcome back, Spring You don’t know how much I missed you I can’t believe  you are already here Now I can see why the sun smiles when you are near. I noticed you came  when flowers bloomed again Because winter took away The flowers you created. But we must never forget  What Fall did to […]

Different Perspectives of Freedom

Freedom is a word that signifies a right to some but a dream to others. While I watched a series called Attack on Titan during winter break, this topic was often highlighted in diverse ways by the characters. Eren, the main character, is best described as impulsive, loyal and passionate. “If you win, you live. […]

Anya del Toro Returns to Lux Mundi

Anya del Toro is a Dominican broadcast journalist that graduated from our school, Lux Mundi, in the year 2000. She first entered Manhattanville College in New York, but upon discovering her passion, she transferred to Emmerson College in Boston. Since then, she’s had the opportunity to work with important journalists of our country, such as […]

A Day for Women

Women deserve and want a world where we have an equal future free of stigmas, stereotypes, and violence; the strength that a women’s movement  achieved throughout the world crosses borders, cultural, economic, and ideological differences of any kind. If women and men all over the world get together to join forces they could be able […]

11th Grade: Dominican Day Activity

Every year the junior year class does an activity for Dominican independence day. This year it belongs to the class of 2022. Usually, a big Dominican bake sale is made where the class sells a bunch of typical food from our country like, “yaniqueques, frio frio, mantecaditos, mangú, salami, queso frito” and more. Because of […]