The day that was full of confusion as the students and teachers switched places for a day

By Janeidy Valentin ‘21

May 21, 2018

Teachers and students think that the other person’s life is easy, but is not. Teachers do not seem to notice how stressful it is to be a student who has many tests, quizzes, projects, and homework assignments. It is especially...

Always cry over spilled ink

By Aliya Rembelinsky ’21

May 21, 2018

Somewhere, someone is sitting alone in a room, a desk with a single laptop and a notebook off to the side with a pen almost out of ink. There is a nearly empty coffee a small ways away, and the room is completely silent. Everything...

Horrors of Simple Typos

By Elizabeth Patch ‘21

May 21, 2018

In today’s society, technology has completely taken over the world. Typos have become very common in today’s society because of laziness. The most common typos or abbreviations that you probably should not use at work or school...

We’re harboring little monsters we call angels

By Alexis Leotta ‘18

May 21, 2018

The dismantled walls gouged out with claw marks, the ear-screeching howling at the birds, the painstaking routine to make sure the glass enclosures securing a scaly beast is just the right temperature of extreme heat--each of...

The only source of heat at a cold bus stop is human interaction, and it’s fading

By Sean Fleming ‘21

May 21, 2018

The air is freezing. You feel the wind crawling at your back. In your fatal journey to the bus stop. You’re greeted by the backs of heads and the… cold shoulder. No? Okay. Anyway, standing at the bus stop is like standing...

The Blind Spot

By Hailey Finocchio ’18

May 21, 2018

When you think of a razor scooter, you don’t usually expect to hear that it was responsible for a near death experience. I think it is safe to say that I am the only person you know who has managed to rip her eye open from...

Feeling like a caveman in the 21st century

By Kyle Dugan ‘21

May 21, 2018

When I get a ding or a buzz, and I see one of my good friends Snapchatted me, I instantly grab my phone and unlock it and go to the app. Then it won’t let me open the picture he sent me. I think it’s just a normal thing with...

Roommates or cells mates

By Gianna LoMonico ‘17

December 18, 2016

My sister Cristina and I have been sharing a room since I was seven and she was five. So, as you can see, I’ve been tortured most of my life. It’s like having a relative come and stay with you who never leaves. Somedays it...

The great mysteries in life

By Ali Vergilio ‘17

December 18, 2016

We all wonder about different things in life. We wonder what our future is going to be like. How could have I have changed something in the past, or even what will happen tomorrow? But, there are those questions that slip your...

A life with four older brothers

By Alexis Theckston ‘20

December 18, 2016

If a person has nothing but brothers, especially older brothers, you are just doomed from the start. When people asked me how many siblings I have, I always answered, “I have four older brothers and no sisters.” As soon as...

How to be popular in high school

By Chloe Senatore ‘17

December 18, 2016

Listen, everyone wants to be popular in high school: it should honestly be everybody’s top priority. Unfortunately, only a select few students of specific qualities get to actually be popular: they’re probably not even a full...

How to survive babysitting

By Anna Potrzuski ‘20

December 18, 2016

Being under the age of sixteen sucks. You most likely still live at your parents’ house. You cannot drive, and the most-sucky thing, you probably do not have a job. No job means no money, and when you do not have money, you...