Early Start of School Can Cause Lack of Sleep For Kids

By Janeidy Valentin ‘21

May 24, 2018

Numerous students around the world love waking up in the morning and getting ready for school, while others don’t. Many students suffer from sleep disorders because they are not getting enough hours of sleep that they are supposed...

Defending Daca: Why Children Should Not Pay for the Sins of their Parents

May 23, 2018

On the fifth of September, President Trump posted a tweet that has now left the lives of around 800,000 people in question. Not only that, but the situation grows more complex every second that passes us by. DACA, also known...

How Technology Has Changed the World

By Elizabeth Patch ‘21

May 23, 2018

One of the biggest technology products that everyone uses is cell phones. Cell phones have taken over the world, and they will continue to develop even more. Cell phones have made communication, finding the latest news, and many...

Corruption is Overtaking Those in Power

By Alexis Leotta ‘18

May 23, 2018

Corruption is a plague that has seeped its way into the government, affecting so many people to the point to where it is just unreasonable. More often than not, most politicians are caught up in a scandal in which they abused...

Canceling DACA sends setback towards America

By Hailey Finocchio ’18

May 23, 2018

President Trump is moving forward on his plan to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program. The DACA program gives immigrants (otherwise known as Dreamers in this case) an opportunity to have a safe home, receive...

A Christmas Wish

By Janeidy Valentin ’21

May 23, 2018

It was a cold and snowing Christmas morning, and all the houses were full of blankets of snow. Everyone snuggled in their favorite pjs and cuddled in their warm blankets. All were enjoying the holidays with their family by watching...

Schools deny children a chance to learn about the world in an attempt to protect them

By Aliya Rembelinsky ’21

May 23, 2018

Staying ‘politically correct’ [or just ‘PC’ for short] is something many schools take pride in. They make sure no one is offended, and everything is a safe space for anyone no matter who they are. For the most part, this...

How college sports affect a college education

By Elizabeth Patch ’21

May 22, 2018

As the college athlete ran around trying to get everything together, his heart began to beat at a rapid pace. Things were flying through the air, loud crashes were heard as the student rushed to gather his belongings. Hair pulling,...

The torture never ends

By Alexis Leotta ‘18

May 22, 2018

Beads of sweat are dripping down the side of young faces as they make their way into school. The feeling in their stomach feels like slugs that are trying to stop them from proceeding any further, especially when they know exactly...

Why snow days are harming the students and district

By Sean Fleming ‘21

May 22, 2018

Most students, big or small, always look forward to the winter season. Part of it might be the excitement for winter break, or maybe it’s the holidays. All in all, however, snow days are the best. A break in the school week...

Renovations to Disney

By Hailey Finocchio ‘18

May 22, 2018

When hearing the phrase “amusement park,” people may think of the famous Disney World or Disneyland parks. Opening in the years 1955 and 1971, Disney soon became a cultural phenomenon that still is thriving today. In order...

The NCAA rules are bogus

By Kyle Dugan ‘21

May 22, 2018

Top high school prospects only have one choice to go to after high school, college. There main goal is to go to the professionals in their certain sport. Yet, the NCAA makes it harder for growing adults to grow their brand. Many...