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Specialized High Schools Are The New Target

Specialized High Schools Are The New Target

Alyssa Lee, Reporter

June 5, 2019

Within the New York City public school system, the specialized high schools of New York City are of the few prestigious schools that serve the highly academic, as well as artistic students living throughout the five boroughs of Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, the Bronx, and Manhattan. These nine selec...

Are You Okay?

Are You Okay?

Aisha Ayub and Ayesha Mustafa, Reporters

June 5, 2019

It’s time to break the silence on the reality of our youth today. We used to have things like smallpox and HIV/AIDS devastating the world. Now we have epidemics such as depression, anxiety, and stress, which play a big part in our daily lives. Mental illnesses makes things in life harder than they...

The Human Brain is Outdated

The Human Brain is Outdated

Ian Cernokulski, Reporter

June 5, 2019

Have you thought about what you’re going to wear today? What about your morning meal, did you think about that too? We all have. Those are the thoughts we encounter every day, and such thoughts of, “how are we going to live the day today,” perhaps helped us to exist for thousands of years. A human...

The Dark Side of Finance

The Dark Side of Finance

Matthew Grubin, Reporter

June 5, 2019

Our world is built by financing certain projects, or just creating businesses. Many people don’t really know how bonds, grants, and stock options work. However, personal finance in more relevant to an average person's life. There are five mains categories of personal finance- income, protection, sp...

Is Technology Destroying Us?

Is Technology Destroying Us?

Emroyana Caesar

June 5, 2019

Technology is  anything that makes life simpler. For example, for the caveman technology were the sticks and rocks used to make a fire. For the Egyptians, the ramp and lever were technological developments invented to aid in construction; but in modern day, technology is usually in reference to electronics such...

School Shootings

School Shootings

Erin Harkin, Reporter

June 5, 2019

April 20th marked the 20th year since the first major school shooting at Columbine High School. This deadly massacre sparked many debates on the issue of gun control. In Colorado, the Columbine massacre resulted in the deaths of 12 students and one teacher. Two male students came into the school with...

The History & Future of Abortion Laws in the United States

The History & Future of Abortion Laws in the United States

Melanie Justiniano, Reporter

June 5, 2019

"Abortions cannot just be theoretically legal, it has to be literally accessible." - - John Oliver Recently Alabama passed a bill that bans abortions, unless it is fatal to the mother or fetus. Basically, if the fetus cannot survive outside the womb, abortion is acceptable. This bill also states...

Let’s Talk Openly About Mental Health Issues

Let’s Talk Openly About Mental Health Issues

Wenyan Zhang, Reporter

March 27, 2019

Millions of Americans are affected by mental illness every year, and the fact that mental health disorders are pervasive in the United States is no secret. However, many people don’t realize that not only adults, but millions of American students also suffer from mental health problems. Only a fraction...

Emergence of the Complexity

Emergence of the Complexity

Muhammad Ahsan, Reporter

March 27, 2019

When Hydrogen is in gas form, it is highly flammable and explosive, but when the same hydrogen forms a bond with oxygen, it becomes a flame extinguisher. Water has entirely different properties compared to the properties of the atoms that make it up. The same phenomenon can be observed in living things....

Roads?! Where we’re going, we don’t need roads.

Roads?! Where we’re going, we don’t need roads.

Ian Cernokulski, Reporter

March 27, 2019

Time travel has always been a part of the fictional world, such as Back To The Future or Doctor Who. However, not many realize that traveling through time is absolutely possible, and was done many times before. If there was a prize for the most time traveled to the future, then Sergei Krikalev would ha...

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