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The French Attack 2015

The French Attack 2015

Kevin Lam, Reporter

February 23, 2015

Media faced a flagrant trampling on the freedom of press – the terrorist attacks in France massacred 10 people in Paris to begin 2015. Undermining the core of freedom of speech and publication, terrorism is - unwilling to admit – seizing our thoughts and the world’s spotlight. Charlie Hebdo is a ...

Editorial- Kids With Guns?

Editorial- Kids With Guns?

Kimberly Nazario, Reporter

October 2, 2014

Did you know that a certain shooting range in Las Vegas, and perhaps many more, allow children as young as eight years old to use machine guns? Worst of all, they’re allowed to use these guns on full-auto, as long as they’re accompanied by a parent or guardian, of course. The range, named Outdoor...

“Not a racist.” vs “Don’t bring him to my game.”

Kevin Lam, Reporter

June 3, 2014

Revealed by TMZ.com, Donald Sterling's racist comments were the most outrageous and discouraging news story of May. It bombarded our TV screens and filled the headlines of all sports magazines. Billboard Music Award's top artist Justin Timberlake said live on TV, “I wanna thank everybody on Earth,...

Editorial- The Ukrainian Crisis

Voniel Brown, Reporter

April 23, 2014

The entire world is on the edge of its seat awaiting fresh news from the Crimean peninsula, ever since the Russian incursion. The incident began as a simple protest movement, about the economic future of the Ukraine. The small protest then erupted into major international scandal that has put Europe...

Another Chris Christie Scandal

Kimberly Nazario, Editor

February 10, 2014

Chris Christie. The name itself could bring many adults to immediate rage but, let’s face it, most of us don’t even care about what’s going on in politics. Chris Christie, governor of New Jersey, apparently found a way to close two of the three lanes leading to the George Washington Bridge. Why...

Editorial “A New Era?”

Editorial “A New Era?”

Voniel Brown, Reporter

December 10, 2013

On November 5, 2013 Bill de Blasio was elected as the Mayor of New York City; a historic victory in scope and significance. De Blasio will become the first Democratic mayoral candidate to win the election in two decades, beating Joe Lhota in a landslide victory with 73% of the vote. This gives the Mayor-Elect...

Editorial

Kimberly Nazario, Editor

June 3, 2013

On May 6, 2013, Sports Illustrated published an issue including a story about 34-year old NBA player Jason Collins “coming out.” If you walk down the FDR hallways, you can usually hear teenage boys acting all macho about this and saying very mean and cruel things about Jason Collins. Speaking fr...

Editorial- Truth or Scandal

Michealla Aprigliano, Reporter

April 12, 2013

Six centuries ago, the first pope to resign was Gregory XII. His papacy began in 1405 and ended 10 years later in 1415. In 1415, there were three popes: Gregory XII, antipope Benedict XIII, and John XXIII. Gregory XII and John XXIII agreed to resign in order to allow for a new election of a single...

Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy

Hifza Ahmed, Editor

February 16, 2013

We've had too many hurricanes the past few years. However, none of them was more devastating than the recent Hurricane Sandy. It was one of the largest storms to ever hit the East Coast. This incredible disaster impacted many parts of the United States.  New Jersey, Long Island, and New York City all...

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