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10 Fun Facts

10 Fun Facts

Naomi Shimunov, Reporter

October 10, 2013


Filed under Critical Analysis, Did You Know

  The very first food eaten by a U.S astronaut in outer space was applesauce. In the classic cartoon series Popeye, Popeye’s girlfriend Olive Oyl was given a different name in Spain, because olive oil was considered too important to be a cartoon character. In the Harry Potter film fra...

The History of Drone Technology

The History of Drone Technology

Serhiy Dmytruk, Editor

June 2, 2013


Filed under Critical Analysis, How'd It Happen

A drone, or an unmanned aircraft, is an aerial vehicle designed to be used without a human pilot onboard. The idea of eliminating the human counterpart from aerial vehicles developed as early as World War I and continued to become an ambitious achievement even for today. The development of drone tech...

Editorial

Kimberly Nazario, Editor

June 2, 2013


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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...

Did you know????

The Stunning Kaylah Sanchez, Reporter

June 2, 2013


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Hey guys, the school year is almost over! If we’re in school any longer, our brains might explode. But I think there is still enough space in your craniums to jam in these fun facts you probably didn’t know. So did you know...? 1. The phrase “rule of thumb” is derived from an old English law...

How Did It Happen? The Development of the NYC Subway System

How Did It Happen? The Development of the NYC Subway System

Serhiy Dmytruk, Reporter

April 11, 2013


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New York City has been a thriving urban location that changed on, and within, its surface to provide a better commuter experience. Throughout the late 19th and 20th centuries, NYC has been growing in residence and industry, both which required greater methods of transportation. The City contained simple...

Editorial- Truth or Scandal

Michealla Aprigliano, Reporter

April 11, 2013


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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...

Did You Know?

Kaylah Sanchez, Reporter

April 11, 2013


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1. Even if you cut off a cockroach’s head, it can live for several weeks. 2. The word "mustache" (also spelled "moustache") comes from the Greek term "moustaki". 3. The number of Nutella jars sold annually, if lined up, would wrap around the moon four times. 4. People spend...

Did You Know

March 1, 2013


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Did you know? By the Beautiful Kaylah Sanchez Remember the time you didn't know these facts? #good times! So did you know? 1. Ralph Laurens original name was Ralph Lifshitz. 2. Dreamt is the only word that ends in mt. 3. M&M chocolate stands for the initials of its inventors Mars and Murrie. 4....

Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy

Hifza Ahmed, Editor

February 16, 2013


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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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