The New Dealer

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Health or Favor? The School Lunch Debate

Health or Favor? The School Lunch Debate

Mena Matta, Reporter

December 4, 2015


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We all have the same feeling towards school lunch: It doesn’t fill us or fit us at all. Most students have gone to other alternatives such as pre-packed lunch or ordering from outside. It wasn’t like this before the Healthy, Hunger-free Kids Act was passed by Congress in 2012. You probably don’...

The Life of Chinese High School Students

The Life of Chinese High School Students

Xiaoying Mei, Reporter

December 4, 2015


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Unlike in America, where the length of time spent in school usually stays constant from first grade through high school, the Chinese public school day, and study competition, increases as students grow older. High school students in China get up early and arrive at school at 7:00 am to begin their morning...

Cornered Students Exercise “The Privilege”

Cornered Students Exercise “The Privilege”

Kevin Lam

December 4, 2015


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Before the eyes of the world were focused on the Paris massacre, the national headlines were all about the protests at University of Missouri. Students were clamoring for the change about racism on campus and seeking to change the  bureaucratic school administration – which hindered the development...

The Fire Side Chat- The Common Core

The Fire Side Chat- The Common Core

Jeffery Doherty and Boris Kaplan, Reporters

December 4, 2015


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Why are we 27th in Math? Why are we 20th in Science? How did No Child Left Behind leave us all behind in education? At one time many pointed to poor education as being the main reason why we were left behind.  Leaders like President Barack Obama, and former President George W. Bush, decided that th...

Fun Facts- Did You Know?

Fun Facts- Did You Know?

Mohinur Bakaeva, Reporter

October 4, 2015


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1) The wedding ring goes on the left ring finger, because it’s the only finger with a vein that connects to the heart. 2)  Human saliva has a boiling point three times that of regular water. 3) The reason the taste of artificial banana flavoring, and artificial banana flavored products, doesn’t taste like ba...

Manga Time! The Gamer

Manga Time! The Gamer

Yelsy Estrada, Reporter

October 4, 2015


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Have you ever wondered what being a game character feels like? Leveling up? Gaining certain abilities through the actions you do? Han Jee-Han was a normal teenager that was addicted to video games. One day he developed the Natural Ability User. He possessed the ability called" The Gamer," where he exp...

You Make A Clock, They Call It A Bomb!

Kevin Lam, Editorial Reporter

October 4, 2015


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“My son’s name is Mohamed. People just think Muslims are terrorists, but we are peaceful, we are not that way,” says Mohamed Elhassan Mohamed, father of the famous 15-year old clock maker from Irving, Texas. Ahmed Mohamed, a ninth grader in MacArthur High School was handcuffed and taken to a...

What is PETA?

What is PETA?

Yvonne Arenas, Repor

October 4, 2015


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Animals are a part of the world. There are so many types of animals such as bears, tigers, snakes, dogs, cats, and etc. There is an organization called PETA that aims at protecting them. PETA stands for: People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. This organization's goal is to stop animal cruelty....

Beware- Sexual Assult

Beware- Sexual Assult

Annie Abreu, Reporter

June 2, 2015


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Sexual assault is a big problem in a city as large as New York. Emma Sulkowicz, a former Visual Arts major at Columbia University, is sadly a victim. Sulkowicz was allegedly raped in her own dorm room during the beginning of her sophomore year in 2012. The alleged assaulter denies the accusation. Sulkowicz...

Fun Facts

Fun Facts

Naomi Shimunov, Reporter

June 2, 2015


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1) You can plot a heart on a graph with the following equation (x^2+y^2-1) ^3-x^2y^3=0. 2) Some professional cyclists pee seated on the moving bicycle. 3) More than 80 million Hershey’s kisses are produced every day. 4) One rat hair is legally allowed to be in one Hershey bar. 5) The whip was the...

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