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Who Were The Flappers?

Who Were The Flappers?

Shifa Maqsood, Reporter

February 6, 2019


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1920s America had so much going on. World War I had ended and the country was ushered into the era of prosperity and advancements. Cultural and technological inventions like insulin made lives longer for many people, while African American culture thrived during the Harlem Renaissance (a golden age of th...

Power Of Imagination

Power Of Imagination

Ian Cernokulski, Reporter

February 6, 2019


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About 13 billion years ago, everything that is known, and unknown, was created in less that a moment, and that event in history of our universe is now known as the Big Bang. A few billion years later, heavier particle were formed. 9 billion after, the creation of our solar system took place, which makes ...

Freud’s Unconscious Mind

Freud’s Unconscious Mind

Amal Eldesouky, Reporter

February 6, 2019


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Sigmund Freud was a famous psychologist, who came up with the psychoanalytic theory of personality. While treating patients for various psychosomatic issues, Freud believed that he discovered the conscious and the unconscious mind. He believed that the unconscious mind is a reservoir of feelings, thoughts,...

Four Movies to Watch After the 2019 Golden Globes

Four Movies to Watch After the 2019 Golden Globes

Wenyan Zhang, Reporter

February 6, 2019


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The 76th annual Golden Globes was held on January 6, 2019 in Los Angeles. It unofficially kicked off a season of scrutinizing red carpet looks and arguing over which TV shows, movies and performances most deserve to be celebrated. This awards season, audiences can spar over the merits of A Star Is Bor...

Fun Facts About Spring!

Fun Facts About Spring!

February 6, 2019


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Spring is just around the corner. Even if the ground hog says otherwise. Her are some fun facts to start getting us ready! This season is often associated with rebirth, renewal and regrowth. The first spring flowers are typically daffodils, dandelions, lilies, tulips, iris and lilacs to name a few. Sun...

Bohemian Rhapsody

Bohemian Rhapsody

Wenyan Zhang, Reporter

December 4, 2018


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After announcing the film project for Queen ten years ago, the most anticipating biopic of the year—Bohemian Rhapsody—finally opened in theaters on Nov 2. Bohemian Rhapsody is a celebration of Queen, their music, and their lead singer Freddie Mercury. Mercury defied stereotypes and shattered convention t...

Winter Is Here! Let It Snow!

Winter Is Here! Let It Snow!

Mariam Moustafa, Reporter

December 4, 2018


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As winter arrives, here are some interesting facts about winter and the worst storms to hit the New York area. Stay warm! February 12, 2006 The North American Blizzard of 2006 hit East Coast cities from Baltimore to Boston with enough winter weather to cancel school for days, but few places got more...

Senior Cougars and Their Music Taste!

Senior Cougars and Their Music Taste!

Shirli B., Reporter

June 3, 2018


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Seniors! Have you ever thought, “hm… I wonder what kind of music my classmates like?” Whether you did or didn’t, this article is all about YOU. After a long month of getting forms filled out by some of our seniors, I have gathered my data and the results will be discussed now. It is important...

The Best Sneakers for Summer 2018!

The Best Sneakers for Summer 2018!

Alex Huang, Reporter

June 3, 2018


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Footwear couldn’t get any better during the summer time, there are so many styles to rock during this season! I will be going over various sneakers that give off a spring and summer vibe! This list features a lot of Nike sneakers since the brand has been debuting many new models for 2018. Air Max...

June Book Review- The List

June Book Review- The List

Ambreen Kashif, Reporter

June 3, 2018


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Usually, American high schools are portrayed much differently in television shows and books compared to the average American teen experience. This book was told from the perspective of the eight girls on the list and the reader gets to see how each girl views her rank on the list as an ultimatum....

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