By David Wang When the alarm went off in the wee hours of the early morning, Jesse DiLevo rubbed his eyes sleepily and tossed himself out of bed. He stared at his dimly lit clock and the clock stared back at him. 4:15 AM. Tick-tock-tick-tock.
By Holden Velasco The leaves turning to a beautiful array of orange, yellow, and brown signifies not only a change in seasons but also the start of a new year for all athletes. For fall athletes, it’s an exciting challenge to become accustomed to the
By Derek Delson Animation is a medium often assumed to be just for kids. Most childhoods are full of animation from legendary studios like Disney and Pixar. Oftentimes studios make animated movies just for kids, including instances of immature humor, a lot of falling, and
Video by Gabe Lefkowitz Gabe Lefkowitz talks about how he accidentally “cheated” in his English class.
With Senate confirmations and the refugee crisis dominating the headlines, local issues are often overlooked. All too often, citizens are more concerned with national issues than local ones when in reality the actions of our local officials are just as—or potentially more—important as those of
By Cara Becker Over the summer, high school students flock to professional labs to collect data. One way their success is measured is by advancing in the Regeneron Science Talent Search competition, the nation’s oldest science and math competition for high school seniors. Science research
By Amanda Shen Less than 24 hours after President Trump assumed office, the streets of the nation’s capital turned pink. Protesters—many adorned in pink handknit “pussy hats”—flew from across the nation to participate in the Women’s March on Washington DC. Touting vibrant, politically charged signs,
By Ashley Koo At 3:30pm, Bus 47 is one of the most populated after school buses. With so many students and not enough seats, travel from school to home has been anything but peaceful. As of last week, the overcrowding has been deemed a safety
By Jake Raphael Every day, excess food ends up in the trash. Some will go to landfills to decompose over the next hundred years; others will go to an incinerator to be burned to generate energy. However, one more fate can now officially be added