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A View To Die For

Emily Hahn

March 11, 2019

Filed under National/International News, Op-Ed, Politics, Science/Tech, Travel

The Falkland Islands are hard to get to.  It’s located on the bottom of the globe, at the southern margin of the Atlantic Ocean, approximately 400 miles from the tip of Argentina and 750 miles from Antarctica. The only regularly...

HS Jazz Band coming to Pops Concert

Luke Chan

March 10, 2019

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, News, School/Community News, Showcase

On Wednesday, March 20, Manhasset High School will be holding its annual Pops Concert to showcase its various music performing groups.  Although the concert has been moved earlier in the school year compared to past years, we...

Feminism Club Presents “The Hunting Ground”

Luke Chan

February 8, 2019

Filed under Arts/Entertainment News, Film Reviews, Middle School, Middle School Arts/Entertainment, News, School/Community News, Showcase

On Tuesday, February 5, the Feminism Club presented the film "The Hunting Ground." The film was about college students who have been sexually assaulted who are seeking justice.  The documentary included various students, male...

The Perfect Place to Live

Emily Hahn

February 8, 2019

Filed under National/International News, Op-Ed, Politics, Science/Tech, Showcase

There is a popular app in Iceland that the locals use to prevent them from dating close relatives. Before getting involved in a relationship, these decedents of Viking settlers can find out if their potential mates are estranged...

Holocaust Survivor Speaks for Manhasset HS

Luke Chan

February 4, 2019

Filed under Middle School, Middle School Arts/Entertainment, Middle School Features, Middle School News, News, School/Community News

After a long school day following the midterm week, high school and middle school students filled the auditorium.  Most kids are anxious to leave the building after ninth period, but this was a special occasion.  Guest speaker...

Trump Endorses Venezuelan Opposition Leader

Ella Wesson

January 27, 2019

Filed under National/International News, Politics

In an extremely controversial move earlier this week, President Trump announced that the United States would now view Juan Guaido, the Venezuelan opposition leader, as the true president of the South American nation. The move...

Remembering Mary Oliver

Deme Apostolou, Op Ed Editor

January 17, 2019

Filed under News

"Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" These words are by American Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Mary Oliver, who recently died at the age of 83. Even if you don't study poetry, you definit...

Where Humans Are Invisible

Emily Hahn

January 11, 2019

Filed under National/International News, Science/Tech, Travel

The popular website IMDb, which rates movies and TV shows, lists Planet Earth IIas the highest rated TV show of all time. Perhaps the most popular scene from the highly acclaimed nature documentary series is “Iguana Chased by ...

Is the Stock Market Scare finally over?

Luke Bakshandeh

January 3, 2019

Filed under Business, National/International News, News

  Many Americans have undertaken one of the most painful yet at the same time enjoying rollercoasters to ever exist: the stock market of 2018. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (INDU) hit as high as 27000 points in Oct...

Patriots Star Stepping Away From Football

Sophia Vlahakis

December 27, 2018

Filed under National/International News, National/International Sports, News, Sports

The New England Patriots Wide Receiver, Josh Gordon, announced he was stepping away from football following a suspension. The NFL stated that Gordon is facing an indefinite ban for violating terms under the NFL's drug policy....

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