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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...

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...

Wambach’s Wolfpack

Deme Apostolou, Op Ed Editor

January 17, 2019

Filed under Op-Ed, Showcase, Sports

Abby Wambach was a member of the US women's national soccer team from 2003 to 2015. Wambach is a two time Olympic gold medalist and a six-time winner of the US Soccer Player of the Year award. Playing forward, Abby holds the world...

New Zealand and Birthright Citizenship

Emily Hahn

November 17, 2018

Filed under National/International News, News, Op-Ed, Politics

When the New Zealand filmmaker Peter Jackson was entrusted to bring J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings novels to the screen, it was a foregone conclusion that Jackson would choose his homeland as the backdrop for the epic...

Erosion Affects Our Home

Deme Apostolou

June 6, 2018

Filed under Op-Ed, School/Community News

When it was announced in late May that a popular section of Rockaway beach would be closed for this summer, New Yorkers were stunned and disappointed.  This popular stretch, which is about a half mile long, is from Beach 91st S...

Women’s March 2018

Women’s March 2018

April 26, 2018

Stronger : Film Review

Stronger : Film Review

April 23, 2018

Steps to Preventing Cancer

Quinn Reinhardt

April 17, 2018

Filed under Op-Ed, Science/Tech

Up until recently, thanks to advancements in technology and thorough research, cancer was considered an incurable stroke of misfortune.  However, new research has provided scientists, and therefore the public, with slight changes...

Snapchat Complicates the Lives of Millions

Quinn Reinhardt

March 4, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Op-Ed, Science/Tech

With each new Snapchat update, the millions of users around the world seem to anger quickly. Each time Snapchat updates its layout, people feel confused, stressed, and angry. However, this transition period usually lasts no more th...

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