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The Story of Halloween’s Past

The Story of Halloween’s Past

Sydney Cummings, Writer
October 11 • 181 views
Filed under Features

“This is Halloween, this is Halloween!” This spooky song is heard near and far when October 31 rolls around each year. Dressing up in costumes and going out at night to trick-or-treat for candy is a longstanding tradition, regardless of what state one lives in. Though, when people begin to gear up... Read more »

Falling for the Fall 2016 Outfits

Falling for the Fall 2016 Outfits

Shelby Lapierre, Writer
October 6 • 200 views
Filed under Features

It’s no question that each year, fall fashion lines have consistently taken the fashion world by storm. Besides New York Fashion week and Milan Fashion week, there are hundreds of events that host the designer clothing lines fall fashion shows every year. At the most recent event, New York Fashion... Read more »

What is Coming to Broadway this Season?

What is Coming to Broadway this Season?

Sara Beitler, Writer
September 28 • 214 views
Filed under Features, Pop Culture

There are a number of new musicals set to hit the Great White Way this 2016-2017 season. Some of the most highly anticipated musicals are “Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812,” “Holiday Inn,” “A Bronx Tale,” and “Miss Saigon.” Josh Groban is making his broadway debut in... Read more »

theSkimm

theSkimm

Caroline McFarland, Writer
May 16 • 457 views
Filed under Features, Trending Now

Politics can be a tricky subject. They are complicated, confusing, and often boring for people in our age group. But what if there was a resource that made politics easy to understand, and actually entertaining to read about? Well, there is. theSkimm is a blog that was started by two friends in their 20... Read more »

100 Years of Honoring Journalism and the Arts

100 Years of Honoring Journalism and the Arts

Abby Anderko, Writer
May 16 • 407 views
Filed under Arts, Music, Literature, Current News, Features, Trending Now

“Honoring excellence in Journalism and the arts, for 100 years” reads the slogan painted in gold scripted letters that greets visitors of Pulitzer Prize website. Since 1916, when the first Pulitzer Prizes were administered, this award has been regarded as the highest honor in journalism and the arts. Started... Read more »

The Spirit of the Irish

The Spirit of the Irish

Abby Anderko, Writer
April 20 • 444 views
Filed under Features, Trending Now

This past spring break, my family and I were fortunate enough to be able to go to Ireland as our family vacation. The purpose of our trip, however, was not just to spend time in the pubs and view the gorgeous scenery of the Killarney Mountains, but to commemorate my great grand uncle's participation... Read more »

Upgrade: Pep to Political Rally

Upgrade: Pep to Political Rally

Julia Aleo, Writer
April 12 • 161 views
Filed under Current News, Features

My first political rally did not go the way I expected. The opportunity to attend this rally was presented to me, and I was extremely interested in what went on there. I don’t have an opinion on Bernie Sanders or any other candidates in the upcoming campaign, I went to this rally out of sheer curiosity.... Read more »

Support for Stanley

Support for Stanley

Nicole Dorney, Writer
April 12 • 228 views
Filed under Features

Cystic Fibrosis is a daily battle for twelve-year-old Stanley Zolek. Cystic Fibrosis is a genetic, incurable condition in which the body produces abnormally thick mucus that affects the lungs and digestive system. Stanley is one of the 30,000 people in the United States that suffers from this conditio... Read more »

Vermin Supreme: Riding Our Ponies into a Zombie Apocalypse

Vermin Supreme: Riding Our Ponies into a Zombie Apocalypse

Jessica Ventura, Writer/Editor
March 21 • 516 views
Filed under Features

What if everyone in the US got their own pony? Sure we've all heard of Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and Donald Trump. But do they promise free ponies and zombie apocalypse protection programs? No, it’s one person and one person only: the boot-wearing, time-traveling, three-time presidential hopeful... Read more »

An Open Letter to High School Juniors

An Open Letter to High School Juniors

Stephanie Brogna, Editor-in-Chief/ Photographer
March 2 • 725 views
Filed under Features

The end of the year is quickly approaching and your time as a junior is coming to a close. Senior year is almost in reach, but before you can get there, you need to learn how to juggle the daunting task of college applications, SATs, and enjoying your time in your final year of high school. It’s... Read more »

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