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What does ‘Feminism’ Mean to You?

What does ‘Feminism’ Mean to You?

Jamie Galyas, Writer/ Feature Editor

September 29, 2014


Filed under Features

Merriam- Webster Dictionary: fem·i·nism  : the advocacy of women's rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men. Feminism is a widely thought about campaign and highly controversial topic among women and men. It started 1792 when the first important act was taken ...

The Leaves Die but the Fashion Doesn’t

The Leaves Die but the Fashion Doesn’t

Stephanie Brogna, Co-Editor-in-Chief

September 25, 2014


Filed under Features

Fall is back and so are its trends. It’s time again for cozy sweaters, boots and leggings, but if you are looking to up your messy buns and yoga pants here are a few new ideas to keep your closet in style. Dresses- This fall many designers will be creating “A-line” skirts. Don’t worry, Peter P...

Septem-Birthday Celebrations

Septem-Birthday Celebrations

Trinity Day, Writer/ What's Trending Editor

September 19, 2014


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There is one day a year that you are supposed to feel special and loved, and that day is your birthday. But have you ever wondered how many people you share your birthday? With data from The New York Times and Amitabh Chandra, The Daily Viz has come up with a chart that shows how common each day of the y...

Is ‘Rock n Roll’ Dead?

Is ‘Rock n Roll’ Dead?

Jamie Galyas, Writer/ Feature Editor

September 17, 2014


Filed under Arts, Music, & Books, Features

‘Imagine’ going back to the 50’s when Elvis Presley was the king of rock, then flash forward a few years to the 70’s when Led Zeppelin invaded the music scene now just go two more decades down the line and visualize Nirvana taking the world by storm. Soft rock, hard rock, punk rock and grunge;...

Top Ten Summer Activities

Top Ten Summer Activities

Stephanie Brogna, Managing Editor

June 2, 2014


Filed under Features

We all know that summer is just around the corner and with Memorial Day weekend coming up people are questioning what to do with their time this summer. Here are the Top Ten Things to do this summer. If you are looking for a place to walk around and get on some rides, look no further than Wildwoo...

A Few New Twists on the Old Easter Egg Hunt

A Few New Twists on the Old Easter Egg Hunt

Trinity Day, Writer

April 14, 2014


Filed under Features

Easter is just a few days away, and for the little ones that means the Easter Bunny is coming. Your family might have put you in charge of the Easter Egg Hunt this year and you are tired of the same boring hunt every year. We have compiled eight different ways to take the traditional hunt and make it...

D.I.Y. Valentine’s Day Gifts

D.I.Y. Valentine’s Day Gifts

Trinity Day, Writer

February 11, 2014


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One of the most loved and hated holidays of the year is Valentine’s Day. Loved by couples and hated by every lonely person in the world. The following do it yourself Valentine’s Day gift ideas can be for you to give to your valentine. Whether it’s a boyfriend or girlfriend, your best friend, your...

Interview with Frank Siller

Alyson Mandato, Writer

January 9, 2014


Filed under Features

On September 11, 2001 America was changed forever. The World Trade Center became the target of a massive terrorist attack. The day of the attack firefighter Stephen Siller had just gotten off the late shift of work in Park Slope, Brooklyn and was on his way to go play golf with his brothers, when his...

The Nun of Philly

Emily Mugno, Writer

January 9, 2014


Filed under Features

Sonia Navarro has been a nun for 11 years for The Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia, which is also called a congregation. Each nun belongs to one, it’s considered their family for the next certain amount of years or until they switch congregations. She wanted to become a nun for her “interest...

Breakfast’s with Santa in Monmouth County

Annalisa Leite, Writer

December 9, 2013


Filed under Current News, Features

Breakfast with Santa is a Christmas tradition for many all around the world. Children love it and it is a great way for a family to relax and have a good time together. If you still need to talk to Santa about your Christmas wish list, don’t worry, because this Christmas season Santa will be going...

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