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Spring break hangout spots for writers and artists

Spring break hangout spots for writers and artists

Saumya Grover, Reporter and Editor

March 30, 2017

NYC is the city of lights. It’s filled with numerous tourist spots such as Times Square, the Empire State Building, Central Park, Soho, 5th Avenue; you could go on and on about all of the places. New York City is basically a hotspot for all tourists. With its tall buildings and bright lights, this city se...

Fighting for women’s equality on Wall Street

Businesswomen in Wall Street fighting the male dominated system. Photo credit: Huffington Post

Jayvin Espinal

March 29, 2017

New York City is such a diverse place when it comes to its culture, race and art. Many artists see NYC as a canvas to paint upon leaving commemorated works of power, unity, and love like subway paintings and the infamous Girl and the Bull. The artist of the statue, Kristen Visbal, made it to repr...

Music in the heart of teens: Their passion and life

Jayvin Espinal

March 28, 2017

Some students sing and play music to feel something that isn't normally felt. They all share a love of music and a passion releasing their emotions into melody. All these students share a passion for music, which is in their hearts and minds when they play. With the iSchool being the center of all the...

Luckily there’s a Family Guy!

Peter, Lois, Meg, Stewie, Chris & Brian Griffin are the focal point behind the pure gold that is Family Guy!

Kamil Kuzminski, Reporter

March 27, 2017

Comedy - professional entertainment consisting of jokes and satirical sketches, intended to make an audience laugh. A rare breed in the pack that makes life worth living. From stand-up to memes, comedy offers a wide-range of humor from chuckles to balloon-bursting laughter. For Family Guy, this is ea...

Moana review

Moana review

Ivy Hoffmaster and Luke Copley

March 27, 2017

Disney does it again with their new animated film, Moana. “ It went against cliches that are present in almost every Disney movie,” says Eli Piccone (iSchool sophomore) describes the movie. We see a Disney film feature the Polynesian culture for the first time in years, the last time being Lilo and...

Urbex: NYC from new perspectives

Urbex: NYC from new perspectives

Theo Gold

March 24, 2017

It’s 4:38 a.m. in New York City. Most people are either asleep, or binge watching the latest show on Netflix. However, a photographer that goes by the name @cynuw, on Instagram, is on top of the Manhattan Bridge, and no they aren’t jumping. @cynuw is not insane either, they are part of a twen...

Snow sport of the season

Skier and snowboarder preparing to carve.

Coltrane Cho, Reporter

March 24, 2017

Winter is the season we tell ourselves we like until it eventually comes around again, and when the bitter air bites at our skin, we remember that we never really liked it after all. However, few people find solace in extreme sports. These people are called “adrenaline junkies” and spend time on th...

MTV: The birth of music videos

MTV: The birth of music videos

Eli Piccone

March 24, 2017

If you turned your TV on August 1st, at 12:01 a.m., thirty-six years ago, you would have be greeted by the countdown of Apollo 11 about to skyrocket into space, followed by a deep male voice speaking the words, “Ladies and gentlemen, rock and roll.: your TV would then erupt into what is now an iconi...

Horizon Zero Dawn review

Aloy fighting a Snapmaw

Coltrane Cho, Reporter

March 24, 2017

Horizon Zero Dawn is Guerrilla's new IP (Intellectual Property), exclusively for PS4, PS4 slim, and PS4 pro. The game was released at E3 of 2015 and you can watch the trailer here. Early rumors of the game were announced a few months prior to the event ,the game still stunned audiences. Guerilla is mostly known for it...

It’s not about the Monet

It’s not about the Monet

Luke Copley and Ivy Hoffmaster

March 23, 2017

Painting is dead. Well, it is to a non-painter. To a painter it’s alive and not dying anytime soon. Over the thousands of years that painting has been around, it has been evolving constantly. New movements starting around the 1920s known as Cubism and Minimalism have made the untrained eye feel...

Graffiti: Expressive form of art or public vandalism?!

Graffiti: Expressive form of art or public vandalism?!

Margareta Stern, Kofi Owens Lopez

January 23, 2017

In today's modern society, people are creating new and artistic ways to express themselves to the public. Graffiti is a common form of expression and can be seen just about anywhere in the crowded streets of New York. While graffiti may just look like a colorful masterpiece, in reality it represents a purp...

Amazon video review

Amazon video review

Kofi Owens Lopez, Reporter

January 20, 2017

We all know about Amazon.com, which is simply the largest online shopping retailer that lists things from clothing to electronics and even select food items. Founded in 1994 by Jeff Bezos, it lists a variety of items up for sale and has even branched off to its own streaming website called Amazon V...

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