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My Free Spirit Journalism Conference Experience

Jenny She, Managing Editor

July 3, 2019

During the summer of 2019, I was selected to attend the Al Neuharth Free Spirit and Journalism Conference in Washington D.C.    This experience was all-expense-paid and lasted from June 14– 20, 2019; what’s more, I also received a $1,000 Scholarship!    During the conferen...

What We Can Learn From New Zealand

What We Can Learn From New Zealand

Lara Janosz, Managing Editor

May 9, 2019

In the United States, Congress is notorious for getting nothing done. The constant arguing and extreme partisanship exhibited by both sides have prohibited our nation from acting in its most dire situations. That said, as a whole, we have a thing or two to learn from New Zealand, who, in the wake of th...

Editor Column: How BBYO Has Influenced My Life

Editor Column: How BBYO Has Influenced My Life

Ali Randel, Copy Editor

March 12, 2019

Compassion. Open-mindedness. Communication. Respect. Teamwork. Leadership. These are just some of the things that my role in BBYO has taught me.   BBYO is a nonprofit, teen-run, religious organization. Their motto is, “more Jewish teens, more meaningful Jewish experiences”.   Let...

A Cup of Java

A Cup of Java

Natasha Mehta, Staff Writer

March 11, 2019

Waking up for school is hard, bottom line. With homework, sports, chores, and enough time for YouTube, some part of our lives has to be allocated less time, this typically being sleep. For many teenagers, the only thing that gets them through the morning is a nice, tall glass of coffee. With this in h...

Editor Column: The Power of Investing

Evan Stern, Editor-in-Chief

February 19, 2019

Whether one is an engineer or doctor or an architect or teacher, the importance of managing money properly, and the security that comes with it, remains a solid fact.   In our world today though, learning how to handle money to many seems like navigating a complex realm of confusion. ...

Women Win Big at 61st Grammy Awards

Women Win Big at 61st Grammy Awards

Sanju Swamy, Guest Writer

February 15, 2019

You might be asking, what is the deal with awards show season? It’s the first few months of the new year in which the movie and music industries recognize notable figures for their accolades. Switching on the television during awards show season always excites me more than it should, especially when I know ...

2019 Oscar Snubs and Surprises

2019 Oscar Snubs and Surprises

Laine Lord, Staff Writer

February 10, 2019

Oscar season has come upon us once again! 2018 was filled with several fantastic films, however, many of the 2019 Academy Award nominations came as quite a surprise. From a Best Picture nominee release on Netflix, as opposed to a theater release, to the first superhero movie being nominated for Best ...

AirPods: Cons

Jillian Sacksner, Staff Writer

January 25, 2019

It seems that after winter break and numerous gift-giving holidays, everyone has AirPods. However, for school, it has dangerous repercussions for learning and focus in class. There are many negative things about AirPods, more than positive.   AirPods can be seen in many students’ ears during class, which...

AirPods: Pros

Marlee Sacksner, Staff Writer

January 25, 2019

Earbuds: tangled cords, poor sound quality, and no freedom to move. Now, there is a way to solve these problems and the solution is, AirPods. Airpods are the wireless works sweeping stores throughout the nation.   Apple has released with a new, more efficient way of listening to your music...

Are AirPods Worth it?

Are AirPods Worth it?

January 25, 2019

Are the Detroit Lions Doomed Forever?

Are the Detroit Lions Doomed Forever?

Ben Mutz, Staff Writer

January 15, 2019

  It has been 28 years since the Detroit Lions have won a playoff game. If you are a Lions fan, this stat is no secret, nor is the fact that the Lions have never won, or even competed in a Super Bowl game.   Remember the season the Lions went 0-16? It’s been bad, Detroit, and it doesn...

Addressing Hate Speech

Addressing Hate Speech

December 18, 2018

Several weeks ago, we, along with fellow members of our community, were informed of an incident of anti-Semitic hate speech stemming from a student and potentially having the power to cause great harm.   As our principal wrote in a message, “...it was brought to our attention that anti-Se...

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