NEWS ANALYSIS: What Happens now that Democrats took the House?

By Chase Morrone, News Editor

December 13, 2018

Filed under News

Democrats won big in the U.S. midterm elections on Nov. 6 when it comes to the House of Representatives. With recounts and too-close-to-call races dragging out final vote tallies for weeks, Democratic candidates ended up winning 40 ...

All of your questions about the E. coli outbreak, answered

By Danielle Schwartz, News Editor

December 6, 2018

Filed under News, State & World News

The Centers for Disease Control recalled romaine lettuce on Nov. 20 after 32 reported illnesses, that spread across at least 11 states and Canada, were linked to an E. coli outbreak. The CDC advised U.S. consumers not to eat and r...

‘Grease’ auditions to take place this week

By Olivia Lieberman, News Editor

December 4, 2018

Filed under News, School News

Auditions for the spring musical, "Grease," will be held in the high school auditorium on Dec. 4-6 from 3-6 p.m. Vocal and acting auditions will be taking place on Dec. 4 and dance auditions will take place on Dec. 5. Callbacks...

Holocaust survivor Ruth Ravina tells students ‘Never Again’

By Danielle Schwartz, News Editor

November 26, 2018

Filed under News, School News

Juniors and students enrolled in Genocide and Holocaust courses attended a presentation from Holocaust survivor Ruth Ravina on Nov. 13. The presentation began with an introduction from history teacher Chris Benaquista, followed by a...

Saudi Arabia admits to premeditated murder of journalist

By Olivia Lieberman, Danielle Schwartz, and Sam Calick

November 1, 2018

Filed under News, State & World News

Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi-Arabian journalist living in the U.S., was abducted and murdered in Istanbul for his critiques of the Saudi-Arabian regime on Oct. 2. Khashoggi visited the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey to get an o...

Pipe bomb suspect in custody

By Sam Calick, News Editor

November 1, 2018

Filed under News, State & World News

Cesar Sayoc of Aventura, Fla., was formally read the five federal charges that would send him to prison for up to 48 years for his alleged involvement in sending 14 pipe bombs to prominent Democrats. Sayoc made his first court ...