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Ms. Dunphy ends her final chapter in the classroom

By Gabrielle Kesh, Managing Editor

June 11, 2019

Inside the door of room 726, an open conversation can be heard  in which students express their ideas and share their perspectives on various writing pieces. Some days students will be writing, some days taking tests and othe...

Seniors reflect on last week of high school – ever

By Lucia Campiglia, Staff Writer

May 16, 2019

Many members of the Class of 2019 are leaving school for Senior Service on Friday, May 17, making this their last week of high school period. We asked them: How's it feel?   “It’s kind of sad but cool, too, because I’m finally going to college.” --Valentino Leon '19...

NEWS COMMENTARY: Refugees, fleeing from their homes, deserve chance to live

By Dylan Lepre, Editor-in-Chief

April 28, 2019

A boat floats alone in the ocean. In it, a group of people are packed to the brim, with no space to move around and barely any food. The boat precariously bounces against the waves, seemingly about to sink at any moment. They hop...

Spanish teacher finds home in two countries

By Gabrielle Kesh, Features

April 17, 2019

Spanish teacher Gil Alvarez was born and raised in Cuba until he was 13 years old. He had a terrific childhood living with his parents and spent his days playing with friends, swimming,  creating homemade go-karts and riding hi...