A World United and Divided

A World United and Divided

In wake of the tragedy of the recent terrorist attacks in Sydney and Paris instigated by Muslim extremists, the world has come together both in grief and in fear. In mid-December of this past year, a lone gunman, Man Haron Monis, took 18 people... READ MORE »»

The Unalienable Right to Dance

The Unalienable Right to Dance

“12:00 A.M.,” my iPhone lock screen informs me – it’s a school night. I’m still awake even though all of my homework is finished, ready and waiting by the door for another grueling 9 periods the following morning. My mother and... READ MORE »»

Same-Sex Marriage at the Supreme Court: A Landmark Case?

Same-Sex Marriage at the Supreme Court: A Landmark Case?

The United States Supreme Court often faces landmark cases, like Brown v. Board of Education and Miranda v. Arizona, and their immense impact on American society today is undeniable. Will the Court make history again when it hears arguments... READ MORE »»

Sticking with the Selfie

Sticking with the Selfie

The current, growing trend in the world: “Selfies.” This omnipresent word seems to always top the charts of Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. People take out their phones, turn the cameras toward themselves, and take the selfie. But the... READ MORE »»

Musician Interview: Ms. Curran

Musician Interview: Ms. Curran

Ms. Curran, a devoted music teacher and professional violinist, is currently teaching her twenty-third year at Ridge High School. She has helped send many of her students to prestigious music schools, well-known youth orchestras in New Jersey,... READ MORE »»