New York Subway Systems

Sophie Amalfitano’ 20

February 27, 2018

The New York subway system is a quick and easy way to get in, out, and around the city. Thousands of people take the subway everyday whether it is to go to work, travel downtown, uptown, to get to a show, or to visit sites. T...

Iran, but the Protesters Kept Chasing. Who am I? Freedom

David Liu ‘20

February 27, 2018

Iran is no stranger to protests. In 2009, millions gathered in major cities after a corruption-laden presidential election. Many believed that President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who won nearly 63% of the votes, rigged the election....

I Just Can’t Wait to be like King

Meredith Lou ‘20

February 27, 2018

Oftentimes, we students view a holiday as a day off to catch up on sleep and homework, rather than genuinely recognizing what we are celebrating. In light of the recently passed Martin Luther King Jr. Day, it is important to ref...

How Facebook Is Changing

How Facebook Is Changing

February 27, 2018

Does America Need a Third Party?

Patrick Feng ‘20

January 13, 2018

At times, the “United” in United States seems like a misnomer. America’s polarization is visible in every facet of media. You need only turn on the television, open up social media, or listen to the radio to glimpse that ma...

Trump, Bezos, Amazon, and the Post Office

Omar Bekdash ‘18, Opinions Editor and Senior Columnist

January 13, 2018

In response to Trump’s trashing him on twitter two years ago, Jeff Bezos expressed a desire to eject Donald Trump into space on his new Blue Origin rocket. Since then, their relationship has not gotten much better, with Presid...

A Step Towards Peace or Pandemonium: President Trump’s Jerusalem Solution

Gigi Duncan ‘20

January 13, 2018

Peace: the freedom from disturbance; quiet and tranquility [1]. Since the formation of Israel in the 1940s, Jerusalem has been disputed by Jewish Israelis and Muslim Palestinians because of its holy significance for both grou...

Shame Worked in Alabama’s Senate Race

Brian Yoon ‘19, Non-School News Editor

January 13, 2018

In an unprecedented outcome, Democrat Doug Jones won the Alabama Senate race against Republican Roy Moore to fill the seat vacated by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Initially, Jones appeared to be mounting a seemingly quixoti...

#MeToo: The Movement

Dhristi Raval ‘20

January 13, 2018

A national survey conducted in 2017 by Fortune found that 54% of American women have experienced “unwanted and inappropriate sexual advances” at some point in their lives. Since October 2017, the #MeToo campaign has gained tr...

Let’s keep it n(uclear)eutral?

Sejal Agarwal ’20

January 13, 2018

Ever since North Korea’s split from South Korea in World War II’s aftermath, North Korea has maintained a very sour relationship with the United States. The U.S. continues to cultivate a healthy alliance with South Korea, havi...

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