Miss Misery, You Better Turn that Music Down

by Freya Golden According to a recent study, published in the medical journal BMJ it’s estimated that 0.67–1.35 billion adolescents and young adults worldwide could be at risk of hearing loss from exposure… Continue reading

The Social Media Pandemic

by Payton McHugh and Julia Berman How well do you know your peers, friends, and neighbors? What about a stranger you pass in the street, or your favorite teacher? When you’re looking for… Continue reading

In My School Podcast Series: Sinatra Underground

created by Kailee Ortiz Sinatra Underground: Episode 1, I talk to independent student singers, band members and producers at Frank Sinatra School of The Arts (FSSA) who are creating and producing music on… Continue reading

The Best Places To Eat Near Sinatra

By Nicolas Rimalovski and Linden Runnels Astoria, Queens is one of the most ethnically diverse neighborhoods in the United States. That diversity is reflected in its incredibly varied food scene. Astoria is recognized… Continue reading

What Exactly is a Bed Party?

By Lucy Karp For those who decide to commit to college a celebration of their acceptance is inevitable: Flowers from neighbors, balloons from grandparents and bed parties?  Bed parties are a new phenomenon… Continue reading

FSSA Senior Makes Break Into Fashion World

by Danielle Levitin Short bleach blonde hair bouncing as she walks, her colorful extravagant layered outfits standing out in the dull Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) hallways. She scrolls chronically through… Continue reading

The Senior Committee, est. 2023

by Hala Salem Coming back to Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) after a year and a half of pajamas being students’ outfits of the day, beds becoming desks, and seeing friends… Continue reading

Food From the Ones We Love

A conversation about ice cream by Jordyn Benda Before the age I could walk Rum Nut ice cream held a special place in my heart. It holds a bigger place in the heart… Continue reading

Spotify is a Wrap

by Zoe Byszynski The class had an electric buzz on that early November morning, last month. The entire Black Box at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) began to vibrate as people… Continue reading

FSSA Anticipates World Cup Final

by Julia Berman and Nicolas Rimalovski With the highly anticipated World Cup Final quickly approaching, it’s a good time to take stock of what we have seen play out in Qatar and the… Continue reading