Monthly Archive: February, 2018

On Why We Should Read More Books

Books give a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything. Imagine you’re sitting in your room, you’re bored out of your mind; even the… Continue reading

Racism in America

The United States Of America: “The land of the free and home of the brave.” As we’ve flourished as a country and gained social and economic strength, we have failed to incorporate that… Continue reading

What to do about Snow Days

After a major snowstorm hit New York City on the night of Wednesday, January 3rd, Mayor Bill de Blasio shut down the New York City School system on Jan. 4. That day, students and teachers… Continue reading

Ragtime: An Overview

As the students, faculty, staff and administration of Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) wait anxiously for the opening of Ragtime, this year’s annual musical theatre production, the cast, crew and creative team are… Continue reading

Q&A: From Parent to Coordinator

She’s one of the school’s celebrities, the one who everyone knows and hears every Tuesday and Thursday for the morning announcements. Ms. Marchetta is the parent coordinator at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts… Continue reading

Introducing the Catch-22 Podcast

  Catch-22 is a podcast created by senior journalism student Aaron Pilosov that spoofs recent podcasts like This American Life’s series, Serial. Enjoy.    

Taking a Knee: For our Injured Society

The Superbowl may be over, but looking back on the NFL season it’s not the wins, losses, or highlight reel that we will remember the 2017 season for- it was the protests, the… Continue reading