Monthly Archive: December, 2018

A New, Welcoming Smile

There’s always a line out the door, in the senior lounge, with sobbing students wanting to see her, hoping to get an appointment. Opening the door there is a new welcoming face with… Continue reading

Transgender Rights in the Words of Generation Z

  Opinion Not long after a new legislation was passed in New York City that will allow a non binary gender option, “gender X” on birth certificates in the state of New York,… Continue reading

Sinatra, A Community Like No Other

We’ve all been there before. The first day of high school. The bell rings and you haven’t even found your locker yet. Panic sets in as you struggle for help, but your fears… Continue reading

What High Schoolers Are Actually Wearing

  Many people have various stereotypes of how a typical high school is composed. They think that students are sectioned off into cliques based off of certain titles and images. Today, however, the… Continue reading

The Things That Happen Under the Stage

Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) is notorious for putting on phenomenal shows for the school and the surrounding community. From music performances, to dance parties, and vocal cabarets, FSSA offers a… Continue reading

Senior Film Majors Create 24 Documentaries in Three Months

On the first day of school, September 5th, 24 film students from Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) hit the ground running when they were given a challenge by their screenwriting and… Continue reading