Monthly Archive: January, 2019

When Parents Split

About 40 to 50 percent of couples in the United States get a divorce and half of all children in America will witness the ending of their parents marriage. The possible lasting effects of… Continue reading

Behind the Scenes of Phantom

Every year, Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) showcases a new musical production and currently the students of the musical theater program are working on The Phantom of the Opera. Behind all… Continue reading

Are We Too Worried About College?

During almost every period of the school day, one will never find the guidance suite empty. Chairs are filled with students, finishing up last minute homework, studying for upcoming exams or using the computers to… Continue reading

FSSA Students Create Own Fashion Line

Fashion is no longer just about matching a light blue shirt with some washed out mom jeans. Pop culture today has begun to focus a tremendous amount on brand clothing, using fashion as… Continue reading

Media Lab Meditation

The media lab located on the first floor of Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA), is home to the film students of the school. The media lab is a creative space that… Continue reading

Have Phones Replaced Toys?

It was a Saturday night, right before dinner was served, my family went to Jersey to visit my 5 year old cousin, on his special day. “Talk to me kid,” *no response* “Hello?”… Continue reading

FSSA’s First Opera Show Will Go Down in History

Tonight at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) the lights will dim again and another curtain will rise. The audience will feel like they traveled back in time to 1951, as they… Continue reading

The Ballet Shoes That Will Never be Forgotten

The mildew of them being stuffed in her dance draw still reeks as she reaches for her new ones that are of course several sizes bigger. “My first pair of ballet shoes will… Continue reading