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SUS

“If you had a T.V. Sitcom with any teacher in FSSA, who would it be and what would it be called?” “Mr. Love” she said cheerily. “It would be called ‘Addison Squared’!” “Now,… Continue reading

Whitewashing 5Pointz

Getting off the 7 train between Jackson Heights and Davis Avenue in Long Island City, you immediately get hit by the faint smell of paint resembling what was, and now is, 5Pointz.  The… Continue reading

Students Under Sinatra (SUS)

Where do you get your clothes? “I usually buy my clothes from this 8 year-old-girl at a yard sale for a $1.She doesn’t speak English. Or I find it or I make it.” What’s… Continue reading

Have You Heard the Names?

The play The Names That Hurt was performed on Friday, October 18th starring the sophomore drama class at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts; however, it was quite different than how it is… Continue reading

So Many Choices, so Little Time

The leaves are finally changing colors, the weather is becoming colder, and the sun is setting sooner.  Autumn is officially here, and students have already begun taking the steps needed to plan for… Continue reading

Studio Snapshot: Vocal Department

It’s always busy at FSSA. From the beginning of the school year to the very end, every studio is always involved in a mass amount of significant events that take place all around… Continue reading

Surviving my First day of High School

I took a deep breath and looked up at the large building that was looming over me. The way my stomach was twisting you would think I was going to prison instead of… Continue reading

Art Students’ Pieces Jump off the Page

Among the pieces of art displayed in the first floor atrium from the third week of school were works resembling ladders, a bouquet of flowers and spherical objects with pointed edges crafted by the… Continue reading

The Names that Hurt Trailer

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Have Something to Say?

Start writing for The Bennett and let your voice be heard. See Mr. Scheiner in room 433 if you are interested.