Bruno Zero Makes More Than Just Movies

After a glance around his bedroom the picturesque look with its beige couch, a silver clothing rack filled with designer pieces and a make shift counter exploding with sneakers made by brands from Nike… Continue reading

Giant Steps in Music

As he adjusts his glasses on his signature dark Caesar haircut with his headset wrapped around his neck, he stands tall next to the black baby grand piano on the fifth floor at Jazz at… Continue reading

The Bennett Takes Home Second at Journalism Awards Ceremony

Frank Sinatra School of the Arts’ school newspaper The Bennett was awarded second place for its photojournalism submission at the 14th annual NYC High School Journalism Conference at Baruch College.

NYC Announces Free Lunch For All School Students

New York City public schools now provides free lunch to all of its 1.1 million students through an initiative announced by Carmen Fariña, the schools chancellor. The program started this school year. About 75… Continue reading

FSSA Principal Ms. Finn is Retiring

On June 28th, 2017 the senior class will be accompanied by one more unexpected graduate: Ms. Finn. Frank Sinatra School of the Arts’ (FSSA) principal will be retiring after 25 years of being… Continue reading

Something for Everyone: Summer Music Festivals

  The music festival scene in the U.S. is one that is known, but under appreciated. As many know, there are festivals for all sorts of people. However an aspect within the festival… Continue reading

Free College Tuition Affects FSSA Students

New York State is the first to offer free college tuition with the Excelsior Scholarship and Enhanced Tuition Award. This past April, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo passed a bill that will provide  full-time… Continue reading

Noise Pollution

Back in December 2016, Alaska-born and Portland-based Alternative/Indie band Portugal. The Man released their first single since Evil Friends, their most recent album, which they came out back in 2013. The single’s full… Continue reading

How to Hike the Appalachian Trail

Warning: It’s a jungle out there. The Situation: You’re sitting in your senior year English class when the teacher announces that you are about to start a required reading, a nonfiction novel. Your… Continue reading

Twin Connection Going Our Separate Ways

Imagine your significant other leaving you for a year or more, seeing them only once every three to four months, it can be hard. With that in mind, imagine what it’s like for twins… Continue reading