Drama Students Prepare For “Breaking Our Silence”

by Nora Delehanty It has been more than two years since Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) has held the annual Sophomore drama production of “The Names That Hurt,” a show that… Continue reading

From Frank Sinatra to Broadway Star

by Netza Jimenez Mateo Lizcano is a senior vocal major who is currently attending Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA). He’s been in several productions at Sinatra, starring in The Phantom of… Continue reading

Who’s Really Fitted at Sinatra?

by Kaylin Ruiz It’s no surprise that Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) is a fashionable school. Think about it — the most stylish people you can think of—Zendaya, Rihanna, Bad Bunny,… Continue reading

What Your Locker Says About You

By Olivia Stripling Sydney Schmidt-Nowara, a senior art major at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA), technically has three lockers. She has the one she was assigned in the beginning of the… Continue reading

Promposal: Are You Vaccinated?

by Briana Almonte Every high school student in America knows what prom is, for many, an essential teenage experience. It’s a day which many students wait years for — a day when they… Continue reading

Behind the Mask

By Edona Hasanaj Imagining a smile through a crease of the under eye, a slight rise of the eyebrows, a twitch in the forehead, are some of the only ways of understanding what… Continue reading

Dating, Drama, and Dominic Fike

by Kaylin Ruiz Euphoria, HBO Max’s hottest drama series based on the Israeli miniseries with the same name, has been taking the world by storm. Starring Zendaya as main character and narrator, the… Continue reading

The Batman is a perfect film, Well Almost

By David Gomez The Dark Knight is back at it again with another big screen revival in 2022’s The Batman. Directed by Matt Reeves (famed for his work on the 2010’s Planet of… Continue reading

Opinion: How Can we Improve FSSA’s Sports?

By Julia Klimek Many students love trying out and joining their schools’ sports teams because it’s a way for them to make new friends, have fun after school, and explore their passions. For… Continue reading


By Olivia Stripling If you look over the shoulder of a Frank Sinatra School of the Arts student in the early morning, they’re likely looking at grids of green, yellow, and gray playing… Continue reading