“You’ve just been granted one wish, what would it be? (It can’t be to wish for more wishes)” “I would wish to travel the world, kind of like a nomad…” “What’s the one… Continue reading

The Changing Face of New York City

“And that is how change happens. One gesture. One person. One moment at a time”- Libba Bray, The Sweet Far Thing. On Tuesday November 5, 2013 the time had finally come for citizens to vote… Continue reading


“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

Film Students Get Screened at SoHo Apple Store

  On Saturday, October 26th nine film and media students from the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts screened their work at the Apple SoHo Theater. Most of the students were juniors and… Continue reading

Meet M.A.S. For Your Music

On Event Bell Mondays, Room 433 is embroiled in the discussion of music, and no, it’s not a class. The Music Appreciation Society (M.A.S.) is a new school club created by Mr. Scheiner… Continue reading

The Bennett Takes Second Place at the Newsies

The Bennett received second place at the 10th Annual Baruch College High School Journalism Conference for a political cartoon penned by Alumni art major Robert Woods (class of 2013). Senior William Longerbeam accepted… 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