Spotify is a Wrap

by Zoe Byszynski The class had an electric buzz on that early November morning, last month. The entire Black Box at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) began to vibrate as people… Continue reading

FSSA Anticipates World Cup Final

by Julia Berman and Nicolas Rimalovski With the highly anticipated World Cup Final quickly approaching, it’s a good time to take stock of what we have seen play out in Qatar and the… Continue reading

Food from the Ones We Love

An interview about stuffed peppers and stuffed schedules by Shua Alatriste Standing upright in the narrow pale kitchen on the third floor of a West Village apartment building, is a hard working woman. A… Continue reading

Food From the Ones We Love

An Interview with Myra Josephson by Lucy Karp about matzo ball soup with extra matzo balls.  When you make a cookie that you really love, don’t you love making it because you know… Continue reading

Students and Midterms (Not the Academic Kind)

by Dylan Sherman Many tired faces have been forcing themselves to stay awake as of late, staring into an open abyss– a television. The information is vicious, swallowing its viewers whole, as the… Continue reading

The Art of Teaching Film

By Angelica Alatriste and Freya Golden He wears a red-checkered button up and an animated expression. The pendant of keys around his neck jangle with each expansive gesture, as he commands his remarkably… Continue reading

Inside the Instrumental Studio

by Maya Held, Linden Runnels and Nicolas Rimalovski The time is 7:55 a.m. and students are filing through the main glass doors of Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA), rushing to get… Continue reading

Inside the Drama Studio

By Dylan Sherman                                                             … Continue reading

Inside the Vocal Studio

by Kailee Ortiz Every day the students at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) face the plastered magenta and orange words: “Get lost in what you love,” a virtue in the vocal… Continue reading

Inside the Art Studio

by Hala Salem Coming up the mountainous eight flights of stairs to reach the fifth floor, lungs out of breath, students make it to their studio art class. A room stands in the… Continue reading