Are you Curious to See What’s Happening?

Excitement and anticipation are building at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) as it eagerly awaits the Drama Studio’s staging of The Curious Incident of a Dog in the Night-time, a play… Continue reading

Expectation vs Reality: College Edition

  Some of us walk into things knowing exactly w hat we want and how we’re going to achieve them. Others, may think they know what they want, but in the midst of… Continue reading

A Rise in Teen Anxiety

If one were to walk through the halls of Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) and ask every student if they have experienced anxiety, most would likely say yes. According to a… Continue reading

Sinatra Paints Kaufman Studios

Frank Sinatra School of the Arts’ (FSSA) art majors recently went across the street to Astoria’s Kaufman Studios to create a mural with graffiti artist Lady Pink. Lady Pink is a well-known Ecuadorian… Continue reading

!Si Se Puede!: Three Latino NYC Youth Creatives to Watch Out For

WHIPALO With his talent causing whip appeal, there’s no surprise he goes by the name Whipalo. The 20-year-old Videographer was born Angelo Portillo and hails from Sunset Park, Brooklyn. He is not only… Continue reading

Sinatra is Full of Friends

  Arguably the hardest part of high school aren’t all the tests, or hard subjects like calculus and biology, or even the strict teachers that make a forty three minute class feel like forty… Continue reading

Trading Our AirPods for Hearing Aids

Walking through Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) there is never a shortage of kids traveling the halls with little white bars sticking out of their ears. Is this some sort of… Continue reading

FSSA Gets the Right to Vote

Senior’s at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA), had the opportunity to register to vote on Friday, May 17th in the cafeteria. Eighteen year old students were presented with their registration papers… Continue reading

Trying to Make Art and Live Well

Music Review Think, Glen Hansard, Bon Iver, Damien Rice and David Gray meets J. Cole: While this may seem like an absurd analogy it is one that Dermot Joseph Kennedy has taken in… Continue reading

This is America

The hectic streets of New York are barricaded with protestors, some peaceful, others reckless, shouting, as their faces turn red from the passion instilled in them. The deadly shootings, the police brutality, the… Continue reading