Al Jazeera Reporter Visits FSSA Journalists

UN award-winning journalist and Al Jazeera reporter Kristen Saloomey visited FSSA last Wednesday, to speak with senior journalism students on her profession, and the subject of news as a whole. However, it did… Continue reading

Fair Share for Funding Studios?

Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) has always been known for its annual musicals and performances, some notable ones being Ragtime and Phantom of the Opera. The Disco Cabaret tonight and Saturday… Continue reading

Opinion: Is it Really Hispanic Heritage Month?

The Bennett Opinion While most people think of October as the month of Halloween and colder weather, they may not realize that between September 15- October 15, it’s Hispanic Heritage Month. Back in 1968,… Continue reading

Concert Hall Gets Major Upgrades

The Tony Bennett Concert Hall, Frank Sinatra School of the Arts’ (FSSA) very own concert hall is getting a facelift with a $500,000 renovation project going toward updated technology and equipment, according to… Continue reading

Adjusting to the New Start Time

Students at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) are divided between the new start time implemented at the beginning of the new 2019-2020 school year. With the beginning of a new school… Continue reading

Walk Out for Climate Change

On Friday, September 20, 2019, students have the opportunity to cut class and make their voices heard at the Manhattan climate change rally at Battery Park. For the first time ever, the NYC… Continue reading

ProPublica Tests “Aggression Detectors” at FSSA

Nonprofit news org. ProPublica reached out to Mr. Scheiner’s journalism class at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts’ (FSSA) to help test fit California-based Louroe Electronics’ “aggression detectors” to check for bias, efficacy and accuracy.… Continue reading

Dear Freshmen

Dear Freshmen, Welcome to Frank Sinatra Schools of the Arts, I know as you begin these next four years you have many exceptions. You’ll walk through the big glass doors and swipe your… Continue reading

College Should Not be Based on How Much You Have

I stared at my phone. It read “Your NYU Admissions Decision is Ready to View.” I sighed. I already knew it was going to be a rejection. After already opening two rejection letters… Continue reading

Two FSSA Seniors are Headed to Juilliard

James Picarello and Alex Haskins are graduating seniors at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) and they have both been accepted into the Juilliard School. James has been playing the french horn… Continue reading