Do Blue Light Glasses Really work?

Amidst this whole pandemic everyone’s whole life has turned digital. This being said, we really have no idea how in the long term this could affect our vision as a population. Despite studies… Continue reading

FSSA On It’s Way to Becoming an Anti-Racist Institution

Frank Sinatra School of the Arts’ (FSSA) Anti-Racism committee is in full swing after a year of tragic events affecting the world and many minority groups. Ending off the summer after experiencing the… Continue reading

How Small Businesses are Adapting to the Pandemic

Working in a small business has been challenging for many workers and owners and many are trying new things to adapt and remain successful in this crazy year of quarantine. According to an… Continue reading

Among Us Emerges as Quarantine’s Favorite Game

“Among Us” is an indie game where up to 10 people can play, and features crewmates who have to complete tasks in their spaceship. However, there is an imposter among them who has… Continue reading

Sinatra Student Starts BLM Business

Lyricswurld is an online boutique run by a young black female entrepreneur that focuses on the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement. The boutique is run by Lyric Miller who is a 17-year-old senior… Continue reading

How NYC Teens Adapted to Traveling During Pandemic

It’s no secret that NYC school students rely on different travel options across the city for school and in their daily lives. Many take buses and trains in order to go to the… Continue reading

HALLOWEEN SHOW 2020: VIRTUALLY TRADITIONAL

Today, Friday, October 30th at 3pm, Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA’s) annual halloween show will stream live on the school’s website. The show features original work from the Senior Dance and… Continue reading

FSSA Film Fest Goes Virtual

Ordinarily, this past week would have been one of bliss for the Film Department at the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA). After all, they’d still be reeling from celebration. At the… Continue reading

FSSA’s Never the Sinner Continues Rehearsals on Zoom

On March 12th, Governor Andrew Cuomo banned gatherings of more than 500 people. Soon after, Major Bill de Blasio closed NYC public schools for the remainder of the academic year. With that, all… Continue reading

Enduring Online Education

Life during coronavirus is filled with unknowns. People’s entire lives were turned upside down in seconds and with so many things about the future that are uncertain, our way of lives had to… Continue reading