The World’s Fair Returns to Queens

  The 1964 World’s Fair in New York drew over 51 million people to view in complete awe at its Technicolor visions of the future, sample exotic foods and join in singing along… Continue reading

Blood Wedding Stirs Audiences

Audience members never believed for one second that Blood Wedding, performed at 4 p.m. on May 9, 2014 in the Tony Bennett black box theatre, was just a simple, normal high school performance.… Continue reading

Student Fiction: Double Trouble

“A cloning project?” Jack repeated skeptically. His question was lost in the rambling of his girlfriend, Camilla, who bounced excitedly like a child in her explanation. “It’ll be fun! Imagine all of the… Continue reading

Behind the “Horror”

Find Your Future in Flappy Bird

Most video games nowadays consists of lifelike graphics with customizable features that can make the player feel as if they are the one in the game themselves and not an avatar. However, games… Continue reading

“Onto the L Train”

I actually did something, I rode the L train. I hope you get to read this… I told a little white lie to Christine. I honestly wasn’t feeling well. Physically, I was fine… Continue reading

100 Percent Possible

The struggle with graduating on time is a fear for every senior. Seniors  around the country are diagnosed with “senioritis” and are unable to put their full 100 percent effort into their studies… Continue reading

Little Shop of Horrors Trailer

There’s a Journalist in You, Let Mr. Scheiner Bring it out

Have you ever noticed injustices in the school and wanted to say something and be heard? Or have you wanted to announce a big event, but didn’t know how? Well then, journalism is… Continue reading

Student Film Goes Abuzz Online

February 13th, 2014 was one of the worst snow days New York City has seen this year. Instead staying home despite the treacherous weather conditions, film senior Christine went to school (which was… Continue reading