Noise Pollution

Back in December 2016, Alaska-born and Portland-based Alternative/Indie band Portugal. The Man released their first single since Evil Friends, their most recent album, which they came out back in 2013. The single’s full… Continue reading

How to Hike the Appalachian Trail

Warning: It’s a jungle out there. The Situation: You’re sitting in your senior year English class when the teacher announces that you are about to start a required reading, a nonfiction novel. Your… Continue reading

Twin Connection Going Our Separate Ways

Imagine your significant other leaving you for a year or more, seeing them only once every three to four months, it can be hard. With that in mind, imagine what it’s like for twins… Continue reading

The Interview: Mr. Quest

William Arthur Ward once said: “The Mediocre teacher tells, the good teacher explains, the superior teacher demonstrates, and the great teacher inspires.” He tries his hardest everyday to tell students that they are… Continue reading

New Season Sparks New Hope for the Legends

The beginning of spring marks the beginning of baseball season. Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) takes sports just as seriously as it does the arts and academics. The boy Legends Baseball… Continue reading

Mrs. Daniel: Librarian and so Much More

Despite advances in technology we still rely on books to find entertainment and information. This is evident at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) based on the popularity of the school library,… Continue reading

Jumping Mouse: A Cultural Meeting Place

It begins with a soft flute, reminiscent of traditional Native American music. Then, from nowhere, thunderous percussion, powerful brass, and piercing strings begin to fill the room. Like the majority of this experience,… Continue reading

FSSA’s 10th Annual Academic Fair

On Thursday, March 23rd 2017, Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) hosted its 10th Annual Academic Fair. Open to students, parents and faculty, this fair gave students a chance to present their… Continue reading

A Push for More AP Classes

High school AP courses are offered in many subjects in high school’s around the country including history, calculus, science, and English. At the end of each AP course, students have the option to take the… Continue reading

The Music Man Review

The  atrium was filled to the brim with the anticipation of greatness. Countless people scrambled to purchase last minute tickets and find family members who seem to have misplaced time. The atrium in three hours… Continue reading