Dating, Drama, and Dominic Fike

by Kaylin Ruiz Euphoria, HBO Max’s hottest drama series based on the Israeli miniseries with the same name, has been taking the world by storm. Starring Zendaya as main character and narrator, the… Continue reading

The Batman is a perfect film, Well Almost

By David Gomez The Dark Knight is back at it again with another big screen revival in 2022’s The Batman. Directed by Matt Reeves (famed for his work on the 2010’s Planet of… Continue reading

Opinion: How Can we Improve FSSA’s Sports?

By Julia Klimek Many students love trying out and joining their schools’ sports teams because it’s a way for them to make new friends, have fun after school, and explore their passions. For… Continue reading


By Olivia Stripling If you look over the shoulder of a Frank Sinatra School of the Arts student in the early morning, they’re likely looking at grids of green, yellow, and gray playing… Continue reading

The Success of Elden Ring and What it Means for Gaming

by Jamie Bobko and Eason Dai Elden Ring, the latest game in the Souls series, notorious for its immense difficulty and steep skill-curve, has blown away critics and fans alike with not only… Continue reading

Opinion: Who Matters More? The People, or Their Comfort?

By Oona Dalzell-Sexton In this semi-dystopian world we live in, masks have become the social norm. We as a people are no longer used to a world without masks. And rightfully so, considering… Continue reading

“If You See Something, Say Nothing”: An Open Letter To My Peers

by Marco Ammann-Bianciardi I have begun to write this on the 9th day of Russia’s imperialist exercise in brutality on Ukraine. Yesterday the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant was fired upon and then captured… Continue reading

The Moop Corner

by Michaela Cudjoe

More and More Young People Watch Live Stream Gambling

By Emmett Bowman-Grubbs On January 9th, 2022 sports betting became legal in New York State, since then, a massive rise in betting among teens has taken place. Sports betting is a different shade… Continue reading

Have we Really Returned to School?

by Sasha Rabinowitz In September of 2021, students and teachers alike returned to school after more than a year of online education. Juniors and Sophomores entered the building for what seemed like the… Continue reading