Monthly Archives: April 2020

HOW EFFECTIVE IS REMOTE LEARNING?

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In light of the ongoing world-wide Covid-19 pandemic, schools nation-wide have transitioned to remote learning protocols to ensure students are still able to receive their education. Remote learning, In simplest terms, it is an educational practice where the student and educators are in different locations as opposed to a traditional classroom setting.  The protocols for […]

ZeroSpace: NYC’s New Immersive Art Museum Into A Different Dimension

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The trippy and immersive playground showcases art throughout the museum and several shows. Upon recommendation of a CTE teacher, Mrs. Almonte I had purchased tickets to a museum known as ZeroSpace. She recommended that we go to museums to get footage for our upcoming projects in the Digital Media shop class. I only skimmed through […]

Coronavirus…Vacation…Coronation

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In recent months, countries across the globe have enforced strict travel bans upon their citizens due to the advice from organizations like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization.  At this point, at least 93 percent of the world is living with coronavirus-associated travel restrictions and/or bans; approximately three billion […]

5G: The Next Step Forward

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5G is the next generation for cellular data networks and it has already begun its expansion throughout the country.  With 5G faster speeds will be achieved compared to previous generations of cellular data connectivity. This is because 5G operates on a higher frequency than previous generations, and because of this data can be carried at […]

Congrats, You Did It! (Maybe not.)

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Due to the coronavirus pandemic, all New York schools were shut down. In the beginning Governor, Andrew Cuomo announced schools would only be closed until April 20th. That decision was promptly changed by DiBlasio to schools being closed until May 15th, which can possibly change to the rest of the year as the number of […]

John Krasinski Provides a Ray of Sunshine in a Dark Time

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Whenever we turn to the news during this pandemic, we are bombarded with so much negative news. John Krasinski, known for his role as “Jim” in The Office, decided to take it upon himself to help spread some good news. Before creating his videos, he goes on twitter and asks his fans to tweet something […]

KFC Glazed Donut Chicken Sandwich

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Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) is a worldwide famous American fast food chain known for their southern foods, especially their world famous Fried Chicken; KFC is in 136 countries globally.  On Monday, February 24th, KFC released a new donut chicken sandwich for a limited time only. Exactly how it sounds, it’s simply a crispy chicken patty […]

“On My Block” Season 3 Review

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Netflix’s teen comedy-drama “On My Block” left us with many questions and unexpected cliffhangers by the end of Season 3. If you haven’t seen the series, “On My Block” is about a group of friends from the dangerous city of Freeridge, a city in East LA.  This season we reunite with the group we know […]

“LUV vs The World 2” Review

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Since 2017, the sensational artist Lil Uzi Vert has been teasing his fans with his project dubbed “Eternal Atake.” Over the years, his followers have heard leaks of his work and were built with anticipation, but heard none of them on this new album. He had postponed these songs releasing for the deluxe version of […]

Edison’s Boys Volleyball: Farewell Seniors

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Student athletes nationwide had their spring season stripped away, due to COVID-19. Though this is sad for all, it is extremely devastating for seniors who would have been playing their final season. The Boys Varsity Volleyball Team had their season cut short and was working without their usual practice space The reopening status of the […]