Monthly Archives: June 2020

How Can You Help If You Can’t Attend a Protest?

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On May 25th George Floyd. 46, was pinned to the ground by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin for nine minutes resulting in Floyd’s death. A video of the incident was resealed to the public and the nation erupted in anger. This was one of many cases of police brutality against African Americans.  One month ago, […]

Working Parents: How Children of Essential Workers are Dealing with the Pandemic

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Throughout NYC, parents who’re essential workers not only put their family’s health at risk, but their children’s emotional health too. On March 22nd, governor Cuomo chose jobs that he’d consider essential, including doctors, construction workers, delivery drivers, etc. These essential jobs needed to be filled and workers were required to continue working to sustain the […]

Who Knew a Show About a Complicated Indian Girl Would Hit Netflix by Storm?

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With everyone stuck at home, many people are looking for new shows to watch. A show called “Never Have I Ever” was released and soon became the  #1 show in 10 different countries. This was created and directed by Mindy Kailing and Lang Fisher.  Mindy Kaling is best known for her role as Kelly and […]

“Justice League Dark: Apokolips War” Review

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The newly anticipated DC animated movie “Justice League Dark: Apokolips War” and it’s nothing fans were expecting.  The film includes all major heroes from previous movies of this New 52 era which include the Justice League, Teen Titans, Suicid Squad, and the Justice League Dark. However we follow story arcs around John Constantine, Damian Wayne/Raven, […]

What Can We Expect As States Begin Reopening?

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As the COVID-19 pandemic has battered the United States and turned the nation into the world’s largest hotspot for the virus, the economy has been dramatically impacted. States are eager to reopen and jumpstart their economies even as the pandemic still rages on. Some states have already begun to reopen their economies and ease back […]

Remote Learning: Student P.O.V

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Due to the global pandemic caused by Covid-19, all New York public school buildings have closed and learning is being done remotely. On March 15th, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that schools would be closed in order to slow the spread. In light of this, students and teachers across the state had to adjust to […]

It Is Definitely Not a Good Time To Be a Nazi

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Maintaining a fine line between making a joke and still showing respect for the tragic history that was WWII, Taika Waititi’s “Jojo Rabbit” is a curious look at what children face at times of war. The movie follows a ten-year-old boy Johannes ( Roman Griffin) wanting to be the best Nazi soldier in Hitlers’ army. […]

Apple’s new release: The Phone SE

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The iPhone SE is a different type of phone from what we have seen Apple release in recent years. The iPhone SE released on April 24, 2020 and it offered an alternative from many iPhones we have seen come out. This iPhone goes back to a design that we have not seen  since the iPhone […]

Alternatives of Senior Activities

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With school cancelled for the rest of the year for students, how can we celebrate Senior Activities in quarantine?  High school is said to be the best four years of our lives, but due to the global pandemic of the Coronavirus, graduates of 2020 have had their senior year cut short.  With senior events, such […]

LOOK OUT HERE THEY COME!

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Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, or drones,  are rapidly growing in popularity and increasing work efficiency and productivity. These drones have been around for more than two decades, but their roots date back to World War I when both the U.S and France worked on developing automatic, unmanned airplanes. Drones have become essential for many business and […]