Category Archives: Front Page

Educational Roadblock: Teacher Shortages Impact Students

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The ongoing challenge of the teacher shortage has made it difficult for students to immerse themselves in a variety of science classes. As we look ahead into the next school year, the availability of science classes will be limited.

This …

Teenspace: Free Therapy for NYC Teens 

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As America faces a mental health crisis, it is crucial for New York City to look out for the mental well-being of the youth. The COVID-19 pandemic acted as a catalyst to the crisis, increasing the feelings of depression and …

Navigating the Impact of AI on Social Media: An Exploration of the Need for Restriction

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In an era marked by rapid technological advancement, the fusion of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and social media has ushered in a transformative wave, reshaping how we connect, share, and consume information. Algorithms, driven by AI, promise enhanced personalization and efficient …

The Political Apathy in Young Americans 

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When you think about turning 18, what is the first thing you think about? Being an adult, leaving home, or finally being able to vote?

Voting is a right given to all with American citizenship as they turn 18 years …

Should the Regents Determine Our Future?

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For decades, New York has administered regents examinations to students to evaluate their achievements and knowledge… but these standardized tests may have become a measure of intelligence instead. 

Conducted by a handful of states, New York was the first to …

Switching Courts: Basketball Teams Moved the Practice to Another School After Gym Takes a Timeout

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The gym closure has evoked a sense of sorrow among the entire student body. However, the impact has particularly impacted our sports teams, especially our JV basketball team. 

The team practices at another school far away from our own. Their …

Culture and Technology, the Dissonant Ingredients

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With the surge of social media in our everyday lives, it has impacted us in a multitude of ways ranging from brilliant benefits to costly consequences. We sometimes overlook how social media has impacted our connection with our culture.         

There …

The Next Industrial Revolution – Quantum Computing

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For quite some time, the world has been changing rapidly, with new innovations happening seemingly every day. From advancements in 3-D printing, to ever improving chatbots, such as ChatGPT, it’s important to keep up with everything that’s going on, because …

Harmonizing Homework: High Schoolers Spill the Beats on Productivity

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Some swear by caffeine, others by meditation, but there’s a group of students who have found their solace in the rhythmic beats and melodic tunes of their favorite songs that is the secret to their supercharged productivity. While some might …

Social Media’s Impact on Society 

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The very first social media platform SixDegrees launched in 1997 and marked the beginning of the social media era. Soon after, in 2004 Mark Zuckerberg launched “Facebook” a closed social network exclusive to Harvard students, soon after many universities around …