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Opinion: Nomination Abomination

Mackenzie Cutruzzula, Editor and Staff Writer

October 18, 2012

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Senior year should be the most memorable time for a student. However, school events can pose an obstacle for students to enjoy these moments. It is the classic movie cliché: the popular crowd nominates the wallflower for homecoming...

Opinion: Reality TV

Dominique Zampella, Staff Writer

October 18, 2012

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Every time you turn on the television, it seems as if some TV network is coming out with yet another reality show. A show that takes a closer look at the way people live. A reality TV show is known for being unscripted, dramatic,...

Opinion: Staying on Track

Megan Namnama, Contributing Writer

April 5, 2012

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Every day is made up of numerous paths and opportunities to choose whether or not to make it a great day.  Monday through Friday, we, as students, have the choice to be active in classes or to just 'show up.' With approximately...

Opinion: Media’s Impact on Adolescents

Ashley Obrycki, Staff Writer

April 5, 2012

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For the past few decades, media has been a huge part of every individual’s lives. Media definitely impacts the life of pre-teens and adolescents. As technology has advanced, more and more adolescents have been consumed with...

Opinion: Can the use of Social Networks affect your future?

Kayla Miller, Staff Writer

April 5, 2012

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Inside of a high school, it is rare to meet someone who does not have a Facebook, a Twitter account or does not use any kind of social network. Statuses are constantly being updated and pictures being posted throughout each day....

Opinion: Dress to Impress

Celeste Ortiz, Staff Writer

April 5, 2012

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This has been an issue around for centuries. Parents often say to their children to “dress to impress” or about “first impressions.” Aristotle once stated, “A tyrant must put on the appearance of uncommon devotion to...

Opinion: Temple Run

Gabrielle Donofrio, Editor and Staff Writer

February 28, 2012

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If you sneak up behind anyone looking very intensely at their iPhone, iTouch or iPad, it is most likely a result of their engaging in the hottest new game around, Temple Run. This game is the ultimate test of your reflexes as...

Opinion: Dissecting Cats Is Educational

Jon Gonzalez, Staff Writer

February 6, 2012

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When you watch television shows or movies about students who are in high school, most likely one of the segments will involve dissecting something. Dissecting is always something that most teenage boys look forward to; however,...

Opinion: Cat Dissections in Anatomy Classes

Gabrielle Donofrio, Editor and Staff Writer

February 6, 2012

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If you have ever had a pet, the mere thought of the pet being harmed in any way is unbearable. Let's say that you don't have a pet, when the ASPCA commercial comes on television, do you watch the faces of the animals that have...

Are reality shows affecting our lives?

Christina Meyers, Staff Writer

January 18, 2012

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Is it real life, or reality? Most of the television programs we watch happen to be reality shows. From the Jersey Shore to The Real World, we all have at least seen them once. Some things that happen on reality television can...

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