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Dose of History: Happy New Year!

By Alexandra Wenger ‘21, Features Editor Let’s talk about New Year’s. You might be thinking, “Lexi, I know absolutely everything I need to know about that! I watch the fireworks and the ball drop, make resolutions, kiss people at midnight, and sing ‘Auld Lang Syne’ if I’m feeling particularly reckless.” […]

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The Fate of Movie Theaters

By Morris Matalon ‘24, Contributing Writer Since the start of the pandemic in March, New York City big-screen movie theaters have been closed as a way to curb the spread of the virus amongst large groups of people. This has posed an obstacle to film studios and film distributors who […]

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Saving Winter

Gemma Levy 2022 and Sadie Mank 2022, Staff Writers The impending winter feels like impending doom for many; the sun makes brief appearances, the darkness consumes, and most of the loopholes people have found for coping with the pandemic have gone out of season. Combating the unfortunate side effects of […]

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TV Show Review: The Mandalorian

By Charlie Lebwohl ‘23, Contributing Writer Though the series is not without its faults, The Mandalorian is overall an enjoyable watch for many of the same reasons the first Star Wars movies were. Season two sees the Mandalorian trying to find a Jedi to train Baby Yoda – taking the […]

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Breakfast Tacos Recipe

By Anna Khorets ‘22 and Shoshana Sugerman ‘22, Online Editor and Staff Writer respectively We discovered this recipe at Pancake House in Edgewater, New Jersey, but we put our own twist on it. It’s great for hectic mornings, as it’s quick to make, but it’s just as delicious at any […]

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What Do Students Do During Their Zoom Breaks?

By Bridget Ehrlich ‘22 and Max Rabin ‘22, Contributing and Staff Writers respectively The time we spend away from our academic classes has always been precious, especially during the age of COVID-19. Interested to know what students and faculty do during their free time when we are following a five […]

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Reflections on the Riot

By Sophie Rasol ‘22, Sports Editor, and Anna Khorets ‘22, Online Editor On January 6th, the US Capitol in Washington, D.C., was placed under lockdown after a pro- Trump protest turned into a riot of thousands of people storming into the Capitol in an attempt to obstruct the certification of […]