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Art field trip to MET leaves students inspired

The Metropolitan Museum of Art featured many vivid and colorful artists, such as this collection of paintings by Florine Stettheimer. Here, she depicts the economic, social and cultural institutions of New York.

Serena Ye '20, Broadcast Director

January 6, 2020

Amidst skyscraper buildings, the billowing smoke of rickety hot dog stands and the beeping angry taxis, stands the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Yet even within the quiet floors of the museum, one can’t help but feel overwhelmed by the immense amount of history and culture. From the bold, revolutionary ...

Recent New York state ruling tears off the dangerous cloak of presidential immunity

The recent New York state ruling allows investigators to view President Donald Trump’s past eight years of tax returns. This may reverse the long-standing precedent of the Justice Department that allows for executive immunity for sitting presidents.

Serena Ye '20, Broadcast Director

October 18, 2019

As a teenager, I’ve had the luxury of not worrying about my taxes. Sure, I’ve had to fill out state tax forms for my summer job as a lifeguard, but never have I had to sit through the numbing hours and hours of “boring” and “painful” tax returns according to my parents. However, knowing th...

Yankees make a postseason push

Yankees look to win first World Series of the decade

Grady Narang '20 and Ethan Frank '20

October 16, 2019

Anti-Bullying Law implemented in Western New York

Anti-Bullying Law implemented in Western New York

October 25, 2017

By Chris Andrew '18 Parents are being held accountable by law for the bullying behavior of their children in the city of North Tonawanda. This upstate New York town is similar in size to our population in Westport. Earlier this month, a law was passed that stated that parents of a child under the age 18 wit...

Fashion weeks struts into New York

Fashion weeks struts into New York

October 9, 2017

By Nicky Brown '19 ...

A look inside Gov Ball

A look inside Gov Ball

June 10, 2017

By Molly Mahoney ’18 and Izzy Connors ’18 A look inside Gov Ball from Inklings News on Vimeo....

Manchester attack raises concern about Gov Ball

(Picture attributed by Governors Ball)

June 6, 2017

By Sasha Narang '18 Following the Manchester terrorist attack at the Ariana Grande concert on May 22, young adults are in fear about attending one of New York’s most anticipated events, The Governor's Ball. With featured artists such as Chance the Rapper, Lorde and Tool, those who are going are...

The Budget Traveller’s Guide to Chinatown

The Budget Traveller's Guide to Chinatown

November 3, 2016

By: Charlie Colasurdo '18 and Megan Doyle '18 ...

NYCFC Playoff Preview

NYCFC Playoff Preview

October 31, 2016

By Jonathan Kaner and Alex Reiner

Students Attend Meadows Music Festival

October 20, 2016

By: Molly Liebergall '17 and Max Appell '18

Thousands of people stranded at Grand Central due to a fire on Metro North railroad

Photo by the New York Times of the fire at Metro North

Julia Rosier, Features Editor

May 27, 2016

On Tuesday May 17 during rush hour, a fire swept below the Metro North train tracks in East Harlem, New York. The fire left thousands of pedestrians stranded at Grand Central, unable to return home. The fire was caused by a fuel spill when workers were fixing the generator underneath the tracks. The Ne...

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