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Anti-Semitism accusations plague 2019 Women’s March

Participants of the 2019 Women’s March on New York City hold signs and march to protect their rights and promote equality.

Alexandra Sprouls '19

January 28, 2019

While marches oftentimes aim to bring together groups and communities, this year’s Women’s March on Jan. 19 did the opposite after its organizers became associated with anti-Semitic beliefs. Elana Atlas ’21 felt troubled by the accusations against the founders of the Women's March concerning...

Best places to visit in NYC

Best places to visit in NYC

May 22, 2018

By Emily Stone '20 New York City is the biggest city in America. Populated with over eight million residents and visited by more than 60 million people every year, there is a lot of room for adventure. Across the five boroughs, here are some of the most iconic eating and entertainment hotspots...

New York City sets record for lowest amount of crime in 2017

New York City sets record for lowest amount of crime in 2017

January 30, 2018

By Teddy Dienst New York City (NYC) , which is the closest major city,  had a record low of 286 murders in 2017. The crime rate hasn't been this low since 1951, when the record keeping of crime rates began. New York City  is now one of the United States safest big cities “It’s a great acc...

The Meadows concludes festival season with a bang

The Meadows concludes festival season with a bang

September 28, 2017

By Bri Zeiberg '19 As festival season comes to a close, The Meadows hosted a variety of performers ranging from Migos to the Red Hot Chili Peppers. The festival took place from Sept. 15-17th in Queens, NY at Citi Field. Friday, Sept. 15th, was one of the most popular days to attend the festival. R...

Galantis amazes audience at concert

Galantis amazes audience at concert

May 10, 2017

Alexandra Sprouls ’19 From the time the doors opened at the Galantis concert at Hammerstein Ballroom in Manhattan to the time they closed, the positive and excited energy of the crowd was contagious. Galantis fans, known as “Sea Foxes,” who attended their concert on April 7, were met with lo...

Easily exiting NYC subways thanks to Staples teacher

Easily exiting NYC subways thanks to Staples teacher

Maialie Fitzpatrick, Staff Writer

November 16, 2015

Getting off New York City subway stations is always a little confusing for everyone. But a teacher here at Staples actually created an app to help people out of their sticky subway situations.   Math teacher Ashley Tomlinson, formerly known as Ashley Wegener, made an app with her brother called ...

Did the Girls’ NYC Glamour Translate to ‘Fabulous’ in Abu Dhabi?

The girls of

May 31, 2010

Samantha Bortniker '11 Web A&E Editor Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Miranda (Cynthia Nixon), Samantha (Kim Cattrall), and Charlotte (Kristen Davis) certainly lived up to their reputations and kept their characters alive in “Sex and the City 2” as the powerful, gorgeous, fun women they have become known as. In SATC2, even though...

Let’s Hear it For New York

Let’s Hear it For New York

January 19, 2010

Carlie Schwaeber '12 Web News Editor “Now you’re in New York, these streets will make you feel brand new, big lights will inspire you, let’s hear it for New York.” - Jay-Z As a teenager, I am going through a crazy phase where I always want to be somewhere exciting.  I am a very fortunat...

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