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Storytime: The tale of Andrew ‘The Mighty’ Yang

April 2, 2019 4:39pm | Tyler Carlson, '20

I shall give to you, my audience, a story of great significance. An uprise that shall not be forgotten. The end to the shackles put upon us by the oppressors. The Tale of Andrew Yang. We begin our epic in Schenectady, NY on January 13, […]

Allergies, the ingredients for disaster

March 31, 2019 6:18pm | Victor Valdez, ‘20

Allergies may not be the most significant thing in the world, but it can be quite a mood killer for those suffering, a number that is about as high as the amount of pollen in their eyes. According to the Centers for Disease Control and […]

Panther poll shows that younger siblings are the best in the family…duh!

March 28, 2019 4:10pm | Zenaida Vasquez, '20

How’s it going, older siblings? Constantly feeling the pressure by your parents of having more restrictions, and everyone expecting you to be the “Golden Child”? The list can go on and on. Must be tiring, huh? Can’t relate. As the smarter, funnier, and obviously more […]

Surviving Senioritis; disease spreading fast

January 30, 2019 1:18am | Taylor Clark

By this time, I’m sure you are experiencing or already have experienced the infamous “Senioritis”, basically when you’re completely over high school and have no motivation whatsoever to your academics. That constant routine of waking up to your 6  a.m. alarm, the same ringer you’ve […]

Top 10 things to do over winter break

December 31, 2018 4:55am | Zenaida Vasquez, '20

It’s almost that time of the year when you get together with your family and stuff your face with the delicious food, but that’s not all. The best part about winter is winter break. The joy of not going to school for a good week […]

“Trick” yourself into adulthood

October 31, 2018 4:56pm | Neziah Osayi '20

October is finally reaching its conclusion and everybody knows what that means, Halloween is finally here. Yes that “holiday” in which parents and little children get to test the safety of their neighborhoods by knocking on the doors of neighbors they’ve never shared more than […]

Three steps to securing a passing AP exam grade… maybe

May 4, 2018 1:06pm | Tyler Carlson, '20

Are you , yes you, taking part in the great AP program? If yes, who hurt you as a child? Because something is very wrong, masochistic even. Who would subject themselves to such torture? It reminds me of the enhanced interrogation back in Guantanamo Bay, […]

Make your stalking and obsession a reality

April 4, 2018 7:56pm | Neziah Osayi, '20

Getting rejected sucks. Before you can get inducted into modern enslavement called a relationship, you have to first get the girl or guy. This first step might sound easy for the ladies but for the fellas, we’re basically being asked to put a pink collar […]

Be careful before you bite: Drugs in food on the rise

March 1, 2018 9:10pm | Darious Brown, ’18

OOOOOOOOOOH! Who lives in the pineapple under the sea? Cocaine-Drug-Lords! Powderly and white as it can be: Cocaine cocaine! If nautical nonsense be something you wish: FBI Agents! It’s found in some foods that don’t smell like fish: COCAINE SOMETHING! *Cue the end of SpongeBob’s […]

40 Confessions of a Student

March 1, 2018 2:16pm | Jovial Njinyi, '18

Being a student is tough, especially when you have so many rules to follow, so many things to do and with not enough time. There many things that we do that may not be right but sometimes that’s just a part of being a student; […]