• Interviews

    Elan Moskowitz

    Elan Moskowitz (ē’ lӓn, ē lӓn’; mӓsk’ ō wit͡s’, mӓsk’ ə wit͡s’) n. One of the coolest people you’ll ever meet The guy who cheated the system by skipping a grade A character full of good surprises Another name for…

  • Poetry

    Basketball Senior Night

    As our season is ending With this our last home court defending We’d like to honor our leaders Our beloved seniorsCaptain Daniella Rothman Playing D like no one else can Her shot is nothing to ignore Because when she shoots,…

  • Sports

    Thoughts on the Canes

    Welcome to the first ever issue of “Thoughts on the Hurricanes,” inspired by Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman’s blog on the NHL, “31 thoughts.” The reason I chose this format is that I thought it would be very simple and easy to…

  • Politics

    Be In The Know For The Hanukkah Glow

    Hanukkah, the festival of lights. A time for latkes and presents for a full week! A joyous and wonderful holiday that has been celebrated for years and years over the Maccabee success against the Syrian-Greeks. But what is the true…

  • Current Events

    California Wildfires

    On November 8th of this year was when the devastating California wildfire started. It began near Camp Creek Road in Butte County, in Northern California. 153,336 acres were destroyed, including 18,733 structures, and 13,972 homes were lost. But the worst…

  • Poetry

    Rest Quiets Stress

    I wrote this poem in order for students to get an understanding of why resting is essential. People undervalue it without thinking of the results. On the contrary, it’s a necessity in life. In order to function properly, we need…

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    Poetry

    Pittsburgh

    When I open my eyes I think that it’s lies That all these cries Come from despise That all these dead lives Come from terrorize   I want to hide But I know deep inside That this is my family…