What not to do on your birthday

Pasha Farmanara, Web Co-Editor -in-Chief Everyone enjoys celebrating their birthday. There is no better feeling than waking up on your birthday, knowing that the entire...

Follow up: fraudulent Smollett attack invalidates true victims

Ava Seccuro staff writer After a grueling investigation, it was discovered that “Empire” star Jussie Smollett hired and paid two brothers, Abel and Ola Osundairo, $3,500...

School board elections: Who votes?

Keith Stone co-editor-in-chief School board elections have become increasingly closer in results over the last couple of years. As the number of votes deciding the victors...

Why you should visit every school you can

 Oliver Gallop, Graphics editor It's always best to listen to your parents. During junior year, I did not want to think about colleges, I wanted...

The Trump Presidency and the Tragedy of Bernie Sanders

Evan Minniti staff writer To many, the victory of Donald Trump seems like a defeat for human progress. Many feel demoralized, angry and confused about how...

Stop romanticizing murderers

Catherine Gagulashvili copy editor Let’s stop romanticizing murderers. Since January, there have been several pieces about Ted Bundy, a serial killer who managed to evade...

Editorial: brash senior reactions to alternative events are damaging to our...

Ava Seccuro co-editor-in-chief Catherine Gagulashvili co-editor-in-chief   Just before the implementation of online learning, we, as the editorial board, urged you, the senior class, to get more engaged....

Social media posts don’t mirror personal interactions

As seen in the March 28 print edition Marguerite Alberts, spotlight editor Abraham Lincoln once said that it is “better to remain silent and be thought...

The Clippers made playoffs after losing four best players: this is...

Sam Bernstein staff writer The Los Angeles Clippers beat the Golden State Warriors last Monday night after pulling off the biggest comeback in NBA playoff...

The Forum: Picking apart freedom at Beverly

As seen in the Nov. 8 issue Max Stahl, opinion editor How much freedom does the school allow us? As straightforward as the question may seem,...