Sadly, Racism Still an Issue for UEFA

Tyler Solis, Staff Member

April 12, 2019

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Racism is a big issue in sports, but it is a major problem is soccer. The moments of racism happen all across the world, from Russia to England to Lithuania. From fans to players to the coaching staff, from the 1980s to the 20...

Suffering in Silence

Suffering in Silence

April 9, 2019

Strand Bookstore, NYC

Strand Bookstore, NYC

April 1, 2019

Will my hair look better up or down?

Sarah Robbins, Staff Writer

March 29, 2019

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Every school's prom is different and here at Farmingdale, it’s go big or go home. The buzz around it starts in September of  junior year, and moves along until the eventual day of prom. When the dresses, hair, and makeup i...

Op-Ed: Cigarettes Should Be Illegal

Jack Cavailoi and Justin Bifolco

January 29, 2019

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Have you ever been out in a public area and have someone blow a cloud of smoke directly in your face? Have you ever been in your car driving next to someone and see them throw their cigarette out of their window, littering the...

Chinese Censorship

Frank Vereline, Editor

January 28, 2019

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This past summer, I took a thirteen hour journey across the world, to land in a nation with day and night cycle completely reversed from the one I had grown used to. In other words, I took a nine day trip to China with the Mand...

Should Cellphones be Allowed in School?

Kayla Timmerman, Editor

January 28, 2019

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The question that continues to be debated throughout schools around the world: Should cellphones be allowed in school? Ask most students and you will receive one response; however, ask most teachers and you will receive another. T...

Op-Ed: No More Homework!

Escarlet Tavarez, Staff Writer

January 25, 2019

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Students should not have homework because they already do enough work in school throughout the day. Although others may disagree and say it’s beneficial because it gives teachers an idea of what students already know or need t...

Screen Damage

Anna Decker, Co-editor-in-chief

January 25, 2019

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The television program 60 minutes is a popular broadcast on the CBS network and is watched by millions of people throughout the U.S. The news program is centered around the reporters and their personal investigations on various t...

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