Tape the Zake: An Interview with Mr. Zakian

Greg Petralia, Video Editor

October 24, 2016

Mr. Zakian, assistant superintendent for human resources and administration, gets taped to the wall during FHS spirit week to help raise money for the SGA. He is being interviewed by Paper Lion staff member Greg Petralia.  

Bedbugs and My First Day of College

Robyn Borstelmann, Alumni Writer, Class of '16

October 20, 2016

When you’re about to enter college, you will hear these six words more than any others: college is nothing like high school. I’ve been in college for just over a month now and I can wholeheartedly support this claim. Your profes...

Staying Alive (Just Not Healthy)

Jack Rosen, Staff Writer

October 19, 2016

Despite several injuries to key players, the New York Mets managed to make the playoffs. They had a solid start to the year in which all their star pitchers looked healthy and primed for another deep playoff run following thei...

Dalers Football

Dalers Football

October 19, 2016

Are You Ready for Some Football?

Tom Rodenburg, Staff Writer

October 19, 2016

With the NFL regular season starting on Sunday September 11th there are many questions that are still surrounding this season. Will the Patriots be able to continue their dynasty without Tom Brady for the first 4 games? Will Col...

Do it Yourself Fashion

Juliet Munoz, Staff Writer

October 18, 2016

I’m stumped on what to wear and every good shirt I own is in the laundry.  Peeking in my dresser, there seem to be a lot of shirts I normally wouldn't wear because of how basic they look.   “Ugh one hour and I still can't come up wi...

How Not to Make a Superhero Movie

Noah Kramer, Staff Writer

October 18, 2016

Earlier this year, the world got struck with a movie that officially kicked off the DCEU (DC Extended Universe). That movie was Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Directed by Zack Snyder, the movie suffered by bad filmmaking...

We Remember 9/11

Grace Brosnan, Staff Writer

October 18, 2016

On Monday, September 12th, we bowed our heads in remorse for the innocent men, women, and children that sadly lost their lives in the tragic event that took place fifteen years ago on September 11th. Especially this year, the...

Studyblr: Social Media Collides With School

Dyandra Allen, Staff Writer

October 18, 2016

Who would’ve thought that social media would one day unite in support of school? From tips to surviving school and life to aesthetically pleasing pictures that somehow motivate you to study, the studyblr community is incred...

A Year of Lasts

Rachel Pugliese, Staff Writer

October 17, 2016

The first day of senior year is a welcome back for the last time. It is the grand finale of your high school career, the final destination before heading into a turbulent world full of careers and adults. Although it’s intimid...

Let’s Get Digital

Rebecca Williamson, Co-Editor in Chief

October 17, 2016

The smell of freshly printed ink on paper is slowly being replaced by the overheating electronics that the world now depends on. But does it really matter where you read the news as long as you get it? The shifting to electro...

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