New York Driving Age

Conor Borthwick, Staff Writer

February 21, 2018


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Right now, there are hundreds of kids around the world who sit in the cars of their older siblings or friends and wonder, “Why can’t I do this?” “Is this person who is hardly older or more mature than me more capable to drive?” While there are plenty of kids saying things like this, there ...

The Future of Yesterday’s

JJ Smith, Staff Writer

January 5, 2018


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Yesterday’s is a quaint family-run Irish pub that serves a variety of food and craft beers on tap. Located on Main Street in the heart of Warwick, it has been serving both tourists and locals for over 30 years. Recently, however, plans to relocate have provoked controversy within the streets of Warwick. Owner...

Be the Change

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Olivia Calacanis, Health Page Editor

November 1, 2017


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Everyday it seems like there's more breaking news stories about another shooting, another attack, another bombing, another hurricane, and it can really put life into perspective. After hearing about the tragic stories from the victims or their family members it makes you think, that could have been you....

Femme Fatales – The Fifteen Percent

Bridget Higgins, Technology Page Editor

June 12, 2017


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As reported by Psychology Today, fifteen percent of all serial killers are female. An occurrence so uncommon that many in the past simply chose to believe that women were not capable of such horrors. In 1998 an FBI agent Roy Hazelwood was quoted claiming, “ There are no female serial killers”. A ...

#NoMakeup

#NoMakeup

Annie Demetroules, School Page Editor

March 2, 2017


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Breaking beauty standards was a recent trend throughout 2016 and hopefully will carry on into 2017. Many influential female celebrities have taken a stand against these standards and have stopped wearing makeup. One of the many celebrities to do this was pop singer/songwriter, Alicia Keys. This “#nomakeup ...

Save the Bees

Save the Bees

Annie Demetroules, School Page Editor

November 30, 2016


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Recently, Bees have been added to the list of endangered species. Seven species of the yellow-faced bee, native to Hawaii, have been added. They are the first bees in our nation to be added to the endangered species list and are currently being protected under the Endangered Species Act. They were added be...

Life Without Regret

Bridget Higgins, Science and Technology Page Editor

October 14, 2016


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It is safe to say that regrets are things that everyone in life has at some point. Many people struggle with regrets whether it be a small, minor issue or a life changing one. Having regrets are sometimes extremely difficult to cope with. However, in some situations they are said to be beneficial. Th...

Are Our Phones Protected?

Are Our Phones Protected?

Justis Nieves, Co-Editor of the Sports Page

May 6, 2016


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In today’s society, our phones are some of the most important and precious objects in our lives. We like to think that once we lock our phones no one can get into them. Fingerprint scanners, 4 digit codes, shapes, and complex passwords that even have characters longer than the longest word in Engl...

A Hunch About Lunch

A Hunch About Lunch

Logan Lipnicky, Co- Editor of the Music Page

May 5, 2016


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With the brand new additions to the school’s lunch menu this year, many have noticed a change of quality in the school’s food, with many supporting the new direction lead with a healthier foot forward. The year of 2016 came not only with a new bell schedule but with the indoctrination of a brand...

Barbie’s New Look

Barbie’s New Look

Olivia Calacanis, Staff Writer

March 9, 2016


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With her pin straight platinum blonde hair and sky blue eyes, Barbie was the first realistic adult looking doll who made her debut in America in 1959. She quickly became every girl's favorite toy to play with but mothers were skeptical of her over sexualized and unrealistic body shape. For 57 years, Bar...

Pros and Cons of Warwick

Pros and Cons of Warwick

Ryan Pfingst, Staff Writer

March 9, 2016


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Warwick is an undoubtedly beautiful town. However, it has its downfalls. The school system is great, and our library was recently voted the #1 small library in the country by Library Journal Magazine. Bellvale Farms Creamery, with its delicious homemade ice cream and breath-taking views, was voted the second-b...

The Socialist Situation

The Socialist Situation

Emma Tennyson-Hickey, World Page Editor

February 10, 2016


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As the country counts down to the 2016 presidential election Americans seem to be more and more divided on many controversial topics. Months of TV debates have included subjects like guns, planned parenthood, and immigrants, but one topic may be rising into question, socialism. The country's prime proponent...

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