Can Schools Reopen Safely?

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By Brian Crespo – News Editor September 22 marks the first official day of the fall equinox. It is a season that will be remembered for many years to come, and perhaps not fondly. COVID-19 will be approaching its first birthday some murky time between September and December. Political tensions will exacerbate the most contentious … Continued

The Power of Music During COVID-19

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By Britley Blessit – Arts and Entertainment Editor Music is all around us almost everywhere we go. Music can brighten our moods, bring us together, and heal our minds, bodies, and souls. During the pandemic, we truly need music that can get us through these difficult times. One of the greatest things about music is … Continued

Speaking for the Outspoken: The NBA and BLM

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By Tyrese Henryel – Co Sports Editor The National Basketball Association has returned after a 4-month stoppage due to players testing positive for COVID-19 and the sports world is headed back to regularly scheduled programming. A significant Issue that seems to have been troubling the players and its fans that represent the communities, is the … Continued

Back to (Virtual) School

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By: Esther Paul – Copy Editor The beginning of any normal semester meant the hustling and bustling to acquire books and new outfits, school lawns filled with students headed to classes, and crowds gathering at back-to-school events. This semester, however, has proven to be anything but normal. With the irresolution of the COVID pandemic, many … Continued

More Things To Try For The Rest of Quarantine

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By Afua Anim – Student Journalist Summer is almost here, the birds outside are chirping and you’ve probably started to become jealous of the bees frolicking together outside of your window because you cannot do the same with your friends. And on top of all this, you’re still at home as you have been for … Continued

Online Learning in the Time of Coronavirus

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By Brian Crespo – News Editor COVID-19 has pushed the United States and most other developed nations into a digital existence. Restaurants have switched to take-out, their chairs stacked neatly on their tables, their waiters and waitresses laid off. Sports events have all been cancelled – no Yankees, no Knicks, no nothing. Venues holding thousands … Continued

The Monster

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The Monster lingers. Am I hungry ? I have not had an appetite in days — “hold on, the monster is chasing me,” she thought.

Every Day Is A Crisis: Oncology Nurse On The Pandemic

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By Sarah Alaeddin – Executive Editor Sarah: What is your name and occupation? Elizabeth: My name is Elizabeth Alaeddin and I’m a registered nurse. I work at St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Paterson, NJ. Sarah: What unit do you work in? Elizabeth: I work in the Medical Surgery/Oncology unit. I typically deal with cancer patients. Sarah: What is your typical … Continued

Will There Be A NFL Season?

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The National Football league (NFL) is in jeopardy of not having a season, as America becomes one of the most infected countries on the planet.