Club Spotlight: Game Club

Daniel Cohen, Reporter

April 30, 2015

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I am sitting in Room 303. It is 3:30 in the afternoon, and the club is in full swing. The room is abuzz with excitement, and the cheering and jeering of the audience is deafening. With the exception of a few members just there...

Students of the Chalkboard Are Becoming Students of the Smart Board

Reuven Glezer, Reporter

April 30, 2015

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The Tampa Bay Times reported earlier this month that a middle school student, after accessing a teacher’s computer, was charged with felony computer crimes and suspended from school for ten days. The student, Domanik Green, allegedly...

Son, Where You From? An In-Depth Look at the Where I’m From Project

Jacalyn Goldzweig Panitz, Staff Reporter

March 25, 2015

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For Millennium students, sophomore year begins with one question: "where am I from?" The Where I'm From project is a key component of Qualitative Research class, and the first step of this project is data collection. Students...

The Truth About Caffeine Consumption

Reuven Glezer, Staff Reporter

March 25, 2015

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It’s a classic image, the sleep-deprived student that chose to turn to coffee in order to keep awake in a long-standing cycle of classes, work, and more caffeine. However, the preconceptions of caffeine use may shed light on...

International Women’s Day: Where We’ve Come and Where We’re Going

Tore Levander, Staff Reporter

March 25, 2015

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March 8th, was the 38th annual International Women’s Day. The holiday was created by the United Nations to, as stated on the IWD website, “mark the economic, political and social achievements of women.” The day was celebrated...

Innocents Tortured by Chicago PD at Secret Warehouse

Reuven Glezer, Staff Reporter

March 16, 2015

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Early last week, the discovery of a domestic “black site” in Chicago’s Homan Square has cast a line of questioning and discovery towards the Chicago Police Department, who are accused of operating the site as an off-the-bo...

Celebrities Use Influence for Social Change During the Oscars

Mika Park, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2015

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At this year’s Academy Awards ceremony, the acceptance speeches for awards were a prominent topic of discussion among viewers. This year there were 43 million viewers, so those speeches hold a lot of clout and potential to spread...

The Effects of Mental Distress on Academic Performance

Nia Savory   , Staff Reporter

March 5, 2015

Filed under Features, News

Being a teenager is emotionally, physically, and mentally draining. On the brink of adulthood, we are on a journey finding our true identity. A teen’s mental health affects their academic performance severely due to constant...

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