Op-Ed: American Schools and Students Debate Gym: Vigorous Exercise or Pointless Free Time?

Emilia Paluszek, Staff Reporter

December 16, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Around the US, gym class is a prominent subject in a school’s curriculum. Whether students love it or hate it, it’s bound to be talked about. After all, it could potentially be considered a free period, just some time to ...

OpEd: Are the NFL’s Decreasing Ratings the Beginning of the End?

Christopher Martinez, Staff Reporter

November 13, 2016

Filed under Opinion

  The NFL is currently the most watched sport in America, but there has been a trend in the 2016 Season.  The ratings are rapidly dropping and nobody seems to truly know the real reason why.   According to Variety, C...

Farewells and New Beginnings

Yousef Ahmad, Staff Reporter

June 8, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Student Life

The school year has come to an end. For freshman, they think they’re prepared for the life as a sophomore; they aren’t. For sophomores, they are lost, going to the awkward stage of juniors, so close to being a senior and ...

MBHS Seniors On Hillary Clinton

Miles Slade, Staff Reporter

May 16, 2016

Filed under Opinion

BROOKLYN, NY - As the New York primary approaches, MBHS students may find themselves casually and occasionally glancing at Facebook “articles” for their election coverage. And, as is expected in any significant population o...

The Jungle Book: A Review

May 16, 2016

Filed under Opinion

LITHUANIA -- 94%. Rottentomatoes.com’s “Tomatometer” gives The Jungle Book (2016) a rating of 94%. Why did anyone like this movie? How could anyone enjoy the blasphemy spewing out from the gigantic theater screen? ...

Are the AP Exams Too Much?

Ronece Pringle, Staff Reporter

April 20, 2016

Filed under Opinion

If you didn’t know, students in MBHS that are currently taking AP Courses including AP Psychology, Language, etc. are getting ready for the exam in May. At the end of March, students paid their fees for the AP exams they wi...

Speak Your City

Pauline Kern, Staff Reporter

April 13, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Moving to new city is the farthest thing from easy. While discovering new places and deciding which places to call your own is absolutely thrilling, you’re essentially forced to re-adapt to everything. From an Angelino’s perspectiv...

Why the Millennials at Millennium’s Votes Matter

Sophia Taziny, Staff Reporter

April 13, 2016

Filed under Opinion

As primary elections in New York approach on April 19th, Millennium Brooklyn students and the rest of America’s youth might be pondering their political stance and the importance of it for the first time in their lives. ...

Trump No Good For America

Sannese Walker, Staff Reporter

April 13, 2016

Filed under Opinion

In this 2016 presidential primary election, Donald Trump is running for President.  Donald Trump is an American business man.  He is running in the Republican party.  Currently, Donald Trump has the most delegates for the Repu...

Bernie, Back at It Again

Katherine Lopez, Staff Reporter

April 13, 2016

Filed under Opinion

The Democratic primary has been nothing short of historic, with Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders leading a grassroots campaign that relies on donations from everyday people for the vast majority of its funds, rather than from lar...