Op-Ed: Antsy About Transitioning To College

Nia Savory, Staff Reporter

March 16, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Graduation is only a few months away and seniors are starting to get antsy about being on their own. Personally, I feel confident and more than ready to leave the nest and be on my own than some of my classmates.  While preparing...

Op-Ed: Why the Star Wars Prequels are the Best

Nick Isdith, Staff Reporter

March 16, 2015

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Ever since the debut of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, which was released in May of 1999, fans of the original trilogy have been calling for the head of Star Wars creator George Lucas. He's been called many awful na...

Hallway Gridlock Hits MBHS

Hallway Gridlock Hits MBHS

February 14, 2015

Our Limited Lunch Options

Serina Permaul, Staff Reporter

February 14, 2015

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Here at MBHS, students are privileged to outside lunch. This is something students appreciate because it’s 45 minutes of freedom that they have throughout the course of the day. Being able to go outside for lunch is something...

Helping NYC’s Homeless

Briana Santiago, Staff Reporter

January 14, 2015

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The number of homeless New Yorkers sleeping each night in municipal shelters is now 64% higher than it was ten years ago. There are homeless males, females, and even families all over New York City who live and sleep either on...

Women’s Rights vs. The American Economy

Tore Levander, Staff Reporter

January 14, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Saudi Arabia is a country where women can’t drive, can’t go anywhere without a male chaperone, can’t vote, and are denied the use of many other things such as trying on clothes while shopping, and swimming in a public pool....

Why I Don’t Like the AP Tests

Reuven Glezer, Staff Reporter

January 14, 2015

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Remember the AP tests last year? I do. They were filled with last-minute studying, jitters, and the culmination of months of work coming to a head. For weeks, our AP classes had been filled with nothing but practice, study, and...

Are Seniors Ready To Leave Millennium…Emotionally?

Shahrooz Khan, Staff Reporter

January 14, 2015

Filed under Opinion

As the time for college acceptance and graduation gets closer, we recall our their memories of this school, their friends, teachers and trips. According to the Society of psychotherapy, letting go of things can have a deep psychological...

The Memories of Past News: Ebola and ISIS

Nick Isdith, Staff Reporter

December 23, 2014

Filed under Opinion

The answer may vary from person to person, but most of the time they'll tell you a very similar thing.  News is supposed to be important. It should always impact the reader's life in one way or another. It should give the reader...

On MBHS’ Pros & Cons

Andrea Hue, Staff Reporter

December 19, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Every school has it’s own pros and cons and MBHS is no different. Millennium Brooklyn is widely known for it’s diversity, for having a wide variety of clubs and extracurriculars, and, most of all, for having amazing teachers. According...

Obama Takes On Immigration

Ivana Lopez, Staff Reporter

December 18, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Immigration in the U.S. is far from perfect and is destroying the lives of many people. In an effort to prevent families from being broken apart, and eliminate the overall fear of deportation, President Obama came up with several...

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