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Life in the Big Apple

Samantha Scibelli, Reporter

January 10, 2012

Have you ever thought of living in New York City? Here is one good reason to make your move. Although the city is thought to be polluted, people who live there have a longer life expectancy. Actually New Yorkers who live in the...

New Year, Clean Slate…or not: Ways to Stick to Your Resolution

Jaclyn Weiner, Reporter

January 10, 2012

During the New Year, the masses start buckling down placing huge goals and changes on their lifestyles. Whether it’s to lose weight, eat healthier, work harder in school, be a better person, etc, these immediate decisions are...

Going Green

Going Green

January 5, 2012

Strange Laws: What Were They Thinking?

Falyn Katzman and Kelly Bender, Assistant Editor and Reporter

December 22, 2011

Laws are the body of rules and principles governing the affairs of a community and enforced by a political authority. Without laws, people could do whatever they want whenever they want without any consequences. Laws keep us...

The Story Behind the Skeletons

Jaclyn Weiner, Reporter

December 20, 2011

What common individuals know about anorexia and bulimia is a view of the surface of engulfing intense disorders. Anorexia nervosa: an eating disorder primarily affecting adolescent girls and young women, characterized by pathological...

How Dangerous are Cellphones?

Samantha Fraembs, Reporter

December 20, 2011

One of the biggest questions cell phone consumers ask today is “Blackberry or iPhone?” There may be another factor when deciding, one that is more vital to your health than BBM or .5 million apps. Recent studies revealed...

What’s Your Opinion…On Opinions?

Katie Piscopio, Editor-In-Chief

December 12, 2011

We all seem to have a love-hate relationship with opinions. For one, we all love to express our opinions through conversation, art, actions, or even through social media sites like Twitter, which seems to be the most popular...

Melanoma: The Tiny Killer

By Shannan O’Neil, Reporter

October 31, 2011

So… you don’t typically think something as tiny as a 3 millimeter mole can kill you, but it can if you’re not careful. Almost 9,000 people a year die from these small malignant melanomas which is a form of skin cancer,...

When I Grow Up, I Want to be a…

Lindsey Cohen, Associate Editor

October 27, 2011

The question of the moment seems to be “what do you want to be when you grow up?” Many can’t answer this when checking out or applying to colleges, but this dreaded-by-many matter seems to creep up on us faster than we could...

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