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Relentless Layoffs

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Matthew McGrath, Sports Editor

April 27, 2017

There is yet another new disturbing trend in the headlines. Relentless layoffs. On Wednesday April 26, 2017, ESPN announced that over one hundred of its employees would not have their contracts renewed. Of those individuals being laid off, some have been with the company for over twenty years. Despite...

ASMR? You Decide

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Kylie Mandeville, Managing Editor

April 7, 2017

Anyone with an Instagram of Facebook profile has seen videos of whispering into microphones and touching things to capture their sound. The nature of these videos seems rather odd, so what are they and why do so many people enjoy watching them? These videos are classified as causing ASMR (Autonomous...

Desperately Seeking Sleep

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Maria Dragone, Staff Writer

April 4, 2017

Are you getting enough sleep? Coming out of third marking period and quarterly week, many of us may be feeling the effects of staying up all night studying, writing essays, or making projects for classes. For whatever reason you may be losing sleep at night, one thing’s for certain: you’re not alone....

Refreshing Strawberry Punch

Refreshing Strawberry Punch

Veronica Lanfrachi, Staff Writer

April 3, 2017

What better fruit in season than strawberries? Ripe and delicious, strawberries are most juicy in the Spring and Summer months. Serving guests or just yourself, this strawberry beverage is a satisfying treat. Strawberry water is infamous in Mexico, commonly referred to as agua de fresa, a refreshing...

Game On: Careers in Video Game Development

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Luke Adelhoch, Staff Writer

March 31, 2017

Video games have come quite a long way from 1958. What started as a simple tennis simulator that was a hit at the National Brookhaven Laboratory’s open house has expanded into a massive entertainment industry on par with giants like the film and recording industries. Video games have become a huge...

Playa Playa Playa

Playa Playa Playa

Maggie Franzreb, Staff Writer

March 7, 2017

Unexpected spring-like weather, a new Playa Bowl in Red Bank and daylight savings time in one week! The founders of Playa Bowl, Robert Gluuani and Abby Taylor, are two Jersey Shore natives, who traveled the world surfing and embracing beach cultures. They quickly realized that every town they traveled...

Cogitation (Please Read Disclaimer)

Cogitation (Please Read Disclaimer)

Jackson Healey, Editor-in-Chief

March 6, 2017

Aaron Swartz’s body was discovered in his Brooklyn apartment on the evening of January 11, 2013. Upon investigation New York’s medical examiner reported that Swartz had hanged himself although no suicide note was found. He was twenty-six.

My Life on the Road: Book Review

My Life on the Road: Book Review

Kylie Mandeville, Managing Editor

February 17, 2017

In the wake of the women’s marches all over the country and the world, there is no more important book to read. Gloria Steinem chronicles her travels across the country as an organizer and advocate for women’s rights. Beginning with her nomadic childhood, her father selling antiques to pay for their...

Susan Beth Pfeffer: Writer’s Wisdom

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Nicole Guglielmi, Staff Writer

February 7, 2017

For my Journalism I Interview project I had the honor to interview the esteemed author, Susan Beth Pfeffer. Ms. Pfeffer has had an impressive career and has written 60+ books throughout it. I chose to interview Ms. Pfeffer because I personally love her Life As We Knew It series, and I thoroughly enjoy...

Souper Bowl Recipes

Souper Bowl Recipes

Maia Franco

February 3, 2017

Football fans or not, over 100 million Americans are predicted to watch Super Bowl LI on Sunday, February 5. With the Patriots and the Falcons competing for the 2017 title and a Lady Gaga halftime performance, we all have a reason to watch this Sunday. Whether we are watching at home with family or...

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