From October, 2015

Bernie Sanders 2k16–Why Not?

By: David Hatami With the 2016 presidential elections looming in November of next year and with the primary elections stirring just around the corner, candidates from both the Republican and Democratic parties are scattering to gain headway in both national and state polls. Candidates from all over are campaigning to gain as much support as…

Centereach Art Out Loud! Happy Halloween…

Centereach Art Out Loud! By Jacob Siegelbaum     James Moore is a tenth grader in our school.  James paints amazing abstract artworks that have very deep meaning to him.   Here are some of his works: The red and blue painted pieces of faces are a set that are name “Red Comet” and “Blue Comet”…

Spanish Honor Society’s Excursion of Art and Flora

By: Alissa Borrero    This year the Spanish Honor Society sent its members on a field trip to the New York Botanical Gardens in the Bronx to broaden their cultural horizons through the temporary exhibited artwork of the Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. Her exhibit featured a description of her history, a reimagining of her studio…

Personal Getaway by Josephine Ferrara

The way you looked at me when you looked into my eyes,  The way it felt when your lips touched mine, The way it felt to have your hands in mine,  Every little kiss, Every little glance, At any chance that I could get to have you in my arms, It was all so perfect, …

Homecoming Victories All Around! A Day to Remember! and Celebrate!

By Gianna Boscarino and Jackie Gomez  September 19, 2015 Homecoming weekend came early this year but had no effect on its attendance and enthusiasm. Not only did we have beautiful weather, but we had ourselves a great Homecoming win against Copiague. To start off Homecoming, we had our traditional comical and clever skits performed by the…