From October, 2016

Should We Be Afraid of Clowns–Yes and No!

According to a recent New York Times article, reports to the police about sightings of creepy clowns have proliferated in several states in the past few weeks. “They just kept coming, and coming, and coming, across multiple states. Clowns in vans. Clowns in the woods. Clowns lurking in the shadows. Clowns chasing people or doing crimes.”…

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Best College Choice Not Necessarily the Ivy League

By Sumaiya Chaudhry and Laiba Qureshi As students get closer to their senior year of high school, their minds should be set on where they want to go from there. Maybe a college or university will satisfy them or maybe it will be the desire of traveling around the world that will do them good.…

Troy Lee Is CHS’S Student of the Month

Troy understands completely the meaning of his favorite quote”Life is 10% what happens to us and 90% how we react to it.”-Unknown  He has been reacting to situations in a positive way for a long time.  When people  and situations go “low,” Troy stays high.  This is wisdom that Troy has learned  and what Sophocles says…

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Crosscurrents Says Hello!

  by Angela Boscarino and Riah Sharma–   As we welcome the new school year, we’d like to take the time now to introduce ourselves as the co-chief-editors of the Centereach High School Crosscurrents.  Our names are Riah Sharma and Angela Boscarino and we are extremely excited to take on our roles as editors and…

Trump vs. Clinton, Who Really Won?

By David Hatami   On Monday evening, here on Long Island, Hofstra University hosted the very first 2016 Presidential debate. For 90 minutes straight, Republican nominee Donald Trump fiercely sparred against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton about a multitude of issues, varying from economic growth and immigration, to NATO and defeating ISIS. The two brutally lashed…