7/3-Weekly News Update

7/3-Weekly News Update

Jack Yan, News Editor

Chibok Girls Last year when Boko Haram kidnapped 276 schoolgirls from Chibok, Nigeria, the world erupted on social media with #Bringbackourgirls. This...  Read More »

July 3, 2015

Splatoon Doesn’t “Squid” Around

Splatoon Doesn’t “Squid” Around

Uma Raja, Arts Editor

“Splatoon.” Chances are you either know it as “that game your little brother won’t shut up about” or “that game with a commercial that repeats ‘you’re a kid...  Read More »

June 21, 2015

Working Towards Your Summer Body (Week 2)

Working Towards Your Summer Body (Week 2)

Gernise Gregoire, Lifestyle Editor

Side Step overs (12 reps): Requires a bench & 2 dumbbells if desired Using a bench or a step at least 2 feet high, stand on one side of the step with your feet together....  Read More »

May 26, 2015

Around the World in 10 Weeks: Peru

Around the World in 10 Weeks: Peru

Tom Kapitulnik, Assistant Managing Editor

Before my 10 week trip, I was only able to imagine what most of the places I was visiting would look like....  Read More »

June 27, 2015

A Muse Original Story: ‘Devon and the Devil’ Chapter Three

Tiffany Abreu, Cover story editor

Despite her insistence otherwise, Devon had grown certain Guadalupe did not own a TV. It was the only way to explain her ignorance. They spent the rest of their brief break...  Read More »

June 27, 2015

Devon looks on hopefully as he agrees to join Guadalupe's investigation. Illustrated by Bradley Cash.

A Muse Original Story: ‘Devon and the Devil’ Chapter Two

June 18, 2015

Devon and Guadalupe's first meeting, illustrated by Digital Media Arts College freshman Bradley Cash.

A Muse Original Story: ‘Devon and the Devil’ Chapter One

June 9, 2015

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Becca and the Beast

Becca and the Beast

Uma Raja, Arts Editor

Theatre junior Rebecca Suskauer has led many shows in her acting career, but recently she has been given the opportunity to portray one of the world’s most memorable characters...  Read More »

June 30, 2015

Alumna dances her way to Juilliard

Alumna dances her way to Juilliard

Mary Rasura, Features Editor

Imagine if the number of students in your graduating class was equivalent to two dozen roses. That’s the case for dance alumna Hayley Mertens (‘15), who was one of 12...  Read More »

June 18, 2015

Dreyfoos says goodbye to Mr. Burns

Dreyfoos says goodbye to Mr. Burns

Alana Gomez, Sports Editor

For three years, the athletics department has been led by track and field coach, math teacher and athletic director Christopher Burns. As a teacher, Mr. Burns has aided many...  Read More »

June 4, 2015

Behind the Orange Uniform: Speaking to a Man on Death Row

Behind the Orange Uniform: Speaking to a Man on Death Row

Michelle Birch, Editor-in-Chief

It is rare to visit a death row maximum-security prison as a sophomore in high school, but I did. My dad is a criminal defense attorney; he defended a man named Norberto charged...  Read More »

July 6, 2015