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Earth-friendly fashion companies

Katie Cresser, Copy Editor

April 2, 2014

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While eco-friendly practices have seeped into various aspects of our daily lives, not many are aware of various clothing and accessory companies founded on the concept of “going green.” These companies vary in style and cost,...

Is Massapequa water contaminated?

Jillian Hand, Editorial Assistant

April 2, 2014

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The Bethpage plume is threatening Massapequa’s water supply. Even more shocking is the apparent lack of awareness regarding the dangerous condition. Since October 2009, the groundwater contamination plume has been flowing from the...

Catch-a-Wave Q & A

Catch-a-Wave Q & A

March 17, 2014

How the Super Bowl has changed since it was less “super”

Jackie Angelo, Staff Writer

January 31, 2014

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The NFL has transformed an average Sunday in the middle of winter into one of the most anticipated sports matches of the year. Several aspects of the Super Bowl have changed since its debut in 1967. Initially, Super Bowl tic...

Madison Square Garden renovations completed

Tim Keuchler, Staff Writer

January 6, 2014

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New York City is one of the most well known, most visited and unique places on the planet for many reasons. It contains a huge, diverse population, is home to hundreds of beautiful architectural structures, and is the home of ...

Mr. Massapequa revived for this year

Adriana Laurendi, Journalism Student

January 6, 2014

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“Mr. Who?” or “Mr. What?” is the answer you would most likely get if you asked someone about Mr. Massapequa at MHS. So, what exactly is Mr. Massapequa all about? “Mr. Massapequa [is] a spoof of Miss America,” Class ...

Surfrider club no more

Danielle Kertyzak, Journalism Student

January 6, 2014

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The only environmental club at MHS is gone; the Surfrider Foundation no longer calls MHS its home. The Central Long Island Chapter of Surfrider would not allow the club to use the name “Surfrider” unless members paid dues. ...

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