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‘Brexit,’ Britain’s possible exit from the European Union

Dave Marques, Copy Editor

June 14, 2016

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On June 23, the United Kingdom will hold a referendum to determine whether or not it will remain a member of the European Union. The highly contentious vote has been dubbed by international media as “Brexit” (Britain’s exit...

If not Trump, then who? – assessing the libertarian opinion

Justin McGowan, Staff Writer

June 14, 2016

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With Donald Trump now reaching the amount of delegates needed to clinch the GOP nomination, the question being raised is whether or not the establishment will back him. Paul Ryan recently endorsed Trump after a lenghtly period o...

Chaos and controversy: the presidential primaries

Liam Higgins, Copy Editor

June 14, 2016

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The news of the past several months has been dominated by the upcoming presidential election, which has become mainly focused on the primaries, the process by which each party chooses its candidate to represent the party in the ...

Board of Education votes, Berner to include sixth graders in 2017

Samantha Blasco, Staff Writer

April 15, 2016

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The word is out— the final decision has been made on the wild debate of the sixth graders transferring to Berner Middle School. On February 9, members of the Board of Education approved the reconfiguration of our district. ...

Foreign language festival: a night of culture, travel, and food

Kaitlyn Lucey, Editor-in-Chief

April 15, 2016

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Students with the desire to travel around the world did not have to look far to do it, as Massapequa High School’s Foreign Language Festival gave them the opportunity to do so. On March 16, 2016, Massapequa’s L.O.T.E departmen...

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