The Chief

The man who gave the world a nudge

Alexander Carmenaty, Business Manager

October 8, 2018

Charles Krauthammer, who passed away on June 21 at the age of 68, was one of the most courageous, articulate, and influential voices of our time. Winner of the 1987 Pulitzer Prize for commentary, he was best known as a comment...

Mayor Jeff Pravato, Candidate for New York Senate

Alexander Carmenaty, Business Manager

October 8, 2018

Jeffrey Pravato, the mayor of Massapequa Park, is running for the New York State Senate. Mayor Pravato will face incumbent Senator John Brooks. The mayor is running on the Republican, Conservative, Independence and Reform party l...

The highlights of gaming’s biggest convention

Billy Boye, Online Manager

October 8, 2018

Video games are a media that has been steadily rising over the past four decades. Starting all the way back in the days of Magnavox Odyssey and Atari, we now have advanced consoles such as the Playstation 4 and the Nintendo Switch. ...

Preview: Andrew Roberts’ Churchill: Walking with Destiny

Alex Carmenaty, Staff Writer

June 23, 2018

Winston Churchill, former Prime Minister of Britain, has been the subject of many books, the first one being published in 1905. This November, English historian Andrew Roberts will publish Churchill: Walking With Destiny a novel fo...

Review: Avengers: Infinity War soars to infinite success

Billy Boye, Copy Editor

June 23, 2018

When Marvel Studios released Iron Man (2008) to the world, it was the beginning of an entire cinematic universe that would span ten years of stories about classic superheroes. These heroes include, but are not limited to Captain...

No new pool for the Massapequa swim team

Laura Francavilla, Managing Editor

June 23, 2018

After months of debate and support from many people in Massapequa, the budget vote took place on May 15. The much anticipated aquatic center at Berner Middle School was in the mix and was voted down by the community.  ...

Signs, silence, and suspension: the MHS walk-out situation

Laura Francavilla and Peter Toutoulis

March 29, 2018

Usually known as Pi Day, this year March 14 held another purpose to high school students nationwide. It marked the one month commemoration of the shootings that took place at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Inspired...

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