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Text to order your bagel

Joe Tasch, Journalism Student

December 22, 2012

Filed under Features, Student Life, Uncategorized

The Bagel Café in Southgate created a Text Your Order policy at the beginning of the school year which makes ordering easier and more organized for everyone involved. The Text Your Order policy has proven to be a positive change for every...

“A Night Like No Other” – voices from the storm

Brian Sayrafe, SCALE Composition Student

December 14, 2012

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“This is going to be a bad one; I can feel it in my aches.” My dad grunted as he was cutting up the carpet in the basement to prepare for Superstorm Sandy. “Come on you’re not that old yet.” I replied while carrying up furnit...

“Hurricane Sandy” – voices from the storm

Jessica Simonelli, SCALE Composition Student

November 14, 2012

Filed under Student Life, Uncategorized

Displace, it’s a simple word; just two syllables. Encarta defines displace as to move something from a usual place or force somebody to leave home. On October 29, 2012, Hurricane Sandy ravaged the eastern coast. My home, my ...

“Sandy Hits Ocean Avenue” – voices from the storm

Alana Durkin, SCALE Composition Student

November 14, 2012

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It was Monday evening around six o’clock. We already lost power earlier in the day. My parents, my sister, my boyfriend, and I sat around the dark, polished wooden table with a row of candles lighting up the room as we play...

“Sandy’s Aftermath” – voices from the storm

George Malafis, SCALE Composition Student

November 14, 2012

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Hurricane Sandy was the biggest hurricane to ever hit Long Island, and my family, friends and I were witnesses of its destruction. Most of Long Island was evacuated; however, most did not want to abandon their homes for fear of...

“Togetherness” – voices from the storm

Stephanie LaTorre, SCALE Composition Student

November 14, 2012

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Hurricane Sandy took a hard hit on the tri-state area, especially on Long Island. Getting the evacuation call made me wonder what the outcome would be. At that point, I was hoping for the best, and began to pack my things. ...

“Surviving the Storm” – voices from the storm

Ryan Watson, SCALE Composition Student

November 14, 2012

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When Hurricane Sandy hit our town, it left a path of destruction, leaving families without power, heat, and in extreme cases, their homes. The day before the storm, my family and I packed up our belongings and brought them out...

“The Disaster of a Lifetime” – voices from the storm

Anthony Modafferi, SCALE Composition Student

November 14, 2012

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“Never have I seen anything like it before in my entire life,” I yelled. Hurricane Sandy was by far the worst natural disaster to ever hit the city of New York. The amount of damage caused by this horrific storm was insane....

“The Aftermath” – voices from the storm

Kristen Costa, SCALE Composition Student

November 14, 2012

Filed under Features, Student Life

The gusting winds were surrounding my aunt’s house as my whole family stood inside, unsure of what was going to come later that night. The anticipated evening slowly crept upon us, and our fear of the storm built up. We made ...

X-Sport crushes the competition

Conor McMillin, Journalism Student

October 23, 2012

Filed under Student Life

Shop and workout ‘till you drop! A new gym, X-Sport Fitness, opened up inside the Westfield Sunrise Mall on June 13, 2012. It has already attracted over 5,000 members, a very impressive number. X-Sport offers the newest equip...

Pied at pep rally!

Pied at pep rally!

October 15, 2012

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