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MSA takes the field

By: Ahmed Zakria, Contributor

June 11

Filed under Lifestyle

Curtis’s Muslim Students’ Association (MSA)’s mission statement is to show the true beauty of Islam by spreading positive awareness and eliminating any misconceptions. This statement was carried out through many forms, one...

Volunteer opportunities

By:Michael Jn-Marie, Web Editor

June 11

Filed under Lifestyle

  Community Health Action of Staten Island The Community Health Action of Staten Island, formerly Staten Island AIDS Task Force, offers support for those who test HIV-positive or have been diagnosed with AIDS. It als...

Competition gets robotic

By: Ahmad Abdo, Staff writer

June 11

Filed under Lifestyle

The Curtis Cyber Warriors are adept at remaining optimistic in the face of doom and gloom. In Long Island, New York, the team competed against local robotics teams. Unfortunately, they did not end up doing as well as they hoped. “We...

What they call themselves

By: Kelly Murray, contributor

June 11

Filed under Lifestyle

Student, Winnie Qui said, “I’d rather they get my ‘fake name’ correct than my real name wrong.” It’s common to meet someone from another country that has either changed their names legally or are addressed by a nickname....

Law banning underage tattoos and piercings largely ignored

By: Cedeem Gumbs, copy Editor

June 11

Filed under Lifestyle

Despite the fact that getting a tattoo is an extremely painful process, people get them all over their bodies, whether it be their face, torso, or in some extreme cases, eyeballs. Since the popularity of tattoos has risen in...

Twitter #yesallwomen goes viral

By: Carmen Quang, Back page editor

June 11

Filed under Lifestyle

  Twitter exploded this weekend when #YesAllWomen  went viral after a stabbing and a related drive-by shooting that killed six UCSB students and injured  thirteen. Soon after, the 22-year old former student and would-be...

MoSL cuts into Regents prep time

By: Caroline Gottlieb, editor in Chief

June 11

Filed under Op-Ed

When most people recall their education, it is usually filled with memories from middle school and grammar school - lifelong friends, memorable teachers, fun projects and perhaps a first crush. However, when I think of my high...

GSA influenced by King

By: Savannah Ratnayake, Staff writer

June 11

Filed under Op-Ed

The Day of Silence is a day of passive protest against bullying and harassment. On April 11th, supporters took a vow of silence to symbolically represent the silencing of the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer)...

Boys lacrosse avenge championship loss

By: Ryan Rautenstrauch, Contributor

June 11

Filed under Sports

It was a rainy Tuesday afternoon at Aviator Field when the Warriors prepared to face Frederick Douglass Academy for the championship. The Warriors came ready to play but FDA came as well. The scoring went back and forth until...

Girls wrestling wins city championship

By: Candice Ayer, Staff writer

June 11

Filed under Sports

For the second year in a row the girls wrestling team are city champs.  In a home game the girls took on Carnasei High School.  The Curtis girls brought their A game and defeated them soundly 38-20 in the Curtis gym.  Captain...

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