The Curtis Log

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Health Center

Emma Delgado and Alexa Vale, Staff Writer

April 4, 2014

                                                            Do you know who the Student Health Ambassadors are? They are a group of students who promote healthy eating and healthy living, along wit...

Students’ start up company creates a buzz

Ahmad Abdo, staff writer

April 4, 2014

In their latest endeavor, Diana Nguyen and Julia Luppino have started a new business. Their business, The Little Jewelry Shoppe, produces hand-made jewelry.  Their motivation for starting the business was to save up for col...

Popular smartphone games take over

Cedeem Gumbs, Copy Editor

April 4, 2014

It is impossible to resist when you’re out, your smart phone is in your hand, and all you can think of nothing else but beating your high score in Flappy Bird, Temple Run, or even Subway Surfers. Lets face it, whether it be mobile games, P...

From frigid to balmy

Caroline Gottlieb, Editor in Chief

April 4, 2014

You walk into your classroom, and it is so hot that you could have walked in with a T-shirt and shorts and would still have been sweating. It is uncomfortable, distracting, and the entire class, including the teacher is complaining...

Rosalbo wins the girls’ Jacques Award and joins the 1,000 points club

Abigail Castillo, Staff Writer

April 4, 2014

Geena Rosalbo, a senior on the girls varsity basketball team, has just been inducted as the 11th player of the Warriors team into the 1000 points club for scoring over 1000 points in her high school basketball career. On February...

Malik Grant wins second city title

Michael Jn-Marie, Staff Writer

April 4, 2014

Start off good and finish strong, that seems to be the motto for Junior Malik Grant, a member of the Curtis Warriors wrestling team. As one of the standout wrestlers in New York, he continued his spectacular season en route to...

Girls gymnastics finish strong

Alyssa Orcuilo, Staff Writer

April 4, 2014

        Considering they have only been competing for two years, the girls’ gymnastics team had a very successful season, besting every team on the Island except Tottenville, who won the city championship.  On January 5...

Fundraising bake sales banned

Omar Gabr and Amer Mahfouz, Staff Writer

April 2, 2014

WHAT HAPPENED TO ALL OF THE SNACKS? Cookies? Bagels? Brownies? Who stole all of our cake and pizza? In the beginning of the school year and in past years, there were  many bake sales.  The large alcove in front of the auditorium...

Foreign exchange students visit Holland

Ashvini Coomarasingham, Staff Writer

April 2, 2014

The foreign exchange trip to Holland gave all of the fifteen students who participated an opportunity to see Dutch culture first-hand as they traveled around the province.  Ms. Isasi-Endress with Mr. Gonzalez ran the exchange...

Mock trial warriors take on competition

Tolu Kolade, Staff Writer

April 2, 2014

  Some last minute mock trial practices, a few looks over the script, a couple of deep breaths, and then they were off! On February 27th, the Curtis Mock Trial team set out, like many other high schools in the New York...

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