The Curtis Log

  • April 28Schools closed for the duration of the 2019-2020 school year
  • March 18PSAL Sports, after school clubs, and performing arts shows postponed due to COVID-19
  • March 13Remember to Wash Your Hands!

NJROTC cadets go to mini boot camp

Chris Duran

February 2, 2020

This January, students in the JROTC program had the opportunity to travel to Parris Island, South Carolina for a mini Marine Corps boot camp experience. Upon their arrival at the historic military base, students were greeted by ...

High school is tough for trans youth

Atticus Tacopino

January 25, 2020

The term transgender (or trans) is used to define individuals who identify with a gender that doesn’t correspond with their gender assigned at birth. This concept has been existent for centuries, but mass attention regarding th...

Tik Tok goes viral

Giana Serrano and Sara Saleh

December 13, 2019

TikTok, previously known as, is the newest in a growing line of creative content-based social media platforms aimed at teens and young adults. Popping up on news sites around the world, the app is owned by ByteDance, ...

Gender fluidity in fashion

Gender fluidity in fashion

November 15, 2019

Pre Exam Rituals

Zoe Ploog

October 5, 2019

Testing has proven to be a stressful element of school life at Curtis all year round. From IB and AP exams, Regents, and finals in the spring, to midterms, SATs, and ACTs in the winter, not to mention assessments given by teachers e...

Review of IGOR by Tyler, the Creator

Nadia Chin

June 7, 2019

It’s been two years since Tyler, the Creator has released an album, and this month fans rose with excitement when the announcement of IGOR hit social media.  His last release, Flower Boy, influenced the now turning point in...

Curtis Closet

Nadia Chin

June 7, 2019

As prom season arrives for seniors, the journey to finding the perfect dress or suit and tie can become a challenge for students. Luckily, Curtis provides students with outfits and accessories through the Curtis Closet for FREE! Thi...

Taking Exams While Fasting

Marim Badran

June 7, 2019

Ramadan starts every year at the beginning of the ninth month of the Muslim calendar and this year it began at sunset on May 5. During Ramadan, the Muslim community fasts 16 hours a day for a month from sunrise to sunset. Being a...

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