Reality sets in for seniors as college decisions roll in

Greer Gerney

May 21, 2019

Filed under Lifestyle, News

Spring is an intense time for high school students across the country when finals and summer excitement compete for attention, the days get longer, and the end of the year looms closer. For the graduating class of 2019, the int...

Curtis Log fights for press rights

Elizabeth Reich

May 21, 2019

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On April 30th the Curtis Log staff boarded a coach bus and drove up to Albany  to advocate for the Student Journalist Free Speech Act to be passed into state legislature. The trip was a group effort between different schools al...

The reality of Wednesday schedule

Jocelin Guzman

May 21, 2019

Filed under Lifestyle, News

As we all know, Wednesdays are the day students prosper. While students have a later start, teachers are deep in meetings and professional development. Students  get a few spare minutes to sleep, maybe eat some breakfast and...

Curtis Players present Chicago the Musical

Musayeroh Bah

May 21, 2019

Filed under Entertainment, Lifestyle, News

Curtis’ new musical, Chicago opened on Friday, April 12th.  The cast performed three shows as well as several previews the week before. Chicago is a 1920’s themed satire on the corruption of criminal justice cases and t...

In Memoriam: Bea Mallen

Greer Gerney

May 21, 2019

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On April 1st, the Curtis community was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Mrs. Bea Mallen, a school aide in the College Office and dear member of our school’s faculty. In order to bring to light a fuller picture of he...

JV basketball wins PSAL championship

LeiAnn David

May 21, 2019

Filed under News, Sports, Trending Now

The Curtis boys JV basketball team won the city championship on March 27, 2019. This was an incredible win and was well-deserved. The team put in hours of hard work to reach this win. Coached by Troy McGhie, they were able to ...

17′ bridge is finally here

Cheyanne Richardson

April 18, 2019

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The day we have all been waiting for since the year 2017: the bridge connecting the two buildings has finally opened, making traveling between both buildings less stressful. Before the bridge opened on March 6th, students had ...

Technology is changing the way we take notes

Musayero Bah

April 18, 2019

Filed under News

In today’s world, students often pass their free time on their phones. They frequently check their social media, text messages, and feeds for any new activity. Technology has changed so much in just a few decades. In class, som...

Black History Month

Ashante Miller

April 17, 2019

Filed under News

The month of February is most known for romance and love but it also includes African American pride and awareness. As an annual Curtis tradition, the Black History Month assembly was celebrated in the auditorium. It featured d...

Recruiting methods by Marines questionable

Elizabeth Reich

April 17, 2019

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With the smashing success of the USMC High School Fitness and Leadership Tour on February came controversy. Although the event was a simple workout with lessons on leadership sprinkled in, the way of signing up for the event rai...

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