Grass vs. Turf

Chloe Lucci ‘19: The beginning of soccer season began mid-March and the Romeo Soccer teams are fortunate enough to have the opportunity to play on the new turf at Barnabo as a home field. In previous years, the...

Final Thoughts on the SAT

Isabella Capanda ‘19: The few weeks that follow spring break harbor a sense of doom to many students. During this troubling time, Juniors engage in a challenge powerful enough to establish their futures: the SA...

The Battle of Politics

Kenneth Borycz ‘18: Democrats and Republicans, Liberals and Conservatives, what's the difference? The two are known to have distinctly different ideas and opinions, but why should that matter? Sadly, to most pe...

Step Out Of The Bubble

Aleigha Warren ‘18: I’ve never took a step in someone else’s shoes. I haven’t walked their path, fought their battles or bled their pain. I can’t seep into their clandestine darkness, or feel the warmth of thei...

Do You Feel Safe At School?

Aleigha Warren ‘18: Violence spreads like wildfire. A small match that ignites into the darkness, but becoming a nightmare beneath the sun. The things that once belonged in the gloom began slowly burning their ...

To The Victims

Isabella Capanda ‘19: To the victims, survivors, and community of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, There are no words to describe what you have been through. The events that occurred on that fateful...

NYU College Student Bias

Isabella Capanda ‘19: In today’s America, people find themselves to be more divided than ever when it comes to the discussion of politics. Many people base their opinions on the thoughts of their peers or on pa...

Fortnite: An “Epidemic”

Ryan Nawrocki ‘18: Some call it an epidemic… Some call it the best thing to happen to video games… All for you to judge. Fortnite, the new battle royale game taking over the world on all platforms,...