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Google’s New Lineup

Google’s New Lineup

Josh Joseph, Lifestyle Writer

October 14, 2015

This summer, Google announced the latest version of its Android operating system. Dubbed Android Marshmallow, version 6.0 of Android features improvements under the hood, new tools for developers and several new features. Among other things, Marshmallow introduces Now On Tap, which allows Google's software...

What Does It Mean To Be Healthy?

Danielle Silverman, Opinion Writer

October 14, 2015

To be healthy is much more than just a number on a scale or a tag. Health is complicated, complex and different for everyone. Many different aspects of life can affect someone’s well-being, which cannot just be simply defined by certain areas. Many people define health by how they look rather than ho...

Coming Soon to a Wrist Near You

Coming Soon to a Wrist Near You

Josh Joseph, Lifestyle Writer

October 5, 2015

In the last decade, the smartphone has changed the way we interact with our world. Many companies are searching for the next breakthrough in technology. Major companies like Google, Apple and Samsung have invested heavily in what they believe is the next big thing: wearable technology. With smartwatches,...

The Tiny Particles That Will Change the World

The Tiny Particles That Will Change the World

Danielle Wechsler

September 29, 2015

Nanotechnology will be the reason why our clothes never get stained, our skin stops aging and medicine gets easily delivered to cancer patients. Nanotechnology can improve the quality of almost anything, and it seems like it will play a huge role in every aspect of our upcoming future. By definit...

What’s Next From Apple

What's Next From Apple

Josh Joseph, Lifestyle Writer

September 28, 2015

On September 9th, Apple CEO Tim Cook took the stage of the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium to present Apple's newest innovations. Apple has a yearly habit of introducing the latest iPhones at their September events, but this year, they had far more devices to show. Cook kicked the presentation off with...

Do’s and Don’ts for Freshman Year

Do’s and Don’ts for Freshman Year

Marisa Sanquini and Thao Williams

September 20, 2015

DON’T get stressed out by high school. It may seem terrifying and overwhelming, but it really is just a giant version of middle school (with a little more freedom). DO stay organized. Utilize your agenda book or buy a planner. Manage your time wisely. Keep your assignments organize...

Get Stuff Done with These Great Back-to-School Productivity Apps

Get Stuff Done with These Great Back-to-School Productivity Apps

Josh Joseph, Lifestyle Writer

September 16, 2015

Over the past decade, technology has evolved in ways never imagined before. Computers that used to fill our desks now sit in our pockets. The creation of the smartphone has disrupted nearly every aspect of our lives—especially how we manage our time. In school, writing down assignments and projects...

New York’s Top Free Summer Concerts

New York's Top Free Summer Concerts

Taylor Fox, Junior Editor

June 24, 2015

Here’s your personal guide to the top free summer concerts in New York, in addition to the leading outdoor movie screenings around the city. Central Park Summerstage, the City Parks Foundation-backed annual concert series, is a serious hotspot for New York festival-goers and music junkies. The festival, ...

Prom Perfect

Natalie Migliore, Business Manager

June 23, 2015

  Promenade, or prom as we tend to know it as, is the event that celebrates the end of high school and the beginning of one’s adult life. Although you may have been planning how the night will play out since your freshman year, here are the three A’s to remember while preparing for this special...

Study Tips for Final Exams

Marisa Sanquini, Photography Editor

June 4, 2015

Read up on useful study tips for passing upcoming finals.

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