Category Archives: News

Citywide Student Walkout Against Donald Trump

By: Maya Rader Election or not, Trump opposition is still going strong. Students across the city walked out of their classrooms to protest Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election on Tuesday, November 15. The walkout began at around 10:00 … Continue reading

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The School Segregation That Exists All Around Us

By: Alex Rosado In New York, the quality of education students receive is dependent on their zip code. According to the New York Times, “From elementary through high school, New York City children tend to go to school with others … Continue reading

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Sexism in Clinton’s P.E. Classes

By: Alex Rosado Throughout history, men and women have been separated in the world of sports. Oftentimes, women were not allowed to play, and when they were, they were only allowed to play with other women because of differences in … Continue reading

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Do You Know What You’ll Do This Summer?

Fresh new leaves are budding on the trees, and winter coats are once again being buried in the backs of closets. Spring is rolling around, to be followed by summer. Students are currently starting to figure out what they are … Continue reading

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My Home Across The Atlantic: Living In Amsterdam

For most of my life, my home has been New York City. When I was younger, moving across an ocean was as rare of an idea to me as learning a completely new language. But as I got older, my … Continue reading

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As You Like It: Clinton Middle’s Annual Play

  On March 10th and 11th, the normally bare gymnatorium was decked in cardboard trees and the stage floor was littered in multi-colored tissue paper. These decorations set the scene for Clinton’s annual lower grades Shakespeare play, As You Like … Continue reading

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English State Exams: Spotlight on Sofia Frugiuele (6th Grade) and Ms. Langbein (6th Grade English Teacher)!

Sofia Frugiuele Q: What do you think about the state test? A: It is a test, which is annoying. It’s not really even about us, it is mostly about the city seeing how well the teachers are doing. All tests … Continue reading

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