The Splendiferous Hot Pot Works of Spring Shabu-Shabu

By: Leah Sycoff Though far, a well-valued tradition of my family is to go to Shabu-Shabu in Flushing, Queens. Sadly, the place we idolized and valued

New Restaurant Hatches in Huntington

By: Alexa Foodim It was 10:30 on a warm Saturday morning in June, and my friends and I decided to go to the newly opened Hatch

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The Drowsy Chaperone Entertains Audiences

By: Kayla Menkes There is certainly no surprise that the thespians of Half Hollow Hills High School East produced yet another incredible and passionate performance for

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Cheating is Never the Answer: The College Admissions Scandal

By: Alexa Foodim On March 12th, news broke of one of the biggest college admission schemes of all time. Around fifty wealthy and privileged Americans were

What to Expect (so far) in the 2020 Presidential Election

By: Carson Leifer Although more than a year and a half away, the 2020 Presidential Election is already generating a lot of attention. More than a