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Building Bridges in Truly Bilingual

Building Bridges in Truly Bilingual

Julianne Jeon

February 5, 2015

At first sight, this classroom of students looks like an atypical exhibit. On one side of the room, a group of students has notecards with English words taped to their foreheads while, on the other side of the room, another group of students is exuberantly shouting out clues for the words in Spanish....

#kindofcaught Being Kind: Red Cross Club Campaign

#kindofcaught Being Kind: Red Cross Club Campaign

Yuliya Lukava

February 5, 2015

The members of the DMAE chapter of American Red Cross of North Jersey started a “Kindness Campaign” in December of 2014 to spread kindness all over the world. “We really think it can be our big thing,” club President Dylan Majsiak said. The point of the campaign is to highlight random acts...

Subculture Day: Party Life Wins

Subculture Day: Party Life Wins

Anik Subramanian

February 5, 2015

The DMAE South cafeteria was decked out in many colors and foods during second period on  December 17, 2014, as teacher Brian Hall’s 12th grade Sociology students presented subcultures that they researched within society.  Mouth watering foods including pierogi, spring rolls, and Caesar salad were...

Fun, Fitness, Fiesta

Fun, Fitness, Fiesta

Julia Tache

February 5, 2015

The DMAE Salsa Club is one hour of engaging, energy-packed activity. Anyone walking by Ms. Nieto’s room at the end of the day on Thursdays will hear the bright tones of Hispanic trumpets and the rhythmic heartbeat of drums. Inside you will find a small group of  students stepping in time with the...

Punch Quest

Punch Quest

Shojahon Shatursun

February 5, 2015

A game about going on a quest to punch... EVERYTHING. A game so simple it could only be given one name: PUNCH QUEST! Punch Quest is as simple as it gets the goal is to punch everything from torches to flying skulls. The game is designed to resemble arcade side-scrollers, but set at a much faster pace....

World AIDS Day: Teens Need to Take Precautions

World AIDS Day: Teens Need to Take Precautions

Abigail Light

February 5, 2015

The current generation of adolescents is the highest at risk group for HIV/AIDS. This is why Englewood’s Health Department brought awareness to the topic on Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014, in the library in honor of World AIDS Day. This presentation was organized by Jhendi Johnny, a Youth Development Specialist...

Phases

Phases

Shojahon Shatursun

January 12, 2015

The goal is simple; a ball of light just has to be kept from the darkness, but unfortunately the journey isn’t as simple. Phases is a puzzle-packed game with a touch of physics that will test your patience and your sanity. With over 40 levels of intense design, Phases truly tests whether or not your ...

Lady Raiders Rewarded

Lady Raiders Rewarded

Cristian Milevski

November 24, 2014

All senior athletes dream to conclude their high school careers knowing they gave their all in order to pull together a successful season. However, no matter how rigorous the efforts or how extensive the trainings, compiling a fruitful season does not always work out. With all their struggles and...

Orange is the New Black – and Black Is In

Orange is the New Black – and Black Is In

Emiko Hernandez

November 24, 2014

Orange is the New Black or OITNB is a hardcore comedy drama that shook the television world by storm over the last two year. This is Netflix’s fifth original television show created and written by Jenji Kohan and premiered its first season on July 11, 2013, and the second premiered July 10, 2014. The...

Juan Carlos: The Zone Intern

Juan Carlos: The Zone Intern

Dercem Kaya

November 24, 2014

On Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2014, Dominican Rutgers graduate Juan Carlos shared his life story with DMAE students in the North Library. Carlos has been interning for the ZONE since September and shared his story as a part of the ZONE’s Week of Respect on campus. “I can help them with any problems they...

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