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Marching Band Atlanta Tour and Six Flags Performance

Marching Band Atlanta Tour and Six Flags Performance

Alyson Sirotinsky

June 25, 2014

Sometimes, a few days can change how a person sees his or her future. A trip to Atlanta, GA, for DMAE students in April, was quite a thrill. An educational atmosphere, lively streets, and most importantly, music, was what motivated students to pursue their futures through music. April 8-13, 2014,...

Green Dots to the Rescue

Elizabeth Lopata

June 25, 2014

If you had the chance to prevent suicides would you seize the opportunity? In the US alone, there are approximately 4,400 suicides every year due to bullying. However, those numbers can deteriorate if more people interfered. The Green Dot club trains students to intervene in potentially violent situations....

Web Design Club

Web Design Club

Jiwoo Yoo

June 25, 2014

Students and staff alike are constantly looking for new ways to improve the campus experience for their fellow peers at DMAE. The Practical Web Design Club is one such group who strives to make these improvements to the school. Recently, the club has been working on something new and exciting according...

DMAE Golf

Matthew Roszkowski

June 25, 2014

Modern golf was developed in Scotland during the middle ages. However the game did not receive popular attention until the 19th century. At DMAE golf is vey popular with students. This year golf team members improved. They had four wins, which is a better record than last year, and they were happy...

FDR Inspiration

Justin Jeong

June 25, 2014

On May 8, 2014, history teacher Stephen Hanson and his troop of approximately 110 sophomore students made the annual trip to the FDR Presidential Library, in Hyde Park, NY, with hopes of a hands-on experience that would teach them of the life and times of President Roosevelt. It was a daytrip that lasted...

Students See Prison Life Up Close at the Bergen County Jail

Raisa Choudhury

June 25, 2014

The Law and Public Safety Academy at DMAE took the learning out of the classroom on Tuesday, May 13, 2014, on a field trip to the Bergen County Jail in Hackensack, NJ. Program Manager Roselyn Powell set up the educational field trip for students in this academy to experience what life is like for both...

Transcendental…. What?

Transcendental…. What?

Cristopher Rojas

June 25, 2014

This year was freshman English teacher Alison Fordice’s eighth annual Non-Conformity Day for members of the DMAE freshman class and students once again stepped out of their comfort zones for the event. On this day the people of DMAE witnessed things such as boys wearing eyeliner, students “sagging”...

Softball Slump

Softball Slump

Cristopher Rojas

June 25, 2014

The DMAE girls’ softball team has not been well known as a feared team since the past decade. This year once again was a rather disappointing season as the Lady Raiders finished the season without a win. Fortunately, this means that things can only go uphill from here. The Lady Raiders are depending...

Induction Ceremony

Induction Ceremony

Matthew Roszkowski

June 25, 2014

The Induction Ceremony has taken place every May at the [email protected] for over a decade and over 1,000 students have been accepted into the [email protected] program. The 2014 ceremony for the class of 2018, held May 14, 2014, began with piano music and singing performances by the DMAE Chorus, and ended with...

Senior Reflection: Goodbye [email protected]! And Words of, Well, Advice

Tenzin Sangmo

June 25, 2014

“Don’t Procrastinate.” That was the advice most upperclassmen gave. Yet, we went ahead binge-watching on Netflix and cramming all our work on Sunday night. Frankly, my friends even as freshmen pulled all nighters, which is funny because it is nothing compared to the following years. As freshmen, we eit...

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