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Meet DMAE’s Newest Principal

Meet DMAE’s Newest Principal

Sarah Yang, Co-Editor

November 26, 2019

Following what seems to be almost a tradition, with another new school year hails DMAE’s newest principal.  An educator for 16 years, Benjamin Suro is well versed in adapting to various educational environments, with DMAE being his latest one. He is passionate about the school and believes in  th...

DMAE’s Tip Top Brew Crew

DMAE’s Tip Top Brew Crew

Delia David

May 10, 2019

Every morning as the sun rises on the DMAE campus and students shuffle off their busses, teacher Theodora  Murphy and the Brew Crew are behind the scenes making a large urn of coffee to help out the staff and community. “It’s good making coffee and I like serving customers,” freshman T...

Meet a Future U.S. Marine

Sarah Yang, Managing Editor

March 19, 2019

DMAE has produced alumni in various career fields, such as the arts, sports, and medicine. But one standout alumnus in particular is DMAE’s class of 2015 Desiree Peterson, who is not only moving towards representing DMAE with honor, but also her country. Desiree was recently accepted into the Ma...

Close Up: The Art of the Arts

Sarah Yang, Section Editing Staff

June 7, 2018

DMAE’s mosaic of artists has showcased their talent from the many pieces of art printed in the school’s concert programs to the ones picked for the recent Art Show and Teen Arts festival. One artist in particular, sophomore Angelina Han, is working to have her art leave a mark outside of DMAE’s walls...

Focus on Addiction

Vera Kiriljuk, Section Editing Staff

April 10, 2018

Former drug addicts Chris and Dominic shared their struggles with opioid addiction at DMAE late last year, enthralling listeners with their stories of use and recovery. In February, a detective from the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office on Substance Use/Narcotics brought attention to the opioid ...

The Face of a Community/A Principal for Positive Change

The Face of a Community/A Principal for Positive Change

Ashley Lopez, Section Editor

October 24, 2017

Billy Bowie knows the great things that can come from looking at the world with an open mind and an open heart. One of those things is leadership. Although his positive attitude seems almost impossible given the DMAE scandal-riddled campus he came in to, Dr. Bowie works mindfully to encompass th...

Where Are They Now: Jerry Yu

Where Are They Now: Jerry Yu

Dylan Majsiak

March 19, 2015

The Academies @ Englewood has existed for nearly 13 years, nurturing some of the brightest youths in all of Bergen and Hudson County. But after those students toss those crimson caps into the sky on that sweltering day in June, where do these young minds go? The Maroon Tribune’s new column, Where ...

The Vice Principal, The Teacher, The Student

Anya Peters

February 6, 2014

What are the first words that come to your mind when you think of an administrator? Intimidating? Strict? Not so with new Vice Principal Laura Satterfield. She is friendly and cheerful. Ms. Satterfield’s office supports her attitude. The light, airy windows bring in a vibrant light and the colors ...

Close-Up on Parth Shah

Close-Up on Parth Shah

Jeen Park

January 15, 2014

When a student who is interested in the field of medicine has to decide where to do community service, the first choice would not logically be the fire department! But such is the case with senior Parth Shah, and in his case, it is logical. Parth wanted to do something that was both exciting and he...

Amna Ahmed: A Proposal to Give Back

Amna Ahmed: A Proposal to Give Back

Dylan Majsiak

December 29, 2013

Just for a second, close your eyes. Instead of the more privileged people you see around you, picture people in poverty. Their medical needs are denied. They hopelessly live each day to the next. It is not America, where health care is a right. It is Pakistan, where health care is only reserved for the rich...

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