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11 Seconds of Fame

11 Seconds of Fame

Courtnie Beckford, Section Reporter

February 15, 2018


Filed under Arts, News, Showcase

On December 16, 2017, DMAE’s Marching Band, The Pulse of Englewood, performed for the largest crowd ever: basketball fans who attended the Louisville vs. Memphis basketball game at Madison Square Garden. This performance was live on  ESPN. It was an awe-inspiring moment for band members to play for su...

ZONE Dog Therapy

ZONE Dog Therapy

Evan Lopez, Section Reporter

February 15, 2018


Filed under News, Student Life

What would you do if you walked into a classroom and were greeted by a pair of dogs? This was the surprise students discovered on November 16, 2017, when the ZONE hosted its annual dog therapy event, helping students blow off steam. “I was very happy because I️ was able to spend time with tho...

[email protected] Celebrates 15 Years

Godsy Philip, Section Reporter

February 15, 2018


Filed under News

On November 25th, 2018, hundreds of graduates and many current and former faculty members from the Dwight Morrow High School/[email protected] gathered in the Martin Luther King Jr. Hall to celebrate the school’s 15th anniversary and the accomplishments of the graduates. Teachers reunited with their fo...

Finalists Set for Englewood Idol

Finalists Set for Englewood Idol

Lysa Legros, Assistant Section Editor

December 19, 2017


Filed under Arts, News, Showcase

  Nervous students, talented volunteers and tired teachers met up in the Dizzy Gillespie auditorium at Dwight Morrow High School on October 10, 2017, for auditions for the 15th annual Englewood Idol competition. Englewood Idol is the campus event that proves how DMAE stands for unity, because ...

Model UN Team Scores 2 Medals at UConn

Model UN Team Scores 2 Medals at UConn

Janae Wilson, Section Reporter

December 19, 2017


Filed under Clubs & Electives, News

More than 20 DMAE students discussed the problems of the world at the first Model United Nations convention of the school year held at the University of Connecticut. For three days, Nov. 3-5,  2017, DMAE Model UN members negotiated and debated with students from high schools across the east. “...

Pep Rally Pumps Up School Pride

Pep Rally Pumps Up School Pride

Sid Somashekar, Section Editor

November 17, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

School spirit and pride were everywhere on October 13, 2017, during eighth period as the DMAE Pep Rally took place on the back field of the school next to the gym. Students cheered loudly for Raider teams and a large group of students danced and swayed to the drumline performance. Principal Billy Bo...

9/11 Teach-In

9/11 Teach-In

Leticia Wood, Editor-in-Chief

October 25, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

On September 11, 2017, in commemoration of the 16th anniversary of the World Trade Tower tragedy, DMAE replaced its annual 9/11 assembly with a campus-wide Teach-In. “I thought it was important for everybody on campus to consider 9/11 and find a shared time where we could all be feeling the ...

Freshman FX: Lessons in Unbreakable Bonds

Freshman FX: Lessons in Unbreakable Bonds

Kaya Karibi-Whyte, Section Editor

October 24, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

On September 15, 2017, DMAE’s freshman class went to Alpine, NJ, for the second annual Freshman Experience trip. Coordinated by history teacher Judy Aronson and facilitated by a group of student and teacher volunteers, the event gave all DMAE freshmen a day to get to know each other. Led by two to ...

College Kick-Off for All Students

College Kick-Off for All Students

Kristin Kweon, Managing Editor

October 24, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

DMAE held its first College Kick Off event across campus on the week of September 25, 2017. From Monday through Friday, students of all grades were invited to participate in information sessions and conversations with admissions officers, bringing a spotlight to the college endeavor of the 2017-...

Silencing Domestic Violence: Speakers Raise Awareness and Tell How to Stop the Violence

Silencing Domestic Violence: Speakers Raise Awareness and Tell How to Stop the Violence

Seleena Jacob, Assistant Section Editor

October 24, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

  In Bergen County alone, there have been 25 homicides related to domestic violence. Two of them occurred in Englewood, and both of the victims were graduates of Dwight Morrow High School, according to a speaker during the “Alternatives to Domestic Violence” seminar. The serious-faced speake...

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