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DMAE Brings Back Its Science Fair

DMAE Brings Back Its Science Fair

Julianne Jeon

June 2, 2015

On March 5, 2015, students in the Common Area found themselves surrounded by a sea of tri-folds accompanied by excited DMAE freshmen and sophomores who were enthusiastically talking in scientific jargon. With terms such as Lithobates catesbeianus and Dionea muscipula thrown in the air, it’s no wonder tha...

Students and Teachers Break Out In Dance

Students and Teachers Break Out In Dance

Leticia Murillo

June 2, 2015

Students are no different than teachers. They feel the pressure of performing no differently at 15 than 50. All were frantically running around throughout the auditorium with minutes left until show time. Jumping bodies, shaking legs, and wiggling fingers were common signs of nervousness among both group...

Prep for PEP

Justin Sun

June 2, 2015

The DMAE Teen Prevention Education Program (PEP) is a course that aims to combat the ignorance that often accompanies sexual health. Taught by juniors and seniors, freshmen are educated on how to prevent teen pregnancy and reduce the risk of sexually transmitted diseases. This is the third year the prog...

A New Conversation for DMAE

Asim Qureshi

April 28, 2015

DMAE has three brave new leaders willing to stand up and change the way people think. They are the creators of a new club called Racial Education Advocacy Leaders (R.E.A.L). Its goal: to educate the populous of the school about racism in all of its forms through open discussions held after school. “R....

Is the PARCC Here to Park?

Is the PARCC Here to Park?

Julianne Jeon and Justin Jeong

March 24, 2015

Utter the word “PARCC” to any DMAE student and you may get a series of groans and dirty looks. With testing dates changed and re-changed in different weeks in March, the frustrations of teachers and students alike were mounting high. During the preparations, administrators, teachers, and students...

Journalism is Hard Work: 20th Diversity in Journalism Workshop Accepts 1 from DMAE

Journalism is Hard Work: 20th Diversity in Journalism Workshop Accepts 1 from DMAE

Justin Jeong

March 19, 2015

High school students from all over the country applied to be a part of The Bergen Record’s Diversity in Journalism Workshop at Syracuse University, but only a handful were chosen. Among those select few, most of whom were seniors, was junior Julianne Jeon, the co-managing editor of DMAE’s Maroon...

DMAE Blood Drive: Push for 100 Units despite Setbacks

DMAE Blood Drive:  Push for 100 Units despite Setbacks

Dercem Kaya and Abigail Light

March 19, 2015

Students who travel to parts of Mexico, Colombia or Dominican Republic cannot donate blood due to possible exposure to malaria. At DMAE, this was just one of the spectrum of issues that prevented students from participating in the Fall Blood Drive held Friday, Oct. 24, 2014. Parent teacher conferences...

Lady Raiders’ Sabrina Defreese: 1000 Point Stardom

Lady Raiders' Sabrina Defreese: 1000 Point Stardom

Cristian Milevski

March 3, 2015

Sabrina Defreese, a junior at Dwight Morrow High School, is a women’s basketball star. The Maroon Raiders have one of the best offensive guards in northern New Jersey. Her cool calm and collected look is one that deceives. All she does is let her playing do the talking. She is a very consistent player...

A Tweet to I.S. Students

A Tweet to I.S. Students

Dylan Majsiak

February 5, 2015

During second period on December 22, 2014, Jose Masquez, a Dwight Morrow alumnus, captivated Information System (I.S.) students of DMAE with tips on entering careers in the technology field. In the school auditorium, Mr. Masquez advised I.S. students of the numerous job opportunities available in...

The Young Men’s Leadership Council

The Young Men’s Leadership Council

Dercem Kaya

February 5, 2015

The Young Men’s Leadership Council has become an established group for the first time this school year on the DMAE campus. Although the group has just begun its major projects, their presence in the student body has been evident for demonstrating appropriate behavior and positive values. Twenty young...

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