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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...

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...

A Record Number Will Sing

Justin Jeong

November 24, 2014

From events like Englewood Idol performed at bergenPAC to the school musicals and concerts, music is a consistent presence on the DMAE campus. Students pride themselves in their musical prowess and, on Oct. 16, 2014, were given a chance to yet again exhibit their talents through auditions for the Berge...

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...

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...

DMAE Marching Band Booms at Blowout

DMAE Marching Band Booms at Blowout

Melody Magly

November 19, 2014

It was 7:30 on Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014. The excitement in the room was riveting. Horns and drum sticks were pointed up in the air and the cheeks of students from all four Bergen County bands puffed as they brought musical notes to life. In the BergenPAC auditorium sat the marching bands of New Milford,...

Pink Out Brings Out Compassion

Pink Out Brings Out Compassion

Raisa Choudhury

November 19, 2014

There was a sea of pink on October 24, 2014. It wasn’t uncommon to see neon pink shirts, flamingo pink pants, and hot pink lanyards. This day, better known as Pink Out, was dedicated to breast cancer and those who are plagued by this disease. Student at DMAE wore pink in support of the day. The...

From Field to TV

From Field to TV

Christopher Rojas

November 3, 2014

On October 15, 2014, Cristian Milevski, The Maroon Tribune’s Co-Sports Editor, was honored as the Channel 12 Scholar Athlete of the Week. As the starting center for the DMAE Maroon Raiders football team, Cristian has achieved numerous athletic accomplishments. To begin with, this year Cristian was na...

Week of Respect: Standing Up to Bullying

Week of Respect: Standing Up to Bullying

Christian Milevski

October 23, 2014

New Jersey schools are now required to have a Week of Respect due to the new Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act. This legislation aims to identify the sources of bullying and reduce the number of people who are affected. Valerie Huttle, the assemblywoman who helped pass the legislation, came to speak ...

It’s a Man’s Issue

It's a Man's Issue

Dylan Majsiak

October 22, 2014

In response to the increasing trend of domestic violence cases, DMAE administrators planned an assembly to create awareness. Ray Rice, a player on the Baltimore Ravens, was caught on video striking his then fiancée unconscious inside an elevator in Atlantic City. Adrian Peterson, a player on the Minnesota...

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