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2014 Diversity Day Defines DMAE

Amir Moghaddam

June 2, 2014

Diversity Day, one of the school days all DMAE students look forward to the most, once again left the student body and faculty astonished and appreciative on May 16, 2014. While most students value the experiences that Diversity Day and the World Cultures Festival have to offer, whether it be the foo...

Subculture Day: Dr. Hall’s Sociology Bazaar

Subculture Day: Dr. Hall’s Sociology Bazaar

Niaree Thomas

May 27, 2014

The DMAE south building cafeteria was transformed into a loud and colorful panorama during second period on Jan. 13, 2014, when 12th grade sociology students presented their interpretations of subcultures in society. Students created exhibits that put a spotlight on subcultures they researched, exhibits...

$600 in Pancakes

$600 in Pancakes

Matthew Roszkowski

May 27, 2014

So what’s the difference between a flapjack and a pancake? Flapjacks are made out of a mixture of oat’s and butter and they are also made in the oven. However, pancakes are made out of flour, milk, and eggs and are fried. Both, however taste great with syrup and this was what the senior class...

Super Bowl XLVIII: Not All Fun and Games

Super Bowl XLVIII: Not All Fun and Games

Cristian Milevski

May 14, 2014

On Thursday, Jan.16, 2014, DMAE’s Youth Coalition against Human Trafficking held three assemblies in the DMAE Dizzy Gillespie Auditorium for students to learn the truth about the objectification of women who are marketed for sex. Liz Corsini and Maria Mulry from The Zone lead this student run group. T...

STEM Trip Took Flight

Justin Sun

April 29, 2014

Students bustling about, chaperons trying to maintain order, professors teaching onlookers their respective subjects -- subjects such as Contraption System, Network for a Day or even fly a Helicopter; these are some of the scenes that took place during the annual DMAE trip to Bergen Community Colleg...

The Uncertain Verdict in Mock Trial

The Uncertain Verdict in Mock Trial

Julianne Jeon

February 21, 2014

In the courtroom, the atmosphere is tense. With the witness sitting nervously across from the plaintiff, the prosecutors prepare for direct-examination. Meanwhile, the defense attorneys wait listening expectantly as they gear up for cross-examination. To the members of Mock Trial, this familiar scene is one...

Latino Heritage Celebration

Erin Kang

February 6, 2014

The annual Latino Heritage celebration that took place on Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2013, promoting educational and cultural awareness to DMAE students and faculty, was even more deafening with enthusiasm for native countries the year. Spanish teachers Saadia Gil and Fina Flores organized the event along wit...

Movie Fundraiser for Scholarship Fund

Movie Fundraiser for Scholarship Fund

Jeen Park

February 4, 2014

Back in October 2013 the Dr. John Grieco Scholarship set up the Dizzy Gillespie Auditorium to house dozens of students who were eager to watch the 2013 movie “Now You See Me” starring Jesse Eisenberg and Morgan Freeman. With a container of popcorn in one hand and a soda in the other, students set...

HOSA HOSA HOSA

HOSA HOSA HOSA

Aneeka Ayyar

February 4, 2014

On Saturday Jan. 11, 2014, 47 students from the AE’s HOSA chapter competed in the North Jersey Regional Conference. Competitions ranged from knowledge tests to nursing and EMT to even team competitions like CPR. The competition was fierce this year and AE’s HOSA chapter was determined to come ba...

Rising HOSA Council Eager for New Changes

Rising HOSA Council Eager for New Changes

Julianne Jeon

January 17, 2014

Zumba fundraising sessions. Mock tests for competitions. These are some of the ideas that the upcoming HOSA council for 2014-2015 hope to implement into the Club. With guidance from the current council of 2013-2014, the new council members, who were elected this past November, are focused on improving the ...

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