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Best Delegate Win at UCONN

Best Delegate Win at UCONN

Soojin Kim

January 22, 2020

Dressed in fashionable business attire, a host of students from high schools all across the northeastern United States engaged in heated debates at the annual University of Connecticut Model United Nations conference November 8-10, 2019. These student delegates, which included DMAE’s formidable Model UN ...

Harlem Wizards Spread a Little Magic at Dwight Morrow

Sid Somashekar

November 27, 2019

On October 13, the Harlem Wizards visited Dwight Morrow, ready to put on a show for the Englewood community. A casual pickup game to 40, the faculty and the Wizards weren’t afraid to have some fun and mix up the teams, putting some Wizards with the faculty and some faculty with the Wizards. The fund...

Low Turnout at Career Fair

Anne Guo

November 27, 2019

On October 13, 2019, DMAE’s Guidance Department hosted its newly implemented tradition, the Career Fair, for all interested students. Staff members invited representatives from various branches of the military, trade schools, and beauty institutions to promote their respective programs and to help senio...

How Not to Bully: Ally Week

Katie Sudol, Guidance Events Section Editor

November 27, 2019

It is always a good feeling to know that someone has your back. Doing the right thing is hard to teach but on Thursday Sept. 26, 2019, eager educators from the Garden State Equality (GSE) organization gave a  Moral Literacy Workshop as part of its Teach and Affirm Program for two periods in the Library....

The Anti-Bullying Effort: Respect Week

Jaslyn Tu, Guidance Events Section Editor

November 26, 2019

October 7-11, 2019, was DMAE’s annual Week of Respect. The week of events organized by the Guidance Department and Jalesah Brooks, the counselor in charge,  focused on preventing harassment, intimidation, and bullying. New Jersey school districts statewide implemented the Week of Respect, which will...

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 Joins Global Strike

DMAE Joins Global Strike

Julia Schwartz, Co-Editor

October 29, 2019

Hundreds of DMAE students gathered in solidarity in front of the Dizzy Gillespie Auditorium joining thousands of other students worldwide on September 20, 2019, to demand immediate climate change action. With carbon emissions and temperatures rising, and scientists predicting that humanity has less than a h...

Voter Registration Drive Flops

Devin Kim, Section Editor

October 29, 2019

Voting has always been of the utmost importance in the United States. At one time or another, various social groups — African-Americans, women, and even 18-year-olds — have all fought for the right to vote. But why is voting so important?  Raymond Smith, the leader of Shiloh Lodge No. 53 (a Masonic Lodg...

Seniors Celebrated at Awards Ceremony

Julia Schwartz

June 20, 2019

As the 2018-19 academic school year closes and seniors become increasingly anxious for college and what is ahead, the annual Senior Awards Ceremony are held. Taking place in the Dizzy Gillespie Auditorium during the evening of June 6th, the ceremony was meant to honor and celebrate the accomplish...

Small Changes, Big Wins in Baseball

Small Changes, Big Wins in Baseball

Klaudia Spahiu

June 20, 2019

The Dwight Morrow Boys Varsity baseball team had a rough start at the beginning of the season. They moved up a division in the Big North Conference, facing teams such as Demarest, Indian Hills, and River Dell. “We got placed in a new division with better teams than last season, who have twice a...

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