By Tahreem Ashraf The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized the emergency use of Pfizer and BioNTech vaccines in United…
With Rents Falling in Queens, Is Now the Time to Move?
By Mark Guthrie. Rents in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens decreased beginning in September and the largest decrease in rent was in Queens. Queensborough students ready to leave the nest might ask themselves, is this the right time to move out?
What to Do (Safely!) During Winter Break
By Ashley Mieses. Luckily, in New York City there are many options for outdoor activities still going on, despite the pandemic. Here are some fun ideas for adventures during winter break!
S.O.S. to Congress: The People Need Help
By Zuri Moon. Congress needs to stop playing games and work together on a plan that will keep people financially stable while we wait out the coronavirus, as their efforts so far are dangerously inadequate.
Online Classes May Critically Affect Students’ Health
By Xianxi Huang Online only classes from elementary school to universities may critically affect students’ health, resulting in various long-lasting…
Graffiti: Art or Vandalism?
By Emily Pinkhasov. Graffiti is an art, not simple wreckage on a trash can or an alley wall. It can represent powerful meanings in every detail, style, and color, and poses many benefits.
College’s Price Tag Keeps Rising, but Is It Worth it?
In “The Price Of College Increasing Almost 8 Times Faster Than Wages”, Camilo Maldonado writes that “between the academic years ending in 1989 and 2016, the cost for a four year degree doubled, even after inflation.” While it is difficult to say college isn’t worth it, it is more logical to say that it might not be as worth it once was, relative to the times.
Creating an Accepting Society: Embracing Our Pronouns
…It is up to organizations like schools to take a stand and offer the option to choose pronouns in their questionnaires to enable students to say how we want to be identified in our classes.
The Reasons to Learn Coding
The United States has designated a week from December 7 to 13 as “Computer Science Education Week” and it is a time to focus on coding education, which has previously been overlooked.
Election Reform Needed to Restore Confidence
By Kerry Wachter On November 3rd, 2020, citizens came out in record numbers to cast their ballots for our President.…