A Surgical Style

  By Hadisha Bajwa  Some students will wear Supreme sweaters and others don Jordans, but for some students wearing a surgical mask to cover part of their face is the new thing. While it may seem unusual for some to cover up their faces, there are Murrow students who see wearing a surgical mask as…

Weekly Announcements

Tuesday, November 13th:  Parents’ Association @6:30 P.M in the Students’ Cafeteria Wednesday, November 14th: Art Patrons Meeting @7:00 P.M in Room 438 College Parents Workshop @6:00 P.M in the Joseph Anzalone Theater Thursday, November 15th:  Don’t Miss Out on the P.T.A Ice Cream Sundae Sale! This Thursday in the 285 Suite from A-G Band, ALL…

House of Speakeasy Comes to Murrow

By: Julie Bazile Three writers spoke about their craft and their life experiences on September 26th as part of the school’s Writers Institute author series. The students gathered in the Papp Theatre to speak to three authors provided by House of Speakeasy and the Writers Institute. The goal was to motivate students to become better…

Another Magical Night for Girls Volleyball

By: Alex Zimet   The Murrow Magic had a gut wrenching victory, narrowly defeating Martin Luther King Jr. High School 2 sets to 1, on November 7th.   After losing the 1st set, and being down in the end of the 2nd set, the team all decided that their hot streak wasn’t gonna end there….

Murrow Advances to Round 2 of the Playoffs

By: Alex Zimet   Following an undefeated 12-0 regular season, the girls volleyball team crushed Bronx Leadership Academy 2 sets to 0 on Monday, November 5th.   The Magic were expecting a victory, said 17 year old Senior, Ayomide Adeoye, who joined the team last month.   “Today’s win was an easy win, but we…

Big Year for Shows, As First Begins Tonight

By: Amelia Livingston   Out with the old and in with the new. That seems to be the theme of the Murrow theatre program as two new shows were chosen for the first semester that have never been done at the school. The two shows are Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike, which will…

BTS Army Invasion: K-Pop Band is Popular at School

      By: Julie Bazile Christina Joseph said she wakes up in the morning gloomy and stressed with her senior schedule. But then it happens. She opens Spotify and is met with the smooth angelic voice of Jimin, K-pop group, BTS’s lead vocalist, as he belts off on his Spring Day solo. Suddenly, waking…

Senior Activities… Are They Worth It?

By: Aaliyah Hinckson   Senior Merlissa Alexandre said she’s looking forward to her senior year, but more importantly participating in senior activities. “It’s my senior year, so it’s like I only have one chance to do it, I might as well,” the 16 year old said. Alexandre said she is excited to participate in all…

Locked and Stowed Away!

By: Kenya Kissoon   Junior Emma Mellone finds herself in a pickle. For the past three years the Murrow student has been participating in the Pickleball club and was looking forward to it again this year. However, with the retirement of adviser and physical education teacher Ms. Theresa Crivelli, Mellone said that no one has…

As Election Day Approaches Murrowites Discuss Politics

  By: Zachary Hockenberry In 1996, Principal Allen Barge voted in his very first presidential election. “It was a real excitement,” Barge said. “I was nervous and it was a big deal.” It may not be a big deal for youth in 2018. This coming November midterm elections could change which party controls both the…

Tough Season for Girls Varsity as They Move Up in Division

By: Leti Acosta Romero After a few years of dominating the PSAL B Division, the Murrow girl’s soccer team, had a chance this season to move up in competition. And the results were mixed. This year’s jump had the Magic playing against more skilled teams such as Millennium H.S. and neighborhood rivals Midwood and Madison. But…

Weekly Announcements

FOOD DRIVE: Begins Monday, October 29th OPEN SCHOOL EVENING: Thursday, November 1st from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM Cielo Castaneda -Online Editor