School Fashion: Students Show Off Their Drip

By: Julie Bazile If you know Murrow, you know that alongside being one of the most diverse high schools in the city, we are also one of the most fashion forward as well. From Hypebeast to E-girl to Harajuku streetwear, at Murrow, you’ll find it. Among the third floor Hypebeast (the cool kind, not the…

The School’s Ten Best Places to Take a Nap

By: Regan Hockenberry It’s no secret that high school students and teens across the nation suffer from sleep deprivation. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) analyzed data from the 2015 Youth Risk Behavior Surveys and found that 73% of high school students across 30 states are not getting enough sleep. Sleep deprivation increases…

Beloved Math Teacher Mrs. Teresa Lebovits Death Saddens School

  By: Maeve Fishel, Martin Kiser, David Glanzman and Channary Sovanna   This past Memorial Day weekend, Murrow lost a vibrant and beloved member of its community through the tragic death of mathematics teacher/ testing coordinator Mrs. Teresa Lebovits. In the wake of this misfortune, students and administrators alike have taken time to reflect on…

School Goes Green with the Green Team Sustainability Club

  By: Channary Sovanna   Murrow science teacher, Justin Clavadetscher worries about the overuse of natural resources and the effects it will have on the earth. “I think as a human being and the way our society has evolved, we have so many advances in society that we take for granted and we don’t necessary…

The Measles Outbreak: How Important is Vaccination?

By: Aaliyah Hinckson When Junior Sophia Sciortino heard about the measles outbreak in parts of Brooklyn, she was concerned because she worried that someone in the school might be infected and unknowingly pass it along to others. “I felt scared that I was going to get it,” said Sciortino. “I wouldn’t know who the person…

Girls’ JV Soccer Player Sophia Suarez: Leadership On and Off the Field

By: David Glanzman   The girls’ junior varsity soccer season has just ended, and for first-time defensive player, Sophia Suarez, it was her leadership skills that made her a real standout. On a team with an almost completely new lineup this year, the sophomore managed to stand out among the rest of the JVsoccer players…

Let’s Talk About Sex: Murrowites Promote Sex Positivity

By: Regan Hockenberry   Senior Daphne Parkhill, a bisexual, cisgender female, believes in sex positivity. For her, being sex positive is one of the best ways to maintain good health and active contentment as far as relationships go. “There shouldn’t be a gap in the power dynamic,” she said. “Everyone should have equal power in…

Murrow in the Hallways

By: Cielo Castaneda, Julie Bazile, Hadisha Bajwa Check out the latest video on our YouTube page JUST CURIOUS called Murrow in the Hallways. Our very own twist on the famous Billy on the Street, where we asked Social Studies teachers history questions.