Always Cheerful: Safety Agent Ms. Regina Duffy Retires

                    By Salma Elhandaoui As a school safety agent, Ms. Regina Duffy always had a bright, cheery smile even during the most difficult of circumstances. Indeed she has been a well-liked and well-respected member of the staff by both students and teachers alike. So after 16 years at Murrow HS, Ms. Duffy announced her retirement…

The Music Tech Fest Makes A Return

By: Ramon Graupera After two years without Music x Tech Fest, Murrow’s long awaited show came back with a bang on May 20th. “The environment and chemistry was definitely through the roof,” said Doro Jobe, a junior and performer at the show. “Everybody was so supportive of each other and it really made the show,…

Ms. Berke Takes Home The Holocaust Educator Award

By: Justin Tran English teacher, Ms. Lisa Berke received the Holocaust Educator Award for teaching the Holocaust to students. Ms. Berke, who has been teaching Holocaust literature for nearly 9 years, was nominated for the annual award by Elizabeth Edelstein, the vice president of education at the Museum of Jewish Heritage.  Ms. Berke said that…

SpongeBob Meets The Joseph Anzalone Theater

By: Ashley Chen When senior Benjamin Forni, was chosen as Patrick in the school’s production of The SpongeBob Music, he was not fond of the idea.  “I didn’t like the idea,” he said. “I was shocked. I was still gonna audition for it, but I had no idea what was gonna happen.” Just like Forni,…

Students voice concern over Roe v. Wade

By Evelyn Finn-Wilson  After the news publication, Politico, published a leaked draft from Supreme Court’s conservative Justice Samuel Alito, which proposed the overturning of Roe v. Wade, a lot of Murrowites were left dejected and concerned.   “You can have whatever opinion on abortions, you can be for or against them, but it is not your…

Decision Day for seniors

By: Eve Neumann          After visiting the University of Vermont, senior Jenna Sajecki knew it was the place for her.           “In the summer of 2020, I visited Vermont for about two weeks and immediately fell in love with the environment that was there… I think what really helped…

Mr. James Cunningham, AP of Phys. Ed announces his retirement

By: Ethan Seifer          As the saying goes, all good things must come to an end, and for Mr. James Cunningham, he thinks this June is a good time to bring his time at Murrow to a close. The AP of physical education, Mr. Cunningham is looking at bringing his Murrow and…

School is “Magnet-ized” over annual literary Magazine.

By: Cameron Eisenhart  Penelope Day has been waiting for this day all year.  Day did the layout for the Magnet, Murrow’s student-run art, and literary magazine, and is excited that the book is out..  The Magnet meet on Wednesdays, where they publish poems, short stories, and student artwork, mostly from graduating seniors. It is their…

Uncovering The Desensitization of Mass Shootings

By: Irza Waraich About a year ago, I saw a Tik Tok video about how a short movie on Netflix became an instant hit, because of its powerful message and its ability to make everyone who watches it cry. I instantly thought that I had to watch it and skipped reading over the description to…

Math Department Supports Ukraine

By: Heather Lopez For Russian math teacher Ms. Svetlana Chernova, there was no hesitation when it came to supporting those suffering in Ukraine after war broke out in February.  So with the help of fellow math teacher Ms. Natalie Stepura, who is from Ukraine, and a few others, the teachers began collecting supplies from fellow…

Murrow Says Its Farewells To Ms. Giberga

By: Shmuel Cohen When she retires, Ms. Susana Giberga won’t just go to the beach. “There are other things that I’d like to do while I’m still young enough to do them,” said Ms. Giberga. “So I’m going to be taking on new and different adventures now, I will not be just lying on a…

Senior Chorus Performs At Carnegie Hall

By: Salma Elhandaoui The spirit derived from performing at the Murrow stage never gets old. Performing at Carnegie Hall, however, is a remarkable story of its own. When Zora Abaquin, a member of the senior chorus, heard that she and the senior chorus were accepted to perform at Carnegie Hall, she was excited to step…