Murrowites Get Creative with their Costumes

By: Amanda Salazar For many, Halloween is a day where people can eat candy, have fun, and pretend to be someone else for a night, and these Murrow students certainly took advantage of the opportunity to dress-up in their most creative costumes.   Sophie Tatarchuk, Senior, “Old, Russian Cat Lady”   “My favorite thing about…

What is the Importance of Freedom in Today’s World?

Nora Carrier In a time of changing political ideals and social structures, freedom is important to many. These Murrow students spoke out about their personal definitions of the word freedom, who has freedom and how it can be earned, and what people can do with their freedom.   Joseph Hardy, Freshman “Freedom is a chance…

Upcoming Graduates Reflect on their Time in Murrow

By: Lauren Pascocello The flowers are out, the birds are singing, and as we get closer to the end of the school year, some seniors are thinking about saying goodbye to Edward R Murrow High School. Murrowites reflected on the best and worst moments they had over the past four years. Adam Cotton, 17 “Oh,…

Fourth Year on the VolleyBall Team: Dillon Kosek

By: Amanda Salazar When it comes to volleyball, senior Dillon Kosek is an original. That’s because he’s the only original player left on the boys’ volleyball team since it was formed and joined the PSAL four years ago. Now, Kosek, who is a middle blocker on the school’s volleyball team, said that he is proud…

The Longest Working Teacher at Murrow

By: Edeli Cuate If you do the math, it all adds up to the fact that Mr. Eliot Weiss has been teaching for a long time. Mr. Weiss, a math teacher, started his teaching career 42 years ago, but 36 of those years have been at Edward R. Murrow High School, which makes him the…

Back When I Was in High School: Magin Edition

By: Mecca Davis How was high school for you emotionally? “High School for me emotionally was pretty, for the most part I was very happy, and the school itself was the alternative community school in New York. The concept of the high school was that it was a smaller setting. So the classes were about…

What Does It Mean To Be An American?

By: Jack Harewood, Annabel Rosario and Lev Katreczko These Murrow students have a unique perspective  on what it means to be an American and their American identity during the Election year.                                                …