Creative Posters Advocate for Change

By: Lauren Pascocello On Wednesday’s National School Walkout, students showcased their creativity through handmade posters advocating for stricter gun laws. The posters were hung on the front gates of our school along with orange ribbons to show Murrow’s support. Celebrities showed their support for the participating students by taking to Twitter.   Advertisements

Students Participate in Nationwide School Walkout for Gun Law Restrictions

By: Juliana Clark The students have spoken. Since the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida on February 14th, students from across the country have been using their voices and influence to demand gun reform. On Wednesday, one month after the tragedy in Florida, Murrow HS was one of the thousands of schools across the country that…

Boys Table Tennis Starts the Season Off Right

By: Kimberly Rice Table tennis has only been played at Murrow for two seasons, 2016-2017 and now 2017-2018. Last season ended with the Murrow Boys’ team winning ten games and losing four. So far this season, which ends in March after the playoffs, the team has won 11 games and lost one. “They’re just great…

City Champs!

Chest team takes 21st city title By: Kennedy Tavares For chess team coach Mr. Elliot Weiss, winning the New York City High School Chess Championship on February 5th at the Brooklyn Marriott is just a preview to come. “I’m pretty confident that the Murrow Chess Team will win our next competition,” said Mr. Weiss, whose…

Varsity Makes it to Playoffs, Loses in Quarterfinals

By: Kimberly Rice All good things must come to an end. And for the Murrow Magic girls’ varsity soccer team, that was their season. After an undefeated regular season where they finished 10-0, the Magic lost in the PSAL Brooklyn B 2 quarterfinal round to a powerful Martin Luther King H.S. squad 7-1 on Nov….

Worthy Beats

By: Gabrielle Martinez Murrowites, let’s talk about music. I’m not here to talk about the artists that have a net worth of 90 million like Drake, I’m here to discuss some up-and-coming artists that are making a mark on the music community and could be with us in high school right now. To begin, let’s…

The Auditorium Filled With the Sound of Music

By: Vanesa Vargas A play destined to be the world’s most beloved musical occurred in Murrow in which that people came altogether for its amazing casts and its romance/biographical story that distributed strong feelings to the audience. The winter play, The Sound of Music, took place in the Anzalone Theatre, December 14 to December 16….

When I Was In H.S – Ms Berke Edition

By: Amanda Salazar Mrs. Lisa Berke is an English teacher at the school, but she was also once was student here. A graduate of Murrow H.S. in 2000, she worked first in news and media before becoming a Communication Arts teacher and Publicity Coordinator. Mrs. Berke sat down with the Murrow Network to discuss her time…

Just Stylin’

New Cosmetology class gives students chance to shine By: Simona Herman Students who often look in the mirror during the day to check on their hair style and make up now have a chance to really practice that skill. The school is offering a year-long Cosmetology class for students to express themselves through their love…

A Vacation for Change

By: Zachary Hockenberry   In late June of 2013, Habibah Khater was planning on having a relaxing vacation in Alexandria, Egypt. She was looking forward to enjoying the warm weather, eating the delicious food and admiring the old historical buildings with her family. However, she had no idea that she would partake in the large…