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Features Spotlight “Unlocking” opinions about locker usage

“Unlocking” opinions about locker usage

NINTH BAND has just ended and classical music is blasting through the school. Harrisites are often in a hurry to get to their locker and take out or put in necessary books and jackets. Lockers are found on almost every floor whereas others don’t even have locks.

Opinion Spotlight Sleepless nights are no source of pride

Sleepless nights are no source of pride

Whether it’s because of procrastination or time-consuming extracurriculars, it is no surprise we Townsend students, probably not unlike other high school students in New York City, are often victims of sleep deprivation. Between juggling collaterals, school work

A&E Spotlight Hennafest shares artwork and culture

Hennafest shares artwork and culture

HENNAFEST HAS been a staple of Townsend Harris since 2010 and has been held in an attempt to introduce culture to the student body. This year HennaFest raised around $900, making a profit of $700. The money is used for the Muslim InterScholasitc Tournament (MIST)

Sports Spotlight Girls Varsity Basketball “bull-dozos” competition

Girls Varsity Basketball “bull-dozos” competition

Recently, the girls varsity basketball team outplayed a tough competitor, Cardozo, winning by nearly 20 points, resulting in a score of 40-21. This put Townsend Harris in 3rd place in their league division, with 6 wins and 2 losses, tying with Cardozo’s record.

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Code Club to reboot interest in technology

Code Club to reboot interest in technology

THERE IS a new club on the list of after-school activities: Code Club.

Founder and senior Neil Chen stated, “The goal is to teach people how to code, and in the process, increase interest in technology and computer science.”

Harrisites join nationwide protest movement

Harrisites join nationwide protest movement

About fifty Townsend Harris students gathered to protest the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown. They walked together after school towards the 107th police precinct, demanding reform.

Can teens be in love?

Can teens be in love?

Restrictions define our lives. Specifically for teens, age restrictions placed upon us by society limit our every action: 21 to drink, 18 to vote, and 16 to start learning how to drive.

Winter concert is a flurry of student talent

Winter concert is a flurry of student talent

THERE ARE many ways for students to share their musical abilities in the school setting, and the Winter Concert is the biggest showcase of the school’s musical talents of the semester.