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Poll Results Reveal New York City Now Has More Mets Fans Than Yankee Fans

Poll Results Reveal New York City Now Has More Mets Fans Than Yankee Fans

Jared Fel, Features Editor
April 27, 2017
Filed under Archive, Sports Archive

According to a new Quinnipiac University poll released a few weeks ago, New York City baseball fans favor the Mets over the neighboring Yankee by a slim two percent margin; The Mets were preferred by forty-five percent of those polled compared to the forty-three percent hat favored the Yankees. This...

Artist of the Month: Adriana Scantianeu

Artist of the Month: Adriana Scantianeu

Isabel Slingerland, Entertainment Editor
April 27, 2017
Filed under Archive, Entertainment Archive

Throughout my high school career, I have had the pleasure of knowing this month’s honorary artist, Adriana Scantianeu. This young woman is more than deserving of this title as she is not only an amazing musical artist but she is also well accomplished in other aspects of her life. She has found much...

A Coach’s Story

A Coach’s Story

Fanny Zhang, Staff Writer
April 14, 2017
Filed under Archive, Sports Archive

The Ossining School District provides their students with many different programs. Activities such as sports have become a big factor in the lives of most students in Ossining. Thanks to our staff and coaches, this program continues to thrive, receiving an increased amount of attention over the years. ...

Class Of 2018 Semi Formal

Class Of 2018 Semi Formal

Darwin Arias, Editor-At-Large
April 12, 2017
Filed under Archive, Student Life Archive

On April 6, 2017, the Junior Class of 2018 danced the night away at their Semi Formal which took place at LIFE The Place To Be, a venue located in Ardsley, New York. The Junior Semi Formal began with students preparing for their night promptly after school, that meant getting dressed and taking pictures...

Athlete of the Month: Molly Haag

Athlete of the Month: Molly Haag

Diana Kennedy, Student Life Editor
April 7, 2017
Filed under Sports Archive

Senior, Molly Haag, has actively participates in three school sports, volleyball, winter track, and lacrosse. She also plays year round volleyball with Downstate, where she plays for the national travel club team. Having played for the varsity volleyball team since her sophomore year of high school, ...

The Maestro’s Corner: A Forties Fidelio

The Maestro’s Corner: A Forties Fidelio

Emma San Martin, Editor-At-Large
April 6, 2017
Filed under Archive, Entertainment Archive

Beethoven's "Fidelio" enters a modern era in a new production at the Metropolitan Opera. Even with all the changes, though, its heart remains.

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Artist of the Month: Yoo Shin Tanai

Artist of the Month: Yoo Shin Tanai

Lior Raz-Farley, Editor-in-Chief
April 6, 2017
Filed under Entertainment Archive

This month, The Current is featuring musician, Yoo Shin Tanai, most known for playing the piano and percussion instruments. Aside from his participation in the OHS wind ensemble his vast experience outside of school has warranted him masterful skill in these instruments. He has participated in the New...

Snap, Inc. Becomes A Publicly Traded Company

Snap, Inc. Becomes A Publicly Traded Company

Elliott Reichman, Managing Editor
March 30, 2017
Filed under Archive, Features Archive

Social media has been a staple in American culture since the early 2000s. It has shaped social interaction, and presents platforms that allow people to be connected in ways that were unachievable before. As social media has grown more and more popular, the business side of social media has generated...

Past and Present: Women’s History Month of March

Past and Present: Women’s History Month of March

Rubina Chowdhury, News Editor
March 30, 2017
Filed under Archive, News Archive

Throughout the course of history, men and women from across the globe have battled many trials and tribulations in order to make a change in the world. It was often the women, however, whose names remain unknown to this day, and to whom credit has remained unrewarded. This prompted the Education Task...

The Great Barrier Reef is Dying, Scientists Say

The Great Barrier Reef is Dying, Scientists Say

Jared Fel, Features Editor
March 30, 2017
Filed under Archive, Features Archive

The Great Barrier Reef, one of the world's most amazing natural wonders, is in a severe amount of trouble. The once immaculate and pristine northern sector of the reef, a section encompassing more than a hundred miles, was recently found dead due to a profound increase in seawater temperatures -- a process...

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