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Athlete of the Month: Alejandro Cabrera

Athlete of the Month: Alejandro Cabrera

Rubina Chowdhury, Editor-At-Large
October 5, 2016
Filed under Archive, Sports Archive

This month, The Current is featuring, Alejandro Cabrera, a participant in Ossining’s Varsity Cross Country in the fall along with Ossining’s Varsity Track and Field in the winter and spring seasons. His dedication and exceptional skill makes him a notable athlete, as well as an incredible teamma...

Artist of the Month: Jennifer Sanchez

Artist of the Month: Jennifer Sanchez

Lior Raz-Farley, Editor In-Chief
October 1, 2016
Filed under Archive, Entertainment Archive

This month, September, The Current is featuring Jennifer Sanchez. She is a well-rounded artist, with skills ranging from playing instruments to drawing. She began singing when she was eight years old and has transitioned into a performer. She predominantly showcases her artistry through her school per...

Is America Doomed?

Is America Doomed?

Lorenzo Muranelli, Chief News Editor
September 29, 2016
Filed under News Archive

The year of 2016 has been interesting, to say the least. Along with one of the most highly anticipated and disastrous presidential campaigns of all time, chaos has ensued throughout the United States in response to police violence against black individuals and the increased terror threat of the Islamic...

Pokemon Go Dominates the Summer of 2016

Pokemon Go Dominates the Summer of 2016

Darwin Arias, Editor-At-Large
September 29, 2016
Filed under Features Archive

If you have been cruising the web in the past two months, it is almost certain that you have come across something relating to Pokemon Go. Pokemon has grown into a massive franchise since its release in 1995, resulting in trading cards, television shows, toys, etc. On July 6, 2016, Niantic launched ...

Movies of the Season

Movies of the Season

Jean Klurfeld, Staff Writer
September 29, 2016
Filed under Entertainment Archive

Know what to see before you go to the movies or decide to rent a new release, find out about a selection of these summer/fall 2016 movies below: Sully I did not consider myself one for documentaries, but after watching Sully, starring Tom Hanks, I reconsidered that thought. The stunning cinematograp...

Ossining High Wins the Silver Award for Schools of Opportunity

Ossining High Wins the Silver Award for Schools of Opportunity

Diana Kennedy, Student Life Editor
September 29, 2016
Filed under Student Life Archive

   Ossining is often well known for it’s praised science research program, outstanding girl’s basketball team, and for its amazing cultural arts programs, however above all, Ossining is a place where the academic playing field has been made level.   On September 12, Ossining High school w...

Justice for Harambe

Justice for Harambe

Fanny Zhang, Staff Writer
September 29, 2016
Filed under Opinions Archive, Opinions Archive

On Saturday, May 28th, a family entered the Cincinnati zoo oblivious of what was to happen later that day. The onset of this horrific and tragic event began when a 3-year old boy was endangered and trapped with the zoo’s gorilla, Harambe. How did this happen, you might ask? The boy entered the Cincin...

Marlins Star Pitcher José Fernández Tragically Dies In Boating Accident

Marlins Star Pitcher José Fernández Tragically Dies In Boating Accident

Elliott Reichman, Managing Editor
September 28, 2016
Filed under Archive, Sports Archive

On September 25th, 2016, we lost one of the most inspirational baseball players and human beings of all time, José Fernández. José Fernández was just 24 years old at the timer of his death, and his story is not just that of a phenomenal ball player, but someone with perseverance in his blood. ...

The Maestro’s Corner: Rapper’s Delight

The Maestro’s Corner: Rapper’s Delight

Emma San Martin, Editor-At-large
September 27, 2016
Filed under Archive, Entertainment Archive

Nearly everyone listens to hip hop.  Whether it's a classic rap or a trippy remix, this catchy and distinctive music genre is everywhere. Hip Hop is one of the most iconic art forms in America, and it originated right here in New York.  To be specific, it started off at block parties in the Bronx. ...

Dear Met Fans: Don’t Worry About Harvey’s Slow Start

Dear Met Fans: Don’t Worry About Harvey’s Slow Start

Ben Radhuber, Staff Writer
May 23, 2016
Filed under Sports Archive

Matt Harvey. The name will bring about an emotional stimulation of some sort for almost all New Yorkers. But the thoughts and images that are conceived when they hear the name will most definitely vary from person to person. A polarizing sports persona, he has a swagger unmatched by most MLB pitchers....

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