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The Maestro’s Corner: A D.J. Favorite

The Maestro’s Corner: A D.J. Favorite

Emma San Martin, Entertainment Editor

November 14, 2017


Filed under Archive, Entertainment, Entertainment Archive, Showcase

What makes house music "house music?" Where did it come from? And what makes it so great for dancing, anyway? Get ready to find out!

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Artist of the Month: Cindy Cerqueira

Artist of the Month: Cindy Cerqueira

Diana Kennedy, Managing Editor

October 29, 2017


Filed under Archive, Student Life, Student Life Archive

Artist of the Month has been awarded to senior Cindy Cerqueira for her contributions to Ossining High School’s cultural arts community. Cindy has been very active in the theatrical arts throughout her high school career (and throughout middle school as well). She has participated in three high school...

Attraction-Driven Success

Attraction-Driven Success

Sri Polkampally, Opinions Editor

October 27, 2017


Filed under Archive, Opinions, Opinions Archive, Opinions Archive, Showcase

Do good looking men and women have more success than those who are not good looking? This has been the question asked by many economists and researchers over these past few decades. It is within human nature to be more compelled to the more attractive image. But can attraction expedite talent? ...

Fast and Furriest

Fast and Furriest

Angela Torricella, Staff Writer

October 26, 2017


Filed under Student Life, Student Life Archive

It was a brisk October afternoon, a quite average Thursday for the members of the Ossining Cross Country team.  They had all went through their pre-practice routine as usual, filling up their waters, changing their shoes, and having the occasional chat with a friend in the hallway, just to prolong th...

The Bronx Force Awakens

The Bronx Force Awakens

Maggie Ford, Sports Editor

October 24, 2017


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The Yankees’ dreams of winning their first American League pennant and clinching their first World Series berth since 2009 were dashed in Houston on Saturday night. After falling behind to the Astros 2-0 in the American League Championship Series, the Yankees had taken control of the series, winning ...

The Maestro’s Corner: Bells Under the Ocean

The Maestro’s Corner: Bells Under the Ocean

Emma San Martin, Entertainment Editor

October 23, 2017


Filed under Archive, Entertainment, Entertainment Archive, Showcase

"La Cathédrale Engloutie" ("The Submerged Cathedral") is one of Debussy's greatest piano works. But did you know it also tells a strange and mysterious story? Let's take a listen...

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Did The Solar Eclipse Live Up To Its Hype?

Did The Solar Eclipse Live Up To Its Hype?

Darwin Arias, Features Editor

October 2, 2017


Filed under Archive, Features, Features Archive, Showcase

It is safe to say that on August 21, 2017, almost the entire United States population had heard of and awaited the solar eclipse that had been recognized as the first total solar eclipse visible from coast to coast to cross the U.S. in 99 years. Observers along the 2017 solar eclipse’s path of totality...

Fantasy Invention, with the Ability for the Most Positive Impact

Fantasy Invention, with the Ability for the Most Positive Impact

Srinidhi Polkampally, Opinions Editor

September 30, 2017


Filed under Archive, Opinions, Opinions Archive, Showcase

I am enchanted by elements of fantasy and fiction. With books such as the Harry Potter and the Percy Jackson series that defined much of my younger childhood, I have come to adore fantasy stories that pushed me past my wildest imagination. Movies such as Star Wars and Avatar also aided in my drive t...

Athlete of the Month: Thomas McBride

Athlete of the Month: Thomas McBride

Darwin Arias, Features Editor

September 29, 2017


Filed under Archive, Showcase, Sports, Sports Archive

To start off the 2017-2018 school year, The Current is featuring rising senior Thomas (TJ) McBride as Athlete of The Month. McBride has excelled as a striving and dedicated runner on the Ossining High School’s Varsity Cross Country, Indoor Track, and Outdoor Track team. His dedication is seen through...

Does “It” Do the Book Justice?

Does “It” Do the Book Justice?

Jared Fel, Editor In-Chief

September 28, 2017


Filed under Archive, Entertainment, Entertainment Archive

In 1986, author Stephen King published “It,” which introduced to the science-fiction community seven tenacious teenagers nicknamed The Losers Club, who faced off against a child-killing, shape-shifting clown named Pennywise (or, as the kids call him, It), an evil being that has been infesting their...

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