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COVID-19 Is Disproportionately Affecting Black and Brown Americans In More Ways Than One

COVID-19 Is Disproportionately Affecting Black and Brown Americans In More Ways Than One

Shania Flores, Staff Writer February 22, 2021
The widespread distrust of developments such as the COVID-19 vaccine and the handling of infection and death rates of the virus within minority communities displays yet another facet of racial inequality within American society
Ossining High School

Ossining Schools Dismissed Early in Anticipation of Inclement Weather 

Mary Ford, Editor-In-Chief February 22, 2021

OSSINING—In an email sent out this morning, Ossining’s district office notified students and families that in light of the day’s forecast, the district would be dismissing its six schools early....

Democracy Prevailed: Looking Back at the Riot at the Capitol on January 6th

Since the events of January 6th, the country has been embroiled in a national debate over the bounds of Presidential power and privilege that lies with one's race. Here's what you need to know about an event the country will forever remember.
Charlotte Kane, Staff Writer February 21, 2021

On January 6, 2021, hundreds of angry rioters arrived at the Capitol building in Washington D.C. to protest against the results of the 2020 presidential election and the certification of President Biden’s...

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To All the Boys: Always and Forever—A Cheesy, Clever, yet Classic Rom-Com

The third installment in the popular trilogy To All the Boys I've Loved Before is relatable and cheesy, making for a fantastic rom-com.
Linlee Mangialardi, Student Life Editor February 21, 2021

Everyone loves a good romantic comedy, especially this time of year. On February 12, Netflix released the last movie of the popular trilogy, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. Adapted from the book series...

Policy Look Back: Trump Administration Auctions Off Leases For Drilling In Alaska's National Wildlife Refuge

Policy Look Back: Trump Administration Auctions Off Leases For Drilling In Alaska’s National Wildlife Refuge

Ella Castrillon, Staff Writer February 21, 2021

During Trump's four years in office, his administration altered nearly 100 environmental laws, with one of the most notable rollbacks being those that opened up Alaska’s National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR)...

State of Emergency Lifted from the Village of Ossining

Mary Ford, Editor-in-Chief February 20, 2021

OSSINING—In an email from Ossining’s Village Manager’s Office on Friday, officials communicated to residents that the state of emergency placed on the village would end at 2 pm. The state of emergency,...

Yellow Zone Designation Lifted from the Village of Ossining

Daisy Bolger, Features Editor February 20, 2021

On Wednesday, January 27th Governor Andrew Cuomo officially lifted the yellow zone designation from Ossining as COVID-19 infection rates have been on the decline. The Governor also took similar actions...

Policy Look Back: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Impact on the Faircloth Amendment

Gisselle Tapia, Photographer February 20, 2021

After 22 years of the Faircloth Amendment blocking the construction of new public housing in the United States, the amendment was repealed in early July of 2020. The repeal of the Faircloth Amendment can...

January Athlete of the Month: Jean Quinde

January Athlete of the Month: Jean Quinde

Cameron Takmil, Sports Editor February 19, 2021

For the month of January, The Current chose boy’s varsity swimming captain Jean Quinde as athlete of the month. Although swimming is one of the winter sports that has been cleared to practice and compete,...

Winter Sports Recap

A lot has happened these past few months: the NHL season kicked off, Sarah Fuller made history, and Tom Brady won another Super Bowl. Here's what you missed in December and January.
Cameron Takmil, Sports Editor February 19, 2021

In December... After a quiet November in the world of sports, an exciting December encapsulated the beginnings of a new NBA season, the drama of the NFL season as playoffs loomed, and much more. With...

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