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Groundbreaking Billion-Dollar Gift Grants Free Tuition at Bronx Medical School
Sophia Zhang and Maria Estua Carrillo March 1, 2024
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Nvidia Surpasses Tech Giants Amazon and Alphabet in Market Value
Davin Shin, Staff Writer • March 1, 2024
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William Post, Inventor of Pop-Tarts, Dies at 96
Yui Kaito, Guest Writer • March 1, 2024
William Post, a businessman known for inventing the all-time classic American toaster pastries, Pop-Tarts, passed away on February 10 in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
An instance of data duplication noted by David in his blog. In this case, the two images indicated in red outline appear to be duplicated samples.
Veritas or Fraud? Harvard Cancer Research Faces Data Forgery Allegations
Linda Xing, Staff Writer • February 29, 2024

The Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI), Harvard University’s institute for cancer research in Boston, is looking to retract six studies and...

Gonnegtions #7
Gonnegtions #7
Jordan Yanowitz and Liam Tenenbaum February 29, 2024



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Why Joining a Spring Sport Is the Right Choice
Jehee Nam, Staff Writer • March 1, 2024
Membean vs. NoRedInk: Which One Is Best?
Membean vs. NoRedInk: Which One Is Best?
David Shin, Senior Staff Writer • March 1, 2024
Gonnegtions #7
Gonnegtions #7
Jordan Yanowitz and Liam Tenenbaum February 29, 2024



Triple C’s Book Review #3: Normal People
Triple C’s Book Review #3: Normal People
Anoushka Chakrabarti, Senior Staff Writer • March 1, 2024

Welcome! We’re Triple C: a dynamic trio of juniors (Kavya, Kailyn, and Anoushka), bonded by both a shared passion for literature and the coincidental...

Triple C’s Book Review #2: Where the Crawdads Sing
Triple C’s Book Review #2: Where the Crawdads Sing
Kailyn Cho, Staff Writer • February 8, 2024
Where the Crawdads Sing is a murder-mystery novel that diverges into two timelines that slowly become intertwined. With notes of romance, mystery, and suspense, it is a beautifully written story and one that is unforgettable.
Triple C’s Book Review #1: Crying in H Mart
Triple C’s Book Review #1: Crying in H Mart
Kavya Chettur, Senior Staff Writer • February 1, 2024
H Mart, the supermarket filled with vibrant colors, enticing aromas, and diverse foods transporting me to different corners of Asia, is a place where I have fond memories of shopping with my mom. For Michelle Zauner too, navigating the aisles at H Mart isn’t just a shopping trip—it is a source of solace and connection to her Korean heritage. Her memoir, Crying in H Mart, is a mesmerizing tale that unfolds as a powerful and emotional journey through love, loss, and cultural identity.
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Does Apple’s Vision Pro Disconnect Users from Reality?
Edward Wang and JaeHa (Justin) Kim March 1, 2024

In this era, no one can catch a break from technology. With the constant stimulation of phones, computers, and tablets, we are always occupied...

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What Happened to IRBs?
Meredith Ho, Staff Writer • February 29, 2024
Let’s be honest, the last time many high schoolers picked up an IRB (independent reading book) may have been ages ago. Ever since we have been assigned class reading, such as The Grapes of Wrath or Interpreter of Maladies, participating in various extracurriculars, and indulging in social media for entertainment, it seems as though there is an unsubstantial amount of time to read for fun. And I am not the only teenager going through this experience. 
The APUSH Experience
The APUSH Experience
Linda Xing, Guest Writer • January 19, 2024

Triple C’s Book Review #3: Normal People
Triple C’s Book Review #3: Normal People
Anoushka Chakrabarti, Senior Staff Writer • March 1, 2024
Jane Eyre, front cover. Photo: Creative Commons
Unraveling Threads of Charlotte Brontë's Life: A Journey Through Jane Eyre
Ashley Kim, Guest Writer • March 1, 2024
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Letter to the Editors
Letter to the Editors
Ms. Karen Drake November 2, 2023

Without intention, I was left out of the article titled “Teacher Racial Representation at THS Matters." Reading that there were “zero”...

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