Three Key Issues

Ronak Shetty '22, Editorial Writer

March 23, 2020

The 2020 election is fast approaching, and that is exactly why it is important to start learning about the candidates, Joe Biden and Donald Trump. It  is also extremely important to study the issues of people of our generation....

Social Media Needs Adjusting

Andrew Warkentin '21, Contributor

March 11, 2020

When looking at the the big picture, we understand that the web functions because it was intended. Through the facility of the web, information is easier to obtain, and people can connect from across the planet to collaborate ...

Is Amazon Getting too Powerful?

Jack Rigg '21, Contributor

March 9, 2020

I think that Amazon is very powerful and has a big impact on not only the American economy but the world economy. Amazon is a multi- billion-dollar company that is expanding its grasp across the e-commerce market at an exponential...

Tech’s Influence on Sports Should Be Minimized

Aiden Guarneri '22, Contributor

February 28, 2020

Technology has been a part of sports for over 50 years and its impact on each sport over time has been critical. According to, technology has taken part in sporting events since 1964. The influence has affected...

Forging a Lifelong Love of Music

Chris Graber '21, Contributor

February 27, 2020

Throughout my life I have always listened to music. Whether it’s for fun, getting pumped for a game, doing homework, or working out, I listen to music a lot. Over the years, my musical taste has evolved depending on how old...

Is There too Much Technology in Sports

Connor Johnson '21, Contributor

February 27, 2020

There is no doubt that technology has helped sports increase in popularity and made athletes stronger and healthier. Social media has allowed millions of fans to share their opinions online, and teams across the world have been...

Implement Student Suggested Enrichment Blocks

Luke Klacik '22, Contributor

February 27, 2020

At Seton Hall Prep the staff has introduced the Friday enrichment block to try to help reduce stress and anxiety in the student’s everyday lives. They have done a pretty good job at this to offer a variety of different activities...

Getting the Help We Need

Ryan Bodnar '22, Contributor

February 27, 2020

As we begin Trimester exams, the schedule offers us a lot of time to seek help from teachers for help. As a student with a learning disability, I use this time to study and meet with my teachers. When I was looking at schools...

A Question of Morality

Ronak Shetty '22, Editorial Writer

January 16, 2020

Reading The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas raises several moral questions. The main question involves the happiness of a community at the expense of another person’s misery and suffering. The story starts off by discussing the fict...

Revitalize Amtrak

Rhys Williams '21, Contributor

January 16, 2020

Railroads are an inseparable part of the American identity. It could be said that train tracks “tamed” the American West when pioneers were racing across the plains, eager to link one coast to the other. Yet for a story one...

The Green Book Teaches a Lesson about Segregation

Ronak Shetty '22, Editorial Writer

January 9, 2020

While watching The Green Book, a movie based on a true story that takes place in the 1960s, one can gain a deeper understanding of the meanings of two profound words in American history. These two words are “racial segregat...

Ambition Drives Success

Ronak Shetty '22, Editorial Writer

January 9, 2020

According to Marcus Aurelius, a Roman emperor and a Stoic philosopher, “A man's worth is no greater than his ambitions.” This sentiment holds true as ambition is, simply put, the desire to achieve a goal. Therefore, it is...

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