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Posts published in December 2016

Disculpa

Fiorella Motta, Staff Writer   Que escena más cómica, lo que empezó como tres amigos terminó en el desamparo de mi corazón. Como de niños huíamos del futuro que nos aterraba. Como nos escapabamos de la realidad para vivir en nuestro reino de felicidad falsa. El héroe que derrotaba al dragón…

The Effect Of Hurricane Matthew In Haiti

Emma Burstiner, Staff Writer Hurricane Matthew may not have detrimentally hit the northeast, but it definitely harmed most of the people living in the Dominican Republic, specifically Haiti.  This hurricane was powerful, and it ruined many homes, buildings, and caused distress across the island.  The hurricane was considered Category 4 when…

Japan’s Single Mothers Face Poverty Trap

Woojin Kwak, Staff writer Many countries in our world today have high poverty rates, but recently, a rapid increase in poverty has occurred in Japan with single women. With the shrinking workforce due to low birth rates and stagnating economy, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has planned to help single women…

Tesla Gallery Opens On Greenwich Avenue

Michelle Xiong, Staff Writer Among the latest additions to Greenwich Avenue is a gallery for Tesla Motors. The company is well known for its advanced technologies in energy and electric cars. Tesla’s new location, which opened in early October, is the first established in Connecticut. The gallery’s proposal initially faced resistance…

Gillian Gordon: Founder of the Education for All Club

Julia Medina, Staff Writer Each Wednesday after school in room 640, a group of 30 students attend their meeting for the Education for All Club (E. F. A). You may have seen their flyers around the school for their upcoming bake sale, or their buckets of change in the Cardinal Cafe.…

Different Ideas, Same Respect

Ella Cooper, Staff Writer Greenwich High School has embarked on a new campaign. A movement driven by acceptance and kindness. Following the turmoil presidential election, dozens of students have felt uncomfortable in their classroom settings. The diverse range of emotions and opinions have resulted in a division among the student…

How Trump Won Michigan

Ben Rosenfeld, News Editor On Tuesday, November 8th, Donald J. Trump won the presidential election in what some are calling the biggest Presidential upset since Bush v. Gore in 2000. Similar to the election 16 years ago, Trump managed to win the electoral college, yet did not gain the popular vote.…

Saturday Night Live: The Election

Sofia Vittoria, Entertainment Editor In the wake of the election, many different entertainment outlets have taken stances when it comes to a response to the results of the election.  The outcome shocked many, especially hosts of popular talk shows such as Stephen Colbert, Trever Noah, and Seth Meyers.  Similarly, Saturday Night…

You’re Hired

Anna Brecher, Editor-in-Chief   Donald Trump’s election as the next President of the United States was unforeseen, shocking Greenwich High School students in the early morning hours of Wednesday, November 9th, when the final results were tallied. Michigan, Wisconsin, Florida, and Pennsylvania were the key determinants as to who would…