Review: Divide by Ed Sheeran

Alison Jackson, Assistant Copy Editor

February 11, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Review

If you would have told me one year ago that in several months, everyone—including myself—would enjoy listening to Irish folk music, I definitely would not have believed you whatsoever. However, this was before March 2017, whe...

MacDuffie’s Last Jedi

MacDuffie’s Last Jedi

January 28, 2018

Give Tofu a Chance

Varona Maysonet-Ayala, Managing Editor

January 23, 2018

Filed under Opinion

I like tofu. There! There, I said it. I know your immediate thoughts most likely include, “Tofu? Disgusting! The texture! The taste!” and so many other unfair judgments. Now, hear me out—It’s good. Tofu, also known...

Coach, I just want to hoop

Dollar Zhu, Editor-in-Chief

January 14, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Showcase, Sports

Defend. Rebound. Fast break. I give it all I’ve got in the counterattack, sprinting to the other side of the court. When I stop at the corner on the edge of the three-point line, I call for the pass. I am wide open. The defe...

Review Writing: Red Robin

Sarah Scott, Social Media Editor

January 14, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Review

Have you ever caught a glimpse of a Red Robin commercial, maybe even have gotten the catchy jingle stuck in your head,  and still haven't tried their food? I suggest that it's time you do; there are many more attributes to the...

NBA Super Teams: Good or Bad look for the league?

John Bella-Hunter, Senior Staff Writer

December 18, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Sports

The NBA regular season has officially started, which means that fans of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors can turn their televisions off. Because of their All-Star-studded rosters, these two teams have faced each...

Movie Review: It

Ismael Massoud, Senior Staff Writer

December 10, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Review

After watching Stephen King’s thriller It, I don’t know if red balloons will ever look the same to me. A movie in which a clown is the main antagonist may not seem really enticing, but this isn’t an ordinary clown, and some...

Embracing Hispanic Heritage Month at MacDuffie

Varona Maysonet-Ayala, Managing Editor and Senior Staff Writer

October 5, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

The MacDuffie School, a hotbed of diversity and cultural exchange, has yet another opportunity to celebrate its students with the advent of Hispanic Heritage Month. Our community has already seen surges of celebration with the ...

In Defense of Happy Birthday, and Other Musings- Letter From the Editor: June

Cassidy Polga, Editor-in-Chief

June 2, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Hello, all, It has been awhile since I last wrote those words, due in part to the onslaught of AP exams and final projects-who knew that teachers actually do milk every last drop of time in students’ final weeks?-which blew...

A Look at the “Dress” in Dress Code

Alexis Chapin, Managing Editor

May 31, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Graduation is roughly one week and a half away, and seniors are making a final, stressful push to make sure they’re prepared for the end of the year. No, not just studying for exams, but shopping for clothes: getting their requ...