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Beyoncé’s Super Bowl Performance Upsets and Inspires

Arianne Valderrama

March 9, 2016

Filed under Features

As you may have seen during this year’s Super Bowl performance, Beyoncé basically blew the crowd away while also making a social statement that resulted in public outrage. The #BlackLivesMatter movement has been prominent ...

How One Man Changes the World, One Human at a Time

Gabi Horton

March 9, 2016

Filed under Features, Top Stories

HONY. Humans of New York. Whatever you may call it, many people have heard of this social experience in form of blog or book. Sixteen million followers on Facebook. Five million on Instagram. Three hundred thousand on Twitter. Th...

More Than Just the Trap

Andres Sandoval

March 4, 2016

Filed under Features, Music

Trap is a colloquialism for a place where people sell or use drugs. “Trap rap” is a term typically associated with  rappers who glorify a lifestyle that consists of “trapping,” and anything that naturally comes along with...

‘Senioritis’ Aiborne in Verona

Julianne Sullivan

January 21, 2016

Filed under Features

I can’t think of a good introduction for this article and I really don’t feel like thinking of one. Why? Senioritis. It’s everywhere and it's spreading fast, especially in the cold winter months. Seniors are finishing a...

“New Year, New Me”

Liana Calandra

January 20, 2016

Filed under Features

With a new year, comes new goals and resolutions.  Something about the new year encourages people to change themselves for the better.  Many feel that a new year is like a clean slate for opening new doors and starting anew.  ...

Tips for Getting Motivated for School

Julia Capuano

January 19, 2016

Filed under Features

If you're a senior, you’re hearing back from colleges right about now. Once you’ve gotten that letter of acceptance, high school motivation kind of goes down the toilet. Or maybe you're an underclassmen who is sick of school, in which...

What Might Be Making You SAD

Sarah Yauch

January 19, 2016

Filed under Features

As the temperature quickly dropped and gray clouds begin to cover the sun, you probably find yourself revisiting summer memories and longing for warmer weather. When you walk outside, the wintry-bitter air hits you like a brick and y...

VHS Students Turn to Classical Music for Studying

Heather Malfettano

January 19, 2016

Filed under Features

Every day, students are expected to study the material that they have learned throughout the course of the day. I am no exception; I study as much as I can, whenever I can. And like many people, I listen to music while I study...

Finstagram Taking VHS Students By Storm

Arianne Valderrama

December 2, 2015

Filed under Features

What is Finstagram? If you have a finsta, does that make you, like, totally cool? Actually, yes. Yes it does. Finstagram, or finsta for short, is a mixture of ‘Fake’ and ‘Instagram’. People who have finsta’ get the accoun...

Music’s Role in VHS Students’ Routine

Caroline Kirnan

November 13, 2015

Filed under Features

While walking around Verona High School, it is not uncommon to see teens connected to their headphones. Have you ever wondered what they are listening to? Fetty Wap? Avicii? Luke Bryan? Who knows, but depending on what they are ...

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