Girls Track Sprints to Victory

By Areeg Naeem’15 In the interest of full disclosure, Areeg Naeem’15 is on the track team. Amid joyous cheers and shouts, the girls’ track team placed third at the Brooklyn Borough Championships and did just as well in the Freshman/Sophomore Championships, placing eighth in the freshman division and second in the sophomore division on February 22 and March 2. “We did very well,” said the … Continue reading Girls Track Sprints to Victory

Boys Basketball Misses Shot at Championship

By Jesse Grossman ‘15 In the interest of full disclosure, Jesse Grossman plays for the Varsity Boys’ Basketball team. After a successful regular season and a one-point win in the first round of the playoffs, the Boys’ Varsity Basketball team’s quest for the city championship ended as they lost to Bedford Academy on March 4. “We had a great season. We all played our part … Continue reading Boys Basketball Misses Shot at Championship

Girls Softball Aims for Stronger Season

By Kenny Isufi ‘15 Ames Bartels ‘15 Beginning with Madison High School on March 18, Hornets Softball hopes for a better season after winning a disappointing four out of fourteen games last year. At 4-10, the Hornets finished second to last in their division, missing the playoffs. The team lost eight straight games after winning their first game by forfeit, according to PSAL statistics. They … Continue reading Girls Softball Aims for Stronger Season

Boys Tennis Off to a Rough Start

By Johnny Warn’15 and Billy Chen’15 After a 1-9 season due to poor weather conditions and injuries last year, the boy’s tennis team is looking to redeem themselves this season by making the cut. These factors limit the amount of practice the boys were able to carry out. However, the team is looking forward to a better season this year despite their previous records. “It … Continue reading Boys Tennis Off to a Rough Start

Girls Tennis Excited for New Season

Rana Salem ‘15 & Vlada Nakhbo ‘15 Tryouts for the girl’s tennis team may be over, but the excitement of a new season has only begun. Eight returning players are ready to compete, mentor the new players and create a united team. “We have a lot of new girls, but I think this is going to be a strong season,” said Robyn Nagourney ‘14, the … Continue reading Girls Tennis Excited for New Season

Tournament Raises Money for Cancer Research

By Taylor Farrell’15 Midwood Seniors said goodbye in their last basketball game on February 22 at the 2014 Cancer vs. Coaches tournament and senior day. Both were a great success in raising an outstanding total for the KWYOW Foundation. KWYOW is a foundation that helps with cancer research and funding. Admission was $6 for adults and $3 for children, and food, drinks, and socks were … Continue reading Tournament Raises Money for Cancer Research

There’s an App for that, you know?

By Amy Donovan’15 and Sophia Liano’15 Apps are great for many things like finding destinations, studying, and even satisfying the craving for a virtual milkshake. It seems like there is an app for everything these days. Apple’s App Store contains 24 categories with something for everyone including apps for books, business, games, lifestyle, and the weather. According to forbes.com, the App Store has about 1 … Continue reading There’s an App for that, you know?

KJC Club Teaches Various Languages

By Joanne Lee ’15 New members eagerly shuffled their way into the clubroom, grabbing a seat and getting ready to learn Korean, Japanese, or Chinese. The members meet on every Thursday in room 404 after school. The KJC Club is a newly created club meant to teach those who are interested in learning these languages. The officers who run this club are Jennifer Phu ‘17, … Continue reading KJC Club Teaches Various Languages