Sophomores Display Projects at Science Fair

By Sumaya Ahmed ‘18 & Ashley Masih ‘18          The stage was set for the sophomore researchers as they present their projects for all of the research students to see.          Sophomore researchers were brought to the present on May 24 for the annual science fair. Coordinated by Mr. Glenn Elert, the presenters each had a project that research teachers Ms. Shaniece Mosley and Ms. Stacy … Continue reading Sophomores Display Projects at Science Fair

College Office Offers Help With Applications

It’s go time, Juniors! College applications are around the corner so here’s the rundown about the whole process. First things first: take a breath. The whole process can be overwhelming so it is okay to take a breather while you prepare for the next step in your life. “Perhaps the most stressful year out of my four years here at Midwood would be my final … Continue reading College Office Offers Help With Applications

UNICEF Video Celebrates Student Diversity

By Ashley Masih ‘18 & Abiha Naqvi ‘18          Unicef created an uplifting video with Film Club to celebrate diversity in the school.            The filming took place in room 313 after school. Unicef was striving to portray themes of individuality and self- empowerment. They wanted to show how Midwood encompasses a variety of students with different characteristics. Savlatjon Rahmatulloev ‘18, president of Unicef club said, “Diversity … Continue reading UNICEF Video Celebrates Student Diversity

Modern Art Meets Cinema at the Whitney

By Ashley Masih ‘18 Dreamlands is an exhibit in which modern art meets cinema it was open from October 28, 2016 to February 5, 2017. The Whitney Museum of American Art is an art museum located in Manhattan, specifically in the West Village/Meatpacking District. Its address is 99 Gansevoort St, New York, NY 10014. It was moved from a previous location in the Upper East … Continue reading Modern Art Meets Cinema at the Whitney

Ocean Science Team Prepares for Competiton

By Ashley Masih ‘18 and Kareem Ibrahim ‘18 As February quickly approaches, the Ocean Science team is preparing for their next big competition. Ocean Science is an academic competition focusing on topics such as biology, chemistry, physics and geology within the school where they meet three times a week. They prepare to compete in regional tournaments as qualifiers for nationals. “The team is very dedicated … Continue reading Ocean Science Team Prepares for Competiton

It’s The Most Wonderful Time of The Year.. Ice Skating Opportunities Abound

By Danielle Miranova ‘18 and Ashley Masih ‘18 As winter and the holidays are upon us, many people want to do winter themed activities such as ice skating. There are many different ice skating attractions in New York. Popular ice skating rinks such as Rockefeller Center, Bryant Park, LeFrak Center and Aviator are packed during the winter season.         Yan Liu ‘18 said, “ice skating … Continue reading It’s The Most Wonderful Time of The Year.. Ice Skating Opportunities Abound

Biomed Society Offers Entree to Medical Field

By Ashley Masih ‘18 Information about the medical field and different tracks within the field are exposed to students in the Biomed society under the advisor, Ms. Mardee Goodwin According to the Princeton Review, the science combines the fields of medicine and biology to emphasize the health of animals and humans. President of the club, Nicky Chan ‘17, explains that he plans to “create lectures … Continue reading Biomed Society Offers Entree to Medical Field