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The Student-Run Newspaper of Townsend Harris High School at Queens College

The Classic

The Student-Run Newspaper of Townsend Harris High School at Queens College

The Classic

Kicking off a fortieth anniversary countdown with The Classic’s spring fundraiser

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The editors of The Classic are selling spring Classic apparel to kick off a yearlong fundraising drive to celebrate this publication’s fortieth anniversary (the first edition of the newspaper was published in 1984 when the new THHS first opened). The Classic will officially turn forty in December.

See the link below if you want to buy a shirt or contribute:

Support The Classic’s Spring Fundraiser here.

In addition, this year The Classic has formed a business team that is working on promoting the accomplishments of our journalists. If you’d like to sign up to get the team’s newsletter and other relevant Classic information, please fill out this form.

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Your donation will support the student journalists of The Classic. Your contribution will allow us to purchase equipment, support our extracurricular events, celebrate our staff, print the paper periodically, and cover our annual website hosting costs.

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Isabel Jagsaran, Editor-in-Chief
Isabel is a senior at Townsend Harris High School. She enjoys exploring new recipes, listening to a plethora of music genres, and kindly asking her friends to take pictures of her. Her favorite memories with The Classic involve bonding with her fellow editors in places like Boston and Albany.
Carina Fucich, Editor-in-Chief
Carina Fucich is a senior at Townsend Harris High School. She loves to play sports and solve puzzles in her free time. Her favorite memory of The Classic is going to Albany to talk to legislators.
Sadeea Morshed, Editor-in-Chief
Sadeea Morshed is a senior at Townsend Harris High School. She loves to dance and watch cheesy romcoms in her free time. When she's not editing Classic articles, you might find her with a book in hand or turning the volume up on an old Bollywood song. She's beyond excited to work on another amazing year of The Classic with everyone!
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