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

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

The Classic

April 2013 Archive

News/Features

  1. 2013-2014 bell schedule under review, major changes likely
  2. The Bee gets an ‘A’ from audiences and participants
  3. Mayoral candidates talk jobs, education at QC debate
  4. Poll: 1 in 10 regularly refrain from pledging their allegiance
  5. Harrislam slams contenders at 2013 MIST NY
  6. Talents on display at fundraising show for Haiti
  7. Japanese sister school returns
  8. Robotics team triumphant
  9. Queens College implements new security policies after robbery
  10. Gatsby at THHS

Opinion

  1. Steubenville rape conviction raises legitimate questions about Media priorities
  2. Something sinister about left-handed biases
  3. Putting our money where our mouth is on family values
  4. A new hope in the Vatican? A view on Pope Francis
  5. Forgive, don’t forget ethical lapses of sports “heroes”
  6. Should we take North Korea more seriously?

Arts & Entertainment

  1. “42″ offers unsettling and inspiring look at the life and times of Jackie Robinson
  2. Italian vs. Italian-American
  3. Animated short films: why take two hours to tell a story?
  4. Little to rage at in new novel
  5. Finish homework before midnight with new technology
  6. Spring Fashion: Denim and Army Green

Sports

  1. Girls varsity wrestling debuts, makes NYC history
  2. Baseball team shines bright on diamond with 7-4 win
  3. Champions League features world’s top clubs & players
  4. Senior TJ Ritter leads baseball in his twelfth athletic season
  5. Forgive, don’t forget ethical lapses of sports “heroes”
  6. Track season begins with windy weather

Web Exclusive

  1. Should we take North Korea more seriously?
  2. Track season begins with windy weather
  3. Spring Fashion: Denim and Army Green
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