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

Boys volleyball ends with 2nd-round loss

John O’Neill May 28, 2014

On May 14, the boys varsity volleyball team defeated the Franklin D. Roosevelt Cougars in the first round of the “A” Division playoffs on their home court, marking the Hawks’ first home playoff match...

Girls wrestling misses playoffs

Natalie Gomez May 28, 2014

The girls wrestling team finished sixth in their second season in the Skyline Division, with a four-win and five-lose record. Despite its penultimate loss to Wingate Educational Campus High School on May...

Girls handball had a ball this season

Catherine Ng May 28, 2014

This spring season, the girls handball team reached new heights. Though they ended their season on May 15 with a playoff loss against Forest Hills High School, a school they had defeated twice in the regular...

Baseball continues winning

Alexa Luciano May 28, 2014
The boys baseball team defeated RFK in the fifth inning by mercy rule. Such games have helped to increase the team’s confidence for the playoff season ahead.

New SU Board elected

Poonam Dass and Raya Kazdan May 28, 2014
The THHS community once again elected its Student Union Board members for the 2014-2015 school year. Juniors Karen Su and Harry Petsios were elected as President and Vice President, respectively. Chosen to lead each grade were junior Nina Leeds as Senior Class President, sophomore Sherin Shibu as Junior Class President, and freshman Alex Chen as Sophmen Class President.

Los Chilitos serves up muy buenos tacos

Sabrina Yu May 28, 2014

The search for cheap, authentic, filling eats can be a struggle. However, Los Chilitos provides filling gourmet Mexican food for a low budget, and who could say no to that? Los Chilitos is a Mexican...

City as Canvas

Jason Lalljee May 28, 2014

Carlo McCormick documents the archival work of artist Martin Wong in his recently published book, City as Canvas. Wong’s works leap off the page in the exhibit of the same name, currently at the Museum...

What to watch this summer

Deborah Chai May 28, 2014
Summertime is just around the corner so you know what that means: staying inside and binge-watching all the shows that you’ve been dying to watch!

Editorial: Let seniors opt out of AP exams

The Editors May 28, 2014

As of now, all Harrisites are required to take two APs: World History and U.S. History. Most students end up taking 4 or 5 APs by the time they graduate. But what the seniors have come to discover this...

Saying the Pledge of Allegiance is worthy of your effort

Harry Petsios May 28, 2014

  MORNINGS at Townsend Harris often follow a very stringent path: several flights of stairs, a brief locker visit, and the phrase “Please stand to honor our country and our flag.” Even in...

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