Baby Got Track
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Baby Got Track

By ALISON PARK, sophomore Rain or shine, the boys and girls spring track and field teams are known for always giving their all to their sport, regardless of challenges that they face on the track. In fact, a key to success for this sport is the ability to easily adapt to various weather conditions, which … Continue reading

Softballs Aren’t Soft
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Softballs Aren’t Soft

By JENNA YAN, sophomore With the softball season coming to a close, the Lady Hawks make for one final push to the end. And while JP Stevens ended the season with a victorious, 15-3 record, they garnered great accomplishments this year, including winning the title of Red Division champions for the second time with a … Continue reading

Slamming Poetry
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Slamming Poetry

By ANDREA QUISPE Students gathered on April 21 in the auditorium to attend the 2nd Annual Poetry Slam, an event where students of all grades performed inspirational and powerful poems written by themselves. Members of the school’s Speak-out-Poetry Club and the Future 10 program, a club organized by JP Stevens administrators and teachers, formed a … Continue reading

JPS Gets Jazzy
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JPS Gets Jazzy

By ROHAN MEKALA The JP Stevens Band program is known throughout as one of the most rigorous, competitive and demanding music programs in the state. On May 18th; however, the JP Stevens Lab Jazz (lower ensemble) and Top Jazz ensemble took a step back from their usual competitive demeanor to deliver a lighter yet just … Continue reading

United Against ALS
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United Against ALS

By KELLY CHEN Students, alumni, teachers, and parents all gathered in the auditorium on June 2 for the choir’s annual ALS benefit concert, SerenAIDe. Since its inception in 2005, SerenAIDe has allowed students to showcase their musical talent in order to raise money for ALS awareness. The event was established to assist Mrs. Wions, the … Continue reading