Senior Profiles
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Senior Profiles

By ALISON PARK (sophomore) and RISHABH KAPOOR (senior) This year, we asked the class of 2016’s most decorated athletes to share the stories behind their overwhelming success. As these prolific graduates begin their college careers, the awards that they leave behind will inspire future JP athletes to perform with the same level of commitment and … Continue reading

Kobe’s Farewell
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Kobe’s Farewell

By ADARSSH NAGARAJAN Kobe Bryant’s last game of his 20-year career in the NBA could not have gone any better. Crippled in recent years by various incapacitating injuries, Bryant turned his farewell game into “The Kobe Bryant Show,” scoring 60 points and leading the Los Angeles Lakers to a comeback win against the Utah Jazz, … Continue reading

Watch LAX in IMAX
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Watch LAX in IMAX

By AVI SURA, sophomore Facing competition from schools around the state, the JP Stevens boys and girls varsity lacrosse teams tackle new obstacles in their fervor to improve not only individually, but as a team.  Whether they win or lose, both teams take each game as a learning experience, for there is always an aspect … Continue reading

Digging In
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Digging In

By ROHAN ROY Ever since the boys volleyball program at JP Stevens started, the Hawks have beat every team in the county except for one, the Saint Joseph Falcons of Metuchen. After 64 matches of frustration, disappointment, and anger, the boys decided this season was going to be one to remember. Entering the game with … Continue reading

Ready, Set, Rio!
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Ready, Set, Rio!

By SAM CHEN It’s that time of quadrennial year again. As the summer of 2016 quickly approaches, students’ thoughts begin to wander toward relaxation and freedom. But the real highlight of this summer will be marked by an immense, unique celebration all the way in South America. In under two months, the fanfare will sound, … Continue reading