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Catwoman Prevails

By SAANVI NARULA, freshman ON MARCH 25, Mr. JPS took place in the auditorium with a completely sold-out show. This event has been an ongoing tradition at JP Stevens for several years, but in-person productions were put on hold due to the pandemic. The doors opened at 6:30 PM, and the show lasted from 7 … Continue reading


A Holly Jolly Lighting

By LAASYA UDAPA, junior THE EDISON CHRISTMAS TREE Lighting Ceremony occurred on December 1, 2021, at the Edison Light Tower. This significant ceremony, which involved exciting performances from the skillful JP Stevens Brass Band and the talented JP Stevens Chamber Choir, was a rousing success, with many viewers commenting on the amount of fun they … Continue reading


D.C. Fun With Orchestra

By GRACY BHARDWAJ, senior IN NOVEMBER, the JPS Chamber Orchestra performed in Washington D.C.  with the talented and esteemed symphony orchestra of the Catholic University of  America (CUA). The piece performed by the high school and university students was an introduction of “La Gazza Ladra” by Gioachino Rossini. The chamber orchestra played in conjunction with the university orchestra  to … Continue reading


In Their Best Interest

By SYONA BHANDARI, junior FOR CENTURIES, Western nations have established a global order that they maintain through trade and military enforcement. If developing countries attempt to strengthen their own military in order to limit their dependence on Western nations, they would disrupt this system. The militarization of developing countries undermines the global order, causes detrimental … Continue reading