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Not so Super Tuesday

Maggie Inglesby, Staff Writer

March 11, 2020

By Maggie Inglesby This week on the 2020 Election That Seems Like it Really Should Almost Be Over But Still Has Nine Months Left (or ETHLRSABOBSHNMLTM for short), the long-awaited Super Tuesday finally happened. Alabama, Arkansas, ...

Mr. Bland: Far from bland

Cassidy Davenport, Staff Writer

March 9, 2020

By Cassidy Davenport Gilbert T. Bland was born in the period of segregation and Jim Crow laws, a time in America where white and black people mixing was often frowned upon, and African Americans were faced with severe discr...

Planet TOI 1338 B discovered only three days into an internship by NY high school student

Dylan Stanford, Staff Writer

January 22, 2020

By Dylan Stanford Scarsdale High school student Wolf Cukier concluded his junior year by spending his summer interning at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md., where within the first three days he discove...

The Page’s tops of the decade

The Page Staff, Co-Editor

December 18, 2019

As the end of the decade approaches, The Page compiled a Top 10s and Top 15s list of various topics for this decade.  These lists are NOT in any ranked order, and the numbering does not mean anything other than to show the To...

American Music Awards is full of talent, surprises, and drama

Emma Niland, Staff Writer

December 4, 2019

By Emma Niland Despite the smallest TV audience and lowest ratings in its history, this year’s American Music Awards (AMAs) was anything but a disappointment. Held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, the awards show was a ho...

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