By Ryan Magill Center Moriches High School “Athena loves to ask the question ‘why,’” said her father, Ricardo. “She does not accept the status quo or leave things as they are. She likes to question why things are the way
By Coby Shapiro Commack High School With a focus on entertainment and headline news up until now, 16-year-old Janet Song is ready to explore other aspects of journalism that she has never experienced. “I work for the school paper as
After exploring the world in the pages of a book Madison Callinan wants to now explore the world as a photojournalist.
Many have multiple passions in life, but for Grace Anne McKenna, journalism is all she really strives for.
At age 17, Brandon Ortega has already begun to focus on the field he admires most.
Jack McShane grew up watching his father work as a WABC reporting news. Now he wants to work in the same field.
Maia Noah always loved to write. Growing up in Huntington, New York, with her three siblings, English was always her favorite subject in school.
Ebony Thompson’s love of journalism started during her elementary school years, when she recalls writing stories in a composition notebook.
By Sarah Graziano Saint John the Baptist Diocesan High School At the age of 12, Sydnee Johnson had a dream of being at the anchor desk. The senior at Preparatory Academy for Writers in Springfield Gardens and St. Albans native,
When he was 11 years old, Joseph Sweeney went into a movie and came out dreaming of being a journalist.