Volume 73, Issue 1 - Bronx N.Y


BY LOUIS RIVERA '20 - ASSISTANT NEWS EDITOR - 

With the Federal Communication Commission's changes to net neutrality, teachers’ and students’ school lives can change for the worse. Internet service providers (ISP) can make deals with websites and companies to favor their businesses in internet service plans. If an ISP makes a deal with a website competing with a teacher’s preferred site, the website will have priority, and if the ISP truly wanted, it could place a paywall behind the teacher’s preferred site. The new net-neutrality rules reveal how we have taken the free use of...

 

HAYES NEWS

HAYES’ SUCCESSFUL SEASON EVEN WITHOUT THE DREAM ENDING

BY TOYLOY BROWN III '18  -  EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

For any follower of the Catholic High School Football League (CHSFL), it is easy to define Cardinal Hayes’ success by their improved winning percentage. Their .800 winning percentage is an improvement from their previous winning percentage of .615. The Cardinals started...

CARDINAL HAYES GOES TO JAPAN: LAND OF THE RISING SUN

    “I hope you’re ready to be on a plane for 16 hours”—one of the last things I heard before meeting with my fellow Hayesmen in the Newark International Airport at 3:00 a.m. I thought that I could handle such a long flight because I had previously been on a plane for a couple of hours heading to Georgia and Florida...

WAKANDA FOREVER!

BY TRAVIS BROOKS '19  - REPORTER - 

Black Panther, directed and co-written by Ryan Coogler, is the break out film of the year. Similar to the Black Panther Party of 1966, Marvel’s Black Panther and the Kingdom of Wakanda have themes of Afrocentricity and Black autonomy. Viewers entered the theater with high expectations for Chadwick Boseman’s ...

 
 
 

 

“NAH, WE DID THAT, BLACK-OWNED THINGS”


BY L’HUSSEN DEKOLIA TOURE '20  - EDITOR IN CHIEF -

Rap serves as a vehicle into complex dialogues of issues that impact black communities in a way that is native and consumable. Jay-Z is someone who uses the art of rap as a political device: convincing the black persona to develop black confidence in a way that is subversive. Jay-Z knows his audience, and in analyzing the devices Jay-Z uses to convey his message, we find effective counters to stereotypical perceptions of the Black family.