Check out the second episode of The Bullhorn's Podcast Series:

Real Talk, No Bull; Hosted by Filippa Lombana

Over the past few months, former President Donald Trump has seemingly gone back to living in a government establishment, only this time it is courthouses instead of the White House.

By Sofia Doucette

AP News

Tabbie Brovner & Victoria Cornet Present:

Milan Fashion Week 2024

wdhd.com

The world’s biggest stage was set, Super Bowl 58 would be a rematch of the same two powerhouses that graced national television just four years prior.

By Jotham Kriakos

Warner Bros. Pictures

A Review on the Witty, Action-Packed, and Uniquely Mexican Movie

By Tais Soto-Vaca

The Completely Pointless Debate of Taylor Swift vs. Beyonce

By Caelyn Osbern

Broadway.com

Merrily We Roll Along is a musical gem that takes its audience on a heartfelt journey through time, friendship, and the pursuit of dreams. With its captivating melodies, poignant storytelling, and an exceptional cast, this production stands as a true Broadway masterpiece.

By Alex Scotti

WikiCommons

The upcoming months of movie releases hold promise, and film enthusiasts have much to look forward to. The upcoming releases offer a blend of entertainment, ideas, and creativity that will surely captivate audiences and contribute greatly to the current cinematic landscape.

By Fernanda Sieber

Lili Sposato

Mr. Hawthorn has had a very lasting effect on the entire Leman Manhattan community, but as he moves on to other opportunities, the Leman community reflects on the legacy he has left and bids him farewell.

By Tabbie Brovner & Jotham Kriakos

Chat GPT’s new update includes several improvements to the general interaction with the AI. Open AI has only spent 6 months improving GPT, but has added the ability to analyze images and create system commands allowing the user to manipulate some of the traditional rules of the conversation .

By Quinn Peacock

Have you ever wondered about the materials in your clothes? Where they were made, who made them, and whether there are risks to wearing them? Although the risk is still not clear to most experts yet, toxic chemicals have been found in hundreds of products and clothing bought off the racks and clothing websites worldwide.

By Blair Walsh

With the growing popularity of social media, it is essential that teenagers understand their personal boundaries, and when necessary... get off.

By Kareem McLeod

Camila Passos

A new breakthrough in nuclear technology delivers hope for a future powered by fusion.

By Joseph Pazmino Larco

Scientists have developed a way to control lightning strikes using lasers.

By Jasper Dratt

Maya Jess

The 2023 Golden Globes viewership was the lowest since NBC started broadcasting the awards in 1996.

By Genevieve Shibilo

The annual dance invites students to come out and celebrate coming together to have a good time. With the success of last year’s dance and the boat party earlier in the year, students were excited to return to a night of fun.

By Sara Sajjad

Lucas Paulino

Meeting the passionate coaches and players on the Leman Girls Varsity Basketball team and seeing the progress they have had this season.

By Eliana Friedman

Léman’s winter Varsity swim team has had a great start to their 2022-2023 swim season. With the coed swim team a part of two leagues (the ISAL and the ACIS), the team has had eight meets this year.

By Eliana Friedman

Public Domain

As the fight against climate change continues, world leaders have been meeting on future action and others’ lackluster response. This relates to

By Blair Walsh

Lili Sposato

An exclusive look into the early success of the Léman Boys Volleyball Team.

By Paloma Alonso

Mississippi Government passes new law, which people have coined the "Modren Jim Crow Law".

By Elizabeth Volpert

Michael Appleton/Mayoral Photography Office

There’s no way to ignore it: Online, across the globe, in our city, and unfortunately, even in our own community, antisemitism is spiking. This form of hatred isn’t new, and without a strong response, it will persist.

By Lev Feldsher

Lina (11th grade), the organizer of this year's blood drive walks you through a step-by-step guide with tips and tricks on how to host one yourself!

By Paulina Ytuarte

Lili Sposato

The abrupt resignation of the Lower School psychologist, Monique Ross, has forced Upper School counselors: J. Denise (JD) Fuller and Jillian Wolinsky, to split their time between the Lower and Upper schools. This current compromise has proven to be one that has had rippling effects on the Leman community.

By Sara Sajjad & Charli Reda

Lili Sposato

Book banning in 2023 is a serious problem and a clear threat on democracy. US States are banning books that silence LGBTQ+ voices and are passing on laws that are clearly hateful. This pride month, instead of silencing queer voices, let’s empower them by denouncing these hateful actions.

By Sofia Anna Zullo

Major crises, such as natural disasters and epidemics, have historically encouraged and inspired significant technological developments to happen as scientists challenge to overcome those global problems.

By Keito Orii

Colin Grant

Joe Biden and Donald Trump are running for president again this year and debates on whether they are too old are resurfacing in the media. This poses the question: should there be a maximum age limit to a presidential candidate?

By Sofia Anna Zullo

Is AI the future of Pop music?

By Victoria Cornet

Thanks to umami, the dining experience in the world today is more memorable and salivating than ever before.

By Keito Orii

Kendall Jenner's interaction with a homeless mother and daughter has ignited a heated debate. The incident has prompted discussions on issues of generosity, societal inequalities, and the influence of celebrities on society.

By Maya Beshir-Renard

Lili Sposato

The much-anticipated student government elections at Léman Manhattan came to a conclusion on May 24th, with a remarkable turnout and several close contests.

By Zander E Sargeant

WikiCommons

Behind his heroic contributions and astounding talents in mathematics, Alan Turning was forced to have a tragic life due to discrimination in society.

By Keito Orii

WikiCommons

Beginning on September 19th, just a 20 minute drive from the Leman Upper School, the United Nations met to discuss and debate this year’s critical issues.

By Elizabeth Volpert

Lili Sposato

Tracking the Léman track team as they fly through their season.

By Eliana Friedman

The White House is threatening to ban TikTok in the United States if the app does not separate from the Chinese company that owns it.

By Genevieve Coren

Samia Perez

Former President Donald Trump was arraigned on April 4th in New York City related to hush-money payments to an adult film actress with whom he had an extramarital affair, in an event that left an impact on New York City and could prove consequential in his bid for the Republican nomination in 2024.

By Brandon Curo

Despite Republicans’ expectancy to sweep Congress, Democrats were able to stand their ground. Now the outcome of major laws including abortion rights, as well as the 2024 elections, are going to be affected.

By Sofia Doucette

U.S. House Office of Photography

New York Republican Congressman George Santos can't seem to keep the truth straight as he refuses to step down from office amid massive lying scandal.

By Tabbie Brovner

The world is shocked after the unexpected death of Victoria Lee, the 18-year-old MMA prodigy.

By Paloma Alonso

Maya Jess

With the attempted destruction of the Mona Lisa and protest surrounding the Girl with a Pearl Earring, this year there have been countless attacks on different iconic masterpieces by climate change activists.

By Victoria Cornet

With the sensitive nature of the subjects taught in health class: drugs, alcohol, tobacco, sexual health/education, nutrition, mental health, and mental disorders, it begs the question of whether students should be exposed to them and when should students learn about this - Middle school or High school?

By Sofia Anna Zullo

@Sonya_Illustration on Instagram

Woman, Life, Freedom: amidst all the protests, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi boldly claims that women are free and safe in Iran. But is that really the case?

By Asal Tavakkoli

Darya Majidi

An interview with Darya Majidi, an Italian-Iranian who had to leave Iran because of the revolution. She is not only a successful entrepreneur with her own company, but in the last few years she has also dedicated herself to activism for human rights, and in particular advocating for Iranian women.

By Sofia Anna Zullo

A common sci-fi trope is to have humanoid robots take over humanity through uncontrolled development, but is that possible? Recent developments in AI are getting closer, yet there is still a long way to go.

By Joseph Pazmino Larco

Broadway is beloved by all and is known for its flashy dance numbers, entrancing songs, and meaningful performances. But what happens when these things run dry and are overtaken by repetitiveness in shows that are more well-known? Can we find a way to bring Broadway’s shine back, or is it destined to be overtaken?

By Caelyn Osbern

This past fortnight had the tristate area on a wild geological rollercoaster. An earthquake, then an eclipse! Many wondered if the end of time was approaching, but I am glad to let you know that it is not the end of time. Don’t take it from me, take it from science!

By Tais Soto-Vaca

Lev Feldsher

The discovery of multiple swastikas throughout our school building once again is simply horrifying. As a Jewish student navigating an already difficult time with an extreme rise of anti-semitism and anti-Jewish hate, I want to be able to feel safe in my school community, but unfortunately, I don’t.

By Lev Feldsher

Léman students and staff members discuss Black History Month's meaning and importance, and how they have chosen to celebrate.

By Nola Lee

WikiCommons

The sport of Formula 1 is always about expecting the unexpected. This offseason has really put that notion to the test as avid fans everywhere were shocked at the news of seven time champion Lewis Hamilton’s departure from Mercedes and his decision to switch to Ferrari in 2025.

By Paloma Alonso

Why can we not remember everything we try to remember?

By Keito Orii

WikiCommons

“Suozzi took back the seat he held for 6 years before Santos, which has narrowed the gap between Republicans and Democrats in the House of Representatives; now a close 219 - 213. This could be a significant aid to the Democrats in the November elections”.

By Elizabeth Volpert

Nikki Haley was a republican candidate for the 2024 presidential election. Prior to a few weeks ago, she was competing with former President Trump to become the republican nominee.

By Genevieve Coren

The Hunger Games movies deal with a notion that has been familiar to humans for millennia; survival of the fittest.

By Paloma Alonso

The IB, International Baccalaureate, is a rigorous program which students here at Léman as well as many schools in the United States and internationally take to challenge themselves and pursue their interests. As sophomores make their IB course selections within the next few weeks, here is a rundown.

By Blair Walsh

Lili Sposato

In a powerful display of advocacy, students at Léman Manhattan came together on Monday, February 12, 2024, in a silent protest organized by the Black Student Union (BSU) to denounce the use of slurs and derogatory language against minorities within the school community.

By Zander E Sargeant

Leman Fine Arts

A look at the Winner and Highlights of the Léman 2024 Film Festival.

By Samia Perez

Lili Sposato

In a thought-provoking event at Léman Manhattan Preparatory School, Yusef Salaam, one of the Exonerated Five, formerly known as the Central Park Five, presented his compelling story and shed light on the injustices he endured.

By Zander E Sargeant

Michael Johnson

All across the city, schools in nearly every borough have opened their doors and classrooms to new students from across the world. And it hasn’t been easy.

By Nola Lee

Wiki Commons

The Grammy’s are an awards ceremony held annually to celebrate the success of the music industry. The nominees are chosen by a prestigious organization called the Recording Academy, nominating artists in categories such as Best Artist, Best Album, Best Record, etc.

By Fernanda Sieber

In 2022, we saw our first major breakthrough of AI in mainstream society, with Chat GPT being released. Now, we are seeing how it is able to revolutionize the scientific community and our daily lives with its help in the new development of Lithium-ion batteries.

By Quinn Peacock

Genevieve Coren

Continuing a theatrical tradition at Léman, the Main Stage musical is back this Spring on February 29, March 1st, and 2nd with a production of Shrek the Musical!

By Genevieve Coren

Have you ever learned a fact about a subject that you thought you understood, that completely changed your perception of it? Well, this happens in the science world too. Just recently scientists have discovered that heat may not be the sole contributing factor to evaporation.

By Max Alchin

Leman Manhattan

"In my interview with Ms. Davis, the main message I got from her ambitions for middle school is that she is there to lead the way and extend a helping hand during this unique period in each student's education".

By Freya Malala

broadwaydirect.com

Colorful lights, tear jerking-songs, and a hilarious script; How to Dance in Ohio is the perfect embodiment of the modern-day musical.

By Tais Soto-Vaca

Josport

August 21st to November 1st, 72 days of passion, dedication, determination, happiness and sorrow.

By Julian Burdess

Sofia Doucette

One of the benefits of being a Léman student is having access to quality free lunch daily. However, a 2023 Bullhorn survey conducted with Léman’s students and staff found that 92% of Léman students and staff throw out at least a portion of their food.

By Sofia Doucette

History has been made on all fronts of the 2023 fall athletic season here at Leman.

By Paloma Alonso

Since the fare increase on all New York City transports, there was supposed to be an improvement in services however, has any improvement occurred at all?

By Sofia Anna Zullo

On September 24th, NFL and Taylor Swift fans lost their minds all over the internet

By Fernanda Sieber

The Leman cross country team emerged victorious from this season, outperforming all their competition in the ISAL league.

By Gwen Reusing

CBS News

Europe was the hottest place to be during this summer. The New York Times reports that Europe was the most visited summer destination by Americans, and also the warmest.

By Tais Soto-Vaca

Fun Fall cookies for all!

By Mark Shanker

Samia Perez

Did you know that music has a scientific side to it? Like most things in this world, music has a huge scientific basis. From Neuroscience to Physics, music is more than a simple catchy beat.

By Tais Soto-Vaca

Over the past few months, former President Donald Trump has seemingly gone back to living in a government establishment, only this time it is courthouses instead of the White House.

By Sofia Doucette

AP News

Lev Feldsher

The discovery of multiple swastikas throughout our school building once again is simply horrifying. As a Jewish student navigating an already difficult time with an extreme rise of anti-semitism and anti-Jewish hate, I want to be able to feel safe in my school community, but unfortunately, I don’t.

By Lev Feldsher

Why can we not remember everything we try to remember?

By Keito Orii

Nikki Haley was a republican candidate for the 2024 presidential election. Prior to a few weeks ago, she was competing with former President Trump to become the republican nominee.

By Genevieve Coren

The Hunger Games movies deal with a notion that has been familiar to humans for millennia; survival of the fittest.

By Paloma Alonso

The IB, International Baccalaureate, is a rigorous program which students here at Léman as well as many schools in the United States and internationally take to challenge themselves and pursue their interests. As sophomores make their IB course selections within the next few weeks, here is a rundown.

By Blair Walsh

Lili Sposato

In a powerful display of advocacy, students at Léman Manhattan came together on Monday, February 12, 2024, in a silent protest organized by the Black Student Union (BSU) to denounce the use of slurs and derogatory language against minorities within the school community.

By Zander E Sargeant

Lili Sposato

In a thought-provoking event at Léman Manhattan Preparatory School, Yusef Salaam, one of the Exonerated Five, formerly known as the Central Park Five, presented his compelling story and shed light on the injustices he endured.

By Zander E Sargeant

Wiki Commons

The Grammy’s are an awards ceremony held annually to celebrate the success of the music industry. The nominees are chosen by a prestigious organization called the Recording Academy, nominating artists in categories such as Best Artist, Best Album, Best Record, etc.

By Fernanda Sieber

In 2022, we saw our first major breakthrough of AI in mainstream society, with Chat GPT being released. Now, we are seeing how it is able to revolutionize the scientific community and our daily lives with its help in the new development of Lithium-ion batteries.

By Quinn Peacock

Genevieve Coren

Continuing a theatrical tradition at Léman, the Main Stage musical is back this Spring on February 29, March 1st, and 2nd with a production of Shrek the Musical!

By Genevieve Coren

Have you ever learned a fact about a subject that you thought you understood, that completely changed your perception of it? Well, this happens in the science world too. Just recently scientists have discovered that heat may not be the sole contributing factor to evaporation.

By Max Alchin

Is AI the future of Pop music?

By Victoria Cornet

Leman Manhattan

"In my interview with Ms. Davis, the main message I got from her ambitions for middle school is that she is there to lead the way and extend a helping hand during this unique period in each student's education".

By Freya Malala

Josport

August 21st to November 1st, 72 days of passion, dedication, determination, happiness and sorrow.

By Julian Burdess

History has been made on all fronts of the 2023 fall athletic season here at Leman.

By Paloma Alonso

Fun Fall cookies for all!

By Mark Shanker

Thanks to umami, the dining experience in the world today is more memorable and salivating than ever before.

By Keito Orii

Since the fare increase on all New York City transports, there was supposed to be an improvement in services however, has any improvement occurred at all?

By Sofia Anna Zullo

Kendall Jenner's interaction with a homeless mother and daughter has ignited a heated debate. The incident has prompted discussions on issues of generosity, societal inequalities, and the influence of celebrities on society.

By Maya Beshir-Renard

@Sonya_Illustration on Instagram

Woman, Life, Freedom: amidst all the protests, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi boldly claims that women are free and safe in Iran. But is that really the case?

By Asal Tavakkoli

Lili Sposato

The much-anticipated student government elections at Léman Manhattan came to a conclusion on May 24th, with a remarkable turnout and several close contests.

By Zander E Sargeant

WikiCommons

Behind his heroic contributions and astounding talents in mathematics, Alan Turning was forced to have a tragic life due to discrimination in society.

By Keito Orii

Major crises, such as natural disasters and epidemics, have historically encouraged and inspired significant technological developments to happen as scientists challenge to overcome those global problems.

By Keito Orii

Lina (11th grade), the organizer of this year's blood drive walks you through a step-by-step guide with tips and tricks on how to host one yourself!

By Paulina Ytuarte

Lili Sposato

The abrupt resignation of the Lower School psychologist, Monique Ross, has forced Upper School counselors: J. Denise (JD) Fuller and Jillian Wolinsky, to split their time between the Lower and Upper schools. This current compromise has proven to be one that has had rippling effects on the Leman community.

By Sara Sajjad & Charli Reda

Chat GPT’s new update includes several improvements to the general interaction with the AI. Open AI has only spent 6 months improving GPT, but has added the ability to analyze images and create system commands allowing the user to manipulate some of the traditional rules of the conversation .

By Quinn Peacock

Mississippi Government passes new law, which people have coined the "Modren Jim Crow Law".

By Elizabeth Volpert

WikiMedia Commons

Four teams left, all in the race for the crown jewel of European Football, the Champions League.

By Julian Burdess

Maya Jess

With the attempted destruction of the Mona Lisa and protest surrounding the Girl with a Pearl Earring, this year there have been countless attacks on different iconic masterpieces by climate change activists.

By Victoria Cornet

Have you ever wondered about the materials in your clothes? Where they were made, who made them, and whether there are risks to wearing them? Although the risk is still not clear to most experts yet, toxic chemicals have been found in hundreds of products and clothing bought off the racks and clothing websites worldwide.

By Blair Walsh

Camila Passos

A new breakthrough in nuclear technology delivers hope for a future powered by fusion.

By Joseph Pazmino Larco

Looking at Biden's State of the Union Address, including Biden's mentions of recovery from COVID, abortion, gun violence and the US's involvement in the Russia v Ukraine War.

By Elizabeth Volpert

Scientists have developed a way to control lightning strikes using lasers.

By Jasper Dratt

Wiki Commons

$350 million dollars spent in 30 days, $600 million dollars spent in eight months how did Todd Bohely and Chelsea FC spend so much but still fail?

By Julian Burdess

Florida Atlantic University (FAU) reaches Final Four for the first time in school history.

By Lucas Forwood

The world is shocked after the unexpected death of Victoria Lee, the 18-year-old MMA prodigy.

By Paloma Alonso

Public Domain

As the fight against climate change continues, world leaders have been meeting on future action and others’ lackluster response. This relates to

By Blair Walsh

A common sci-fi trope is to have humanoid robots take over humanity through uncontrolled development, but is that possible? Recent developments in AI are getting closer, yet there is still a long way to go.

By Joseph Pazmino Larco

Broadway is beloved by all and is known for its flashy dance numbers, entrancing songs, and meaningful performances. But what happens when these things run dry and are overtaken by repetitiveness in shows that are more well-known? Can we find a way to bring Broadway’s shine back, or is it destined to be overtaken?

By Caelyn Osbern

This past fortnight had the tristate area on a wild geological rollercoaster. An earthquake, then an eclipse! Many wondered if the end of time was approaching, but I am glad to let you know that it is not the end of time. Don’t take it from me, take it from science!

By Tais Soto-Vaca

WikiCommons

“Suozzi took back the seat he held for 6 years before Santos, which has narrowed the gap between Republicans and Democrats in the House of Representatives; now a close 219 - 213. This could be a significant aid to the Democrats in the November elections”.

By Elizabeth Volpert

Léman students and staff members discuss Black History Month's meaning and importance, and how they have chosen to celebrate.

By Nola Lee

WikiCommons

The sport of Formula 1 is always about expecting the unexpected. This offseason has really put that notion to the test as avid fans everywhere were shocked at the news of seven time champion Lewis Hamilton’s departure from Mercedes and his decision to switch to Ferrari in 2025.

By Paloma Alonso

Tabbie Brovner & Victoria Cornet Present:

Milan Fashion Week 2024

Colin Grant

Joe Biden and Donald Trump are running for president again this year and debates on whether they are too old are resurfacing in the media. This poses the question: should there be a maximum age limit to a presidential candidate?

By Sofia Anna Zullo

Leman Fine Arts

A look at the Winner and Highlights of the Léman 2024 Film Festival.

By Samia Perez

Michael Johnson

All across the city, schools in nearly every borough have opened their doors and classrooms to new students from across the world. And it hasn’t been easy.

By Nola Lee

wdhd.com

The world’s biggest stage was set, Super Bowl 58 would be a rematch of the same two powerhouses that graced national television just four years prior.

By Jotham Kriakos

broadwaydirect.com

Colorful lights, tear jerking-songs, and a hilarious script; How to Dance in Ohio is the perfect embodiment of the modern-day musical.

By Tais Soto-Vaca

Sofia Doucette

One of the benefits of being a Léman student is having access to quality free lunch daily. However, a 2023 Bullhorn survey conducted with Léman’s students and staff found that 92% of Léman students and staff throw out at least a portion of their food.

By Sofia Doucette

On September 24th, NFL and Taylor Swift fans lost their minds all over the internet

By Fernanda Sieber

The Leman cross country team emerged victorious from this season, outperforming all their competition in the ISAL league.

By Gwen Reusing

Warner Bros. Pictures

A Review on the Witty, Action-Packed, and Uniquely Mexican Movie

By Tais Soto-Vaca

The Completely Pointless Debate of Taylor Swift vs. Beyonce

By Caelyn Osbern

WikiCommons

Beginning on September 19th, just a 20 minute drive from the Leman Upper School, the United Nations met to discuss and debate this year’s critical issues.

By Elizabeth Volpert

CBS News

Europe was the hottest place to be during this summer. The New York Times reports that Europe was the most visited summer destination by Americans, and also the warmest.

By Tais Soto-Vaca

Broadway.com

Merrily We Roll Along is a musical gem that takes its audience on a heartfelt journey through time, friendship, and the pursuit of dreams. With its captivating melodies, poignant storytelling, and an exceptional cast, this production stands as a true Broadway masterpiece.

By Alex Scotti

Lili Sposato

Book banning in 2023 is a serious problem and a clear threat on democracy. US States are banning books that silence LGBTQ+ voices and are passing on laws that are clearly hateful. This pride month, instead of silencing queer voices, let’s empower them by denouncing these hateful actions.

By Sofia Anna Zullo

WikiCommons

The upcoming months of movie releases hold promise, and film enthusiasts have much to look forward to. The upcoming releases offer a blend of entertainment, ideas, and creativity that will surely captivate audiences and contribute greatly to the current cinematic landscape.

By Fernanda Sieber

Samia Perez

Did you know that music has a scientific side to it? Like most things in this world, music has a huge scientific basis. From Neuroscience to Physics, music is more than a simple catchy beat.

By Tais Soto-Vaca

Michael Appleton/Mayoral Photography Office

There’s no way to ignore it: Online, across the globe, in our city, and unfortunately, even in our own community, antisemitism is spiking. This form of hatred isn’t new, and without a strong response, it will persist.

By Lev Feldsher

Darya Majidi

An interview with Darya Majidi, an Italian-Iranian who had to leave Iran because of the revolution. She is not only a successful entrepreneur with her own company, but in the last few years she has also dedicated herself to activism for human rights, and in particular advocating for Iranian women.

By Sofia Anna Zullo

With the growing popularity of social media, it is essential that teenagers understand their personal boundaries, and when necessary... get off.

By Kareem McLeod

The White House is threatening to ban TikTok in the United States if the app does not separate from the Chinese company that owns it.

By Genevieve Coren

Lili Sposato

An exclusive look into the early success of the Léman Boys Volleyball Team.

By Paloma Alonso

Samia Perez

Former President Donald Trump was arraigned on April 4th in New York City related to hush-money payments to an adult film actress with whom he had an extramarital affair, in an event that left an impact on New York City and could prove consequential in his bid for the Republican nomination in 2024.

By Brandon Curo

Lili Sposato

Tracking the Léman track team as they fly through their season.

By Eliana Friedman

The people of Turkey and Syria recover their destructed land after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hits.

By Blair Walsh

U.S. House Office of Photography

New York Republican Congressman George Santos can't seem to keep the truth straight as he refuses to step down from office amid massive lying scandal.

By Tabbie Brovner

The recent release of Blonde and The Whale have inspired a conversation surrounding whether completely fictional or biographical stories resonate more with audiences, and the ethics of the biopic.

By Caelyn Osbern

Despite Republicans’ expectancy to sweep Congress, Democrats were able to stand their ground. Now the outcome of major laws including abortion rights, as well as the 2024 elections, are going to be affected.

By Sofia Doucette

With the sensitive nature of the subjects taught in health class: drugs, alcohol, tobacco, sexual health/education, nutrition, mental health, and mental disorders, it begs the question of whether students should be exposed to them and when should students learn about this - Middle school or High school?

By Sofia Anna Zullo

Maya Jess

The 2023 Golden Globes viewership was the lowest since NBC started broadcasting the awards in 1996.

By Genevieve Shibilo

Supreme Court

As the Supreme Court grapples with two cases presented before them on the issue of affirmative action, questions on the future of this fundamental policy and the validity of including race in college applications resurface.

By Brandon Curo

The annual dance invites students to come out and celebrate coming together to have a good time. With the success of last year’s dance and the boat party earlier in the year, students were excited to return to a night of fun.

By Sara Sajjad

Léman’s winter Varsity swim team has had a great start to their 2022-2023 swim season. With the coed swim team a part of two leagues (the ISAL and the ACIS), the team has had eight meets this year.

By Eliana Friedman

Lucas Paulino

Meeting the passionate coaches and players on the Leman Girls Varsity Basketball team and seeing the progress they have had this season.

By Eliana Friedman

Over the past few months, former President Donald Trump has seemingly gone back to living in a government establishment, only this time it is courthouses instead of the White House.

By Sofia Doucette

AP News

A common sci-fi trope is to have humanoid robots take over humanity through uncontrolled development, but is that possible? Recent developments in AI are getting closer, yet there is still a long way to go.

By Joseph Pazmino Larco

Broadway is beloved by all and is known for its flashy dance numbers, entrancing songs, and meaningful performances. But what happens when these things run dry and are overtaken by repetitiveness in shows that are more well-known? Can we find a way to bring Broadway’s shine back, or is it destined to be overtaken?

By Caelyn Osbern

This past fortnight had the tristate area on a wild geological rollercoaster. An earthquake, then an eclipse! Many wondered if the end of time was approaching, but I am glad to let you know that it is not the end of time. Don’t take it from me, take it from science!

By Tais Soto-Vaca

Lev Feldsher

The discovery of multiple swastikas throughout our school building once again is simply horrifying. As a Jewish student navigating an already difficult time with an extreme rise of anti-semitism and anti-Jewish hate, I want to be able to feel safe in my school community, but unfortunately, I don’t.

By Lev Feldsher

Tabbie Brovner & Victoria Cornet Present:

Milan Fashion Week 2024

AP News

Over the past few months, former President Donald Trump has seemingly gone back to living in a government establishment, only this time it is courthouses instead of the White House.

By Sofia Doucette

Léman students and staff members discuss Black History Month's meaning and importance, and how they have chosen to celebrate.

By Nola Lee

WikiCommons

The sport of Formula 1 is always about expecting the unexpected. This offseason has really put that notion to the test as avid fans everywhere were shocked at the news of seven time champion Lewis Hamilton’s departure from Mercedes and his decision to switch to Ferrari in 2025.

By Paloma Alonso

Nikki Haley was a republican candidate for the 2024 presidential election. Prior to a few weeks ago, she was competing with former President Trump to become the republican nominee.

By Genevieve Coren

Why can we not remember everything we try to remember?

By Keito Orii

WikiCommons

“Suozzi took back the seat he held for 6 years before Santos, which has narrowed the gap between Republicans and Democrats in the House of Representatives; now a close 219 - 213. This could be a significant aid to the Democrats in the November elections”.

By Elizabeth Volpert

The Hunger Games movies deal with a notion that has been familiar to humans for millennia; survival of the fittest.

By Paloma Alonso

The IB, International Baccalaureate, is a rigorous program which students here at Léman as well as many schools in the United States and internationally take to challenge themselves and pursue their interests. As sophomores make their IB course selections within the next few weeks, here is a rundown.

By Blair Walsh

Lili Sposato

In a powerful display of advocacy, students at Léman Manhattan came together on Monday, February 12, 2024, in a silent protest organized by the Black Student Union (BSU) to denounce the use of slurs and derogatory language against minorities within the school community.

By Zander E Sargeant

Colin Grant

Joe Biden and Donald Trump are running for president again this year and debates on whether they are too old are resurfacing in the media. This poses the question: should there be a maximum age limit to a presidential candidate?

By Sofia Anna Zullo

Leman Fine Arts

A look at the Winner and Highlights of the Léman 2024 Film Festival.

By Samia Perez

Lili Sposato

In a thought-provoking event at Léman Manhattan Preparatory School, Yusef Salaam, one of the Exonerated Five, formerly known as the Central Park Five, presented his compelling story and shed light on the injustices he endured.

By Zander E Sargeant

Michael Johnson

All across the city, schools in nearly every borough have opened their doors and classrooms to new students from across the world. And it hasn’t been easy.

By Nola Lee

Wiki Commons

The Grammy’s are an awards ceremony held annually to celebrate the success of the music industry. The nominees are chosen by a prestigious organization called the Recording Academy, nominating artists in categories such as Best Artist, Best Album, Best Record, etc.

By Fernanda Sieber

In 2022, we saw our first major breakthrough of AI in mainstream society, with Chat GPT being released. Now, we are seeing how it is able to revolutionize the scientific community and our daily lives with its help in the new development of Lithium-ion batteries.

By Quinn Peacock

wdhd.com

The world’s biggest stage was set, Super Bowl 58 would be a rematch of the same two powerhouses that graced national television just four years prior.

By Jotham Kriakos

Genevieve Coren

Continuing a theatrical tradition at Léman, the Main Stage musical is back this Spring on February 29, March 1st, and 2nd with a production of Shrek the Musical!

By Genevieve Coren

Have you ever learned a fact about a subject that you thought you understood, that completely changed your perception of it? Well, this happens in the science world too. Just recently scientists have discovered that heat may not be the sole contributing factor to evaporation.

By Max Alchin

Leman Manhattan

"In my interview with Ms. Davis, the main message I got from her ambitions for middle school is that she is there to lead the way and extend a helping hand during this unique period in each student's education".

By Freya Malala

broadwaydirect.com

Colorful lights, tear jerking-songs, and a hilarious script; How to Dance in Ohio is the perfect embodiment of the modern-day musical.

By Tais Soto-Vaca

Josport

August 21st to November 1st, 72 days of passion, dedication, determination, happiness and sorrow.

By Julian Burdess

Is AI the future of Pop music?

By Victoria Cornet

Sofia Doucette

One of the benefits of being a Léman student is having access to quality free lunch daily. However, a 2023 Bullhorn survey conducted with Léman’s students and staff found that 92% of Léman students and staff throw out at least a portion of their food.

By Sofia Doucette

Since the fare increase on all New York City transports, there was supposed to be an improvement in services however, has any improvement occurred at all?

By Sofia Anna Zullo

History has been made on all fronts of the 2023 fall athletic season here at Leman.

By Paloma Alonso

Thanks to umami, the dining experience in the world today is more memorable and salivating than ever before.

By Keito Orii

On September 24th, NFL and Taylor Swift fans lost their minds all over the internet

By Fernanda Sieber

The Leman cross country team emerged victorious from this season, outperforming all their competition in the ISAL league.

By Gwen Reusing

The Completely Pointless Debate of Taylor Swift vs. Beyonce

By Caelyn Osbern

Kendall Jenner's interaction with a homeless mother and daughter has ignited a heated debate. The incident has prompted discussions on issues of generosity, societal inequalities, and the influence of celebrities on society.

By Maya Beshir-Renard

WikiCommons

Beginning on September 19th, just a 20 minute drive from the Leman Upper School, the United Nations met to discuss and debate this year’s critical issues.

By Elizabeth Volpert

CBS News

Europe was the hottest place to be during this summer. The New York Times reports that Europe was the most visited summer destination by Americans, and also the warmest.

By Tais Soto-Vaca

Broadway.com

Merrily We Roll Along is a musical gem that takes its audience on a heartfelt journey through time, friendship, and the pursuit of dreams. With its captivating melodies, poignant storytelling, and an exceptional cast, this production stands as a true Broadway masterpiece.

By Alex Scotti

Fun Fall cookies for all!

By Mark Shanker

Lili Sposato

The much-anticipated student government elections at Léman Manhattan came to a conclusion on May 24th, with a remarkable turnout and several close contests.

By Zander E Sargeant

Lili Sposato

Book banning in 2023 is a serious problem and a clear threat on democracy. US States are banning books that silence LGBTQ+ voices and are passing on laws that are clearly hateful. This pride month, instead of silencing queer voices, let’s empower them by denouncing these hateful actions.

By Sofia Anna Zullo

@Sonya_Illustration on Instagram

Woman, Life, Freedom: amidst all the protests, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi boldly claims that women are free and safe in Iran. But is that really the case?

By Asal Tavakkoli

WikiCommons

Behind his heroic contributions and astounding talents in mathematics, Alan Turning was forced to have a tragic life due to discrimination in society.

By Keito Orii

WikiCommons

The upcoming months of movie releases hold promise, and film enthusiasts have much to look forward to. The upcoming releases offer a blend of entertainment, ideas, and creativity that will surely captivate audiences and contribute greatly to the current cinematic landscape.

By Fernanda Sieber

Samia Perez

Did you know that music has a scientific side to it? Like most things in this world, music has a huge scientific basis. From Neuroscience to Physics, music is more than a simple catchy beat.

By Tais Soto-Vaca

Michael Appleton/Mayoral Photography Office

There’s no way to ignore it: Online, across the globe, in our city, and unfortunately, even in our own community, antisemitism is spiking. This form of hatred isn’t new, and without a strong response, it will persist.

By Lev Feldsher

Major crises, such as natural disasters and epidemics, have historically encouraged and inspired significant technological developments to happen as scientists challenge to overcome those global problems.

By Keito Orii

Lina (11th grade), the organizer of this year's blood drive walks you through a step-by-step guide with tips and tricks on how to host one yourself!

By Paulina Ytuarte

Lili Sposato

The abrupt resignation of the Lower School psychologist, Monique Ross, has forced Upper School counselors: J. Denise (JD) Fuller and Jillian Wolinsky, to split their time between the Lower and Upper schools. This current compromise has proven to be one that has had rippling effects on the Leman community.

By Sara Sajjad & Charli Reda

Darya Majidi

An interview with Darya Majidi, an Italian-Iranian who had to leave Iran because of the revolution. She is not only a successful entrepreneur with her own company, but in the last few years she has also dedicated herself to activism for human rights, and in particular advocating for Iranian women.

By Sofia Anna Zullo

The White House is threatening to ban TikTok in the United States if the app does not separate from the Chinese company that owns it.

By Genevieve Coren

Mr. Hawthorn has had a very lasting effect on the entire Leman Manhattan community, but as he moves on to other opportunities, the Leman community reflects on the legacy he has left and bids him farewell.

By Tabbie Brovner & Jotham Kriakos

Lili Sposato

Chat GPT’s new update includes several improvements to the general interaction with the AI. Open AI has only spent 6 months improving GPT, but has added the ability to analyze images and create system commands allowing the user to manipulate some of the traditional rules of the conversation .

By Quinn Peacock

Mississippi Government passes new law, which people have coined the "Modren Jim Crow Law".

By Elizabeth Volpert

Samia Perez

Former President Donald Trump was arraigned on April 4th in New York City related to hush-money payments to an adult film actress with whom he had an extramarital affair, in an event that left an impact on New York City and could prove consequential in his bid for the Republican nomination in 2024.

By Brandon Curo

Lili Sposato

An exclusive look into the early success of the Léman Boys Volleyball Team.

By Paloma Alonso

With the growing popularity of social media, it is essential that teenagers understand their personal boundaries, and when necessary... get off.

By Kareem McLeod

WikiMedia Commons

Four teams left, all in the race for the crown jewel of European Football, the Champions League.

By Julian Burdess

Have you ever wondered about the materials in your clothes? Where they were made, who made them, and whether there are risks to wearing them? Although the risk is still not clear to most experts yet, toxic chemicals have been found in hundreds of products and clothing bought off the racks and clothing websites worldwide.

By Blair Walsh

Camila Passos

A new breakthrough in nuclear technology delivers hope for a future powered by fusion.

By Joseph Pazmino Larco

Lili Sposato

Tracking the Léman track team as they fly through their season.

By Eliana Friedman

Looking at Biden's State of the Union Address, including Biden's mentions of recovery from COVID, abortion, gun violence and the US's involvement in the Russia v Ukraine War.

By Elizabeth Volpert

The people of Turkey and Syria recover their destructed land after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hits.

By Blair Walsh

Wiki Commons

$350 million dollars spent in 30 days, $600 million dollars spent in eight months how did Todd Bohely and Chelsea FC spend so much but still fail?

By Julian Burdess

Scientists have developed a way to control lightning strikes using lasers.

By Jasper Dratt

Florida Atlantic University (FAU) reaches Final Four for the first time in school history.

By Lucas Forwood

U.S. House Office of Photography

New York Republican Congressman George Santos can't seem to keep the truth straight as he refuses to step down from office amid massive lying scandal.

By Tabbie Brovner

Maya Jess

The 2023 Golden Globes viewership was the lowest since NBC started broadcasting the awards in 1996.

By Genevieve Shibilo

The recent release of Blonde and The Whale have inspired a conversation surrounding whether completely fictional or biographical stories resonate more with audiences, and the ethics of the biopic.

By Caelyn Osbern

The annual dance invites students to come out and celebrate coming together to have a good time. With the success of last year’s dance and the boat party earlier in the year, students were excited to return to a night of fun.

By Sara Sajjad

The world is shocked after the unexpected death of Victoria Lee, the 18-year-old MMA prodigy.

By Paloma Alonso

Léman’s winter Varsity swim team has had a great start to their 2022-2023 swim season. With the coed swim team a part of two leagues (the ISAL and the ACIS), the team has had eight meets this year.

By Eliana Friedman

Supreme Court

As the Supreme Court grapples with two cases presented before them on the issue of affirmative action, questions on the future of this fundamental policy and the validity of including race in college applications resurface.

By Brandon Curo

Public Domain

As the fight against climate change continues, world leaders have been meeting on future action and others’ lackluster response. This relates to

By Blair Walsh

Despite Republicans’ expectancy to sweep Congress, Democrats were able to stand their ground. Now the outcome of major laws including abortion rights, as well as the 2024 elections, are going to be affected.

By Sofia Doucette

Lucas Paulino

Meeting the passionate coaches and players on the Leman Girls Varsity Basketball team and seeing the progress they have had this season.

By Eliana Friedman

With the sensitive nature of the subjects taught in health class: drugs, alcohol, tobacco, sexual health/education, nutrition, mental health, and mental disorders, it begs the question of whether students should be exposed to them and when should students learn about this - Middle school or High school?

By Sofia Anna Zullo

Maya Jess

With the attempted destruction of the Mona Lisa and protest surrounding the Girl with a Pearl Earring, this year there have been countless attacks on different iconic masterpieces by climate change activists.

By Victoria Cornet