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Short Stop Diner Seeks Full Liquor License

by ANTHONY CAPOTE, Editor & ROSE BRENNAN, Staff Writer Revenue has been steadily declining for Short Stop Diner, located on the corner of W. 242nd Street and Broadway and the diner seeks to become prominent again by obtaining a full liquor license. “The community has changed,” said Anthony Branchi, the restaurant’s attorney.  “Other restaurants have opened up … Continue reading

Sports / Women's Soccer

Rookie of the Week Award a Confidence Booster for Printy

By Haley Burnside, Staff Writer Following a superb performance in a win against the NJIT Highlanders, Olivia Printy was named the MAAC Rookie of the Week on Sept. 12. The freshman goalkeeper on the women’s soccer team was responsible for a six-save shutout, the first shutout for the Jaspers this season and the first in … Continue reading

The Book Nook: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
Arts & Entertainment / The Book Nook

The Book Nook: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Title: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Author: John Tiffany and Jack Thorne Genre: Fantasy A brand new installment to the Harry Potter Universe, “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” introduces older fans and new fans to the younger generation of the Wizarding World. Told in the format of a script, the play the book … Continue reading

Sports / Women's Swimming

Smoragiewicz Named Assistant Coach for Swimming and Diving Teams

By John Jackson, Staff Writter The men’s and women’s swimming and diving program has experienced some big changes over the last few months. After longtime coach Walter Olsewski retired, assistant coach Joe Murtha became the head coach. To fill Murtha’s vacant assistant coaching position, Kayla Smoragiewicz was hired. “It’s an honor,” said Smoragiewicz. “This is … Continue reading