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PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #31: A DISCUSSION ON THE FINAL PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #31: A DISCUSSION ON THE FINAL PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE

October 23, 2020

For this week of Prospector Political Publish, Associate Editor-in-Chief Brendan Burke and Copy Editor Olivia Kim sat down to discuss the final presidential debate. Listen here!...

THE TIMELESS LITTLE BLACK DRESS

THE TIMELESS LITTLE BLACK DRESS

Marina Makropoulos, News Editor

October 12, 2020

During the early morning hours in New York City, a woman by the name of Audrey Hepburn steps out of a yellow taxi cab on fifth avenue, wearing an elegant black dress. The name of this movie, that would come to withstand the test of time for years to come is, Breakfast at Tiffany’s.  The film that is...

LANGUAGE IS NOT A BARRIER REGARDING MEDIA AROUND THE WORLD

LANGUAGE IS NOT A BARRIER REGARDING MEDIA AROUND THE WORLD

Kailie Foley, Features Editor

October 12, 2020

The 92nd Oscars best picture award was given to the movie “Parasite” directed by Bong Joon-ho. This movie was the first in a foreign language to ever receive the award, and it was the first South Korean film to win an Oscar in any category. During Bong’s acceptance speech he said, "Once you overco...

GIRLS’ GOLF WINS REGIONALS BEHIND STRONG PERFORMANCE FROM PREISSING

Jake Terpins, Sports Editor

October 8, 2020

Hardworking, funny and supportive are three words that senior golfer Emma Preissing used to describe her teammates. Prosepct Girls' Golf won regionals for the first time since 2013 on Wednesday, Oct 8. They beat the runner up York by nine strokes. Preissing places first for solos, beating other senio...

RENEWED MOVIE DELAYS LEAVE THEATERS IN THE LURCH

RENEWED MOVIE DELAYS LEAVE THEATERS IN THE LURCH

Kevin Lynch, Entertainment Editor

October 8, 2020

When most major movie releases were delayed due to COVID-19 in March, most fans viewed the news as disappointing, but understandable. Many major spring/summer releases such as “Tenet”, “Black Widow” and “No Time to Die” got pushed to the fall in hopes that the pandemic would have faded e...

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #30: BREAK AWAY FROM TRUMP FEAR, NON-CAREER POLITICIANS STILL VALID PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #30: BREAK AWAY FROM TRUMP FEAR, NON-CAREER POLITICIANS STILL VALID PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES

Brendan Burke, Associate Editor-in-Chief

October 8, 2020

This story appeared in Issue #2 of The Prospector Another four years had passed and it was time for our country to jump back into another election year after two treacherous primary seasons — and the stage was set. A former First Lady, senator and Secretary of State would be running against a reality...

CARDI B SCANDAL POSES QUESTIONS ABOUT ROLE OF FEMINISM

Elizabeth Keane, Editor-in-Chief

October 7, 2020

This column was originally published in Volume 57 Issue 8 of The Prospector on May 17, 2019. It is being published to the website for its relevance to an opinion story running in Issue 2 on October 9.    “I support equality for both genders, but I’m not a feminist.”  With the amount ...

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #29: DISCUSSION ON FIRST PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE, IF YOU CAN CALL IT THAT

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #29: DISCUSSION ON FIRST PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE, IF YOU CAN CALL IT THAT

Brendan Burke, Associate Editor-in-Chief

October 1, 2020

For this week of Prospector Political Publish, I sat down with junior Luiza Zanon to discuss Tuesday's first presidential debate. Tune in here!  

PHYSICS CLASSES RETURN TO SCHOOL FOR IN-PERSON LAB

PHYSICS CLASSES RETURN TO SCHOOL FOR IN-PERSON LAB

Olivia Kim, Copy Editor

September 29, 2020

The first lab with students present in the building took place on Sept. 25 and Sept. 29. The Physics classes decided last week, along with Minter, to bring students back to Prospect to complete a lab.   After Principal Greg Minter suggested the idea of having more students come into the b...

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #28: PASSING OF RBG DISPLAYS WASHINGTON HYPOCRISY, THIRST FOR POWER

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #28: PASSING OF RBG DISPLAYS WASHINGTON HYPOCRISY, THIRST FOR POWER

Brendan Burke, Associate Editor-in-Chief

September 29, 2020

For this week of Prospector Political Publish, I sat down (over Zoom) with junior Luiza Zanon to discuss the legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the process to fill her Supreme Court vacancy. Listen below! https://anchor.fm/knightmedia/episodes/Prospector-Political-Podcast-Passing-of-RBG-Displays-Washington-Hypocrisy--Thirst-for-Power-ekbola  

HUNDREDS RALLY TOGETHER IN A FIGHT TO REOPEN SCHOOLS

HUNDREDS RALLY TOGETHER IN A FIGHT TO REOPEN SCHOOLS

Emma Letzig, Knight TV Executive Producer

September 29, 2020

TOP PICKS FOR EXPANDED MLB POSTSEASON

Executive Online Sports Editor Aidan Murray's picks for the 2020 MLB Postseason.

Aidan Murray, Executive Online Sports Editor

September 28, 2020

With the MLB shortening their regular season down to 60 games due to COVID-19, the 2020 MLB playoffs are already here with quite a few unfamiliar faces in October baseball.  The 60 game sprint has given young teams, such as the Chicago White Sox and San Diego Padres, top seeds in the postseason, along with other under...

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