Cat's Eye View

Reopening The Country

Governors across the country are announcing and implementing re-opening procedures, but is it safe?

Jenny Marcinkowski, Lead Editor: District Initiatives & Community Affairs

June 16, 2020

"If we open up, and do exactly what we were doing in March, we’re going to see a huge increase in cases..."

Staying as “Close” and as Far Away as Possible

Students use technology to socialize without a mask.

Anthony Berrios, Staff Writer

June 3, 2020

With the Coronavirus massively affecting daily life, our friends and family need to be there for each other. But how do you stay social when you are supposed to be social-distancing? Though most of us are focused on the physical health issues plaguing our world, right now, this pandemic, as a result,...

How Covid-19 Has Already Changed Our World

How Covid-19 Has Already Changed Our World

Jenny Marcinkowski, Lead Editor: District Initiatives & Community Affairs

May 1, 2020

Across the United States, Coronavirus cases are surging with New York, New Jersey, and California having the most cases. As of March 31, 2020, the United States has 164,719 positive cases with 3,170 deaths according to the John Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center. In the U.S., unemployment claims are...

Editorial: “Feminism” is not a Bad Word

Women's Wednesday: For Women's History Month, The Cat's Eye View takes a look at the issues impacting women today.

Noelia Moore, Editor-in-Chief

March 18, 2020

"Feminism calls for everyone to have access to the same chances and opportunities, no matter their gender identity."

The real problem with the Pink Tax

Women's Wednesday: For Women's History Month, The Cat's Eye View takes a look at the issues impacting women today.

Jenny Marcinkowski, Lead Editor: District Initiatives & Community Affairs

March 11, 2020

The pink tax is a form of gender-based pricing that is often put on products that women and non-binary people use. Much of the time, a similar cheaper product can be found targeted to men.

A Trip to California: I’m in a Golden State of Mind. 

The Hollywood Sign catches your eye from the Griffith Observatory.

Anthony Berrios, Staff Writer

February 21, 2020

"The Golden State,” is a go-to vacation spot, and a place people dream about living and experiencing once in their life. The amount of things to do in California is endless, with so many places in California to see and admire. In January, I set out to California for five days to see everything I c...

Legendary Basketball player Kobe Bryant is remembered by the Becton Community

Jenny Marcinkowski, Lead Editor: District Initiatives & Community Affairs

February 4, 2020

Kobe Bryant passed away in a helicopter crash at the age of 41 on January 26, 2020, in Calabasas, California. Seven others, including his 13-year old daughter, Gianna, were in a helicopter on their way to Mamba Academy. Bryant often trained Gianna and other players from her travel team at the location....

Editorial: Donald Trump Makes History Once Again…He’s Impeached

President Donald J. Trump & Senator Rick Scott, R-Fla. receive a briefing on Hurricane Dorian, Aug. 31, 2019

Noelia Moore, Editor-in-Chief

December 20, 2019

As of December 18th, President Donald Trump made history in becoming the third US president ever to officially be impeached. While this has been a prominent topic throughout the country over the past few months, many students, even those of the voting age, are unfamiliar with what this historic event...

Many stay awake to observe Blood Moon

Photo source: usatoday.com

Patrick Cao, Editor

October 13, 2015

The Blood Moon, also known as the lunar eclipse, is a phenomenon that many have recently witnessed. The reason behind the name, "Blood Moon,” is the great event of light from the moon scattering when in earth's shadow. This event in space gave our planet a beautiful view of the moon's orange-red rusty...

National PARCC debate leaves many with unanswered questions

National PARCC debate leaves many with unanswered questions

Miranda Febus, Editor

March 10, 2015

As students in Becton take the state-mandated PARCC exam, nationwide controversy has sparked over the new standards. The PARCC, which stands for Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers, strives to achieve the Common Core. According to the Common Core State Initiatives website,...

Drone dilemma continues in the U.S.

David Stoltz, Staff Writer

February 15, 2015

The ease of purchasing an unmanned aircraft has recently come under scrutiny in the United States. Many Americans believe they are a direct threat to our nation’s national security. Flying a drone is quite a difficult task and, contrary to popular belief, it is much harder to operate or build a...

Universal flu vaccination may be ‘worth the shot’

Alex Gatopoulos, Staff Writer

January 21, 2015

A universal flu vaccine has seemed, at least for a majority of the history of modern medicine, impossible and out of reach. However, with the recent advancements made at McMaster University and Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai, New York, this may not be the case. Scientists have recently figured...

Translate »
The student news site of Henry P. Becton Regional High School in East Rutherford, New Jersey
National