The Cat's Eye View

Teachers, Mrs. Lonergan and Mr. Koch, practice social-distancing while teaching students both in-person and virtually, during Phase One.

Phase Two begins: But will we be able to maintain it?

October 16, 2020

Due to the mandated mask policy, social-distancing, and the increased cleaning procedures, the risk of a coronavirus outbreak in Becton is unlikely, however, the possibility should not be discarded. 

Columbus Day or Indigenous Peoples Day: What are we celebrating?

Becton art student, Tenzin Woser, created a dream catcher as a symbol of oneness among numerous indigenous cultures and regions. 

Tenzin Yiga, Editor: Issues, Politics & Business

October 13, 2020

Indigenous Peoples’ Day is celebrated in hopes of pushing away this invisibility and absence of equality.

Becton shows just how Strong it really is.

June 3, 2020

For the Becton 'family', social-distancing has not stood in the way of being together. 

Students use technology to socialize without a mask.

Staying as “Close” and as Far Away as Possible

June 3, 2020

With the Coronavirus massively affecting daily life, our friends and family need to be there for each...

How Covid-19 Has Already Changed Our World

How Covid-19 Has Already Changed Our World

May 1, 2020

Across the United States, Coronavirus cases are surging with New York, New Jersey, and California having...

Sam Zawadski demonstrates her skills outside of the classroom.

Samantha Zawadski Scores Student of the Month for March

May 1, 2020

Senior Samantha Zawadski has been chosen as the March Student of the Month. As a star athlete, homecoming queen, and honors student, Sam Zawadski is the...

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

Editorial: “Feminism” is not a Bad Word

March 18, 2020

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

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

The real problem with the Pink Tax

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.

Equal Play/Equal Pay: Why the USWNT deserves more.

Jenny Marcinkowski explores the issues facing female athletes during women's history month.

Jenny Marcinkowski, Lead Editor: District Initiatives & Community Affairs

March 4, 2020

After last year’s fourth World Cup win, the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team (USWNT) has proved yet...

The Hollywood Sign catches your eye from the Griffith Observatory.

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

February 21, 2020

"The Golden State,” is a go-to vacation spot, and a place people dream about living and experiencing o...

Henry P. Becton alumni visit seniors to talk about life after high school.

Students Become the Masters (of College)

February 12, 2020

Recently graduated Becton alumni revisited their alma mater on January 7th and 9th to discuss college lif...

Jenny Marcinkowski Dominates: Senior Wins Debate Award and Essay Contest

Senior Jenny Marcinkowski Wins Debate Award and Essay Contest

Noelia Moore, Editor-in-Chief

January 22, 2020

With college quickly approaching for the upperclassmen at Becton, Senior Jenny Marcinkowski has been...

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