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Becton shows just how Strong it really is.

Becton community comes to Riggin Field to support the class of 2020 in the #BeTheLight campaign

Jenny Marcinkowski, Lead Editor: District Initiatives & Community Affairs

June 3, 2020

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

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.

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 again that they are a force to be reckoned with. They have been ranked first 10 out of the last 11 years and their games have generated roughly $900,000 more in revenue than the men’s from 2016...

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...

Editorial: 18 Things I Learned Before Turning 18

Noelia Moore, Editor-in-Chief, shares the 18 things she has learned in her 18 years.

Noelia Moore, Editor-in-Chief

January 29, 2020

The day that nobody was waiting for has finally come; your favorite unknown, high school news reporter has just turned 18. This time (5:03 in the morning, if we’re getting technical) in 2002, the world was graced with the arrival of another nihilistic, introverted Aquarius who was destined to spend...

Editorial: Exposé on the Exposure of YouTubers

Editor Jenny Marcikowski takes a closer look at the mental health impact of being a YouTuber.

Jenny Marcinkowski, Lead Editor: District Initiatives & Community Affairs

January 22, 2020

The 2010s witnessed the rise of social media personalities and content creators, specifically YouTubers. For many, being a YouTuber was formerly a hobby or a way to earn extra cash, but today it is a widely recognized profession. Well-known YouTubers, like Jeffree Star and Jake Paul, are treated like...

Joker Film is a Win at the Box Office Despite Controversy

JOKER and all related characters and elements © & ™ DC Comics. © Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Cat's Eye View Staff

October 16, 2019

The hit thriller of the fall, “Joker”, sparked major controversy regarding violence and its triggers during its release on October 4. The film, directed by Todd Phillips, stars Joaquin Phoenix as the iconic Batman villain in this fifth live-action remake of the Joker story. This story follows Arthu...

Is technology supporting the right connection?

Is technology supporting the right connection?

December 5, 2017

Technology helps us stay connected throughout the world. We can stay in touch with family and friends through applications such as Snapchat, Messenger, Skype, Instagram and Facebook. However, through the Internet, we are all becoming less sociable when it comes to face-to-face interactions; in that sense,...

Several fashion trends make a comeback

Several fashion trends make a comeback

December 5, 2017

With the fall season coming to wraps, we have seen many trends strut down the runway. First off, from Alexander McQueen to Givenchy, red has been the color of the season. This fiery hue was been seen incorporated into monochromatic outfits at Milan Fashion Week. In New York and London Fashion Week not...

Is physical shopping becoming a thing of the past?

Is physical shopping becoming a thing of the past?

December 5, 2017

Traditional brick-and-mortar shopping is soon expected to be a thing of the past. According to CBS News, IHS Markit Economist Chris Christopher stated that online spending will account for more than 18 percent of all retail sales, up from 16.7 percent last year. On the busiest in-store shopping days...

Generation Entitled: Who’s to blame?

Generation Entitled: Who's to blame?

February 7, 2017

We have all had to deal with situations that have made us uncomfortable, but most of us have not only overcome them, but have also embraced them because they have helped shape who we are today. With that being said, an emergence of entitled individuals has become more prominent in recent years, which...

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