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Joker Film is a Win at the Box Office Despite Controversy

Joker Film is a Win at the Box Office Despite Controversy

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...

Breakfast extended to first period?

Breakfast extended to first period?

February 7, 2017

With rushing around so early in the morning, we believe that students should be able to eat during the first period of school. Between trying to get enough sleep and preparing for the day, students barely have time to make a piece toast. Most schools start between the time of 7:30 a.m. and 8:00 a.m.,...

Numerous changes help make Becton its best

Matthew Krieger, Staff Writer

September 21, 2015

Change is a wonderful and necessary thing in this day and age, so it is safe to say that with the addition of all these recent changes at Becton, the school looks more like a professional place, is more student friendly, and as Principal Dr. Sforza wanted when he first arrived, mimics a college campus....

Unhealthy teenage habits may lead to developing diseases

Sharon Skeahan, Media Editor

March 12, 2015

Between the stress of standardized testing, impending college plans, homework and other everyday activities, it is easy for students to fall behind on their healthy eating habits and daily activities. According to the Center of Disease for Control, “Childhood obesity has more than doubled in children...

Sedentary lifestyles put students at risk

Jamie Scangarella, Staff Writer

March 10, 2015

Teenagers are used to monotony and routine, especially during their years of high school. For a seven-hour school day, students will spend approximately 86 percent of their school day sitting. When students move from period-to-period, they are only moving from one seat to the next. Parents, doctors,...

Release of The Interview tests freedom of speech

January 13, 2015

Could war be once again on the table with North Korea? With the controversy and national security issues surrounding Seth Rogen’s latest work, The Interview, it very well could be. The Interview is a political satire comedy film starring James Franco and Seth Rogen. The film depicts a fictional talk sho...

Editorial Cartoon

Editorial Cartoon

Sharon Skeahan, Media Editor

November 10, 2014

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