FEATURE: A Visit and Interview With TEEN VOGUE

Story: By the RamPage Staff      Photos:  By Chesley Jimenez and Carol Cooper       On March 3rd of this year, lucky members of MCSM’s Newspaper Club together with students from Ms. Chiavola’s English classes, were invited downtown to the Conde Nast offices at #4 World Trade Center to talk with the young editorial […]

Inside The World of Advanced Science Research

  By Shumaya Islam The Advanced Science Research Program (better known as ASR) is an important academic option at MCSM. However, when I asked fellow students about the program it seemed to me that many students were not aware of any insider details. By interviewing Fariha Syeda, a second-year ASR student and also a fellow […]

Our Illustrious Alumni: A New Column

  Kiara Ventura  Hosts an Art Show Party! Rampage founding-editor and MCSM graduate Kiera Ventura is currently entering her Junior year at NYU with a double major in Journalism and Art History. This fall she heads to Spain for her junior semester abroad, but Ventura kept busy in July by curating an innovative gallery show […]

APAP 2016: Mixing Art, Science and Politics to Change Our World

    By Carol Cooper Over the Martin Luther King holiday weekend The Association of Performing Arts Presenters (better known as APAP) invited the MCSM RamPage to report on their national convention for the second year in a row. APAP is a 59 year old political organization that uplifts and educates the American public through […]

STUDENT LIFE: A Trip to the Harlem DNA Lab

  By Vinzente Fedele On March 2nd, 2015, I joined the Advanced Science Research (ASR) class in visiting the Harlem DNA Lab. I met Ms. Lee, who explained and directed the lab. She started the activity by asking us simple questions about DNA, and how it’s used to create proteins. She discussed the ALU gene […]

Internship Opportunities with NYC District Attorney/Hosftra’s Summer Science Research Program

  By Keisha Aboagye In its 27th year, the New York County District Attorney is offering a rigorous, six-week Internship Program to high school students with an interest in the criminal justice system. Applications are being accepted from high-school sophomores, juniors, and seniors who reside in or attend a school in Manhattan. Students must also […]

APAP 2015:  Making Entertainment Better, More Multi-Cultural, and More Socially Responsible

  By Carol Cooper High school kids usually have to wait for free summer concert series in city parks like Summerstage and Celebrate Brooklyn to see the wide range of international talent that perform all year round in New York nightclubs, dancehalls and small jazz bars.  But do you ever wonder how a  Kenyan rock […]