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Isaiah Steinberg, '23

Isaiah Steinberg, '23
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Isaiah Steinberg, Class of 2023, is the RamPage news editor. He has been writing for RamPage since freshman year. Aside from RamPage, he participates in Model UN. He enjoys fitness, tennis, food, geography, video games, making YouTube videos, and building computers. He has a dog and a half-brother, who are both awesome.

Student Government Slate Voting System is Ineffective

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The way J-DHS votes for student government representatives is ineffective.  Why?  Because it discourages new kids from getting involved in student council.  The current system works as follows: A group of students...

The New Zoom Absence Rule at J-D is Unfair to Students

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J-DHS is currently implementing a new class attendance rule, and its sparking controversy.  The rule is this: If you are supposed to be attending school in person on a particular day and...

Ages 16+ Can Get the COVID Vaccine in NYS: How To Sign Up

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As of Tuesday, all New Yorkers aged 16 and up can now make vaccine appointments and receive the COVID-19 vaccine.  This comes just a week after the March 30 eligibility shift to...

Pfizer Vaccine Shows Promise in 12-15-Year-Olds Following Conclusion of Trial

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After a months-long trial and much public anticipation, the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine trial on children aged 12-15 has concluded, and the results seem promising.  On March 31, Pfizer announced the results of...

New Disney Animated Film Raya and the Last Dragon Finds Success

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Earlier this month, Disney released their latest animated film, Raya and the Last Dragon.  The film has received critical acclaim, with a 7.5/10 rating on IMDb, 94% on Rotten Tomatoes, and 75%...

Interview with U.S. House Representative John Katko

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Representative John Katko represents New York’s 24th congressional district in the U.S. House of Representatives. How did it feel having to evacuate the Capitol? Due to...

J-D Students and Faculty Respond to Shooting Victim Judson Albahm

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J-D students and their families, as well as teachers and faculty, have been donating to the GoFundMe page for Judson Albahm, the former J-D student fatally shot by police on Thursday, March...

Two Mass Shootings in One Week Spark Discussions at J-D and Around the Country

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In one week in March 2020, two mass shootings rocked the nation.  First in Atlanta, Georgia on Tuesday, March 16, then in Boulder, Colorado on Monday, March 22.  It had been a...

Update on Current Board Issues from Student Representative Max Mimaroglu

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J-DHS senior Max Mimaroglu was elected last spring as student representative of the J-DCSD Board of Education.  He serves as a link between the students of J-D and the board members, representing...

CDC Provides New Guidance for Vaccinated Americans

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On Monday, the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) came out with a new set of guidelines for Americans that have received COVID-19 vaccines.  They consider a person to be...