Hurricane Matthew Wreaks Havoc in the US and Caribbean Islands
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Hurricane Matthew Wreaks Havoc in the US and Caribbean Islands

Over the first week of October, Hurricane Matthew slammed parts of the southeast of the United States and island nations in the Caribbean. It was the first major…

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Round 2: Clinton v. Trump
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Round 2: Clinton v. Trump

The second presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump began Sunday at 9 p.m., with much of America watching. The amount of viewers dropped a substantial amount…

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PC Students Celebrate International Day of the Girl
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PC Students Celebrate International Day of the Girl

On October 11, Pine Crest hosted Day of the Girl. The high school students spent the half-day talking about women’s rights both domestically and internationally. The day began…

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Pine Crest Platform Debate Recap
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Pine Crest Platform Debate Recap

The Pine Crest Presidential Policy Platform Debate was held from fourth to sixth period on Tuesday, October 4, in the ICI.  It was held in a Town Hall…

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Over 84 Million Eyes On Hofstra University
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Over 84 Million Eyes On Hofstra University

With all the anticipation and fanfare of a world heavyweight boxing title bout, the first presidential debate of 2016 was held at 9 PM EST on Monday, September…

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PC’s Newest Mascot: Evin Rothschild
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PC’s Newest Mascot: Evin Rothschild

As captain of the Varsity Lacrosse Team, president of the Kiva Club, a member of the swim team, and much more, it would seem impossible for senior Evin Rothschild…

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9th Grade Enjoys Their Community Service Day
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9th Grade Enjoys Their Community Service Day

While the upperclassmen spent today, September 27th, taking the ACT, the ninth grade class got the unique opportunity to go outside the classroom and help out the community.…

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Terror Attacks Devastate New York and New Jersey
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Terror Attacks Devastate New York and New Jersey

On Saturday, September 17, an explosion injured 29 people in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood and a pipe bomb in Seaside, NJ, exploded before thousands of runners were to participate…

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The Panama Papers
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The Panama Papers

The Panama Papers have become the most extensive leak of confidential data in history. The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ISIJ) published approximately 11.5 million documents from the…

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Demolishing Earthquakes Strike Ecuador and Japan
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Demolishing Earthquakes Strike Ecuador and Japan

On Saturday, April 16th, 2016, a powerful earthquake struck Ecuador and massively affected the people and the country.  According to the U.S. Geological Survey, it had a 7.2 magnitude…

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