A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains – Fanwood TIMES Thursday, March 3, 2011 Page 9 Terrill Middle School THE STUDENT VIEW Honor Roll 2nd Marking Period The weekly column written by local high school students 8th Grade High Honor Roll 7th Grade Honor Roll Egypt Fights for Rights Most Francesca Arvizzigno, Jordan Banker, Brianna Acosta, Gabriel Alvarez, Celina Beattie, Erica Berkowitz, Alexandra Bord, Alexandra Boyarsky, Eric Calvo, Elizabeth Casserly, John Caroline Babis, Amanda Banasiak, Lucas Bannon, Molly Becker, Noah Bernstein, Michael Besson, Justin Boozer, Emily Americans Take for Granted By Abbie Goldring people as they are for the Egyptians. It Cavaliere, Henry Chang, Morgan Boyle, August Bratti, Giovanna Carlino, Specially Written for The Westfield Leader and The Times Chemidlin, Julia Cirincione, Caroline Lingxiao Chen, Ashley Christian, took the Egyptians 30 years to muster Cooke, Caitlyn Dayton, Dean Debonis, Madeline Chrystal, Jordan Cimring, The world watched for 18 days be- up the courage to speak out against Ali Dorn, Allison Durett, Alex Eckert, Zachary Cimring, David Clancy, James fore Egyptian protests against Presi- their government, and it took hun- Abigail Fontana, Lauren Frazier, Jessica Clarke, Peter Coronato, Christopher dent Hosni Mubarak’s 30-year regime dreds of thousands of people to do so. Fugett, Christopher Geissler, Alyssa Debelak, Darby Debonis, Jack Defouw, came to a close when he stepped down So as Egyptian citizens saw Tuni- Gilman, Alexander Gugliotta, Jeremy Edward Depaola, Margaret Desantis, from power on February 11. sia as inspiration, the young citizens Haas, Matthew Haas, Paige Heiden, Kayla Diggs, Connor Dombrowski, Ally The revolutionaries? Egypt’s youth. of the United States should see Egypt Karina Hernandez, Sarah Iannaccone, Flynn, Kara Foley, Giulia Frias, Zackary Though citizens of all ages partici- as inspiration. While Tunisian revolts Emily Isola, Matthew Itzkowitz, Emma Fuimo, Fallon Goldberg, Ira Gotliboym, pated in the revolution, the majority inspired an Egyptian revolution, the Jaczko, Amar Jain, Alexander Karakis, Brian Grimaldi, Tyler Guensch, Joseph of the protests came from younger Brendan Kelly, Ashwin Kishen, Emma Guidi, Matthew Halpin, Patrick Henkels, GOLD MEDAL...Pictured above are students who are among this year’s Hi’s Eye Egyptian revolution should inspire Klein, Michael Lange, Rachel Lavelle, Isabella Iacona, Sofia Jimenez, Camille team at Westfield High School, shown here at work on one of the weekly generations. Through violent clashes an American revelation. Devin Loh, Samantha Loop, Caitlin Johnson, Lisa Kline, Kristen Koederitz, newspapers. with the police and oppositionists, Just because we have these unalien- Mahoney, Alexa Marcazzo, Arielle Julian Korduba, Liza Kussner, Jillian Egypt’s youth was attempting to over- able rights doesn’t mean that we throw Mubarak’s authoritarian rule Margulies, Kevin Maxwell, John McCall, Samantha McCallion, Madeline McNichol, Claire Nguyen, Rachel Noone, Lapidus, Aaron Lee, Tyler Litwin, Jake Longo, Charlotte Mcanulty, Brian Mcmanus, Erin Mecca, Nina Mineo- WHS’ Hi’s Eye Garners and replace it with the democracy they have never known. In thinking shouldn’t pay attention to the decisions the American government makes. In Egypt, citizens’ rights were taken away, Derek Offitzer, DianaPak, Talia Paradiso, Pankiewitz, Sarika Mujumdar, Scott Evan Pasternak, Mykala Porter, Ryan Romaine, Madeleine Ryan, Jacob Salem, Nizolak, Dillon Noone, Amanda O’Hara, Anniston Pagano, Nimit Patel, Sagar Columbia Press Award about the events that took place in Egypt over the past few weeks, I have been considering not only America’s and they acted on it; they are able to see the effects of the Mubarak administration’s poor decisions on a Elizabeth Scacifero, Cobi Silverstein, Patel, Christina Peluso, Felicia Petterway, WESTFIELD – Hi’s Eye, the stu- publishing,” according to Ashley Smith, Orian Sneor, Emma Sobel, Hannah Postlewait, Ryan Radice, Stephen dent produced weekly newspaper at cspa.columbia.edu. fate in the years to come, but also the day-to-day basis, from giving bribes to Jonathan Tam, Nicole VanEtten, Radice, Petra Reiserova, Kaleb Rembert, Westfield High School, received a As stated by the Columbia Press differences in the ideals of American the police to high unemployment. Here, Alexander Wang, Katherine Westerlund, Andrew Rimpici, Allison Roden, Ari gold medal from the Columbia Press Association judges, “the frequency youth compared to Egyptian youth. citizens, especially younger genera- Leah White, Lauren Wong, Lizette Rosenzweig, Tori Sciara, Stav Shadmi, Association for the overall design of your issues is amazing for a high It is pretty clear that most of the tions, don’t see the immediate impact Zambri, Garrett Zito Hannah Simon, Paul Sinclair, Lauren and content created by the 2009-2010 school newspaper.” younger generations in America are of the government’s decisions. And as 7th Grade High Honor Roll Sjonell, Abby Spector, Kimberly Spitzer, staff. The Columbia Press Associa- “I’m very proud of the dedication not politically active. The main indi- a result, we are relatively uninformed Rebecca Ames, Joshua Axelrod, Emma Rebecca Stein, Maia Thomas, Isaiah Th- cator of this is consistently low voter and unconcerned about American poli- Bagat, Madison Banker, Sarah Barash, ompson, Vincent Verdiramo, Devin tion “sponsor[s] annual contests to and professionalism of the Hi’s Eye seek out and publicize the best prac- staff,” said adviser Rosemary turnout in the decades since the vot- tics. The truth is, these decisions will Rachel Braun, Samantha Broders, Nancy Voorhees, Melanie Walker, Grace ing age was lowered to 18. In the Wayman, Melody Weigel, Jason Wendel, tices in student writing, editing and DiBattista. affect us down the road, even if we Canevari, Celeste Cappadoccia, Joseph 2008 election, 51 percent of people Cianciotta, Shannon Costello, Paige Griffin Whitmer, Leah Womelsdorf, don’t see their consequences today. ages 18-29 voted, compared to 70 The more we participate in politics Crandall, Sarah Davis, Richard Dazzo, Catherine Depaola, Madison Dieu, Jacqueline Fahrenholz, Kevin Fleck, Michael Wright, Kaitlyn Yip, Jenni Zakarin, Emily Zaller, Carly Zogg 6th Grade Honor Roll Registration Now Open for percent of people 65 and older, ac- cording to civicyouth.org. Some may now, the better off we’ll be in the future. *** Abigail Fossaceca, Alexander Frier, Mat- thew Garber, Rachel Gerstenfeld, Ani Hsu Obrock, Shona Jain, Cooper Jones, Adel Abdella, Avital Abraham, Sebastian Angulo, Aaron Arkin, Sara Begalman, Ron Ben-michael, Hope SP-F Summer Workshops argue that young people take part in government by participating in ral- lies, but the rallies they participate in Abbie is a junior at Westfield High School. Lizabeth Kaminoff, Megan Lau, Ben- Bennett, Christine Bernard, Cori SCOTCH PLAINS-FANWOOD – are just a sampling of the courses Registration is now open for the being offered. address issues that are relevant to jamin Liang, Kelly Magrino, Alexander Bernstein, Andrew Borik, Alexis 29th season of the Scotch Plains- In addition, reinforcement classes them, such as civil rights. More Education News Malao, Rebecca Mehorter, Rebecca Brunetto, Christian Buren, Kendall But what if much of the govern- Miller, Emily Morris, Nithya Narayanan, Calefati, Erin Chiappi, Riley Chin, Zoe Fanwood Creative Summer Work- for grades 1 to 3 will be available, mental controversy and corruption in On Pages 16 and 17 Erin O’Connor, Nicholas Paiva, Harry Choi, Kiara Cruz, Colin Demaria, Jes- shops, which are scheduled to run along with a “Kindergarten Express” Randazzo, Neelan Sivaneri, Kevin sica Desai, Ravi Desai, Louis Dibella, this year from Monday, June 27, program open to children who will the United States relates to bank bail- Sonpar, Olivia Tumsuden, Jessica Alyssa Difrancesco, Patrick Dill, An- through Friday, July 29. start school in September. outs and taxes? I know I’m not of Worcester Polytechnic Vilarino, Mariah Weigel, Mariel Weigel, thony Donatelli, Aaya Dunchus, Parker The Workshops, sponsored by the “Driver Theory and Training” will voting age yet, but I am much less Benjamin Weiss, Alice Zhou, Vivian Dvorin, Patrick Ellman, Matthew Fox, Scotch Plains-Fanwood Board of Edu- be offered for high-school students, inclined to protest against health care Announces Dean’s List Zhuang Olivia Gelling, Michael Giuliani, Daniel laws than university tuition increases. WORCESTER, MASS. – Jack Ster- 6th Grade High Honor Roll Grodberg, Erin Hernandez, Daniel cation for children entering kindergar- who have the option of taking one or ten through grade 12, will feature 50 both of the classroom and “behind the But in Egypt, it’s different. nal of Westfield, a senior majoring in Nivedita Anjaria, Mia Blundo, Chris- Hopkins, Andrew Jiang, Ewan Jones, Mubarak’s regime was corrupt be- Katherine Keiser, Abigail Kennedy, enrichment programs, including an In- wheel” sections. This course will run biology and biotechnology, was among topher Bondarowicz, Samantha Brand, cause of his implementation of emer- Sophia Brand, Elizabeth Bui, Jake Eliza Kuperschmid, Andrea Leitner, strumental Music School. The Instru- from July 11 to 22 from 9 a.m. to noon. 1,004 students from Worcester Poly- Canavan, Eric Chang, Ethan Cheung, Matthew Lettieri, Emily Levitt, Max mental Music School will offer group All registrations for the 2011 Cre- gency laws, which suspended the technic Institute named to the Dean’s Chelsie Edwards, Lexi Garber, Joshua Lusk, Kyle Magee, Tyler Malaussena, lessons and participation in a band ative Summer Workshops, which are people’s constitutional rights, in addi- List for academic excellence for the Goldberg, Robert Gordon, Justin Daniella Marcazzo, Gabriella Marino, session daily for students in grades 4 to by mail only, are on a “first-come, tion to the powerful businessmen and fall 2010 semester. Greenman, Julia Guarneri, Erin Hayes, Max Mazursky, Katherine Mcgowan, 8. An evening performance is set for first-served basis” and are ongoing government officials hoarding the Cassidy Hoose, Humphrey Huang, Jacob Melville, Adam Miller, Max More, Thursday, July 28, at Park Middle until classes are filled. nation’s money. These problems di- Annie Peyton Named Aleacia Jensen, Kathryn Kalaigian, Isha Sean Murray, Anthony Negri, Joseph rectly relate to the youth there because Kamdar, Kyle Kelly, Ryan Kessler, Chris- Nelson, Nikitha Nirmal, Robert Nugent, School and will be open to the public. To receive a booklet of this year’s To Tulane Dean’s List For students in grades 1 through 8, workshop offerings, call the Creative their future depends on these types of tina Lamagna, Cara Lamastra, Henry Brendan O’connor, Sean O’connor, governmental actions. Yes, our futures NEW ORLEANS, LA. – Annie Lewand, James Maguire, Isabella Matthew Olin, Gloria Pimenta, Tracy courses such as acrobatics, arts and Summer Workshops Office at (908) Prusik, Arren Puri, Corina Regan, Ryan crafts, ceramics, creative tales, draw- 232-6161, extension no. 43, Monday in America depend on health care re- Peyton of Westfield has been named Mancene, Maxine Manville, Alexis form with respect to how much tax Marta, Joshua Martin, Shannon Reilly, Molly Rouder, Thomas Saba, ing and sketching, fantasy illustration, through Friday, or check the district to the Dean’s List for the fall semes- Mcdermott, Jessica Mcgloin, Melissa Abigail Sadel, Evan Scharf, Taylor forensics, folktales, games, magic, website, spfk12.org. Program book- money we’ll pay 20 years down the ter at Tulane University. Mcgloin, William Mcgloin, Caroline Sirchio, Devon Smith, Sean Sobel, Sa- math, microwave cooking, writing, lets also are available at area schools road, but youth in America do not She is pursuing her master’s de- Mcnichol, Sydney Mills, Gregory Oross, rah Spitzer, Gabriel Sta Rosa, Ava Steele, puppetry, soda bottle rockets and yoga and libraries. think that far ahead. However, in Egypt, gree in architecture and is anticipat- Simon Oster, Skanda Rao, Maxwell Ross, Alexis Thiemann, Isaac Velasquez, Rob- a college education is not guaranteed, ing graduation in May. Annie is a Tomas Russo, Madelyn Sassoon, ert Viglione, John Vinci, Juliana Wagner, like it is for most citizens here, let 2006 graduate of Westfield High Alexandra Shapiro, Jonathan Shih, Katherine Stroz, Colin Sullivan, Chelsea Madeline Weber, Joshua Wiener, Jade Williams, Alison Zimmerman, Molly Deerfield School alone a successful job after college. Therefore, it seems as though we in School and the daughter of Robert and Carole Peyton of Westfield. Zucker Tavares, Sophia Tumsuden, Micaela Valli, Ashley Veglia, Toby Waldman, David Walker, Emily Wang, Peter War- ren, Kelsey Werkheiser, Jordyn Wheeler, Jordan Wolman, Isabelle Zacharia, Harpur College Announces Dean’s List Honor Roll 2nd Marking Period America take our rights for granted. Under Mubarak’s repressive and dictator-like rule, citizens were pun- ished for speaking out against the Bloomfield College Announces Dean’s List Michael Zucker, Taylor Zucosky BINGHAMPTON, N.Y. – Six lo- government. However, they realized BLOOMFIELD – Bloomfield 8th Grade Honor Roll cal students are on the Dean’s List for Deerfield School of Mountainside Thomas Keane, Aziza Khalfani, that they were being robbed of their College President Richard Levao has Karly Abraham, Jaclyn Anglin, Daniel their outstanding academic achieve- has announced the following students Michael Kretchman, Mackenzie futures, and it was time to speak out. announced the fall 2010 semester Babis, Rebecca Beauvais, Corin Bell, ment for the Fall 2010 semester at as members of the high honor roll. Lane, Elizabeth Leick, Jake Ligus, In America, however, we have al- Dean’s List. Brian G. Flood of Scotch Anastasia Bellisari, Alexandra Burns, Students receiving this honor earned James Longo, Katherine Matlin, ways had the right to free speech and Plains, a sophomore majoring in ani- Andrew Buzzanca, David Cappadoccia, Harpur College of Arts and Sciences at Binghampton University, State no grade lower than an A- in all Rachel Mattera, Samantha Mimoso, right to assemble under the First mation, was among those named to Adam Cohen, Ryan Connors, Arianna subjects. Melissa Mirabelli, Sophia Morong, Amendment. However, it seems that the Dean’s List. To achieve Dean’s Correa-Gomez, Nicole Cusmano, Olivia University of New York. The criteria Dalessandro, Auva Dariani, Haley for the Dean’s Honors list is a mini- High Honor Roll Maria Paparatto, Aidan O’Keefe, few problems in America today are as List status, a student must have a DeMaria, Daniel Dill, Emily Driscoll, mum grade point average of 3.5. 8th Grade Luke Pluta-Ehlers, Cassandra detrimental and threatening to our GPA of 3.5 or above. Rachel Freeman, Alyssa Gardner, Tyler Local students include Daniel Erik Allison Alexander, Kyle Bandics, Quaglia, Kelly Rice, Jake Robbins, Geissel, Christopher Gibbons, Joseph Haverlock, Steven Haverlock, Christine Petersen of Cranford; Ilana J. Solomon of Cranford; Jie Mei of Ryan Bonk, Morgan Kelleher, Avery Lau, Isha Mehrotra, Shree Mehrotra, Zina Scasso, Matthew Schkolnick, Matthew Sepe, James Streeter, GRAND OPENING WELLNESS CENTER Holloway, Kian Hoover, Michael Illanovsky, Doriane Kasper, Kevin Kerby, Fanwood; Rachel E. 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Westerlund, Kyle Westerlund, Andrew United for a Cause 5k 2011 will be Jenna Attanasio, Emma Bearison, Kelsea Siter, Stephen Sottosanti, Whitehouse, William Wilkins, Tyler Zeile held Saturday, April 16, at the John Colendenski, DeAngelis, Alec Duswalt, Abby Charles Kristen Splaine, Colin Stevenson, Hailey Tosato, Jordan Tyler The Family Law Department of Fanwood-Scotch Plains YMCA. Local Residents “Many of us do walks for people Erasmus, Zachary Goldman, Olivia 6th Grade Dughi & Hewit Presents we don’t even know; now it was our Jennings, Eileen Li, Isabelle Matlin, Avni Bhandari, Emily Broda, Named to Dean’s List own teacher. We felt we had our own Jessica Perrotta, Trevor Rittman, Cole Veronica Cardiellos, Stefano Cotugno, CARLISLE, PA. – The following cause to rally behind as a commu- Schneider, Jake Schneider, Hailey Shannon Cunningham, Christopher students have been named to the nity,” said Ms. Birkett. 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Courtney Maier, Ava Manganiello, GPA scale for the semester. money to be donated to the Honor Roll Connor McGee, Kian Monaghan, Katie Lynn Ramire, a first-year McGovern family. 8th Grade Patrick Murphy, William Nicholson, physics major, has been named to the Matthew Bacho, Frank Barone, Alexandra Palumbo, Hannah Dean’s List for the fall 2010 semes- St. John Gift Auction Connor Briggs, Beatrice Collins, Penington, Colette Pluta-Ehlers, Mat- ter. A graduate of Westfield High Megan Compton, Morgan DiPalma, thew Rice, Leah Saifi, Connor School, she is the daughter of Mr. and To Benefit School Evan DiPietro, Aidan Donadio, Sottosanti, Isabella Zurla. Mrs. Leon Ramire of Westfield. CLARK – The St. John the Alexandra Foley, Jasmine Fong, Amy T. Rosenfeld, a first-year Apostle Parent-Faculty Guild will Vincent Guerrizio, Claire Hulburt, Pingry Announces undeclared major, has been named to sponsor a Gift Auction/Tricky Tray the Dean’s List for the fall 2010 se- event on Friday, March 11. 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