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On LA LA LAND

On LA LA LAND

By Myles Siglin

April 26, 2017

I walked into La La Land with somewhat high hopes, with heavy recommendations from some friends whose opinions I value. I thought it could be quite good. I have watched...

March for Decency: My thoughts after the Science March on Washington

March for Decency: My thoughts after the Science March on Washington

By Jack Wheatley

April 23, 2017

I landed in D.C. a couple hours after the large Science March on Washington occurred on the National Mall. After settling into our hotel room, my dad and I decided to take t...

To Read or Not to Read

To Read or Not to Read

By Chloe Peter

April 20, 2017

William Shakespeare's Macbeth premiered in 1606. 411 years later, it is still being performed, recently for Flushing High School Juniors and Seniors.

Small Hands, Big Consequences: Donald Trump in 140 characters

Small Hands, Big Consequences: Donald Trump in 140 characters

By Jack Wheatley

April 18, 2017

In 140 characters, the most powerful man in the world can do a lot. He’s called celebrities overrated, criticized foreign leaders, and has even gone as far as to attack...

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Brings Immersive Mystery to Wharton Center

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Brings Immersive Mystery to Wharton Center

By Andrew Roth

April 14, 2017

Overwhelming, immersive, futuristic, jittery, dazzling, versatile. These are just a few of the words that come to mind after seeing The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time live on stage.

The Addams Family: Full Disclosure

The Addams Family: Full Disclosure

By Chloe Peter

April 5, 2017

An honest recap on FHS' theater production of The Addams Family.

The Addams Family: Full Disclosure

The Addams Family: Full Disclosure

By Chloe Peter

April 5, 2017

An honest recap on FHS' theater production of The Addams Family.

President Trump to Detroit Autoworkers: Your Jobs are Safe With Me

President Trump to Detroit Autoworkers: Your Jobs are Safe With Me

By Andrew Roth

April 4, 2017

“I’m going to fight to keep vehicle production in the United States,” the President said. “There is no more beautiful sight than an American made car.”

Homeschoolers Come to FHS

Homeschoolers Come to FHS

By Chloe Peter

March 27, 2017

On her first day of high school, Mandy Jaster thought, “Wow. There really are all the stereotypes.” “You could see the jocks,” she explained, “You could see the goths clustered in the hall.You could see all those super preppy, gorgeous girls, and that group of nerds… everyone does have their group and that’s been hard.” This was a far cry from what Mandy was used to; not only was it her first day at FHS, it was her first day of school. After years of homeschooling, the senior was coming to public school for the first time.

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Flushing Lady Raiders Take Home State Championship For The First Time In History

Flushing Lady Raiders Take Home State Championship For The First Time In History

By JT Wheatley

March 24, 2017

You could smell it in the air circling around East Lansing on Saturday. History was in the making. The 2017 Flushing women’s varsity basketball team was headed to the state ch...

Flushing High’s Basketball Legacies

Flushing High’s Basketball Legacies

By Gabrielle Sanfilippo

January 25, 2017

With impressive records and determination on court, we find familial meaning to the passion of our basketball players.

By Tyler Towns

January 12, 2017

An analysis of hunting from the mouths of our students.

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On LA LA LAND

On LA LA LAND

By Myles Siglin

April 26, 2017

I walked into La La Land with somewhat high hopes, with heavy recommendations from some friends whose opinions I value. I thought it could be quite good. I have watched...

To Read or Not to Read

To Read or Not to Read

By Chloe Peter

April 20, 2017

William Shakespeare's Macbeth premiered in 1606. 411 years later, it is still being performed, recently for Flushing High School Juniors and Seniors.

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Brings Immersive Mystery to Wharton Center

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Brings Immersive Mystery to Wharton Center

By Andrew Roth

April 14, 2017

Overwhelming, immersive, futuristic, jittery, dazzling, versatile. These are just a few of the words that come to mind after seeing The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time live on stage.

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Some of the Best Love Songs

Some of the Best Love Songs

By Blazer Staff

February 14, 2017

Happy Valentine's Day to all

2017

2017

By Keaten Franklin, Digital Editor-In-Chief

January 2, 2017

A letter for 2017 from Blazer's Digital Editor-In-Chief.

Remembering Jeff Betz

Remembering Jeff Betz

By The Blazer Staff

October 11, 2016

A somber and few choice words to recollect our friend.

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On LA LA LAND

On LA LA LAND

By Myles Siglin

April 26, 2017

I walked into La La Land with somewhat high hopes, with heavy recommendations from some friends whose opinions I value. I thought it could be quite good. I have watched...

my perspective of poetry

my perspective of poetry

January 20, 2017

An analysis of poetry from the perspective of a frustrated and passionate student.

undone.

undone.

By Carly Hensel

October 17, 2016

A poem by Carly Hensel.

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Flushing's High School's Independent Voice
Flushing's High School's Independent Voice