The Broadview

Blending two worlds

Blending two worlds

Cece Giarman, Web Editor

December 16, 2017


Filed under Features

With beauty vloggers on YouTube, regular celebrity product endorsements on Instagram, and an increased presence of cosmetic companies online, the makeup and beauty industry’s marketing strategies have changed with the advent of social media. “When I see makeup on Instagram I think I may like, I usually ...

‘Flipped teaching’ frees up class time

‘Flipped teaching’ frees up class time

November 7, 2013


Filed under Breaking News, News

Tatiana Gutierrez Editor-in-Chief Junior Zara de Matran says she spends Sunday and Tuesday nights sitting at her desk at home watching a video of Science department chair Ray Cinti teaching a lesson on physiology while she types notes on her laptop. Teachers across the curriculum have begun i...

Facebook dominates competition despite social media start-ups

Facebook dominates competition despite social media start-ups

May 26, 2012


Filed under Features, Showcase

Rebecca Siegel Design Editor Tumblr, Twitter and YouTube may be dynamic options for social media allowing access 24/7 via a smartphone, but the majority of American teens have crowned Facebook as the social media King. Eighty-nine percent of social media users between the ages of 12 and 1...

Good Call: Even the fan field

April 5, 2012


Filed under Opinion, Sports & Fitness

Claire Fahy Sports Editor The team’s center aggressively secures the rebound, creates space, recollects and surges toward the rim for a powerful one-handed dunk over intimidated and cowering opponents. Momentum-changing power plays are an integral part of the annual March Madness collegiate b...

Mediocre performers paid thousands

March 13, 2012


Filed under Opinion

Isabelle Pinard Managing Editor Students shifted their weight from one foot to the other while waiting in a line that wrapped around the block to get into a high school fundraiser. The unusually large crowd was for a special YouTube-famous music group scheduled to play at the dance. The entire cro...

Darren Criss, former Stuart Hall for Boys student, finds role on ‘Glee’

Darren Criss, former Stuart Hall for Boys student, finds role on ‘Glee’

December 14, 2010


Filed under A & E, Showcase

Sara Kloepfer Managing Editor Although he began his career as an actor and musician while attending Stuart Hall for Boys, Darren Criss’ rise to national fame came seemingly overnight. Criss’ first appearance on Fox’s hit TV show “Glee” on Nov. 9 led to his rendition of Katy Perry’s “Teena...

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