School News

Seaford eighth-graders explore the world of robotics

 Young engineers at Seaford Middle School will get a head start on possible careers in the growing robotics field. This year, a new half-year robotics course was launched for all eighth-grade …

Re-evaluating religion

“People aren’t looking any less for comfort and religious experiences,” said Rabbi Daniel Bar-Nahum, of Temple Emanu-El of East Meadow. “But the way they approach it is …

Part I

Coming out

For 22-year-old Nick Dantuono, telling his mother he was gay four years ago made for a very interesting Christmas. Although the Seaford native said he knew he was gay long before he told his …

Part II

Confronting tradition

When Leana Silipo, 23, visited a friend in Valley Stream, she wasn’t expecting to step outside to find her car splattered with half a dozen egg yolks. Although she brushed off the incident, …

Part III

Coming to terms with his sexuality

Brian Stieglitz could never quite understand his obsession with the number three. He would avoid gathering in groups of three, could never say the number out loud and denounced trios of any …

School News

Vikings paint the town green

Seaford High School’s Conference IV Long Island champion football team was the toast of the town during a parade and ceremony honoring players and coaches on Dec. 17. The Vikings captured their …

Editorial

Make MLK Day a day of service to others

The most persistent and urgent question is: What are you doing for others?” The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., whose birthday we will honor this year on Jan. 15, not only spoke those lofty …