The History of the PSAT (And Why We Do It)

Ever since College Board created the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT) in 1959, the PSATs have been a big part of a middle and high schooler’s life. The PSAT is a timed test that includes a reading, writing, and math portion of the test, and is used to show us how ready we are to take the SATs. Before making it to the SAT, there … Continue reading The History of the PSAT (And Why We Do It)

TV Shows That You Should Watch Over The Summer

Well guys, school’s almost over. We’re almost at the end. Now during the summer, us students have to keep busy, which essentially means binge TV shows in the dark for hours at a time. So here are some TV shows that us at The City Voice recommend! Chloe Diehm I have been binging All American lately, and I have become addicted. It’s about a football … Continue reading TV Shows That You Should Watch Over The Summer

Science of Soundwaves

Sound waves are literally what they sound like. Waves of sound. Now what’s incredible about those sound waves is that we, as human beings, are able to synthesize them and actually make coherent sense out of them. Take our voices, for example. Our voices are just rapid successions of sound waves at several different frequencies, and yet we can still use them to communicate with … Continue reading Science of Soundwaves

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Review

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is rated PG-13. Contains minor spoilers. The second Doctor Strange movie lives up to its title. It is a rollercoaster of action that never stops and can confuse you at some parts. It takes a darker, more horror-type turn and makes itself different from other Marvel movies. The visual effects are stunning, and the plot is intriguing. For … Continue reading Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Review

The U.S Military and The Metaverse: An Unexpected Pair

The metaverse. We’ve heard of it, seen it talked about on TV. Heck, maybe we’ve even experienced it, but the fact is that it’s a very loose term. What is the metaverse, and what’s the military doing with it? For starters, the metaverse is “characterized by persistent virtual worlds that continue to exist even when you’re not playing,” according to a Wired article titled “What … Continue reading The U.S Military and The Metaverse: An Unexpected Pair

Pfizer Covid-19 booster for ages 5-11 approved

Thankfully, Coronavirus has been steadily declining over the last few months, but children from 5-11 were yet to be boosted. This resulted in less protection for the children of the world. Although Coronavirus is less common in kids, omicron seemed to affect more children than adults. This is believed to have happened because of the high infection rate. On May 17 the Federal Department of … Continue reading Pfizer Covid-19 booster for ages 5-11 approved