Slow and Steady Wins the Race

UFC Vegas 36 was an exciting event for fans of high paced action. The main card saw 3 finishes out of four fights leading into the main event. Paddy Pimblett made an impressive UFC debut with a first round T.K.O. of Luigi Vendramini. Khalil Roundtree Jr. had an exceptional first round against Modestus Bukauskas that saw him land many floor shaking strikes before ending the … Continue reading Slow and Steady Wins the Race

A Look Back at This Year’s Featured Articles

As many of you probably know, for each issue of The City Voice our editors choose a featured article, a story that for whatever reason just seems to stand out as the best that week. The choice is often difficult as there are so many good articles to choose between, but the featured articles of The City Voice are some of the best we have … Continue reading A Look Back at This Year’s Featured Articles

Do You Know These Words? Part III

This is the third part of a series designed to bring some lost words to light. Farctate: From the Latin farcire, meaning to fill or stuff, farctate is a botanical term meaning full as opposed to hollow; used more colloquially to mean completely satiated or full to the point of bursting Philodox: From the Greek philos, meaning love, and doxa (meaning glory), a philodox is a … Continue reading Do You Know These Words? Part III

Thank You to All of Our International Visitors

While The City Voice is the school newspaper for City High Middle, our website is technically available to anyone with a search engine. From website statistics we know that while a majority of our readers come from City, we also have a few loyal readers from different countries all over the world, as shown by the map of our visitors in the past couple of … Continue reading Thank You to All of Our International Visitors