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

An Update on Ukraine

It has been nearly 2 months since we last covered the Russo-Ukrainian conflict, and much has happened. To recap, Vladimir Putin’s original intention when the invasion began on February 24th was to stop Ukraine from joining NATO. He stated that Russia’s primary goal is to “demilitarise and de-Nazify Ukraine”. This has been criticized by many, including the Foreign Minister of Ukraine, Dmytro Kuleba, saying “It’s … Continue reading An Update on Ukraine

Teen Charge and Why You Should Join

As a City Student, one of the very first things that you hear about is CAS hours. I’m not sure if I speak for everyone, but personally I’ve found it very hard to get in service hours, especially during the school year thanks to City’s workload and just other extracurriculars in general. If you need some service hours and want to make a difference in … Continue reading Teen Charge and Why You Should Join

Asian Stereotypes and How They Harm Asian Americans

I, as an Indian man, have had my fill of 7-11 owner and call center scammer jokes, but I don’t exactly know where they come from. And so, in honor of Asian American Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander Month, I’ll be looking at Asian stereotypes and where they come from.  The first stereotype that I will be talking about is the “high-achieving” stereotype that is assumed … Continue reading Asian Stereotypes and How They Harm Asian Americans

Class of 2024 Student Body Applications

As you know, each grade has a student government, and so to make everything truly democratic, we hold elections every year. Now I know, the class of 2024 has had its share of problems with its student body, so here we’re giving you a chance to make a difference. At exactly 3:32 PM, Mr. Brown emailed all 10th grade students with a link for the … Continue reading Class of 2024 Student Body Applications

City Musical Announced

City’s theatre department has been around for years, performing musical after musical each year, and this year’s musical has just been announced! After a very long elimination round of potential shows in the choir room on Tuesday, May 10, at precisely 2:58 pm, there was only one show left upon the whiteboard that Mrs. Degenhart, City’s choir teacher, hadn’t torn up: Into The Woods. That’s … Continue reading City Musical Announced

Q&A With Seanan McGuire, Hugo Award Winning Author of Middlegame and Seasonal Fears

Seanan McGuire is the Hugo and Nebula Award winning author of Middlegame and the new Seasonal Fears, along with dozens of other critically acclaimed novels and novellas. In 2010, she won the Astounding Award for Best New Writer (previously the John W. Campbell Award), and currently holds the world record for most Hugo Award nominations in a single year. In addition to the Alchemical Journeys … Continue reading Q&A With Seanan McGuire, Hugo Award Winning Author of Middlegame and Seasonal Fears

Introducing the New City Voice Editorial Board

Today, after four years at The City Voice, I, along with Maya and Jonathan, are cleaning out our desks and moving on. We still have some IB exams left, and we’ll be helping out around the place for a couple weeks yet, but we’ll no longer serve in our official capacity as editors. It’s been a long journey to get to where we stand today, … Continue reading Introducing the New City Voice Editorial Board