The Debate On Gun Control

On June 2, 2022, President Biden confronted the people of the United States in a public address, reflecting on the recent tragedies involving gun violence across the nation. The President focused his attention on voicing his view on the matter, urging the implementation of potential solutions to the problem at hand. These solutions include the banning of assault weapons, the increasing the minimum age requirement … Continue reading The Debate On Gun Control

The Significance of the Finalissima to Argentina and Italy

With a live audience of 87,000 fans, the first Finalissima since 1993 occurred on June 1, 2022. The match consisted of the Argentinian champions of the Copa America 2020 and the reigning champions of the Euro 2020 facing off in the world renowned Wembley Stadium. The first goal of the match was scored 28 minutes into the game by Lautaro Martínez, igniting a sense of … Continue reading The Significance of the Finalissima to Argentina and Italy

Mr. Huppert Leaving City To Pursue Doctorate In Harvard

Principal Ryan Huppert was accepted into the Doctor of Education Leadership Program over at Harvard University! Sadly, this program is a full three year residential program, meaning that he will have to leave his post as Principal of City High Middle School and attend the program. We are very happy for Mr. Huppert and wish him all the best in his journey! Now as Mr. … Continue reading Mr. Huppert Leaving City To Pursue Doctorate In Harvard

Texas School Shooting Leaves 21 Dead

On Tuesday, May 24, a shooting at an elementary school in Texas marked the 27th school shooting of 2022. Officials have confirmed that the whole ordeal at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas resulted in the deaths of 19 students and 2 teachers, the 2nd largest death count of any school shooting following the Sandy Hook shooting. The gunman, an 18-year-old, shot his grandmother at … Continue reading Texas School Shooting Leaves 21 Dead

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