Rally calling for due process in Cuomo investigation held in NYC

Logan Schiciano and Hanna Schiciano April 3, 2021

Outside the headquarters of Fox News and The New York Post, a small rally was held on Friday demanding due process in the investigation of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.  As of April 3, nine women...

The mystery of vaccine hesitancy

Logan Schiciano and Hanna Schiciano March 30, 2021

Recent polls reveal that hesitancy to get the COVID-19 vaccine is particularly high amongst Republicans – 41% don't plan to get the shot, including 49% of Republican men, according to PBS. Tower Broadcast...

Masters sophomore Stella Simonds sits in the library reading. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the book industry went through many ups and downs, but ultimately found success in 2020.

Book industry finds success through the ups and downs of 2020

Maya Phillips, Contributing Writer February 11, 2021

The COVID-19 outbreak last March quickly bound millions of Americans to their homes, with nowhere to go and lots of time. Many found this to be the perfect opportunity to finally read the books they never...

Remembering the life of Panton Adams

Logan Schiciano, TBN Producer February 5, 2021

Jacob Chansley, also known as the

Podcast: Inside the Mob: Jan. 6, 2021

Logan Schiciano, TBN Producer January 21, 2021

As President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and others in the new Biden Administration call for unity, the country is just two weeks removed from the deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol – the climax...

Trump supporters occupy the Capitol grounds during Wednesday's violent attempt to stop the certification of Joe Biden for President. Incited by President Donald Trump,  the mob infiltrated the building, vandalizing statues, stealing property and threatening to hang elected officials. Masters' Students and faculty reflect on the insurrection, and the deepening political divide as Trump leaves office.

Community reacts to Capitol riots, deepening political divide as Trump presidency comes to a close

Logan Schiciano, TBN Producer January 10, 2021
Members of The Masters School community are outraged at the hypocrisy in President Donald Trump’s rhetoric and law enforcement’s response to the deadly insurrection on Capitol Hill Wednesday, when a mob of Trump supporters, some armed, infiltrated the building in an attempt to stop the counting of electoral votes to certify Joe Biden as the next president of the United States.

How Cancel Culture Disproportionately Affects Women

Mia Romanoff, Blogger January 3, 2021

The end of 2020 brought us many interesting TikTok trends: No Nuance November, fancam edits of election analysts, and the canceling of TikTok star Charlie D’amelio and her sister Dixie. Canceling, a...

Dobbs 16 perseveres through restrictions

Logan Schiciano, TBN Producer January 2, 2021

This package was originally published in Tower Broadcast News #3, which aired on December 17, 2020. 

2020 Year in Review

Logan Schiciano, TBN Producer January 2, 2021

2020 was one for the history books. TBN producer Logan Schiciano looks back at the year’s developments at Masters and around the world. This package originally aired on Tower's Instagram...

Tower Broadcast News #3

Logan Schiciano and Lance Leys December 17, 2020

Today on the show, a behind-the-scenes look at Masters pooled testing operation, a spotlight on how Dobbs 16 – Masters' competitive a cappella group – has adapted despite COVID-19 restrictions, a preview...

11-year old Abigail (Abby) Kaye, the daughter of eleventh grade Class Dean Shelly Kaye, studies at home accompanied by her family's dog. Because both of Abby's parents are teaching in person this fall, she's had to take on more responsibility making sure she and her brother Gavin are present for their online classes. Kaye said,

Children of the pandemic: exploring the challenges and coping strategies of the world’s youngest learners

Logan Schiciano, TBN Producer November 20, 2020

The initial thrill of learning from home that many young children experienced back in March has quickly faded into an endless stretch of fear, isolation and uncertainty. The pandemic is not only proving...

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