Electronic Art

Electronic Art

Reported by: Alyssa Burbank Art comes in many forms, and electronic art is just another form of expression for a large number of artists. Electronic art is defined by Wikipedia as, “a form of art that makes use of electronic media. More broadly, it refers to technology and/or electronic media. It is related to information art, new media art, video art, digital art, interactive art, internet art, […]

Hawk Day in May

Hawk Day in May

Reported by: Sam Woodhouse   On Wednesday this week the school hosted another Hawk Day, to the delight of most students. Hawk Days are popular with students because they are opportunities to be excused from class and listen to inspirational guest speakers. This week the guests were a man from Philadelphia who cleaned up from […]

Staying Out of Drama

Staying Out of Drama

The breakups of friendships are far much worse then breakups of relationships. These people are supposed to be there when you’re down and not happy. These people are not supposed to be temporary. I know it can be hard but sometimes you just have to let go.  Ask yourself these questions, and based on your […]

Summer Movie Season

Summer Movie Season

Reported by: Sam Woodhouse   This summer is seeing a large host of blockbuster movie releases. Moviegoers are excited for the exploits of superheroes, monsters, pirates, and more at the cinema during this summer. Kicking off with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, the season will continue with Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell […]

Dress for the Code

Dress for the Code

As the school year winds down and the temperature rises,  students at Corning Painted-Post High School are starting to wear clothes that are geared toward warmer weather. However it is important that students pay attention to the CPP’s dress code when considering their outfit for the day. If students do not comply by the dress […]

Memorial Day Weekend

Memorial Day Weekend

Reported By: Jaedyne Filkins  Memorial Day is an American holiday, observed on the last Monday of May, honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. Originally known as Decoration Day, it originated in the years following the Civil War and became an official federal holiday in 1971. Over two dozen […]

Paris Trip

Paris Trip

Reported by: Pearl Cooper In the fall, the French Club will be spending four days in Paris. The deadline to enroll is June Ninth. The trip will take place October fifth through ninth, 2017 and is open to French Club Members. It is expected to cost 1,250 dollars. The students will take in the beautiful […]

Weather Report for 5/26 through 6/1

Weather Report for 5/26 through 6/1

5/26- Showers ending by midday. Highs in the midsixties 5/27- Highs around 70. More clouds than sun 5/28- Cloudy with rain. Temperatures constant 5/29- Cloudy with periods of rain. Temps increase to around 74 5/30- Afternoon showers possible. Slight temperature drop 5/31- Mix of sun and clouds. Temps remain around the same 6/1- For Yearbook […]

The Yearbooks are coming!!

The Yearbooks are coming!!

Reporting by Jake Gross   With the final in-school sale on Tuesday May 23, the reveal of this year’s Tesserae yearbook is right around the corner. We caught up with the Editors-in-Chief of Volume 3 and the Editors-in-Chief of next year’s Volume 4 to find out more about Distribution Day and Volume 3.   “Distribution […]

Summer Trends

Summer Trends

Reported by: Jaquelle Quenan With the temperatures finally seeming to warm up, new trends are rising as well. Although Birkenstocks, floral prints, and nude pink have been popular throughout the entire year, they are still super trendy for this upcoming summer season. So don’t put away your winter or fall clothes just yet. Another trend […]