New Deadline for FASFA Form

By Madison Hennessy FAFSA, as many seniors will already know, stands for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Current and incoming college students may ll it out each year to see if they qualify for aid. Based on their needs, they will be eligible for different types of federal, state, and institutional aid, most…

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Student Help Desk

By Zoe London This year ar Briarcliff High School, every student was provided with a MacBook to help them with their studies. The laptop holds an in nite amount of possibilities for usage, ranging from creating presentations, typing up notes, and connecting to your teachers through the student email. While the Macs are known for…

Advice to Get You Through Junior Year

By Lucy Kaminsky Remember that it’s not actually as bad as you think it is. Junior year seems like a breeze when you’re trying to write sixteen supplements and figure out Naviance, I promise. Take time to do stuff you actually like. Who cares if you’re acing AP Chem and U.S. if you feel drained…

Worth More Than $10/Hour: Student Jobs

By Rebecca Leon I’m sure most of you have heard at some point, “I’m not paying for that!” or “Get off your lazy butt and go get a job!” from a parent. I know I have. I work at Ben and Jerry’s in Mount Kisco and no, I’m not sick of ice cream yet. To…

Fall TV Line Up

By Kelly Hooper New Girl: Yes, friends, New Girl is back for its sixth season. This new season begins with a bang as Cece and Shmidt are newly wed and Jess still has feelings for Nick, who is entering a long distance relationship with Reagan. New Girl is on Tuesdays at 8:30. Scream Queens: Directly…

Interview With Student Body Presidents

By Bailey Winiarski An interview with the Briarcliff High School Co- Presidents I sat down with our student body co- presidents, Jackie Contento and Julia Duffy, for a quick interview about their hopes for the school year, the responsibilities they hold, and what they are hoping to accomplish for their nal year here at BHS.…

The Returning Mr. Chervin

By Madison Hennessy  Mr. Neil Chervin is certainly one of Briarcliff High School’s more colorful characters. Having been a member of the BHS science faculty for many years, he retired in 2012 to pursue other hobbies, which include scavenging demolished and abandoned architectural sites and making pickles. But time and time again he has proven…