Volume 68, Issue I By Tucker Poux When you think about Pleasantville food, what comes to mind? Mexican? Pizza? Sushi? Indian? Probably not seafood. Pleasantville lacked any semblance of great sea- food restaurants until chef Mogan Anthony strolled into town, bring- ing with him a taste of delicious seafood. Pubstreet opened its doors in September to a huge crowd wait- ing to get its hands … Continue reading Pleasantville’s Pearl: Pubstreet Review
Volume 68, Issue I By Claire Goldstein and Will Zimmerman At the beginning of the school year, a horror the students never saw coming hit them hard. Substation administrator Mr. Shapiro retired. Kind of. I guess. As Briarcliff High School’s only substitute teacher, Mr. Shapiro was officially a sub for every single student during his nine years with the school. Far too busy for an … Continue reading Mr. Shapiro Retires
Volume 68, Issue I By Emma Wickey 1. Apple and/or Pumpkin Picking There is nothing like going into the vast and plentiful farmland of Putnam or Dutchess County to pick apples you won’t eat and pumpkins you won’t carve. On the bright side, it will get some good photo ops for the gram. 2. Devour Pumpkin Spice Lattes Enough said. 3. Bring out the Circle … Continue reading 10 Basic Briarcliff Fall Things
Volume 68, Issue I By Eli Karp Three student-athletes signed their National Letters of Intent (NLI) on Wednesday, November 8. Two pitchers on the Bears Varsity Baseball team, Jack Ryan and Quinten Cooleen, will be playing the same sport at the next level. Ryan will play at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. William & Mary competes in the Colonial Athletic Association, a … Continue reading Three Student-Athletes Officially Commit
Volume 68, Issue I By Sean Fischer If parents ask their children how their day at school was, the typical answer is “fine” or “good.” But if close friends were to have a similar conversation, the response may contain a rant about a certain class, how busy each day feels, or how stress is at an all time high: school and grades and sports and … Continue reading Why Is Everyone So Stressed?
Volume 68, Issue I By Julia Orientale Junior Charlotte Sendek has been a Girl Scout for the past 11 years, starting a Daisy scout and now a Senior scout. When Girl Scouts reach middle school, they have the option to create a project that becomes their Bronze Award. After the bronze award, a girl scout can decide if she wants to go for the Silver … Continue reading Charlotte Sendek Goes for Gold Award
Volume 68, Issue I By Sarah Dolgin Tears stream down the hunger-stricken faces of students as they flock into the beloved Pat V. Maresca Center strictly to do their work. The Golden Age of the Maresca has ended, and students mourn the good old days when they could eat their lunches while doing their work at the same time! With signs entailing the demise of any … Continue reading Maresca Mayhem Drives Students Mad