The Best of NYFW

Volume 68, Issue I By Emma Wickey September 7 was the chaotic and overwhelming New York Fashion Week. Models and bloggers scoured the streets of NewYork City, running from show to show. Recognized in this article are some of the best collections and designers that worked so tirelessly at their craft. Let’s begin with the most notable show of the week: Calvin Klein. Calvin Klein’s … Continue reading The Best of NYFW

BHS Presents: Animal Farm

Volume 68, Issue I Come see Briarcliff High School’s production of Animal Farm, by George Orwell. “Tired of human politics? Come to Briarcliff High School’s production of Animal Farm, and see what happens when animals take the reigns. Hint: Things get rocky when a few pigs get power hungry. Buy your tickets ASAP before humans get locked out for good!” Buy your tickets at! All tickets are … Continue reading BHS Presents: Animal Farm

BHS Presents: The Boys from Syracuse

Volume 67, Issue III Come see BHS’s production of The Boys from Syracuse this March! “A zany take on one of the oldest stories in the book, The Boys From Syracuse is a classic ‘30s musical — a hilarious frolic through a small town where two pairs of separated-at-birth identical twins seem destined never to find each other, causing mayhem along the way.” Performances:  Friday, … Continue reading BHS Presents: The Boys from Syracuse

Dress for Comfort and Style this Winter

By Sarah Dolgin Volume 67, Issue II As the weather gets frostier and the need for warmer layers catches up with us, many nd it hard to look less like a marshmallow and look more fashionable. Although most are under the impression that large winter jackets and boots look frumpy and boring, there are many unique and trendy ways to keep winter fashion trends up … Continue reading Dress for Comfort and Style this Winter