BHS Production: 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…

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…

Harambe Tape Art

By Brandon Danuff Volume 67, Issue I Dr. Linville’s Sculpting class once again graced the hallways of the High School building with their annual tape art projects, getting people to look up from their phones in the halls and take in the talent of their fellow students. For over 5 years, Dr. Linville’s class has…

Charlotte Luttkus Makes Nationals

By Sean Fischer Volume 67, Issue I First she had to get a perfect score on NYSSMA, then she had to get accepted into All State and participate in it for one year, then she had to send a video audition and wait to see if she got accepted. Charlotte Luttkus will be going to Nationals…

A Chair With a Story

By Rebecca Leon and Mary Scott Volume 67, Issue I If you’ve been around school, you may have seen the funky chairs covered with paintings. You might recognize them from the old library. But these chairs all have a story behind them. The mastermind behind the chairs’ redesign is Dr. Linville, one of the high…

Fall Drama Preview

By Mary Scott Volume 67, Issue I This year’s Briarcliff High School Fall Drama is “Around the World in Eighty Days,” a play based on a book written by Jules Verne. The cast is once again thoroughly preparing to put on yet another great show this season!       The story takes place originally…

Future of Music Department Trips

By Eli Karp  Many students probably know that recently, on October 29, the band, orchestra and some of Mrs. Carnahan’s history students went on a trip to see Les Misérables, the musical, in the city. After hearing that the play had been brought back to Broadway, band director Ms. Montenegro suggested that the class go…