Art Students Take Inspiration Back to BHS After Trip to the Met

By Zoe London Volume 68, Issue IV On February 13, Briarcliff art students took on New York City and saw what the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Met) had to offer. The students, led by Ms. Ritacco and her husband, first explored the Met Breuer, which presents both modern and contemporary works by artists from all around the world, including standouts Leon Golub and Anselm Kiefer. … Continue reading Art Students Take Inspiration Back to BHS After Trip to the Met

Musical Succeeds Despite Major Setbacks from Weather

By Anthony Radovanovich Volume 68, Issue IV Climbing the corporate ladder is a difficult, arduous path that only the tenacious can thrive on, or so you thought. Briarcliff High School’s production of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying truly brought to life Frank Loesser’s timeless tale in which the young and hopeful J. Pierrepont Finch (portrayed by Jack Mcgranaghan) is able to grow from … Continue reading Musical Succeeds Despite Major Setbacks from Weather

Chorus Sings for MLK

By Anthony Radovanovich Volume 68, Issue III Sunday, January 14th, Dr. Banks and the Briarcliff High School Chorus will head to the Star of Bethlehem Baptist Church in Ossining, to engage in a community celebration of Martin Luther King Day. The chorus will be performing uplifting and powerful music for parishioners that has strong ties to the holiday through underlying meaning. Two songs the group … Continue reading Chorus Sings for MLK

Denggg, Daniel: Artist Spotlight

By Julia Orientale Volume 68, Issue III Junior Daniel Deng has been wowing BHS with his artistic abilities and talents. His artistic road wasn’t consistent, though. Deng first pursued art when he was younger but later stopped. When high school started he got back into art and began to work on it seriously. Deng says he works in the realm of realism, primarily using oil … Continue reading Denggg, Daniel: Artist Spotlight

In Case You Missed It: Animal Farm

By Elizabeth Madden Volume 68, Issue II Animal Farm is about the political instability in a dystopian society where animals overthrow the humans, but experience their own difficulties involving political corruption and social inequality. The acting was superb, considering the experience of the students casted, and I thought that everyone did a great job in displaying animalistic qualities to the audience. I thought the opening … Continue reading In Case You Missed It: Animal Farm

BHS Dancers and Singers Dazzle on Stage

By Chloe Goldstein Volume 68, Issue II The chorus and dance concert on December 5th, was a phenomenal show, a perfect way to begin the holiday season. The theme of “flowers in winter” showed strongly and beautifully through all of the five dances. The dance section of the concert was choreographed by Briarcliff High School’s dance director, Ms. Guida. The dances included: “Acorn to Oak”, … Continue reading BHS Dancers and Singers Dazzle on Stage

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