Don’t Lie for “Auld Land Syne”

By Sarah Dolgin Volume 68, Issue II The New Year is approaching; the time of year when raw honesty envelops the world. It is miraculous how consistent people seem to be with their resolutions. Obviously, you are going to keep up with your new-year-new-me workout regimen for more than a two social media posts, start eating quinoa with every meal and cut down on your … Continue reading Don’t Lie for “Auld Land Syne”

Parents: Worry About your Hips, not About Being Hip

By Charlotte Fink Volume 68, Issue II Parents, stop trying to emulate your kids. Whether it’s the precarious fashion decisions or the pitiful attempts at teenage lingo, please stick to being parents and don’t be #highschoolforever. As a high schooler, I can tell you that you can’t quite pull off camo the way your 15-year-old daughters can. Sorry parents, your glory days have passed. Please … Continue reading Parents: Worry About your Hips, not About Being Hip

Maresca Mayhem Drives Students Mad

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

Things to Do While Waiting for the Next Bulletin to Come Out

By Sean Fischer Volume 67, Issue III All the students and faculty at BHS anxiously await every new edition of the Bulletin, that is just a know fact. What still remains a mystery is how our readers pass the time in between issues. Here is a list of activities that could ease your angst (and pass the time). 1) Go for a stroll. The fresh … Continue reading Things to Do While Waiting for the Next Bulletin to Come Out

Briarcliff Bulletin Shuts Down: This is Our Last Issue

By Sarah Albert Volume 67, Issue I Say goodbye to your beloved Briarcliff Bulletin! After over 90 years of honorable, intellectual and satirical writing, the dynasty of the Briarcliff Bulletin is coming to a close. Established during the 1920s, the Briarcliff Bulletin was the one and only school paper offering all of the current news, sports, and arts updates to its loyal supporters; the BHS … Continue reading Briarcliff Bulletin Shuts Down: This is Our Last Issue

Teacher Fashion

By Sean Fischer Volume 67, Issue I As students from all grades compete to be the trendiest and best-dressed person, another group of fashionistas also joined the rivalry: teachers. Four teachers in particular show up to school everyday dressed to impress. Ms. Fernandez, Ms. McCarthy, Ms. Murphy, and Ms. Brilliant are some of the most stylish members of our school community, out-styling students from every … Continue reading Teacher Fashion

Middle School Power Outage Leads to Largest Game of Hide-and-Seek in District History

By Feroze Mohideen On Friday, December 11th, the power supply to Briarcliff Middle School was cut, while that of the high school remained functional. As you probably know, much to the chagrin of older siblings, middle-schoolers were not required to attend classes that day, yet high-schoolers had a normal school schedule. What you may not be aware of, however – especially if you aren’t blessed … Continue reading Middle School Power Outage Leads to Largest Game of Hide-and-Seek in District History