Relocation of the Briarcliff Deli

By Amelia Leahy Volume 67, Issue II As many of you know, the Briarcliff Market & Deli has announced that it is moving locations. The new deli will be located just across the street at the old Twist building. Recently, Briarcliff Market & Deli owner, Frank, purchased the store across the street. He purchased that…

Jordan Kim: Killing the Instagram Game

By Rebecca Leon Volume 67, Issue II If you’re big in the world of Instagram, you may have noticed senior Jordan Kim’s steady rise in popularity and notoriety. Why you may ask? Because of his photography. He posts his artwork on Instagram with the username @jrdnkim, and each post receives anything from 150 to 400…

Restuarant Review: Red Zebra

By Tucker Poux Volume 67, Issue II Red Zebra is a brand new restaurant located in Sleepy Hollow. This is no ordinary Italian bistro, as Red Zebra is owned by Neil Benson, a member of the Briarcliff community. Benson’s sons Alex and Oliver currently attend Briarcliff High School. What Mr. Benson and co-owner David Starkey…

Tree Huggers vs. The Night Crew

By Anthony Radovanovich Volume 67, Issue II “We are fighting back,” says Lucy Kaminsky, co-president of Briarcliff Treehugger’s club. Briarcliff Treehugger’s Club is a student-run organization with faculty sponsor Mrs. Constantinou. The club aims to promote environmental awareness within the school and strive to make the school more environmentally friendly. As a part of this…

Promxiety

By Lucy Kaminsky Volume 67, Issue II A lot of the senior girls at Briarcliff High School have recently come down with serious cases of prom anxiety. It may seem extreme to teachers, friends, and parents; it’s been a topic of conversation since spirit week and has only worsened as the year has gone on.…

Is It Even Possible to Keep New Year’s Resolutions?

By Sarah Albert Volume 67, Issue II Year after year, we aim high and set optimistic yet unrealistic goals for ourselves in the new year. This year I’ll be smarter, kinder and better!! Commonly, we nd ourselves promising to be more productive and stop procrastinating, be more positive, eat healthier, stop spending as much, etc.…

BHS Makes MLK Proud with a Touching Assembly

By Alyssa Nadler Volume 67, Issue II After a year of preparation, the Coalition for Human Dignity Club put on its yearly MLK assembly. In anticipation of the assembly, BHS students were asked to arrive to school in blue and orange, as unity and acting as one force was an important take away of the…