By Alyssa Nadler Volume 67, Issue II When the Briarcliff community thinks of winter sports, they tend to leave out one very important team: The CSI Chairambes. It is a group of Jewish kids playing basketball for our local temple. They travel for their games and have been doing very well. They are a group of proud players who work hard to make their team … Continue reading The CSI Chairambes
By Alyssa Nadler Volume 67, Issue II Many universities require families to ll out the College Scholarship Service (CSS) form in addition to the free application for federal student aid (FAFSA) when applying for nancial aid. It costs twenty-five dollars to submit a CSS form to every school (CSS/Financial Aid Pro le). It ironically costs people money to apply for a program that they can … Continue reading Priceless Education: Is it Worth a Lifetime of Debt?
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 assembly. It opened with a much needed reminder of all … Continue reading BHS Makes MLK Proud with a Touching Assembly
By Alyssa Nadler 1. The junior year struggle of walking down the hill in the rain. Nothing ruins a peaceful rainy day more than getting soaked on your way to school because you have to park at the church, which is like a mile away from the front doors. 2. Leaving during your frees to pick up Rocky’s or Sundance (usually Rocky’s). It’s a trip … Continue reading 10 Things Every Briarcliff Student Will Understand