BHS Students Win at Science Research Competition

By Charlotte Sendek Volume 68, Issue IV On February 3, science research students participated in the Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS) at John Jay-Cross River High School. All but two seniors in the program and a handful of juniors participated. Participants presented a poster of their research twice and another time if there was a tie within a category. Two Briarcliff students, Livy Bergstein … Continue reading BHS Students Win at Science Research Competition

Underrated Fall Sports

Volume 68, Issue I By Charlotte Sendek All the excitement for fall sports usually centers around the soccer, football, and cheer teams, but what about the swim/dive, field hockey, and cross-country teams? The 30 Briarcliff swimmers/divers are on a combined swim/dive team with Pleasantville, Valhalla and Westlake, called BPVW, and the Briarcliff captains are Megan Donoghue and Claire Goldstein. “I think it’s fantastic that we … Continue reading Underrated Fall Sports

Ms. Dyer Returns to Science Research

By Charlotte Sendek Volume 67, Issue I Ms. Dyer is back teaching Science Research after a two-year break! Students mostly know her as a biology teacher, but this year, she is teaching Science Research as well. Ms. Dyer has a background in forensic science, social sciences, visual arts, and writing. She hum- bly claims she isn’t an expert in any of these topics, but she … Continue reading Ms. Dyer Returns to Science Research