The Best Fall Treats to Make at Home

By Sarah Albert and Emma Diller Volume 68, Issue I Grandma’s Apple Pie Take a piece of Grandma with you to your next family gathering! Crust: -2 cups sifted all-purpose our -1 teaspoon salt -2⁄3 cup of shortening -5-7 tablespoons cold water (or if you’re lazy… Pillsbury dough works too!!) Filling: -6 or 7 granny smith apples -3⁄4 to 1 cup sugar -2 tablespoons our … Continue reading The Best Fall Treats to Make at Home

10 Basic Briarcliff Fall Things

Volume 68, Issue I By Emma Wickey 1. Apple and/or Pumpkin Picking There is nothing like going into the vast and plentiful farmland of Putnam or Dutchess County to pick apples you won’t eat and pumpkins you won’t carve. On the bright side, it will get some good photo ops for the gram. 2. Devour Pumpkin Spice Lattes Enough said. 3. Bring out the Circle … Continue reading 10 Basic Briarcliff Fall Things

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