By Sean Fischer and Anthony Radovanovich Volume 66 As the Briarcliff High School Class of 2016 prepares to graduate, as do its three most distinguished students: Valedictorian Feroze Mohideen, and Salutatorians Emma Burns and Aishwarya Sritharan. These incredible students excelled and demonstrated their talent in both academia as well as in their countless co-curricular activities and passions. Feroze Mohideen, the Valedictorian of the Class of 2016, … Continue reading Class of 2016 Valedictorian and Salutatorians
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
By Feroze Mohideen Not everybody is born to be a mathlete. Some live their entire lives with an unfortunate absence of ability, whereas others acquire their skills through tireless years of practice and training. There exist on this earth, however, a select few who stun the world with their sheer mathleticism and innate mathemagical prowess. We as a community are truly blessed to have one … Continue reading Student Mathlete Spotlight: Tommy Praeger
By Feroze Mohideen In light of the recent student protests at Yale and the University of Missouri, I feel it important to discuss the bigger picture in regards to these events and how we as Americans and we as writers for the paper should consider it. In case you weren’t aware, this Halloween, the Intercultural Affairs Committee of Yale sent out an email to staff … Continue reading Free Speech, Safe Space, and the Briarcliff Bulletin
Is Joseph Fraietta the greatest Briarcliff sprinter of all time? If you ask him, he’ll not only fully support that claim but may challenge you to a race in any of his favorite distances on the track. Continue reading “Joseph Fraietta: “I’m Probably Faster & Funnier Than You””
On Saturday October 13, the Academic Challenge team traveled to Irvington High School to participate in an M.A.C.C. meet against other schools in Westchester. Briarcliff sent three teams to the event to compete.