Use a Pack a Day (Of Main Office Post-Its)

By Jacob Cooper

As I look on with awe, I see a herd of aggressive, noisy animals make their way towards the escape, all tagged with bright, colorful markings signaling their departure. This mass migration occurs every day through the whole school year, rain or shine. 5th period definitely sees the heaviest traffic, although I have observed notable volume at other times. Poor Mrs. Siagris at the front office has to deal with these raucous creatures each day, at an undeniable cost to her and the school. Continue reading “Use a Pack a Day (Of Main Office Post-Its)”

Ben Allen: Professional Ski Tuner

By Jacob Cooper

Ben Allen
Photo Courtesy of Ben Allen

Winter’s here, and with all of the recent snow, the ski mountains up north are packed with fresh powder. Get a pair of skis or a snowboard, have them tuned, polished, and waxed for the season, and you are ready to go. However, what you might not have realized is that you unnecessarily lost a good chunk of money.

Ben Allen, a competitive ski racer and Briarcliff junior, Continue reading “Ben Allen: Professional Ski Tuner”