Denggggg Daniel

By Julia Orientale Volume 69, Issue I Senior Daniel Deng is back at it again. Over the summer, he participated in a week-long intensive portraiture workshop led by portrait painter Costa Vavagiakis at the Art Students League of New York in Manhattan. In the class Deng worked from live models and learned about the proper procedure of portrait painting: employing a style that is immediate … Continue reading Denggggg Daniel

Artist Spotlight: Farhaanah Mohideen

By Julia Orientale Volume 68, Issue V You may know Farhaanah Mohideen as an exceptional student, but the Class of 2018 co-salutatorian is an artistic prodigy as well. A fan of painting portraits, she first became serious about art in her freshman year art class. Mohideen finds inspiration in other artists at Briarcliff High School and says she is motivated to diversify her work from … Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Farhaanah Mohideen

Denggg, Daniel: Artist Spotlight

By Julia Orientale Volume 68, Issue III Junior Daniel Deng has been wowing BHS with his artistic abilities and talents. His artistic road wasn’t consistent, though. Deng first pursued art when he was younger but later stopped. When high school started he got back into art and began to work on it seriously. Deng says he works in the realm of realism, primarily using oil … Continue reading Denggg, Daniel: Artist Spotlight

Tax Bill Posted to Affect Westchester Residents

By Julia Orientale Volume 68, Issue III The most significant tax reform in over 30 years has been passed by the Senate. The 479-page tax bill proposed by the Republican Party passed in a 51-49 vote. The bill is not yet law as the House and Senate must be in agreement. Now, House and Senate negotiators will attempt to settle on a compromised version. The … Continue reading Tax Bill Posted to Affect Westchester Residents

Charlotte Sendek Goes for Gold Award

Volume 68, Issue I By Julia Orientale Junior Charlotte Sendek has been a Girl Scout for the past 11 years, starting a Daisy scout and now a Senior scout. When Girl Scouts reach middle school, they have the option to create a project that becomes their Bronze Award. After the bronze award, a girl scout can decide if she wants to go for the Silver … Continue reading Charlotte Sendek Goes for Gold Award