Board of Ed Addresses Bulletin Article and Mental Health

By Sarah Dolgin Volume 68, Issue IV In The Bulletin’s previous issue, the following article ran: Academic Integrity: A Struggle Between Morals and Mental Health. In response to reading the article, Board of Education Trustee Paul Wasserman thought it was important to bring attention to the article and its topic. The Board, when discussing the item during a February 8th public work session, seemed a bit … Continue reading Board of Ed Addresses Bulletin Article and Mental Health

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

Mr. Durkin Announces His Retirement

By Annie Dineen Volume 68, Issue IV Mr. Durkin, a world famous, or at least Briarcliff famous, English teacher is unfortunately leaving us at the end of this school year. I have had the pleasure of being his student this year and learned so much about English, and birds, from Mr. Durkin. When I sat down and talked to him for this article, I realized how passionate and engaged … Continue reading Mr. Durkin Announces His Retirement

BHS Spring Musical RESCHEDULED

Briarcliff High School’s Production of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying has been postponed and rescheduled due to weather events.   “This lively story of ambition and love takes a satirical look at the interaction between executives and secretaries, women and men in the workplace, and is as relevant to today’s world as it was in the 1960’s when the story is set.  With … Continue reading BHS Spring Musical RESCHEDULED

Students Honor Dr. King for Cotnoir’s Last Assembly

By Stephanie Markowitz Volume 68, Issue III Thursday, January 11, was the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. assembly, put together entirely by the Student Coalition for Human Dignity. The Student Coalition for Human Dignity, a BHS club open to all, works on this event from the beginning of the year until the assembly date, typically the week before Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. The assembly aimed to … Continue reading Students Honor Dr. King for Cotnoir’s Last Assembly

A Democrat for County Executive

By Jarrod Singer Volume 68, Issue II People all over Westchester were surprised with the outcome of the recent election for County Executive. Rob Astorino, who had been Westchester County Executive since 2009, was up against George Latimer, who served on the New York State Senate. As the election came by, everybody expected Astorino to win by a landslide based on his popularity. By freezing … Continue reading A Democrat for County Executive

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