How to Win Someone Over for Valentine’s Day

By Sarah Dolgin Volume 69, Issue II In order to swindle your Valentine into taking you out during this “cuffing season,” there are a few key steps to follow. First, you must recite every line of Love Actually at his or her lunch table, which will surely catch everyone’s attention while exemplifying your dedication. You must learn how to play “The Way You Look Tonight” … Continue reading How to Win Someone Over for Valentine’s Day

Anxiety and New Protocols Headline Community Forum on School Safety

By Sean Fischer & Sarah Dolgin Volume 68, Issue V In the wake of recent school shootings, the school district administration opened a dialogue with the community regarding school safety and the many plans in place to keep students safe. This month, Dr. Kaishian, Mr. Murphy, and Director of Facilities Mr. George Hula hosted a community forum on school safety and security. After a brief … Continue reading Anxiety and New Protocols Headline Community Forum on School Safety

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

Don’t Tell Me to Chill

By Sarah Dolgin Volume 68, Issue III Picture this: you just failed a test that you were counting on to bring up your math average, and you are ranting to your friend about it. Suddenly, he says that one word that makes your skin crawl: “chill.” Not only were your valid feelings concerning your academic success invalidated by that single word, you most certainly questioned … Continue reading Don’t Tell Me to Chill