By Sarah Dolgin Volume 69, Issue IV As the end of the year approaches, the springtime has brought in its typical wave of showers, flowers, and apparently senior “cowards,” according to some. Clearly, it is extremely important as a senior to fulfill your responsibility of missing an important day of classes to go bowling, frolicking about, etc. Each year, every single senior receives a package … Continue reading Seniors Too Scared to Skip?
By Sarah Dolgin Volume 69, Issue III It would be an understatement to say that this year’s spring musical was exemplary. A more appropriate description of the show would include words such as whimsical, unique, and fantasmagorical. Community members, faculty, family members, and friends were blown away by their fellow students’ transformations into Vulgarian royalty and spies, along with the eccentric Potts family members. Prior … Continue reading Chitty Chitty Bang Bang: A Truly Scrumptious Production
By Sarah Dolgin Volume 69, Issue III Attention all regular earbud users, with the wires still attached, your vehicle for jamming out is now considered the plebeian way of listening to music. If you can, go to the nearest apple store pronto, because you never know what the Airpod users will do to you if they see that you are still old-fashioned enough to listen … Continue reading The Rise of AirPods
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
By Sean Fischer and Sarah Dolgin Volume 69, Issue II Q: Hiya Sean and Sarah, I have had this problem for quite some time now, and I really could use your fantastic advice. Before I start this off, I need to give you some background. Ever since I was young, my mother has packed my lunch with a Mott’s Apple Juice and a little post-it … Continue reading Sean & Sarah’s Social Q’s
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
By Sarah Dolgin Volume 68, Issue V There are many fun things to look back on from the annual BHS Art Salon held at Sleepy Hollow Country Club. The seniors wrapped up their AP portfolios, putting on display a multitude of impressive and unique works as representation of the dedication they bring to art class each and every day. Every senior in the AP course … Continue reading Art Show Review