By Sean Fischer & Sarah Dolgin Volume 68, Issue III To be or not to be…a vegan Hi Sean and Sarah! I have been a dedicated vegan for some time now (about three months,) and besides giving up paper (because trees are friends not the foundation of corporate America), I am very conflicted about what course to take next year. My guidance counselor says that … Continue reading Sean and Sarah’s Social Q’s Part II
By Sean Fischer Volume 68, Issue III Throughout your four years of high school, there is bound to be at least one book in English class that you really despise, that one book that makes you cringe every time you hear the title, that gave you PTSD and made you consider adopting French as your first language. Now imagine that you have to teach that … Continue reading English Teachers Make a Book Wish List
By Sean Fischer Volume 68, Issue II Almost any English teacher will tell you that books are great. Just ask Ms. Fishman, who takes her kids to the library weekly and whose husband has resorted to having to hide books from her. Her fellow English teacher, Ms. Fernandez, does not only impart that lesson to her students but also shares her passion for literature through … Continue reading Books are Great, but Clubs About Them are Better
By Sean Fischer and Sarah Dolgin Volume 68, Issue II Sarah and Sean’s Social Qs has been established upon the basis of exemplary advice giving. As wisdom gurus, Sean and Sarah will be accepting anonymous questions and will apply said wisdom to help solve any and all problems, whether they concern school troubles, or life troubles. Questions can be submitted to the Bulletin email, or … Continue reading Sean and Sarah’s Social Q’s
Volume 68, Issue I By Sean Fischer If parents ask their children how their day at school was, the typical answer is “fine” or “good.” But if close friends were to have a similar conversation, the response may contain a rant about a certain class, how busy each day feels, or how stress is at an all time high: school and grades and sports and … Continue reading Why Is Everyone So Stressed?
By Sean Fischer Volume 67, Issue V Moving, comical, optimistic: graduation speeches are so much more than a way to conclude a ceremony. Recently, there has been more and more press coverage at lucky universities and high schools around the country that have the opportunity to have a celebrity, or a president, address the graduating class. This inclusion of political icons such as President Trump … Continue reading Graduation Speeches
By Sean Fischer Volume 67, Issue III Early one morning a tedious day in February, Mrs. French got on the loudspeaker and made a momentous announcement about three of Briarcliff’s most distinguished students. “The Briarcliff High School Class of 2017 valedictorian and salutatorians are Sophie Underwood, Jackie Contento, and Lauren Burnette,” her voice booming through the halls as these students made their way down to … Continue reading Class of 2017 Valedictorian and Salutatorians