Feature

AT Art Projects

  For the past month, AT 2D Art students have been hard at work on their project, The Figure in Art, where they studied the human figure, looking specifically at joints. After selecting one part of the human body to focus on, the students drew inspiration from photos or sculptures to design their own 2D

AT Art Projects

  For the past month, AT 2D Art students have been hard at work on their project, The Figure in Art, where they studied the human figure, looking specifically at joints. After selecting one part of the human body to focus on, the students drew inspiration from photos or sculptures to design their own 2D

Voices, Unheard

The numbers: One in eight kids are diagnosed with anxiety. Six to eight percent of teens have serious depression. 2.8 million American adolescents had at least one major depressive episode in 2014. These are the numbers: the cold, hard facts. But these facts are made up of millions of children who, every day, deal with

Q&A: Aija Mayrock

At first glance, Aija Mayrock may seem like your typical NYU college student — she goes to classes, hangs out with friends, and seems happy. But Mayrock’s life was not always as untroubled as it seems. As a teenager, she was cruelly bullied for years, and even when she moved away from her original tormentors,

Opinion

FAKE NEWS

When we go to a restaurant or a supermarket, for the most part, we assume that what we eat is safe. This is because the FDA regulates what goes into our food in order to ensure that Americans consume foods that are safe.   Similarly, we assume that the news we read is true. Without looking

FAKE NEWS

When we go to a restaurant or a supermarket, for the most part, we assume that what we eat is safe. This is because the FDA regulates what goes into our food in order to ensure that Americans consume foods that are safe.   Similarly, we assume that the news we read is true. Without looking

Letter from the Web Editors in Chief

Hi! We’re the new web editors-in-chief of Maroon. We plan to make shsmaroon.org your new Facebook (’cause let’s be real, that thing is dying). The school website will be a new part of your daily social media checkup (hopefully). It will be filled with articles that are interesting about fellow classmates, teachers, and Raider related

Back & Better Than Ever: Cats the Musical Review

During its time, Cats was the longest running Broadway show, closing after 7,485 performances in September of 2000. Now, it’s back! Cats reopened in late July, 2016. The music is exactly the same as the original production, and the new directors preserved the lively and upbeat nature of the show when it was first on

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