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Fish Are Friends Not Food

Fish Are Friends Not Food

In a continuing effort to increase environmental sustainability at Scarsdale High School, two students have found a way to grow plants in a quicker and more environmentally friendly manner. Alex Reisel ’16 and Myles Kornfeld ’16 have been using aquaponics in order to grow alfalfa, arugula, collard greens, and tomatoes. Aquaponics is the process of

“Congresswoman” Waldman Fights for Justice

SHS sophomore Jessica Waldman ’17 has recently become a member of Congress; not the U.S. Congress but the JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) Children’s Congress. For three days in July, Waldman had the opportunity to speak with congressmen on Capitol Hill about her illness. Since being diagnosed with type 1 (T1D) diabetes in 6th grade,

The Real Gold of the West Coast: Acai Bowls

What would you say is the standard breakfast of the East Coast? Maybe, living right outside the city, the New Yorker inside of  you would say the classic bagel (#baegel?) and cream cheese or some sort of pastry à la Audrey Hepburn during Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Coffee, not optional. Or maybe you’d picture a hot

The Daily Life of a Day Camp Counselor

Wake up at an unreasonable hour and question why you ever even applied for this job. Get to camp only to find all your eight year old campers seem to have had five cups of coffee while you can hardly keep your eyes open. Spend the entire morning day dreaming of all the places you

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