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Scarsdale High School's daily online news source


Scarsdale High School's daily online news source


The Met Galas Moral Dilemma

The Met Gala’s Moral Dilemma

Zoe Winston May 22, 2023

Separating the art from the artist has become a new debate as cancel culture continues to spread. However, with the 2023 Met Gala, a new question arose: Can you separate the designs from the designer?...

A Small Light covers the story of Anne Frank from a different perspective.

Review: A Small Light

Ava Schnipper May 22, 2023

Earlier this month, National Geographic released a television series highlighting the story of Anne Frank’s family. (For those who do not know, the Franks were a Jewish family who lived in Amsterdam...

Scarsdale Voters Approve Bond to Support Renovations for the SHS Auditorium

Scarsdale Voters Approve Bond to Support Renovations for the SHS Auditorium

Rory Winston May 21, 2023

The SHS Auditorium is loved by students, teachers, and community members alike. It is used for classes, performances, guest speakers, concerts, and more. However, over years of use, it has fallen into...

Scarsdale High School Drama Clubs She Kills Monsters Shines on Stage

Scarsdale High School Drama Club’s ‘She Kills Monsters’ Shines on Stage

April 20, 2023

Written by Qui Nguyen, the play seamlessly blends '90s music and culture with a fantastical world teeming with otherworldly creatures of elves, demons, and fairies. The story follows Agnes Evans, played...

Taylor Swift began her Eras Tour in March. Fans have been enchanted by her performances thus far.

Taylor Swift: A Tour for the Eras

Grace Wu April 18, 2023

On March 17, 2023, Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour officially began with its opening night in Glendale, AZ. Swift’s concert lasted over three hours, with a total of forty-four songs on her setlist from her...

The Jewish Culture Club celebrated Purim together this month.

Jewish Culture Club Hosts a Purim Party

Ava Schnipper March 29, 2023

Purim is an annual holiday in the Jewish calendar that reminds us of a time when the Jewish people living in Persia were able to escape persecution by being resilient and staying true to their identities....

A Morning of Chamber Music at Hoff-Barthelson Music School

A Morning of Chamber Music at Hoff-Barthelson Music School

Stephanie Liu March 26, 2023

On the morning of March 2, 2023, the Hoff-Barthelson Music School brimmed with classical music from talented chamber groups from four schools across Westchester County. They were performing at the...

Out of the 1,949 applicants, six were Scarsdale’s seniors named in STS Top 300 scholars this year, and one even made it to the top 40 finalists.

Six of SHS’s Seniors Named Regeneron STS Scholars

Alina Yang and Joyce Liu February 5, 2023

Regeneron Science Talent Search (STS) is the oldest and most prestigious science competition in the United States. Every year this competition receives thousands of applications, each one equivalent to...

Scarsdale Robotics Club went undefeated in their tournament in Peekskill, advancing them to the state championships for the first time in 5 years.

Robotics Club Opens the Season With a Massive Win

Justin Zhang, Writer February 5, 2023

After five years of robot designs going sideways, the Scarsdale Robotics Club redeemed itself in the first tournament of the year. January 14th, in the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of...

Posters made by the Digital Design and Motion Graphics Club to promote and inform students about Off and Away Day.

Scarsdale’s Solution to Phone Addiction: The “Off and Away” Policy

Ava Schnipper January 30, 2023

“I want Scarsdale to be a leader in limiting phone usage,” SHS English teacher Jennifer Rosenzweig said. Rosenzweig has been one of the main proponents of the “Off and Away” policy that seeks to...

The colorful murals painted on the walls combined with the bright yellow lighting make for a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

NH44: Full of Flavor and Fluorescents

Elliot Eisenberg January 13, 2023

The town of Hartsdale, consisting of the short strip on Hartsdale Avenue next to the train station, has always made for a fun outing. It has a Rite-Aid, good eats, and delicious desserts. Over the past...

I replied while my grin grew from ear to ear: In life, you gotta take risks.”

Short Story: The Donut Run

Ava Schnipper January 5, 2023

In an assignment for my English class, I was asked to write a short story about one of my own experiences to prove that I am a transcendentalist. Transcendentalism is an American form of European romanticism...

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