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Simone Glajchen ’23 and Cindy DeDianous ’23 have created their very own student-run magazine, the Scientific Scarsdalian.

Scientific Scarsdalian: A Fresh Take on Scientific Literature

Mason Lau April 29, 2021

While Maroon covers stories over a wide range of topics, seldom will you find an interesting read regarding science, both in the Scarsdale community and the world at large. Simone Glajchen ’23 and Cindy...

The UNICEF organization is dedicated to helping children through their work with kids in over 190 countries and territories.

The UNICEF Club: Students Take Initiative to Help Others

Chelsea Berson and Ebonie Kibalya April 17, 2021

This past year, Betsy Harris ’22 and Julia Schnipper ’22 brought the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) club to SHS. The club seeks to raise awareness for UNICEF’s mission of child protection...

Eve Rich '22 designed the poster art for SHS Drama Club’s pre-recorded musical, “Raiders do Radio”

No In-Person Theater? The Drama Club Finds a Way To Make it Work

Flora Zik April 15, 2021

Despite logistical challenges, the SHS drama club has found a way to keep entertaining the community during the pandemic. They are currently filming a recorded show called “Raiders do Radio,” a musical...

The SAVE Promise Club’s first community-wide event where people can leave a Kindness Rock for others with an inspirational drawing or message. 

S.A.V.E. Promise Club: Helping the Community During the Pandemic

Amelia Liu, April 14, 2021

Life for students, especially during the pandemic, can be overwhelming. There are young people who suffer silently in every school and community across the country because they feel excluded, alone,...

Ryan Silberfein '21 makes history as Scarsdale football's first female varsity player.

Ryan Silberfein Makes SHS History as the First Female Varsity Football Player

Daniel Rublin April 12, 2021

When Ryan Silberfein '21 and her friend Jordi Wiener '21 signed up to manage the SHS varsity football team, playing on the team was not on Silberfein’s mind. She had never played organized football before,...

Over the years, Scarsdale High School has changed immensely in some regards and remained the same in others. Graduates offer a glimpse into this notion!

A Blast From The Past: Anecdotes From Scarsdale Graduates

Daniel Rublin April 1, 2021

Scarsdale High School has undergone numerous societal and physical changes during its 103 years of existence. In the twenty-first century at SHS, seniors decorate their cars, play marker tag, and prank...

The Mock Trial Club Moves Onto Semifinals

The Mock Trial Club Moves Onto Semifinals

Jake Lubin April 1, 2021

A conversation with senior Zach Loeser about the Mock Trial Club's performance in their playoff competition.

Portraits Represent Words: SHS Photographers Test Their Limits

Portraits Represent Words: SHS Photographers Test Their Limits

Creative Photography Club April 1, 2021

"What makes a good, authentic portrait? Vulnerability. The Creative Photography Club learned about the importance of vulnerability in photography and the way different levels of comfort with...

Stoicism, a philosophy of personal ethics developed in Athens, serves as an outlet to allowing oneself to blossom.

The Ancient Greeks Teach Us How to Survive Quarantine

Mason Lau, March 28, 2021

Over the course of time, humanity has endured a lot. Whether it be war, famine, or plague—if it can be labeled as “bad,” then humans have undoubtedly experienced it. So now, humanity has a new challenge...

SHS Teachers Reflect on their COVID-19 Vaccine Experiences

SHS Teachers Reflect on their COVID-19 Vaccine Experiences

Emily-Jane Luo, March 27, 2021

A century ago, the Spanish influenza of 1918 wreaked havoc on the education of children across the United States. Most schools closed for four months, with only New York City and Chicago remaining open....

Jack Greenspan worked on Joe Biden's presidential campaign in Ohio.

Jack Greenspan Postpones College for Campaigns

Daniel Rublin March 22, 2021

When Jack Greenspan ’20 received his acceptance letter to Columbia University, most people would assume that he began planning for his freshman year. Instead, Greenspan started thinking about taking...

Scarsdale High School's International goes virtual yet it still proves to successful!

Virtual International Day Proves Successful

Flora Zik March 13, 2021

International Day is the one day a year where students at SHS can share their culture or a culture important to them with the rest of the school. It usually entails food from around the world being sold...

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