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Flavors of Spring

Flavors of Spring

Isabel Horney

April 16, 2018


Filed under Feature, Procrastination

  Is the cold, dreary weather getting to you? Although these lingering winter vibes have impeded on the deliciously sunny days of spring, don't let this discourage you. We have collected our favorite seasonal recipes, sweet and savory, to get you back into that spring mood again! Lemon-Ricotta Pan...

How to Voice Your Opinions to Senators and Representatives

How to Voice Your Opinions to Senators and Representatives

Leah Breakstone

April 5, 2018


Filed under Feature, Front Page

In wake of recent events surrounding gun violence, some SHS students have decided to take action and make a change. Although we are unable to vote, we can still make a difference through voicing our opinions. One way to make such an impact is to contact Senators, expressing your support and sharing your p...

Top 5 Things To Do If You’re Staying Home Over Break

Top 5 Things To Do If You’re Staying Home Over Break

Natalie Schonfeld

March 30, 2018


Filed under Feature, Front Page

You’re staying home this break.  You figure that you'll spend the week in your house, sleeping and watching Netflix.  Well, turn off the TV because here are five fun, nearby activities that will spice up your vacation! 1: Go visit a museum!  Given our close proximity to NYC, there are countless options to choo...

Annual Bowling Event for White Plains Hospital

Annual Bowling Event for White Plains Hospital

Max Yang

January 30, 2018


Filed under Feature, Front Page, News, Photo Gallery

From 5 to 7 p.m. on January 28th, White Plains Hospital hosted its third annual “Bowling for Bears” event at Bowlmor White Plains. The bowling alley was packed, and music blasted throughout the space. The event benefited the pediatric department, and proceeds will go towards the purchase of tedd...

SHS Student Wins Scholastic Art and Writing Awards

SHS Student Wins Scholastic Art and Writing Awards

David Peng

January 27, 2018


Filed under Arts, Feature, Front Page, Photo Gallery, School, Student Voices

Each year, more than 300,000 visual and written works are submitted for the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, a prestigious national competition whose past winners include Stephen King and Andy Warhol. The competition starts off with a regional round, where students grades 7-12 can win Gold K...

The Coleman Family’s Trip to India

David Peng

January 17, 2018


Filed under Feature, Front Page, In the Limelight, Photo Gallery

Last Wednesday, the Coleman family returned from a two-week vacation to India.  During this time, they ventured to Delhi, Chandigarh, Amritsar, Agra, Jaipur, and Udaipur.  We interviewed James Coleman ’20 to hear about the most memorable and impactful moments of the trip. You described this as ...

The Race Project

The Race Project

December 8, 2017


Filed under Feature, Investigative

An investigative look at how race plays a role in the SHS community

A Brand in the Making: Pyrony

A Brand in the Making: Pyrony

Alex Wilson

November 8, 2017


Filed under Feature, Front Page, In the Limelight

This year, on October 31st, Brian Lilly '19 did more than just celebrate Halloween. He released the first clothing line for his new brand, Pyrony. Lilly chose the name Pyrony as a combination of his pyramid logo and NY for New York. Lilly describes Pyrony as more of a “creative agency” than a...

Best of Halloween 2017

Best of Halloween 2017

Sophie Grippo and Arin Hendell

November 2, 2017


Filed under Feature, Front Page

Every year at Scarsdale High School, the senior class goes all out on Halloween, dressing up in crazy, creative costumes. Halloween is a day that is looked forward to by all the students of SHS, anxiously awaiting what the seniors will dress up as. “Halloween definitely lived up to my expectations. It...

10 Things for Seniors to Remember During the Inferno that is the Early Application Process

Alex Wilson and Becca Sklar

October 29, 2017


Filed under Feature, Front Page

When most people think of the fall, people often think of the leaves changing, the air growing colder, and the start of a new school year. Seniors, however, have one thing on their mind: the early application for college. We want to remind the seniors at SHS of a few things as they approach this time of n...

Student Spotlight: Bruno Tassari

Ali Rothberg

October 10, 2017


Filed under Feature, Front Page, In the Limelight

Bruno Tassari ‘19 is captain of this year’s cross country team as a junior. Also part of the track team, Tassari has been running for 5 years now, and more intensely since 8th grade. As captain, Bruno’s responsibilities to the team have grown this year, as he works to motivate his teammates and b...

New Farmer’s Market in the Scarsdale Village

New Farmer’s Market in the Scarsdale Village

Maya Bharara

October 8, 2017


Filed under Feature, Front Page, Local

This past Thursday marks the fourth week of the new Scarsdale farmer’s market in the Village. Spearheaded by market manager Corinna Makris, the farmer’s market has been a resounding success for the past few weeks, attracting over a dozen vendors and getting a large portion of the Scarsdale commun...

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