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Student Spotlight: Bruno Tassari

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...

New Road Signs @ Wayside and Post

New Road Signs @ Wayside and Post

Evan Huo

October 5, 2017


Filed under Feature, Front Page, Local

On Saturday September 22 at 6:03 pm, motorcyclist Junio Aridio, 44, was involved in an accident on Wayside and Post that resulted in his death. Max Brody, 19’, who was two cars behind the motorcyclist "noticed a car pull up out of Wayside and not come to a complete stop at the stop sign.... [he] could...

Annual Car Show in the Scarsdale Village

Annual Car Show in the Scarsdale Village

Max Yang

October 2, 2017


Filed under Feature, Front Page, Local

This past Sunday, October 1st, the 15th annual Scarsdale Concours d’Elegance was hosted in the Village. The Concours is a car show that features both classic and new cars. “Historically, the Concours showed classic cars from the ‘30s, ‘40s, ‘60s, and ‘70s. However, as younger kids starte...

The Cliqueyness of Chalking

The Cliqueyness of Chalking

Caroline Meyer

September 12, 2017


Filed under Feature, Front Page

The last time most SHS students drew with sidewalk chalk, they were most likely at their elementary schools’ playground, still wearing velcro shoes.  But once a year, the senior class is encouraged to embrace a childlike spirit by breaking out buckets of chalk and letting their artistic skills show by d...

The Return of Ralph’s

The Return of Ralph’s

Sophie Grippo

August 30, 2017


Filed under Feature, Front Page, Local

In July, tragedy struck Westchester as people learned that the famous Ralph’s Italian Ices and Ice Cream, everyone’s favorite destination for the popular “cream ice” was closing. Ralph’s was conveniently located in Mamaroneck, NY, only five short miles from Scarsdale. As the beloved ice cream stand ...

How to Not be Hangry on Your College Tour

How to Not be Hangry on Your College Tour

August 30, 2017


Filed under Feature, Front Page

Everything you need to know for your college visits to Scarsdale's most applied to schools. Here you'll find where to eat and where to buy school apparel at Scarsdale's popular colleges and universities.

AT Art Projects

AT Art Projects

March 21, 2017


Filed under Feature, In the Limelight

  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 ...

New Athletic Director, New Coaches?

New Athletic Director, New Coaches?

March 21, 2017


Filed under Feature, Local, Sports

Athletic Director Ray Pappalardi, who joined the Scarsdale School System last year, has hired several new head coaches for varsity sports teams. So far, the only new coaches who have been announced are Kevin Carrigan and Kevin Wright, coaching softball and hockey, respectively. Coach Kevin Carrigan was th...

Voices, Unheard

Voices, Unheard

March 17, 2017


Filed under Feature, Investigative

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, ev...

The Weight of the Problem

The Weight of the Problem

March 17, 2017


Filed under Feature, Investigative

For as long as she can remember, Chloe* has experienced issues when it comes to her body image. “I have a hard time loving my body when my family members make me feel really insecure about it … I wish that one day I feel confident [enough] in myself that I will not feel the need to work out every...

New Schedule Released

New Schedule Released

March 10, 2017


Filed under Feature, Front Page, Local

It's the moment you've all been waiting for! On the first day of school this year, it was announced that 75 minutes would be added to the school week district wide. Now, the schedule for the 2017-2018 school year and onward has been released after much speculation. The most notable differences are: Fi...

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