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 The 3D Art Club currently meets virtually on Wednesdays at 11:30 AM. You can check out their instagram at

The 3D Art Club: Making an Impact, One Clay Chunk at a Time

Eimaan Bilal and Irene Li February 4, 2021

The day-to-day schedule of an SHS student is oftentimes overwhelming: the stress of completing your weekly English essays and memorizing math formulas is amplified by the constant peer-pressure to do well...

The front, back, and binding cover of SHS and SMS’s joint cookbook.

A Keepsake For Chefs and Food-Lovers Stuck at Home

Hyunjin Lee January 28, 2021

There are many ways to bring a community together despite social distancing required during the COVID-19 pandemic, and what better way to do that than through food? The Multicultural Committee has been...

Discover new ways to stay happy and healthy in 2021!

New Beginnings for 2021

Lydia Jin and Riddha Iyengar January 27, 2021

Many of us create New Year’s resolutions—most of which we try our best to keep. As a society, the goal has been to get rid of COVID-19 as soon as possible, but there’s only so much an individual...

Bharara, who has worked as a politician for many years, reflects on his tenure under President Trump and the political stage today.

Q & A: Former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara Sheds Light on U.S. Politics Today

Daniel Rublin January 27, 2021

As Donald Trump’s presidency nears its end, we have seen a contested election, an attack on the United States Capitol, and Trump’s second impeachment, all while COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc on...

Carine Thompson, an avid traveler, has enjoyed her first few months at SHS in spite of the abnormal circumstances.

Carine Thompson: A Pandemic Introduction to SHS

Daniel Rublin January 25, 2021

During the atypical beginning of the 2020 school year, many Scarsdale High School students and staff have found themselves relying on their community for support. Students’ friends and teachers have...

A Model of Gal Gadot as she reprises her role as the title character in Wonder Woman 1984.

Wonder Woman 1984: A Lump of Coal for the New Year

Audrey Schonfeld January 23, 2021

The first Wonder Woman movie was met with rave reviews and sold-out theaters when it was released in 2017. People felt drawn to Gal Gadot’s depiction of Wonder Woman, who left her Amazonian island to...

Bronx River Books in the Scarsdale Village is now offering signed copies of The Resisters!

Scarsdale Alumna Gish Jen’s New Novel Warns Against Data Collecting

Alicia Xin January 22, 2021

On January 14, the Scarsdale Library hosted a virtual book talk by renowned novelist and Scarsdale alumna Gish Jen with Scarsdale High School’s English teacher, Jennifer Rosenzweig, to guide the conversation....

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“Zooba Zooba”: Inspiration Strikes from Unexpected Places

Hyunjin Lee, Amelia Liu, and Hannah Wang January 4, 2021

The pandemic has given many high schoolers the opportunity to focus on their passions. Some students have even started their own organizations and businesses with all of the free time they have. In the...

If you've been searching for something to keep you occupied, look no further — here are Maroon's top six things to do over winter break.

6 Activities to Spice Up Your Winter Break

Ella Hayes, Writer December 24, 2020

Winter break. Two of the most sacred words to any high school student. No early mornings, Zoom classes, homework, or assessments. Just ten glorious, school-free days. With vacation fast approaching, here...

Ellis Geringer looks forward to celebrating both Christmas and Hannukah with her family at home.

How Will SHS Celebrate the Holidays in 2020?

Irene Li and Eimaan Bilal December 24, 2020

As the holiday season approaches, students must deal with common December problems such as unbearably cold outdoor gym classes and 10-degree classrooms. The addition of the coronavirus will no doubt alter...

SHS students partnered with the Exoneration Initiative helping spread awareness of wrongfully convicted people in jail.

The Innocence Club: The Push for Criminal Justice Reform

Mykaela Madoff December 17, 2020

It is no secret that the American criminal justice system is a broken one. Thousands of wrongful convictions, undeniable systemic racism, and a flawed exoneration process leave far too many innocent people...

Newly elected students are prepared to try their best and reach their goals.

Newly Elected Class Government Officials Have Big Plans for 2020

Alicia Xin and Amelia Liu December 7, 2020

In the wake of COVID-19, school government leadership has taken on new significance in the high school community. While class government activities have always been a way for students to engage with one...

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