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  • November 30Get ready for the upcoming school Spirit Week!

  • November 15They're all together ooky...catch the Drama Club's Production of the Addam's Family this weekend!

  • November 15Thanksgiving is on its way! Next Wednesday will only be a half day.

Behind the Screen: Cyberbullying at SHS

Behind the Screen: Cyberbullying at SHS

November 19, 2015


Filed under Feature, Front Page, Investigative

Emma* stretches her legs across the black leather couch. Her fingers lie on the dusty keyboard, her eyes scan her Facebook news feed on her laptop. She is about to wish a friend a happy birthday when she hears a ring: she has received a Facebook message. “Your clothes looked disgusting today,” it ...

SHS Alumni and the Drug War: Ethan Nadelmann ’75

SHS Alumni and the Drug War: Ethan Nadelmann ’75

November 17, 2015


Filed under Feature, Front Page

Scarsdale Alumni, Ethan Nadelmann ’75 has dedicated his life to educating the American public about politics and the world around us. After working as a professor of politics and public affairs at Princeton University for seven years, he has dedicated his time to developing meaningful drug reform both in ...

Global Citizen Day

Global Citizen Day

October 14, 2015


Filed under Feature, Front Page, News

On October 8, SHS students and staff participated in an all-day event aimed to motivate and engage SHS to take action in the world. Ms. Waters, advisor of the Human Rights Coalition club and history teacher, started Global Citizen Day three years ago and has been involved in its organization for the pas...

SazorTech: 99 Problems, But A Broken Phone Ain’t One

SazorTech: 99 Problems, But A Broken Phone Ain’t One

August 28, 2015


Filed under Feature, Front Page, In the Limelight

The sound of a phone hitting concrete could mean the worst kind of news. At SHS, however, students should feel somewhat at ease with student Serge Azor’s ’17 recent opening of company SazorTech. SazorTech repairs iPhones. At Apple, iPhone repairs run at extremely high costs from $109 to $129. Stude...

“Congresswoman” Waldman Fights for Justice

“Congresswoman” Waldman Fights for Justice

August 27, 2015


Filed under Front Page, In the Limelight

SHS sophomore Jessica Waldman ’17 has recently become a member of Congress; not the U.S. Congress but the JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) Children’s Congress. For three days in July, Waldman had the opportunity to speak with congressmen on Capitol Hill about her illness. Since being ...

Behind the Scenes of the Senior Class Play

Behind the Scenes of the Senior Class Play

June 1, 2015


Filed under Feature

Scarsdale High School is bustling with show business as opening night of the senior class plays rolls nearer with each passing second. This year, the seniors are performing Legally Blonde the Musical, the captivating drama of a sorority sister, Elle, who follows her ex boyfriend, Warner, to Harvard Law Sc...

Promposals

Promposals

May 30, 2015


Filed under Feature

  Thomas Cooke '15 and Ali Kass '15 Ali Kass '15 had just gotten a new puppy on Saturday, April 25. When she came home from Soul Cycle, her new puppy was waiting for her. The dog was all dressed up in a tuxedo bearing the word “Prom?” along with Kass’s old puppy and boyfriend, T...

A.T. Art Locker: Psychotrauma, I Will Be Okay

A.T. Art Locker: Psychotrauma, I Will Be Okay

May 4, 2015


Filed under Feature

There is a strong chance that at least one point this year, you were intrigued and, very possibly, confused by the decked out lockers in the second floor science wing. Those decked out lockers were actually one of the AT Art classes’ projects. The students were assigned to fill a locker with both...

Appsolutely Genius

Appsolutely Genius

March 26, 2015


Filed under Feature, In the Limelight

Flappy Bird, Candy Crush, Trivia Crack, and Stuck in Orbit–what do they all have in common? They are all addictive apps that students use to escape the monotonous world of school and stress. But which one is not like the others? Stuck in Orbit was created by SHS student Zachary Bernstein ’1...

College “Off the Wall”

College “Off the Wall”

March 26, 2015


Filed under Feature, In the Limelight

For most SHS students, the college process starts the second they walk into the high school. It is only after three and half years of stress and tedious work that they are free from the pressure. Once second semester seniors have received their acceptance letters, they can finally celebrate a...

A.T. Art Locker of the Month: Rachel Schwartzbaum

A.T. Art Locker of the Month: Rachel Schwartzbaum

February 9, 2015


Filed under Feature, In the Limelight

The high school lockers at SHS are known for their sterile emptiness.They are generally only filled with coats, if that. However, the AT Studio Art class is bringing color and creativity to SHS lockers. Students were given a lot of freedom. “The only constraint is that [the design] has to have a theme,...

A-School Internship Spotlight

A-School Internship Spotlight

February 9, 2015


Filed under Feature

Every year, A­School students secure an internship at the business of their choice during the month of January. The Career Internship Program, founded in 1973, is the oldest high school internship program in the country. These internships offer a great opportunity for students to immerse themselves...

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