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Fans packed Arthur Ashe Stadium, where the tournaments biggest matches occur.

The Tennis Title Takers

Rory Winston September 25, 2023

The U.S. Open–taking place at home in New York–garners crowds of fans, celebrity appearances, and the biggest tennis stars in the world. This year, after two weeks, players Coco Gauff and Novak Djokovic...

The Raiders are competing for the state championship.

Boys’ Lacrosse Team Wins Third Consecutive Section Championship, Second Consecutive Regional Championship

Adam Rublin June 7, 2023

The Scarsdale boys’ lacrosse team continued its remarkable run of success, securing its third consecutive Section 1 Class A championship against Mararoneck on Wednesday. The game showcased outstanding...

The Freshmen Shakespeare Festival returned after hiatus during the pandemic.

The Freshmen Shakespeare Festival Returns

Justin Zhang June 7, 2023

On May 24th, Scarsdale High School held its Shakespeare Festival in the auditorium, where the Freshmen performed different scenes of the Shakespeare play A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The festival had not...

Heres a look into the events that have happened in the past week.

In the News – 6/3

Twitter Snafue - An Unfortunate Start To Ron DeSantis’ Campaign In a highly anticipated event on Twitter, Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida experienced a series of technical difficulties that marred...

The Raiders will play in Binghamton on Thursday.

Boys’ Tennis Wins Section Finals, Advances to Regionals

Adam Rublin May 24, 2023

On Monday, the Boys’ Tennis team continued their regular season success in sub-regionals with a win at Middletown High School against Cornwall. The team is set to play in regionals in Binghamton on Thursday...

SVB was founded in 1983.

What Happened With the Silicon Valley Bank Crash?

Rory Winston April 18, 2023

On March 10, Silicon Valley Bank, the 16th largest bank in the US, was shut down by US banking regulators, marking the second-largest banking crash in US history. Before recent events, SVB benefited from...

The Scarsdale Raiders take the court prior to the game for the national anthem.

Scarsdale’s Presence In The Paint: The Raiders Make Section Finals

Adrina Fard March 29, 2023

On March 3rd, 2023, the Scarsdale High School basketball team achieved an incredible feat, making it to the Section 1 final after defeating Mount Vernon at the Westchester County Center. Their win against...

Pride Cookie Decorating Event

Zoe Winston March 25, 2023

From 2-3 pm on Friday, March 17th, students gathered in the Learning Commons, where all were welcome to decorate and enjoy delicious cookies. “They had all different colors, and you could basically...

TikTok is currently on trial as US government officials consider whether to ban the popular social media platform.

Will We Lose the Infinite Scroll?

Jennifer Schwartz March 25, 2023

TikTok: the app many of us are addicted to. The app we go to when we’re down. The app that fills our time when we’re bored. The app that has brought us together and split us apart. The app we might...

Everyone can use a little more kindness and if that’s what is being taken from the situation, so be it.

Grant vs. Graham: The Academy Award Interview

Elliot Eisenberg March 25, 2023

The 2023 Oscars came and went in three long and glamorous hours. The award show featured dressed-up celebrities, controversial humor, fabulous dancing, and some questionable calls over who really deserved...

Its important to occasionally diverge from the normal curriculum and experience new things, as the best learning occurs during those times.

Pi Day 2023 Enjoyed by Many

Adam Rublin, News Editor March 24, 2023

For math lovers, March 14th is a tribute to one of the most important constants in the math world: pi. On Pi Day, a total of 84 workshops were offered throughout the building. They covered a wide variety...

On March 9th, members of the Habitat for Humanity club and 12th-grade students from the public policy course Peacing It Together visited Mount Vernon’s CSA Community Service Soup Kitchen.

Habitat for Humanity Gives Back As They Host Soup Kitchen and Sandwich Making Event

Sydney Geringer March 19, 2023

  On March 9th, members of the Habitat for Humanity club and 12th-grade students from the public policy course Peacing It Together visited Mount Vernon’s CSA Community Service Soup Kitchen. Additionally,...

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