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Field Renovations to Inconvenience Athletes

Field Renovations to Inconvenience Athletes

David Peng, News

August 30, 2018


Filed under Front Page, News, School, Sports

In the coming school year, both Butler (Turf) Field and the surrounding track will undergo complete reconstructions. The official construction will begin in early October and is scheduled to be completed before the start of the spring sports season. As a result, the field has already been closed and fen...

Explore the Upcoming Field Renovations

Explore the Upcoming Field Renovations

David Peng, News

August 30, 2018


Filed under Front Page, News, School, Sports

In the coming school year, both Butler (Turf) Field and the surrounding track will undergo complete reconstructions. The official construction will begin in early October and is scheduled to be completed before the start of the spring sports season. As a result, the field has already been closed and...

Remembering Heroes

Remembering Heroes

Jacob Faierman

June 7, 2018


Filed under Front Page, Local, News

A significant day to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country: Memorial Day. This year, Scarsdale High School did their part to honor our nation’s heroes. On Monday, May 28, 2018, the Scarsdale High School Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band joined each other in delivering a wond...

When Trump Blocks You on Twitter

When Trump Blocks You on Twitter

Lauren Zou

June 7, 2018


Filed under Front Page, National

@realDonaldTrump blocked you. Many Twitter users who may have opposed President Trump,, from high school students to celebrities have probably seen this notification on their Twitter accounts. However, due to recent events in court, U.S. District Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald has ruled that the action of Trump...

Canine Conflict on Stratton Road

Canine Conflict on Stratton Road

Ariel Weinsaft

May 31, 2018


Filed under Front Page, Local, News

On the quiet corners of the Quaker Ridge streets, one Scarsdale resident walked his dog on the sidewalk. The two had been enjoying their pleasant Sunday evening walk when a pit bull, later identified to be from a neighboring town, pounced on the Scarsdale pet. The pit bull had no owner in sight and had a...

AT Psychology Class Experiments

AT Psychology Class Experiments

Carly Kessler

May 31, 2018


Filed under Front Page, News, School

Since January, Ms. Plunkett’s AT Psychology class has been working on their final: an experimental research project. The students have utilized standard experimental methods that match those of real psychologists as they completed their very own studies. Groups of psychology students performed thei...

Starbucks Shuts Down for Racial Equality Training

Starbucks Shuts Down for Racial Equality Training

Isha Bedi

May 31, 2018


Filed under Front Page, National, News

Beginning on May 29, Starbucks will shut down 8,000 company-owned stores nationwide for an afternoon of racial bias training for nearly 175,000 employees.  The shutdown will cost the popular coffee chain 16.7 million dollars, as the franchise makes 35.5 million per day.  However, Starbucks believes t...

Ni Hao, Scarsdale!

Ni Hao, Scarsdale!

Max Yang, Feature Editor

May 7, 2018


Filed under Feature, Front Page, School

SHS students had a life-changing experience when they traveled across the Pacific Ocean to China during spring break. The students participated in the Chinese exchange program hosted by Scarsdale High School and Pinghe Bilingual School in Shanghai, China. The SHS students were paired with a Chinese hig...

Club Spotlight: Jagori International Empowers Indian Women

Club Spotlight:  Jagori International Empowers Indian Women

Jessie Liu

May 6, 2018


Filed under Front Page, School

In light of the recent upward trend in gender equality awareness, it is no wonder that organizations have been founded to support the cause. One such institution is the Jagori International Club at SHS, a branch of an Indian organization Jagori. Riya Gupta ’20 and Max Yang ’20 founded the club thi...

¡Olay! A Dazzling Dance Project

¡Olay! A Dazzling Dance Project

Jacob Faierman and David Peng

May 2, 2018


Filed under Front Page, News, School

For the past few weeks, sophomores in all Honors Spanish classes have been preparing dance projects led by SHS Spanish teachers Jose Lamela and Francisco Ormazabal. The dances derive from Hispanic cultures and include salsa, flamenco, merengue, and bachata. In this project, every student has to gather a d...

Current Facebook Status: Complicated

Current Facebook Status: Complicated

Lauren Zou

May 2, 2018


Filed under Front Page, National, News

With the constant slew of Mark Zuckerberg memes on everyone’s instagram feed, the Facebook hacking scandal has caught the attention of the world. Around mid-march, Cambridge Analytica—which declared bankruptcy on May 2— procured lots of data and millions of Facebook users’ info without their con...

International Food Day Frenzy

International Food Day Frenzy

Maya Bharara

April 26, 2018


Filed under Front Page, News, School

Every year, students of all grades and interests flock to the International Food Day sponsored by the SHS International Club. For one brief 5th period, the normally drab cafeteria is transformed—world flags hang on the walls, music plays in the background, and tables with a multitude of different c...

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