The recent shootings in Atlanta, Georgia and Boulder, Colorado only prove that gun violence is still a pertinent issue in the United States, and that reforms to gun control regulations are necessary.

Opinion: Gun Violence Never Left the United States

Mason Lau and Ryan Jiang April 6, 2021

On March 16, 2021, Robert Long shot and murdered eight victims just hours after purchasing a handgun in Georgia. That same day, Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa entered a Colorado gun shop and bought an assault-style...

SHS students have the choice to either eat outside or inside for lunch during their in-person days.

Places to Eat for Lunch: A Tasty Review

Katherine Shi April 1, 2021

After two weeks of contemplation and trial and error regarding where I should eat lunch during in-person days, I still haven’t found my favorite spot. But I’ve definitely realized there are far more...

How the Pandemic Provides a New Look on School

How the Pandemic Provides a New Look on School

Lydia Jin April 1, 2021

The internet is like Hermione Granger’s purse. Stick your hand in, and you can find almost anything at your disposal. A quick Google search is the equivalent of casting a summoning spell. Of course,...

Has COVID-19 created a lost generation considering its impact on education, personal development, and health?

Opinion: COVID’s Lost Generation

Emily-Jane Luo March 30, 2021

In his novel, The Sun Also Rises (1926) and memoir, A Movable Feast (1964), Ernest Hemingway quotes a “lost generation," characterized by the loss of identity and uncertainty of the future. His term...

The second season for Netflix’s Korean original series ‘Love Alarm’ came out on March 12th, 2021.

Love Alarm Season 2: A Review

Hannah Wang March 27, 2021

On August 22nd, 2019, the full 8-episode first season of the Korean romance drama “Love Alarm” premiered as Netflix's first original South Korean series. Originally based on a Daum webtoon, the series...

Scarsdale High School should keep asynchronous Wednesdays for students to work on projects and meet with teachers.

Editorial: Why We Should Keep Asynchronous Wednesdays

Mason Lau March 23, 2021

Last Friday, Principal Kenneth Bonamo announced the new schedule for all students at SHS starting on April 19th. With this change comes a wide range of drastic modifications - the merging of cohorts, extension...

While SHS already offers four World Language courses, it is evident that the addition of even more options would only be beneficial.

Opinion: Why a Lack of Languages is a Loss for Everyone

Mason Lau March 16, 2021

After sifting through the SHS course catalog in order to fill my schedule for next year, I have come to two startling conclusions: the first being that I should probably meet with my dean more often, and...

As Gen-Z looks to the past for inspiration, the question that looms in everybody's mind is why?

Opinion: Why the Trends of Gen-Z Are Inspired by the Past

Charlotte Davis March 8, 2021

Trends are constantly evolving. Each year the world sees new shifts in style, viral videos, and political views. And as we enter 2020, the world of media only enhances the pace that trends evolve. New...

In-person attendance can boost mental health and physical health while creating a sustainable COVID-safe lifestyle for the community, yet half of us stay home. We need to do better—and so does the administration.

Overcoming Inertia: Why We Must Return To School

Josh Bock February 8, 2021

Inertia, as I learned during my in-person physics class, is the tendency of mass to resist acceleration, or, more broadly, the tendency to resist change. Right now, too many Scarsdale High School students...

There are several reasons for Republican Senators to step up and impeach Trump.

Opinion: Trump must be Impeached

Daniel Rublin January 20, 2021

During my English and World History classes on the day after the Capitol was attacked, my teachers altered their curriculum and spent the entire period helping the class reflect on the events of the previous...

The continuation of fall sport seasons instead of their postponement to the spring garners controversial opinions.

To Play or To Wait?

Adam Katcher November 18, 2020

The buzz of the scoreboard signals the end of the match. Scarsdale: 1. Visitors: 0. As the team celebrates on the field, the victory has a bittersweet taste to it. All wins count the same, but the atmosphere...

Take the lemons of our democracy and make yourself a delicious glass of lemon juice.

Satire: An Open Letter To SHS Students

Josh Bock November 3, 2020

Note: Due to scheduling complications, this letter must be published before the election results are determined. Dear SHS, After political turmoil, civil unrest, and several watchable SNL sketches,...

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