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Noam Cherki and Ali Rothberg

January 29, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Front Page, Opinion

The tooth fairy exists, gum stays in your stomach for 7 years, Chris Hemsworth is a real god, and being an astronaut is a viable profession. From a young age children’s minds are riddled with common misconceptions, among them the promises of the goodness of humanity, their unlimited potential, and ...

Maze Runner: The Death Cure Review

Maze Runner: The Death Cure Review

Lauren Zou

January 28, 2018


Filed under Arts, Front Page, Reviews

The maze has finally come to an end, and the Maze Runner: The Death Cure has sprinted its way into theaters. Premiered on Friday, January 26, the final movie of the Maze Runner trilogies was full of heart-racing adventure, suspense, and emotional heartbreak. In a race to rescue Minho (Ki Hong Lee), Thomas (Dylan...

Lady Bird Film Review

Lady Bird Film Review

Katie Karp

January 28, 2018


Filed under Arts, Culture, Front Page, Reviews

“Lady Bird”, both a comedy and coming-of-age movie, has rightfully earned its five Academy Award nominations and its two Golden Globe Awards. The movie is based on the life of director Greta Gerwig, making the characters and story extremely believable. The movie focuses on a teenage girl, Christi...

The Commuter Movie Review

The Commuter Movie Review

Alison Chan

January 21, 2018


Filed under Arts, Culture, Front Page, Reviews

You know him from the Taken trilogy, the famous “I will find you, and I will kill you” references, his brief but important appearance in Star Wars, and his role in the hit romantic comedy Love, Actually. If you haven’t guessed already, we’re talking about Liam Neeson. The 65-year-old actor’s n...

Tracks/Check, Please! Review

Tracks/Check, Please! Review

Lauren Zou

January 21, 2018


Filed under Arts, Front Page, Opinion, Reviews, School

On Friday 12th and Saturday 13th, 7:30 PM, the Drama Club put on a spectacular, student-directed show that left the audience clutching their stomachs in laughter. Tracks, directed by Alexa Trujillo ’18 and Steven Orlofsky ’18, told a story about life after death. Situated on a train platform, with on...

Scarsdale’s New Taco Spot: PopoJito

Scarsdale’s New Taco Spot: PopoJito

Sophia Hovakimian

November 22, 2017


Filed under Front Page, Opinion, Reviews

Many residents of Scarsdale have been waiting for a fun, affordable new restaurant to spruce up the Scarsdale Village. The new taco restaurant on Christie Place, PopoJito, could be just what the village needs; this restaurant features Mexican cuisine with Mediterranean influences, and is 100% gluten-...

Fiddler on the Roof Review

Fiddler on the Roof Review

David Peng

November 20, 2017


Filed under Front Page, Opinion, Reviews

Between Friday, November 17th and Sunday, November 19th, the Drama Club performed Fiddler on the Roof three times. Directed by Drama Club Advisor Barbara Malecki, the talented, well-rehearsed cast and crew delivered a performance that was at points funny, touching, and overall relatable to the audience. ...

Reactions to the Schedule Change

Reactions to the Schedule Change

Alison Chan

September 27, 2017


Filed under Front Page, Opinion, Reviews

Every SHS member is familiar with the new schedule that was adopted at the start of this school year. Both students and teachers have found several ways to try to cope with the sudden change. “I’ve realized that the two minutes added are not that serious. Many of my teachers have let me out early ...

“It” Movie Review

“It” Movie Review

Lauren Zou

September 27, 2017


Filed under Front Page, Opinion, Reviews

Legend says he comes out every 27 years, lurking in the damp sewers and looking for some scrumptious children to terrorize. Pennywise the Dancing Clown has made his return; he came out from hiding to enter theaters in 2017, 27 years after the mini-series in 1990. “It” is a murderous clown who tormen...

FAKE NEWS

FAKE NEWS

March 21, 2017


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

When we go to a restaurant or a supermarket, for the most part, we assume that what we eat is safe. This is because the FDA regulates what goes into our food in order to ensure that Americans consume foods that are safe.   Similarly, we assume that the news we read is true. Without looking at these ...

Back & Better Than Ever: Cats the Musical Review

Back & Better Than Ever: Cats the Musical Review

February 9, 2017


Filed under Front Page, Opinion, Reviews

During its time, Cats was the longest running Broadway show, closing after 7,485 performances in September of 2000. Now, it’s back! Cats reopened in late July, 2016. The music is exactly the same as the original production, and the new directors preserved the lively and upbeat nature of the show when it was first on Broadway. From watching the choreography...

Symptoms Of Being Human Review

Symptoms Of Being Human Review

February 9, 2017


Filed under Front Page, Opinion, Reviews

Symptoms of Being Human, written by Jeff Garvin, is a fantastic novel that deserves to be recognized. The novel follows the life of Riley Cavanaugh, who is gender-fluid and the child of a politician in a conservative town, which creates dissenion in public issues. In addition, Riley is attending a n...

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