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2015-2016 Masthead

May 21, 2015

Congratulations to the 2015-2016 staff of The Schreiber Times.  The next sections meeting is on Tuesday,... READ MORE »»

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Ahead of 2016, Schreiber’s political climate

Seth Barshay, Ana Espinoza, Rachel Kogan, Delia Rush, Sports Editor, Editor-in-Chief, Copy Editor, Features Editor

May 19, 2015

In the past month, many politicians have announced their candidacies for the 2016 presidential election. ... READ MORE »»


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Boys and girls rowing have impressive showing at States: State winners qualify for Nationals in Sarasota, Florida from June 12-14

Dillon Nissan, Staff Writer

May 19, 2015

The boys and girls varsity rowing season has ended, and the team returns home from states victorious. After... READ MORE »»

Junior 4+ gold medal winning boat members celebrate their victory by throwing their coxswain into the water, a common tradition amongst victorious crew teams. The boys also qualified for Nationals and look forward to the challenges that lie ahead.


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Golf finishes undefeated season and seeks championship

Justin Suzzan, Staff Writer

May 19, 2015

When it comes to golf in Nassau County, Port has always been looked at as a powerhouse.  This year is... READ MORE »»

Senior captain Eric Schissel tees up at Sands Point Country Club during a practice on May 12. Schissel, along with seniors Nick D’Alonzo and Eric Beil, junior Theo Nick, sophomore Kyle Harding and freshman Spencere Pere, will represent the Vikings at the county tournament on May 19.


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Annual Portfest raises money for arts

Emily Ma and Rebecca Muratore, Staff Writer

May 18, 2015

Music and art in Port Washington are alive and well!  The fourth annual PortFest Music, Arts, and Community... READ MORE »»

Seniors Adam Tuch, Megan Poulos, Noah Milstein, and Sophie Brett-Chin, sophomore Jacob Marshall, and senior Laynie Calderwood perform at Portfest as the band Gag Me with a Spoon. The group performed on the upper field in front of members of the community of all ages.


Briefly Summarized: can violent protests be justified?

Sabina Unni, Assistant Opinions Editor

Should violence be acceptable to create social change? At what point does the cause become diluted by violence? Can social change even occur without violence? Is civil disobedience,... read story

May 19, 2015 • 0 comments

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Calling the Shots: Deflategate calls athletic integrity into question

Seth Barshay, Sports Editor

The recent four game suspension of Tom Brady and the related fines to the New England Patriots by the NFL, due to the team allegedly gaining an unfair advantage by deflating... read story

May 19, 2015 • 0 comments

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