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Discover the secret life of Schreiber’s research programs

Julia Kim, Staff Writer

March 6, 2015

Does the prospect of a life beyond Schreiber overwhelm you? With a large number of colleges and careers... READ MORE »»

Senior and math research student Chris Wilson solves a math equation.


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Varsity wrestling prepares to pin opponents in playoff run: Four Nassau County-ranked wrestlers lead deep team of veterans and newcomers

Matt Kramer and Dillon Nissan, Contributing Writer, Staff Writer

January 23, 2015

Schreiber’s varsity wrestling team, one of the most physical teams in the school, looks to continue... READ MORE »»

Junior Teddy Tanenbaum wrestles against the captain of the Garden City Trojans, senior Chris Repetti, on Dec. 11. Tanenbaum won the match 6-1, adding to his overall record for the year. Tanenbaum has been on the team since he was in eighth grade and hopes to lead the team to a conference championship in the next two seasons.

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Roll your way down to the best sushi places in town

Izzy Gold , Staff Writers

January 23, 2015

Have you ever wanted sushi, but had no idea which restaurant to go to? With so many options in Port,... READ MORE »»

Senior Lena Kogan enjoys a spicy tuna roll from a local favorite, Aki, whose delivery options make it possible for high school students to order during their lunch or off periods, as long as the order is at least $15. , offers Port Washington residents a multitude of Japanese options. Whether you decide to sit at the sushi bar or in a booth, the choices range from chicken teriyaki, to vegetable rolls, to raw fish rolls.


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Fame past Schreiber: an interview with Katie Lowes

Rachel Ellerson, Staff Writer

December 19, 2014

Many people know rising star Katie Lowes (‘99) as an actress from the show Scandal. But what most people... READ MORE »»

The Schreiber alumnus is now an actress on the ABC drama Scandal.


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With help from writer, students take on love in Almost, Maine

Tessa Peierls, Åssistant News Editor

December 19, 2014

Almost, Maine, a play composed of a series of interconnected one-acts about love, is a beautiful comedy... READ MORE »»

Phil (Wyn Stopford) showing his wife Marci (Rachel Ellerson) a planet that he believes to be a star. This serves as further proof to Ellerson that her husband does not pay adequate attention to anything, especially her.


Hakeem Rahim shares his struggle with mental illness

Tori Finkle and Jesse Moskowitz, Staff Writers

Mental illnesses severely affect approximately 20 percent of teenagers in America. On Feb. 10, youth mental health speaker Hakeem Rahim spoke about his experiences with mental... read story

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To Kill a Mockingbird author announces sequel to her American classic

Aaron Gindi, Contributing Writer

To Kill a Mockingbird is undoubtedly a highlight of the American literary canon. Headlining the Library of Congress’ list of “The Books That Shaped America,” To Kill... read story

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Editorials: Restricted entrances

The Schreiber Times

If you live in Salem and walk to school, park your car on Park Avenue, or get dropped off by the back entrances, you have probably experienced a number of uncomfortably cold... read story

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