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Disposable masks have detrimental effects on the environment
Disposable masks have detrimental effects on the environment
Talia Sinclair, Staff Writer • April 15, 2021

Masks are essential during the pandemic.  They protect us from contracting COVID-19 and allow us to safely navigate this new world.  Many people...

High-risk sports take on the Coronavirus Pandemic
High-risk sports take on the Coronavirus Pandemic
Allison Greilsheimer, Staff Writer • April 15, 2021

In early January, Schreiber athletics began to slowly return to play, albeit with many precautions.   A few of these designated safety measures...

Why the US should donate surplus vaccines to other countries
Why the US should donate surplus vaccines to other countries
Ezra Loewy, Staff Writer • April 8, 2021

America’s handling of the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine is an example of classism and systemic inequities in the public health sector. ...

Boys’ basketball’s shortened season gets even shorter
Boys’ basketball’s shortened season gets even shorter
Lucas Milgrim, Josh Rosen, David Silverstein, Sports Editors • March 8, 2021

Despite being classified as a “high-risk” sport by Governor Andrew Cuomo, boys basketball was set to begin at Schreiber on Feb. 1.  After...

Girls varsity basketball has a successful season
Girls varsity basketball has a successful season
Alex McCarvill, Staff Writer • March 8, 2021

After weeks of waiting and anticipation, girls’ varsity basketball returned for the month of February.  The team consists of ten hardworking...

Schreiber to conduct in-person and virtual AP testing and revised Regents schedule
Schreiber to conduct in-person and virtual AP testing and revised Regents schedule
Sara Mody, Staff Writer • May 3, 2021

As we near the end of the school year, finals season begins.  However, this year’s testing looks a little different due to Covid-19 testing modifications.   With the AP tests starting in early...

March brought our state, and country, good news to smile about
March brought our state, and country, good news to smile about
Hannah Brooks, Staff Writer • April 11, 2021

More than a year has now passed since the “Pandemic Era” — and the subsequent era of seemingly constant bad news.  However, The Schreiber...

The Climate Change Summit is holding events at the Landmark and beyond
The Climate Change Summit is holding events at the Landmark and beyond
Meiling Laurence, Staff Writer • April 11, 2021

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, mobilizing community members around common causes was a simpler task.  People gathered together at in-person events...

NYSSMA to have virtual festival showcasing student talent
NYSSMA to have virtual festival showcasing student talent
Liam Regan, Staff Writer • March 26, 2021

Many Schreiber students are participating and hope to earn a good score on their performances in the online NYSSMA solo and small ensemble festival...

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Schreiber should have a debate class
Schreiber should have a debate class
Davis Choi, Staff Writer • May 3, 2021

For decades, debate has been a staple of extracurricular activities, encouraging students to work hard and learn life skills.  Schreiber’s...

Professional athletes should not be required to wear a mask while playing
Professional athletes should not be required to wear a mask while playing
Ethan Rotko, Staff Writer • April 27, 2021

Thousands of professional athletes are back to playing, but have been quarantined due to COVID-19.  These athletes have been placed in bubbles...

The U.S. should intervene in Myanmar
The U.S. should intervene in Myanmar
Liam Regan, Staff Writer • April 27, 2021

On Feb. 1, following a landslide election in favor of  the National League for Democracy (NLD), Myanmar’s military seized power.  Protests...

The electric vehicle charging problem
The electric vehicle charging problem
Andy Ollendorff, Contributing Writer • April 19, 2021

The future of the automobile industry is in electric and hybrid vehicles.  Each year more people switch from gas-powered cars to electric ones. ...

High-risk sports take on the Coronavirus Pandemic
High-risk sports take on the Coronavirus Pandemic
Allison Greilsheimer, Staff Writer • April 15, 2021

In early January, Schreiber athletics began to slowly return to play, albeit with many precautions.   A few of these designated safety measures...

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A&E
Netflix binge watchers are ready for a second season of Ginny and Georga
Netflix binge watchers are ready for a second season of Ginny and Georga
Ellie Ross, Staff Writer • April 27, 2021

Netflix producer Anya Adams has recently created one of her best works yet.  Although the series Scrubs and The Comeback were extremely successful,...

Demi Lovato reveals "The Art of Starting Over" in her newest album
Demi Lovato reveals "The Art of Starting Over" in her newest album
Devin Spizz, Staff Writer • April 27, 2021

Stardom may seem like a dream come true to some, but Demi Lovato’s path to fame was not an easy one.  Put in the spotlight at the impressionable...

Taylor Swift’s re-recorded music makes long time fans nostalgic
Taylor Swift’s re-recorded music makes long time fans nostalgic
Isabelle Kitay, Staff Writer • April 13, 2021

Taylor Swift has been one of the most prominent pop artists for the past decade.  She has released nine studio albums, twelve EPs, three live...

Nick Jonas drops a new solo album: Spaceman
Nick Jonas drops a new solo album: Spaceman
Ellie Ross, Staff Writer • April 13, 2021

Pop superstar Nick Jonas continues to amaze fans with Spaceman, his fourth solo album released on March 12. Jonas started his career at ten...

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