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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
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
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
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
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...

Dolphin Bookshop closing after 76 Years
Noah Mauriello , Contributing Writer • November 30, 2022

Since 1946, Dolphin Bookshop has been a beloved landmark in Port Washington.  After 76 years, it is closing its doors.  It has seen four owners during its time, and an increase in rent has forced the...

Food Security for All Veterans Act Is Passed By the House
Justin Sung, Contributing Writer • October 31, 2022

The House of Representatives recently passed the Food Security for All Veterans Act on Sept. 29.  The legislation was introduced by Representative...

North Shore Animal League pet supply drive
Leah Dong, Contributing Writer • October 31, 2022

On Sept. 23, Hurricane Ian swept through the southeastern regions of the United States, devastating the state of Florida with life-threatening...

October: Good News
Alden Ruskin, Contributing Writer • October 31, 2022

With all of the chaos in today’s world, we sometimes forget that there is a lot of good news shadowed by all of the bad news that social media...

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Should Schreiber invest more in AC and heating in the building?
Parikshith Hebbar, Contributing Writer • October 31, 2022

Most of Schreiber’s classrooms become extremely hot in the summer and springtime, and are conversely quite frigid in the winter.  It is essential...

Should schreiber require more than just 1 year of arts?
Jai Dhillon, Contributing Writer • October 31, 2022

At Schreiber, students are required to take at least one year of an art or music course to fulfill their graduation requirements.  Schreiber...

Should Schreiber allow for more than three excused college visit absences for juniors?
Ella Osher, Contributing Writer • October 31, 2022

There is nothing cookie-cutter about colleges.  Every school has a unique personality and feel, and that personality changes as students come...

Virtual Driver’s Ed should not be offered
Aaron Doubert, Contributing Writer • October 31, 2022

The advent of the COVID-19 pandemic led to the start of many things.  From remote school to social distancing, many changes in our daily routines...

Virtual Driver’s Ed should continue to be offered
Sean Snaider, Contributing Writer • October 31, 2022

Virtual Driver’s Education is the same as the in-person classes, except it takes place online.  Virtual Driver’s Ed has immense benefits,...

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Kanye West Brand Drops
Kaitlyn Schechter, Staff Writer • November 23, 2022

One of the most influential rappers of all time, Kanye West (now known as Ye), has been the center of headlines recently after a series of controversial...

Climate change activists throw soup at famous paintings
Sarah Germana, Staff Writer • November 23, 2022

On Oct. 14, two climate change activists threw tomato soup onto one of Vincent van Gogh’s paintings, titled Sunflowers, and glued their hands...

The production of Disenchanted has Enchanted fans excited
Goldie Abrahams, Contributing Writer • November 23, 2022

For Disney fans, the upcoming news has been making headlines.  The sequel to the classic movie Enchanted is coming out in just a few weeks. ...

This years Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will be sure to impress
Juliana Dommel , Contributing Writer • November 23, 2022

It seems that with the end of Halloween, an intense anticipation for the festive Christmas season is on the rise.  People tend to overlook a...

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