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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 clubs seek change as school year begins
Schreiber clubs seek change as school year begins
Hannah Brooks and Sam Capuano September 28, 2021

With the start of the school year, new and returning extracurricular activities are already working to change and improve Schreiber. This year, a new club is available to students: the Disability Awareness...

Opening our doors, but not the front entrance: Schreiber’s reopening and construction
Opening our doors, but not the front entrance: Schreiber’s reopening and construction
Alex Parker, Staff Writer • September 28, 2021

Last year, Schreiber was missing one vital element during the ten months school was in session: our student body.  Yes, there were students...

Schreiber Wifi Policy
Schreiber Wifi Policy
Maxwell Bianco, Contributing Writer • September 28, 2021

At the height of  the pandemic, online classes and virtual assignments, notes, and tests, posted on  platforms such as Google Classroom presented...

Annual Pride in Port Festivities are a Success
Annual Pride in Port Festivities are a Success
Helena Franchetti, Contributing Writer • September 28, 2021

Port Washington’s annual Pride in Port ─ which has been celebrated since 1988 ─ and Homecoming festivities took place on Sept. 18.  The...

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Point: Was the United States Right to Withdraw Troops from Afghanistan?
Point: Was the United States Right to Withdraw Troops from Afghanistan?
Ian Laurence, Contributing Writer • September 28, 2021

20 years ago, a horrific act of terror was launched on the World Trade Center in New York.  The United States soon sought out Al-Qaeda, the...

Congress should make the new child tax credit permanent
Congress should make the new child tax credit permanent
Susanna Keiserman, Contributing Writer • September 28, 2021

The American Rescue Plan passed in March 2021 allowed for the expansion of the child tax credit.  It increased this year’s payments for single...

Counterpoint: Should U.S. Troops Have Left Afghanistan?
Counterpoint: Should U.S. Troops Have Left Afghanistan?
Spencer Cohen, Contributing Writer • September 28, 2021

Recently, the United States withdrew many American soldiers from Afghanistan, thus ending the war that had been raging on for 20 years.  By...

Should the Iran nuclear deal be revived?
Should the Iran nuclear deal be revived?
Markus Joks, Contributing Writer • September 28, 2021

 In 2015, world leaders formulated the Joint Comprehensive Plan for Action (JCPA), commonly known as the Iran Nuclear Deal, which restricted...

Response to Teslas Autopilot defects is not an overreaction
Response to Tesla's Autopilot defects is not an overreaction
Kayla Caplin, Staff Writer • September 28, 2021

Every day, thousands of people around the world are injured or killed in car crashes.  In the United States, motor vehicle accidents are the...

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A&E
Van Gogh exhibits in New York City , A New Take on Art
Van Gogh exhibits in New York City , A New Take on Art
Kaitlyn Schechter, Contributing Writer • September 28, 2021

Last June, two different Van Gogh exhibits opened in Manhattan.  These two unaffiliated experiences are not a typical art gallery, but rather...

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 13: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez attends The 2021 Met Gala Celebrating In America: A Lexicon Of Fashion at Metropolitan Museum of Art on September 13, 2021 in New York City. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/MG21/Getty Images For The Met Museum/Vogue)
Met Gala 2021: Who shined and who missed the mark
Talya Pecullan and Leah Schachter, Staff Writers • September 28, 2021

On Sept. 13, the Met Gala returned for its 75th anniversary after being postponed since last year.  Hollywood’s most famous celebrities gathered...

Broadway is now Open to the Public
Broadway is now Open to the Public
Sabrina Grossman, Staff Writer • September 28, 2021

Broadway is back after eighteen long months of being closed; Hamilton, The Lion King, Wicked, and Chicago all reopened on Sept. 14, with their...

No more Mister, Mr. Potato Head
No more Mister, Mr. Potato Head
Jake Schachter, Staff Writer • May 17, 2021

The famous Mr. Potato Head will now be known as just Potato Head.  Hasbro, the company who produces the toy, has decided to change the name...

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