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American democracy under attack: the Capitol riot from the eyes of Schreiber students
Mikey Capobianco, Asher Charno, Daniel Greilsheimer, Noah Loewy, Lucas Milgrim, and Aidan Spizz January 30, 2021

What was supposed to be a protest by Trump supporters voicing their opinions regarding the presidential election, turned into a violent, armed...

COVID-19
Winter track sprints into first school season
Winter track sprints into first school season
Lucas Milgrim, Sports Editor • January 21, 2021

Since March, the reintroduction of school sports has been widely anticipated.  Although we have not reached a “normal” athletic season yet,...

Schreiber should invest in outdoor dining space for students
Schreiber should invest in outdoor dining space for students
Parikshith Hebbar, Staff Writer • December 27, 2020

During the early months of the school year, many students opted to sit outside at the bleachers, the circle, or on benches for lunch.  Now that...

The highly anticipated NCAAM basketball season kicks off for the first time without fans
The highly anticipated NCAAM basketball season kicks off for the first time without fans
Dylan Epstein, Staff Writer • December 17, 2020

Men’s college basketball has just started up again for the 2020-2021 season following the devastating suspension of last season due to the...

Schools must mandate COVID-19 testing
Schools must mandate COVID-19 testing
Olivia Platt, Staff Writer • December 10, 2020

The mass reopening of institutions, relaxation of social distancing protocols, and harsh incoming winter weather have led to a surge in COVID-19...

Schreiber Theatre Company to perform Clue virtually
Schreiber Theatre Company to perform Clue virtually
Asher Charno, News Editor • December 4, 2020

Over the past few months, the theater and entertainment industry has been one of the hardest hit by the pandemic.  Many companies had to suspend...

Ed. Foundation fundraiser virtual cooking event
Ed. Foundation fundraiser virtual cooking event
Olivia Johnson, Staff Writer • January 28, 2021

Teaming up with The Cooking Lab, a local business owned by Michelle Capobianco and Matt Lanfant, the Ed. Foundation held a Zoom cooking class in which participants were taught how  to prepare a dinner...

Schreiber High School Regeneron scholars
Schreiber High School Regeneron scholars
Liam Regan, Staff Writer • January 28, 2021

The Regeneron Science Talent Search is a prestigious math and science competition run by the Society for Science in which high school seniors...

First two COVID-19 vaccine distribution centers open in Nassau
First two COVID-19 vaccine distribution centers open in Nassau
Peter Dimopoulos, Staff Writer • January 27, 2021

After months of vaccine trials, COVID-19 vaccination centers for the public finally opened on Long Island.  The first center that was announced...

Helen Keller National Center works with Schrieber to present “Feeling Through”
Helen Keller National Center works with Schrieber to present “Feeling Through”
Asher Charno, News Editor • January 22, 2021

Before winter break, Schreiber students witnessed a touching documentary film called “Feeling Through.”  This award winning film was made...

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Why you should curb your bagel cravings
Why you should curb your bagel cravings
Talya Pecullan, Staff Writer • January 31, 2021

Bagels are a staple breakfast and lunch food, especially in New York.  In Port Washington and Manhasset alone, Boychiks, Manhasset Bagels, Let...

News bias has negative effect on the country
News bias has negative effect on the country
Andy Feinstein, Staff Writer • January 28, 2021

Oftentimes, media outlets and news sources seem to favor a political party or certain set of ideas, causing them to lose their credibility as...

Why Zoom is here to stay
Why Zoom is here to stay
Kayla Caplin, Staff Writer • January 27, 2021

  While COVID-19 has taken its toll on almost all aspects of “normal” life, luckily, the pandemic is taking place in an era when...

Tests should be abolished during the pandemic
Tests should be abolished during the pandemic
Jessie Feinstein, Contributing Writer • January 22, 2021

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, students and teachers are facing many new challenges in learning and testing.  It has been difficult to...

Becky Driscoll (German-born actress Dana Wynter) and Dr. Miles Bennell (American actor Kevin McCarthy) hold hands and run from unseen terror in a film still from the horror motion picture
Domestic terrorism should be a federal crime
Olivia Platt, Staff Writer • January 20, 2021

2021 has just begun, but Jan. 6 will go down as one of the ugliest days in American history.  As thousands of Donald Trump loyalists stormed...

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2021 Grammy Nominations are in as artists prepare for a COVID safe ceremony
2021 Grammy Nominations are in as artists prepare for a COVID safe ceremony
Isabelle Kitay, Staff Writer • January 26, 2021

On March 14, 2021, the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards are scheduled to air.  The long anticipated music award show will be held at the Staples Center...

Evermore has Swifties in love with her all over again
Evermore has Swifties in love with her all over again
Izzy Kaplan, Staff Writer • January 21, 2021

Less than a month ago, Taylor Swift released her second album of 2020, Evermore.   Just months after her album, Folklore, was released, she...

Pixar
Pixar's Soul is a masterful approach to a heavy topic
Ruby Ader and Goldie Abrahams January 20, 2021

Soul, the newest Pixar animated film that premiered on Christmas, is receiving rave reviews.  Soul is about passion and dreams; it provides...

Jingle Ball on a computer screen: a Z100 event like no other
Jingle Ball on a computer screen: a Z100 event like no other
Talya Pecullan, Staff Writer • January 3, 2021

The 2020 Jingle Ball, like many other annual celebrations, was held virtually this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  This was a drastic change...

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