A Spooky Sands Point Halloween

Joe Clark, Staff Writer

November 2, 2018

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From Oct. 25 through Oct. 31, Sands Point decided to celebrate Halloween with some new ghoulish events that had everyone screaming with excitement. Residents were able to transform the Hempstead House into a haunted vampire's...

Hurricane Florence

Joe Clark, Staff Writer

October 5, 2018

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On Friday Sept. 14th, category-three Hurricane Florence made landfall near Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina. From the second it hit land, Florence began causing catastrophe on the East Coast. Although the storm seemed to be...

“Haven’t You Heard?” Club

Maya Leong, Contributing Writer

June 6, 2018

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Many students at Schreiber believe that there should be greater discussion of current events and controversial issues included in class curriculums. In most classes, we spend a large amount of time reviewing the accepted wisdom...

Harborfest

Kayla Hill, Staff Assistant

June 6, 2018

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On June 3, Port Washington hosted its 28th annual Harborfest that included its usual festivities. These included a handmade craft fair, an environmental section, musical entertainment, a children’s fun park, and a nautical...

Karmacue

Leah Doubert, Staff Writer

May 24, 2018

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Sunday, May 20, marked the date of Port Washington’s tenth annual Karmacue, hosted by Alper’s Hardware Store. The event was held on Irma Avenue, next to the Alper’s location on Main Street.  All money raised from the event was...

Schreiber ranks as Top High School

Becky Han, News Editor

May 24, 2018

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This year, Schreiber again ranked as a top school in New York and the country in the U.S. News & World Report.  In the ranking for the “Best High Schools in America” for 2018, Schreiber took No. 33 in New York State and...

Row for Autism

Lily Labella, Contributing Writer

April 27, 2018

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On Sunday, April 15, the Port Washington Rowing team was sadly informed that the Seventh Annual Row for Autism regatta would be cancelled due to inclement weather conditions. The numerous weeks of preparation, organizing and...

Spring Blood Drive

Margaret Carl, Contributing Writer

April 27, 2018

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According to the American Red Cross, 6.8 million people donate their blood to people in need each year, and there are 4.5 million people per year who are the grateful recipients of that blood.  Just one pint of blood can effectively save upw...

Bow Tie Cinemas Closing

Emily Doherty, Staff Writer

March 23, 2018

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On Jan. 28, the Bow Tie Cinemas of Port Washington was officially shut down.  Students couldn’t help but notice the empty display boxes stripped of their posters and the huge marquee left bare.  After the list of available...

Spring Clothing Drive

Becky Han, News Editor

March 23, 2018

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Despite the fact that springtime is one of the most hectic times of year, many Port students were still able to show some impressive community spirit through their participation in this year’s Spring Clothing Drive. “Springtime...

Cancer Care

Natalia Becsak, Staff Writer

February 16, 2018

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In 1944, a small group of New Yorkers founded a non-profit organization called CancerCare, an institution designed to help people whose lives have been affected by cancer by supplying them with financial assistance, emotional suppor...

Hempstead Harbor Shoreline

Gaby Chu, Staff Writer

February 16, 2018

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Recently, the Town of North Hempstead received a $450,000 grant to extend the Hempstead Harbor Shoreline Trail.  This grant comes from the New York State Regional Economic Development Council Initiative Award, which was establ...