Editorial: Field trips make for a richer education

May 24, 2018

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When you think back to elementary and middle school, your most prominent memories are likely those of field trips.  From the Bronx Zoo in third grade to eighth grade trips to Ellis Island, students can vividly remember these...

Editorial: All for YouTube and YouTube for All!

May 24, 2018

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When using the internet during school hours became the norm, administrators were concerned that students would watch videos, play games, and visit sites could that distract them from the school day and learning environment. ...

Editorial: All aboard: college tour road trips

May 24, 2018

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Junior year is a tough year for many students.  The combined pressure of a heavy course load and standardized tests are stressful enough on their own, but when combined with having to plan for the future, can be extremely overwhelming. Junior...

Editorial: Revolt against post-AP gym makeups

May 24, 2018

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As AP week has come to an end, students can finally take a break from the last month of studying.  However, instead of late nights, students are left with one of the most inconvenient requirement that all students try to avoid...

Voter identification laws could undo years of democratic progress

Noah Loewy, Staff Writer

May 24, 2018

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Ever since President Donald Trump accused the Clinton campaign of allowing “millions of illegal immigrants” to cast ballots in the 2016 general election, Republican lawmakers have been determined to come up with legislation...

Counterpoint: Is college really worth the expense in the long run?

Caroline Katz, Managing Editor

May 24, 2018

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As early as middle school, students become aware of the importance of going to college after high school.  Parents and teachers constantly impress the importance of college upon students, convincing them that college is the only v...

Point: Is college really worth the expense in the long run?

Eddie Samowitz, Opinions Editor

May 24, 2018

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College education is currently flourishing in the United States as all kinds of people, including women and minorities, are making great headway in terms of higher education.  A continued and amplified focus on education by all Am...

Editorial: Supporting our teams away

April 27, 2018

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With the arrival of warmer weather comes an increase in attendance at Schreiber’s home sports games.  Although students often make a point of attending home games, many people want to become even more involved in Schreibe...

Editorial: Science not celebrated

April 27, 2018

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Looking at the school calendar, it is easy to see that almost all of the core subjects have a school wide event to celebrate their curricula, from Shakespeare Day, to Pi Day and Foreign Language Week. But where is the celebra...

Editorial: Call for more language classes

April 27, 2018

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Remember being in fifth grade and getting to choose your language for the next year? Spanish, French, Italian, or Latin — all new and exotic languages to a fifth grader.  It seemed like the opportunity of a lifetime. Then, as you ...