Editorial: Outgrowing bus drills

December 21, 2018

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Every year, students at Schreiber are required to attend bus drills during regular class periods to learn about staying safe on school buses.  The drills are almost exactly the same every year: the bus driver talks about what...

Editorial: Confiscating phones in class

November 26, 2018

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Since the first day of school, several teachers throughout the building have been collecting their students’ cell phones and placing them in hanging calculator holders for the duration of class.   The logic behind using these holders is to red...

Pittsburg shooting sheds light on the need for a tolerant society

Sydney Kass, Features Editor

November 26, 2018

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There is a Hebrew saying: “Ma nishtana?” It asks “why is this different” or “what has changed?” In light of Saturday, Oct. 27, when 11 Jews were murdered at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Ma...

New testing schedule would lead to less stressed Schreiber students

Brittany Polevikov and Rebecca Charno

November 2, 2018

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Every Schreiber student is undeniably aware of how stressful high school can become.  When that rigorous AP class gives you a test the same night that your English teacher assigns a 5-page essay.  When you get home from a long...

Counterpoint: Is sexual harassment being discussed enough at Schreiber?

Asher Charno, Contributing Writer

November 2, 2018

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Sexual assault is an issue of elephantine proportions.  With the growing popularity of the #MeToo movement and controversial Brett Kavanaugh hearings, sexual assault allegations have been on many people’s minds.  Consequen...