On Martin Luther King Day, the Byram Hills Varsity Boys Basketball Team held a clinic, where all of the proceeds went to charity, specifically the Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital. Read on to hear all about the $1500 success… Continue reading The BHHS Varsity Boys Basketball Team Gives Back In A Hoops for Hope Clinic
Without a doubt, politics is everywhere in our lives. Should political discussion then be permitted in schools? Should it be incorporated into the learning curriculum? Or is it just to controversial… Continue reading Politics in Schools: For Better or For Worse
As Anti-Semitism continues to rise, especially in the U.S., BHHS students are forming a club to help combat this issue. Read on to learn about the F.A.A.S. club and how it is working to create change. Continue reading Fighting Anti-Semitism at BHHS
Is the requirement of physical education absurd or what? The gym period does not need to be completely abolished, but should it not at least be a choice whether or not to participate? What do you think? Continue reading Should Gym be Required?
Have you ever visited The Metropolitan Museum of Art or Museum of Modern Art? Well, if you were at high school on January 16th from 5-6:30, you didn’t have to make the trip to NYC to see some amazing art. Read on to hear all about Byram’s winter art show… Continue reading Byram’s Finest Art
What would life be like without technology? Without a refrigerator, without a car, without the internet, without Google Classroom, without FaceTime? Technology is evolving quickly, but is it actually helping people and making them smarter? Read on to find out… Continue reading Does Technology Make You Smarter?
Students are constantly occupied with academics and extracurricular activities. This busyness makes it easier to spend less time outside. Under the fluorescent lights of the classroom, every season can seem similar, but read on to learn what BHHS students think about winter. Continue reading Is Winter the Best Season?