By Zoe Daniel Have your heard of Byram’s phenomenal Mock Trial team? While not the most well known club, they have accomplished great success and are worthy of praise! The Byram Hills Mock Trial Club is part of the larger Mock Trial organization. Mock Trial is a nationwide competition in which schools debate against one another over the same case. Students act as lawyers and witnesses and emulate the … Continue reading The Mock Trial Team’s Successful Season!
By Dani Cronin The auditorium was cloaked with an aura of anticipation during the second weekend of March, as a sell out audience eagerly awaited the BHHS winter show: Les Miserables. Then the musical began, and the curtain opened to reveal a beautiful set constructed to represent France in the early 1800s. The audience was enthralled from the first note of the opening number to … Continue reading You Can Hear the People Sing
By Julia Barnett Many of Byram Hills’ most talented actors and singers have been very busy this winter, as they’ve been working six days a week for the past two months to perfect their upcoming performance of Les Miserables. The 86 members of the cast and crew are eagerly waiting for the opportunity to show off their hard work when the show finally comes to … Continue reading The Revolution is Set to Begin as Byram Hills Puts Out All the Stops for Les Miserables
Have you seen any of Bobcat TV’s new videos? Bobcat TV has been busy this year, from producing highlight videos for the athletic teams to launching video campaigns to raise awareness for various clubs/organizations. Through club presidents Justin Schmalholz and Sam Hollander’s strong leadership, along with Mr. Melso’s advising, Bobcat TV has been thriving. Bobcat TV was founded in 2005 and has since grown tremendously with … Continue reading Makers Behind Byram’s Best Films: Bobcat TV
By Jordyn Jacobson As the winter days are approaching, many of us are getting ready to celebrate the holidays and spend quality time with our families. These are privileges we too often take for granted. Soldiers who serve overseas not only sacrifice their lives for the benefit of our country, but they also sacrifice much of the sacred time they get to spend with their … Continue reading Students Serving Soldiers
By Hayley Siegle The Freshman Science Research Club was established this year by Authentic Science Research teacher and director Mr. David Keith and his two co-presidents, senior Audrey Saltzman and junior Alex Remnitz. The board of officers include Izzy Chong as the first module director, Stef Vega as the mentorship coordinator, Kayla Reiner as treasurer, and Leo Gagliardi as secretary. This club provides ninth graders … Continue reading The Freshman Science Research Club
By Danielle Cronin With the school year in full swing and students already adjusted to their academic and extracurricular schedules, there is still an opportunity to join clubs! Students Advocating for Gender Equity is a club run by co-presidents Gabby Kleinberg and Lindsey Perlman, and the club meets every Monday to discuss topics about gender identity and inequality in the school, community, and media. Their main goal … Continue reading SAGE: Students Advocating for Gender Equality