By James Bastone The Seafood Grill, a new restaurant in Armonk located at 465 Main Street, is a home run that will be here to stay. The restaurant, which serves Japanese-inspired seafood, lives up to its slogan: “Dock to Dish.” The restaurant is extremely proud of its Sunday brunch menu, as well as being host to one of the only raw bars in the area. … Continue reading The Seafood Grill – Armonk’s Newest Restaurant
By Kallie Hoffman School should be a forum to acquire an increased understanding of topics in the world, to be able to apply skills and knowledge toward higher education and future occupations and to simply enjoy learning and growing as a person. Sadly, it has increasingly become a place that children fear, because there is anxiety awaiting them at some test or quiz every day. … Continue reading To Test, or Not to Test – That is The Question
By Lily Moss When I think of my days at sleep-away camp, I am reminded of amazing friendships, the happiest of days, and most importantly, my second home. Sleep-away camp gives kids the opportunity to reinvent themselves, explore their independence, and try new things, all in a judgment-free environment. The best part of it all––it’s so much fun. Most kids have spent their adolescent years … Continue reading Importance of Sleep-away Camp
By Alessandra Colella There has been much buzz regarding the possible change to one of America’s most important freedoms: the freedom of the press. The freedom of the press allows for journalists to report on news, while expressing their unique and diverse opinions. This right is rooted in the first amendment, which states, “Congress shall make no law . . . abridging the freedom of speech, … Continue reading Is Our Freedom of Press in Danger?
By Kallie Hoffman What is a life without a creative outlet? Is any right more sacred than freedom of expression? Combine the two, and the power of creative expression is infinite. The arts represent the universe of the uninhibited, or as Pablo Picasso once observed, “to draw, you must close your eyes and sing.” The magic of the arts is that it allows an individual … Continue reading The Ability of the Arts to Transcend the Classroom
By Ellie Reinhardt As most of Byram Hills patiently waits for that beautiful phone call from Mr. Donahue letting us know that we have a 2 hour delay due to the snow, Byram students are already dreaming about the extra “Z’s” that are in store. This precious time gives us the extra couple of hours of sleep that all teenagers crave. Sleeping longer in the … Continue reading Should School Start Later?
By Seth Morrison You may think course selection is months away, but it’s actually that time of the year again; it has snuck up on us again. It’s important for every student to put a fair amount of thought into which classes, whether it be APs or electives, they will take next year. The question is: how? With so many things to take into account … Continue reading Tips on Course Selection