By Ben Gordon For the first time in Byram Hills High School history, evening athletic events will be held on our turf field. After years of failed recommendations from coaches and other faculty members, senior football player Joe Saglimbeni decided to take charge because, as he put it, “[his] teammates and [himself] had always wanted to play a home game under lights, and since [his] … Continue reading Bobcat of the Month: Joe Saglimbeni
By Raquel Kanner In less than one month, students, teachers, and administrators alike will be enjoying their well-deserved summer vacation. Students may be using this time to plan for college, enjoy famous sites on teen tours, or even spend time with friends and family, but have we ever thought about what BHHS’ teachers do over the summer? Like many BHHS students, teachers are yearning for … Continue reading How Are BHHS’ Teachers Spending the Summer?
By Raquel Kanner With the recent kickoff of spring, many of us think of this change in season as a time of warmer weather, spring sports, and spring break. We tend not to think of snowstorms. Unfortunately, this winter and early spring, we have experienced several snowstorms, making this year one of the craziest winters. With snow falling rapidly, coupled with strong winds, power outages … Continue reading The Crazy Power Outages: How They’ve Affected Byram Students
By Olivia Scaglione Walk down the halls of Byram Hills High School and you will certainly hear at least one student say, “I’m so tired!” Luckily, students have a week of relaxation coming up to look forward to: December break. December break is a time for students to travel, spend time with family and friends, and catch up on their sleep. Over break, some students … Continue reading How is BHHS Spending a Much Needed December Break?
By Merry Mayers As we are well into spring, many New Yorkers are starting to reflect on the warm winter. During the most brutal days of winter in New York, temperatures may fall below zero, and the snow may accumulate up to twenty inches. Despite past statistics, the last few winters have been getting increasingly warmer with less and less snow, strongly supported by data … Continue reading Is Global Warming the Reason Behind this Year’s Strange Winter?