Elizabeth Acevedo’s debut book, The Poet X won the National Book Award. In May, she published With the Fire on High. A story told with a teen mother protagonist who loves to cook and has culinary dreams, this book is perfect for that day when you just need a book to warm your heart. If you are not already impressed by the gorgeous cover, read on to find out why this book should be the first book you reach for when you need a pick-me-up. Continue reading Book Review: Elizabeth Acevedo’s With the Fire on High is a Delicious Read
The Byram Hills Varsity Football Team had just come off a big win at Westlake, making them undefeated heading into their big homecoming matchup against Ardsley. These two teams, bosting 4-0 records have lived up to the hype so far this season. Byram knew what they had to do in order to compete with the powerhouse that is Ardsley… Continue reading The Battle of Class B: Friday Night Lights
In a story of a librarian with a dream of a forgotten city and a girl who is the child of a human and a god that can only experience the world through others’ dreams, Strange the Dreamer offers an escape into a magical and intriguing world. This book has been heartily approved by not just one, but three of the Oracle’s writers. Continue reading Book Review: Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor
If you are interested in conservation or simply just want to learn more about a controversial topic in the media today, read on and develop your own opinion about this subject. Continue reading Should Natural Ecosystems Be Granted Legal Personhood?
If you are looking for something new to watch on Netflix, or are simply curious about the infamous Stranger Things trilogy, look no further. Read on for a review of the most recent season, and some background on the show. (Disclaimer: This article does contain spoilers!) Continue reading Stranger Things 3: Yes, Things Can Get, Well, Stranger!
Last month, the sophomores tackled their first AP exam. Are you curious as to what it was like? Whether they felt nervous, prepared, or relaxed, read on to find out how sophomores felt going in to take their AP World History exam. Continue reading Sophomores Take on the World
The Helping Young People Excel (H.Y.P.E.) club recently hosted a very successful spring event that allowed students to make connections and spend time with the developmentally disabled adults in our community. Read on to learn more about the club and this recent special occasion! Continue reading The H.Y.P.E Spring Event