By Drew Siskin You may have heard about this news on Instagram, News 12, or even from your parents, but regardless of where you received your information, odds are the college admissions scandal touched close to home. Every other day, now that it is March, someone is getting an acceptance, deferral or rejection from a school of their dreams. As we all know, schools are … Continue reading The Scandal of the Year?
By Raquel Kanner The Science Research program has had a monumental year thus far, receiving numerous awards and honors from various prestigious institutions and organizations. All students enrolled in this course are extremely talented and passionate about their research, and Brent Perlman is no exception. Brent’s research focused on the question that has crossed everyone’s mind at some point: can humans conduct photosynthesis? Essentially, by … Continue reading Brent Perlman: An Unforgettable Science Research Student
By Olivia Scaglione By the time the second semester rolls around, most seniors have already heard back from college or are waiting for a decision. Therefore, many have “senioritis” and feel a decline in their motivation for their final year of academics. From writing with chalk on the sidewalks before the first day of school to wearing blackout t-shirts during the first week, there are … Continue reading Senior Skip Day: A Memorable Tradition or An Unnecessary Absence
by Alex Berkman It’s that time of year again….March Madness! One of the most exciting times to be a sports fan is here, and many are already enjoying these games. For whoever you may be, a soccer, football, or even hockey fan, when college basketball in March begins, you will be glued to the television, watching 68 teams compete for the ultimate crown: a National … Continue reading March Madness
by Gabby Ripka The Byram Hills Boys Varsity Basketball Team is always a contender for the coveted Section 1 Gold Ball and this year was no different. At the beginning of the season, LoHud ranked them as the number three team in the section. With returning LoHud Super 7 standouts, Ben Leff and Willy Samsen, Byram was a team with a target on its back the … Continue reading Boys’ Varsity Basketball: A Season RECAP
By Mia Dittrich Challenge Success is an organization that works with teams of educators, parents, and students at schools all across the country. Their mission is to implement the best practices and policies in areas such as curriculum, assessment, homework, school schedule, and a healthy school climate. Last year, the Byram Hills school district partnered with Challenge Success, giving 8th through 12th-grade students a survey … Continue reading Challenge Success
By Marleigh Canter Last month, 48 teams from the Lower Hudson Valley came to Byram Hills High School to compete in the Science Olympiad Regional Competition. According to Mr. Horowitz, “Science Olympiad is a competition where students compete in about 25 different events in all fields of science; biology, chemistry, physics, earth science, engineering, and all STEM events.” The regional competition has been hosted by … Continue reading Checking in with Sci-O!