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FTC Robotics Teams qualify for NYC Championships

Ava Westreich and Mira Bansal May 7, 2021

First Tech Challenge (FTC) robotics teams 9681, 7890, and 16568 all competed and won awards in the FTC Robotics virtual competition qualifier round last Sunday, and teams 9681 and 16568 qualified for the...

Conversation about criminal justice: Wasserberger leads panel on law, activism, and academia

Divya and Ponda May 7, 2021

Jordan Wasserberger (11) led a Zoom panel last Monday about recent progressive trends in policing, legal reform, infrastructure development, and mass protests and their impacts on crime statistics, community...

Juniors propose change through SOI Action Plans

Juniors propose change through SOI Action Plans

Audrey Moussazadeh and Rachel Baez May 7, 2021

This week, members of the junior class submitted their finalized Seminar on Identity (SOI) Action Plan projects, a process that culminated in student-written policy memos that aim to improve parts of the...

Interfaith club holds dialogue with Al Noor School

Interfaith club holds dialogue with Al Noor School

Ariella Frommer and Vidhatrie Keetha May 7, 2021

“I come to the dialogue sessions because it’s a great, really informal way to be honest, to talk to people, and to get to know other people that follow different religions than me,” Michael Shaari...

Scenes from the senior tent

Scenes from the senior tent

Jiya Chatterjee, Staff Writer May 7, 2021

Since the senior class did not have the opportunity to experience many typical senior traditions due to COVID-19 restrictions, the administration wanted to do something for the graduating class that would...

Students submit to English Department Writing Prizes

Students submit to English Department Writing Prizes

Audrey Carbonell and Max Chasin May 7, 2021

By the deadline tonight, Upper Division (UD) students will have submitted poems, essays, and prose fiction pieces to the yearly English Department Writing Prizes in hopes of winning an award. These awards...

Making time for mental health: Students attend wellness day workshops

Making time for mental health: Students attend wellness day workshops

Zachary Kurtz, Staff Writer May 7, 2021

From student and faculty-led workshops to rock painting, the school's Wellness Day on Wednesday spread awareness about the importance of self-care.  The Counseling and Guidance Department organized...

PepsiCo marketing executive Zach Harris speaks at Career Lecture Series

PepsiCo marketing executive Zach Harris speaks at Career Lecture Series

Jillian Lee and Ariella Frommer May 7, 2021

“After I read Jaden’s description and Harris’s bio, I went to the event because, even though I am not interested in business, there's value in hearing about someone who works at such a large company...

Advancing social change: Alumni speak at Parent Institute

Advancing social change: Alumni speak at Parent Institute

Ceci Coughlin, Staff Writer May 7, 2021

On Tuesday, the Horace Mann Parent Institute (HMPI) hosted the Zoom event “Advancing Social Change” for parents at the school. The event, moderated by Gita Shaari P’ 16 P’ 17 P’ 20 P’ 22 and...

Dance therapy activist visits classes

Alex Lautin, Staff Writer May 7, 2021

French-Congolese dancer and activist Bolewa Sabourin visited the Studies in French classes via Zoom on Wednesday. He introduced his project, “Re-création Lycée” (Recreation High School) and answered...

Lawson Wright’s (10) WWII documentary wins New York State History Day contest

Lawson Wright’s (10) WWII documentary wins New York State History Day contest

Alex Lautin and Sean Lee May 7, 2021

Lawson Wright’s (10) World War II Ghost Army documentary, The Con Men of WWII, won first place in the 2021 New York State History Day Virtual Contest for the City and State of New York.  Wright has...

Students donate to loose change drive

Students donate to loose change drive

Emily Salzhauer, Staff Writer May 7, 2021

In response to India’s worsening COVID crisis, Tuhin Ghosh (11) initiated a week-long loose change drive in Olshan Lobby that has raised over $100 thus far. Since he was born in India, Ghosh feels...

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