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“Science Olympiad” wins CC Dodgeball Brawl 

“Science Olympiad” wins CC Dodgeball Brawl 

Harper Rosenberg , Staff Writer December 2, 2022

This Monday, the Community Council (CC) hosted the Dodgeball Brawl finals, a tournament that took place throughout November and ended with the winning team “Science Olympiad.” While looking for...

Faculty bonds at ceramics workshop

Faculty bonds at ceramics workshop

Annika Bhandari and Eliana Son December 2, 2022

Ceramics teacher Keith Renner hosted the first Saturday Ceramics Workshop for faculty members before Thanksgiving break, on November 19. 13 faculty members, from varying departments, attended the workshop. “This...

An investigation into the school’s water fountains

An investigation into the school’s water fountains

Naomi Yaeger, Staff Writer December 2, 2022

Every day, students and faculty use the water fountains placed around the school. Despite their uniform appearance, each water fountain has different characteristics, from their water source to their operation,...

Image from the MD library who just received 40 copies of the book 

Suzette Sheft (11) tells family’s Holocaust story in new book

Lucy Peck, Staff Writer November 21, 2022

Suzette Sheft (11) published “Running for Shelter: A True Story” last week, a 180-page novel that recounts the experience of her Jewish grandmother, Inge Eisinger, during the Holocaust. Beginning...

Grant Sheft (11) brings back Justice Night after 10 years

Grant Sheft (11) brings back Justice Night after 10 years

Erica Jiang , Staff Writer November 21, 2022

Last Friday, Grant Sheft (11) hosted Justice Night, an event for students, parents, and faculty featuring “The Defamation Experience.” The experience is created by Canamac Productions and explores...

Weber (11) hosts workshop to combat antisemitism

Weber (11) hosts workshop to combat antisemitism

Julia Lourenco and Matthew Pruzan November 21, 2022

Ariela Weber (11) helped host a workshop on Jewish history with around 40 participants at the Moise Safra Center last Sunday.  Weber is an intern at StandWithUs (SWU), a non-profit organization that...

Ciriello (11) plays music for New York Presbyterian hospital

Ciriello (11) plays music for New York Presbyterian hospital

Lily Sussman and Sydney Kurtz November 21, 2022

In honor of World Prematurity Day, Isabella Ciriello (11) played guitar at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) of New York Presbyterian Hospital for parents and doctors this Thursday. The NICU is a...

English department attends diversity retreat

Daniyaal Ghani and Will Chasin November 10, 2022

Last Thursday, the Upper Division English Department participated in their annual professional development retreat. The retreat, which focused on team building and growing the skill set of each faculty...

Eighth graders visit the MET for art history education

Eighth graders visit the MET for art history education

Anoushka Parakh and Zach Hornfeld November 10, 2022

This Monday and Thursday, the eighth grade visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s (MET) Hindu and Buddhist sculpture galleries with Upper Division (UD) students in Art History:What is a Masterpiece?,...

Alumni speak at Veterans Day Assembly

Alumni speak at Veterans Day Assembly

Ariella Frommer , Staff Writer November 10, 2022

Alumni veterans and active duty members Eric Derecktor ’12, Ben Jacobson ‘09, Victor Ladd ‘11, Matthew Meltzer ‘13, and Elizabeth Vierya ‘04, along with Middle Division dean and history teacher...

School casts ballots in midterm elections

School casts ballots in midterm elections

Sophie Rukin , Staff Writer November 10, 2022

This Tuesday, students and teachers at the school, along with millions of Americans, voted in the 2022 midterm elections. The ballot included a wide variety of federal and state positions including senators,...

Changes to student clubs and publications funding promotes equity between organizations

Changes to student clubs and publications funding promotes equity between organizations

Ariella Frommer, Staff Writer October 27, 2022

This school year, Dean of Students Michael Dalo made changes to student organizations’ fund-request processes, bake sales, fundraising, and merchandise. Dalo implemented these changes to create more...

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