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South Korea’s Declining Birth Rate Calls for Cultural Change
South Korea’s Declining Birth Rate Calls for Cultural Change
Heeseo Yoon, Junior Editor • June 12, 2024
Photo by Ronen Fischler
Black Bear Wanders into Tenafly
Samantha Shanker, Staff Writer • June 6, 2024
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Lauren Dayton: Coming Back Because She Has Your Back
Lauren Dayton: Coming Back Because She Has Your Back
Amanda Forman, Staff Writer • May 31, 2024

Prom, state tournaments, and studying for finals are just some of what’s going on in our town during the first week of June, but did you know...

Why Is Ice So Slippery? Not the Simplest of Answers!
Why Is Ice So Slippery? Not the Simplest of Answers!
Avyay Manoj, Staff Writer • May 31, 2024

Ice has long been known for its slippery nature, posing road hazards while also offering the thrill of winter sports such as ice skating or ice...

Gonnegtions #12
Gonnegtions #12
Jordan Yanowitz and Liam Tenenbaum April 11, 2024

Stop Hitting Snooze
Stop Hitting Snooze
Selah Jain, Staff Writer • April 25, 2024

I have a somewhat messy relationship with my snooze button. Every morning is a fight between me and that stupid button. You would think after...

Tiger Threads #4
Tiger Threads #4
Jordan Yanowitz and Liam Tenenbaum May 31, 2024

Gonnegtions #12
Gonnegtions #12
Jordan Yanowitz and Liam Tenenbaum April 11, 2024

Triple C’s Book Review #11: One Day in December
Triple C’s Book Review #11: One Day in December
Kailyn Cho, Senior Staff Writer • May 30, 2024
When I was about halfway through One Day in December by Josie Silver, I was on the verge of taking a break from reading. With every page, I was getting increasingly frustrated at the plot and thought the protagonist was crazy as she mooned over a man she had simply shared a few seconds of eye contact with. However, there was something that kept drawing me in, despite my mixed feelings about the characters themselves, and the book did not disappoint.
Triple C’s Book Review #10: The Metamorphosis
Triple C’s Book Review #10: The Metamorphosis
Anoushka Chakrabarti, Senior Staff Writer • May 3, 2024

We’re Triple C: a dynamic trio of juniors (Kavya, Kailyn, and Anoushka), bonded by both a shared passion for literature and the coincidental...

Triple C’s Book Review #9: One of Us is Lying
Triple C’s Book Review #9: One of Us is Lying
Kailyn Cho, Senior Staff Writer • April 25, 2024
Finding a captivating mystery novel can be a challenge. There are certain expectations that need to be met to be approved as a masterful story that weaves a gripping tale that is both thrilling yet satisfying. Growing up, I went through mystery novels like they were pieces of candy, eating up each detective case and starting another just as fast. Recently, my childhood love of mysteries has manifested through my fascination with movies like A Haunting in Venice and books such as A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson. Thus, when I saw One of Us is Lying by Karen M. McManus sitting on a shelf during my frequent visits to the bookstore, I knew I had to read it.
Trump Conviction Deepens Media Divide
Trump Conviction Deepens Media Divide
Charley Levine, Managing Editor • June 10, 2024

There is no doubt that the press is not what it used to be. Nowadays, news outlets are divided along political lines, leaving the public to grapple...

On the Death of Spelling Correctly
On the Death of Spelling Correctly
David Shin, Senior Staff Writer • May 31, 2024

The advent of technology and the increasing reliance on digital tools have undoubtedly reshaped the way we approach written communication. From...

The Future with Apple Vision Pro
The Future with Apple Vision Pro
David Shin, Senior Staff Writer • June 10, 2024

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“If You’re Feeling Sinister” by Belle and Sebastian - A Look Back
“If You’re Feeling Sinister” by Belle and Sebastian - A Look Back
Richard Cavaliere-Mazziotta, Guest Writer • May 31, 2024
Triple C’s Book Review #11: One Day in December
Triple C’s Book Review #11: One Day in December
Kailyn Cho, Senior Staff Writer • May 30, 2024
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Kav and Kay’s Weird Food Combos
Kav and Kay’s Weird Food Combos
Kailyn Cho and Kavya Chettur April 25, 2024
What is the strangest food combo you’ve ever tried? Salted watermelon? Pickles and ice cream? Hot chocolate and cheese? The options are truly endless. But even though we may not share the same taste buds, don’t yuck on someone’s yum!
Letter to the Editors
Letter to the Editors
Ms. Karen Drake November 2, 2023

Without intention, I was left out of the article titled “Teacher Racial Representation at THS Matters." Reading that there were “zero”...

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