Blooming for Spring Break: Nanuet Students and Staff Look Forward a Week Off
Blooming for Spring Break: Nanuet Students and Staff Look Forward a Week Off
Abigail Morgan April 8, 2022

A well deserved break for our students and staff is right around the corner. Who doesn’t love spring break? With the pleasurable weather, there...

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A Twist on a Classic Tale
Hannah Lav, Staff Writer • April 22, 2022

What Once Was Mine by Liz Braswell is a book based on the Disney movie Tangled, except it's not the original story. What Once Was Mine is part of a book series called A Twisted...

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Hannah Lav’s Top 5 Broadway Musicals
Hannah Lav, Staff Writer • April 19, 2022

Broadway is the #1 place to go to escape reality. Here is a list of 10 shows that I have escaped to and I recommend you do the same. If you can't hop a train to NYC to watch...

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Yu’s Reviews: Disguised as a Fable ‘Watership Down’ Conveys Complex Themes
Trisha Yu, Features Editor and Staff Writer  • April 8, 2022

When someone sees that a book is about a cuddly animal such as a rabbit, they would usually be inclined to assume it is a story for children. However, Watership Down by Richard...

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Yearning for Spring: Six Reasons Why We Need It Now
Abby Morgan, Staff Writer • February 17, 2022

Living in New York comes with amazing proximity to many great and fun experiences, but this also means brutal winters. We can’t catch a break...

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A Call to Expand Your Curriculum: Join More Clubs
Owen Whelan, Managing Editor • February 2, 2022

High school is the final page of the prologue to one’s future. Many claim we find ourselves in college, but I offer that high school is the...

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