The sun peeks over the trees on the Nanuet High School campus as students prepare for their first day of the new school year. Photo by Owen Whelan.
The Sun Rises on a New Year for Nanuet's Golden Knights
Ella Donoghue, Opinion Editor and Staff Writer • September 14, 2022

The 2022-2023 school year began, a day later than expected for students here at the high school. After a slight delay due to a sewage line issue,...

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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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Finals are Back: Check Out These Study Tips from Trisha Yu
Trisha Yu, Features Editor and Staff Writer  • May 31, 2022

So many of us have almost forgotten what it feels like to take a final exam (or even have never taken one at all)! Therefore, preparing for such...

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Reexamining Our Historical Lens: One Student's Call to Incorporate More Perspectives
Trisha Yu, Features Editor and Staff Writer  • May 5, 2022

To an average American student, the word “history” brings up specific images– the American Revolution and the Founding Fathers, the Civil...

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