By: Sarah Chagares Editor in Chief We are living through some really challenging times. Only months ago, had you even heard of the concepts such as cohorts, asynchronous, social distancing, and PPE? Had you ever worn a mask or even knew where a bottle of hand sanitizer was in your home? The pandemic has created a special hardship for the Ramapo High School community. We … Continue reading Editor’s Note
In every generation there is a prominent female figure for young girls to look up to. From Cleopatra to J Lo, women all across history have been an empowering force behind the feminist movement. Currently, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, or AOC, is working to heal our broken climate. Vice President Harris has been playing a key role in President Biden’s decision to withdraw from Afghanistan,. Amanda Gorman, … Continue reading Who runs the world? Girls.
As the sun comes out and summer is imminent, questions concerning the vaccine and the future with it arise. There are many students who wish to voice their opinions on the vaccine and their experience with it. While it is important to note that everyone reacts differently to the vaccine and everyone respectfully has different opinions on the vaccine, certain students can provide their experience … Continue reading To Vaccinate or to Not to Vaccinate
In October 2019, Ramapo Indian Hills Regional High School Superintendent Beverly Mackay announced her retirement effective August 2020. As of August 3rd 2020, Bruce Watson took over the interim Superintendent. According to NorthJersey, Watson announced his resignation on September 10th, with no explanation, thus starting the tumultuous Superintendent hunt. Presently, Anthony Risica is serving as the interim Superintendent while the Board of Education continues their … Continue reading The Ramapo Indian Hills Regional High School Superintendent Search
On May 25, 2020, George Floyd was killed by Derek Chauvin when he knelt on his neck for over seven minutes. Derek Chauvin was part of the Minneapolis Police Department. And he used that power against Floyd. Police Brutality is something that the United States has become strangely comfortable with. We make excuses because the men and women at fault for the deaths of civilians, … Continue reading Police Brutality in the US: Where Are We Now?