In just a week, the Class of 2019 will finally close the door on their K-12 experience and depart Ramapo High School forever. But as Ralph Waldo Emerson once reminded us, it’s not about the destination, but rather the journey itself. As we look back on Senior Year, and even all of high school, each of us can realize that it truly has been quite … Continue reading 2018-2019 Highlights
Attending Ramapo High School has become a family tradition for this month’s Senior Spotlight recipient. Four of Natalie Kologrivov’s siblings have already graduated from the school and her two younger siblings are currently sophomores. Although being a “Raider” is something all of the Kologrivovs have in common, each one of them has made, or continues to make, a unique contribution to Ramapo’s culture. Natalie is … Continue reading June Senior Spotlight: Natalie Kologrivov
Graduation is right around the corner, and I am saying goodbye to my position as Editor-in-Chief with gratitude. I am profoundly grateful for this incredible experience writing for the newspaper. It has been an incredible, final year to lead such an amazing team of contributive and talented young journalists with the help of my advisor, Mrs. Manzo. During my freshman year, I found myself absorbed … Continue reading Letter from the Editor: Saying Goodbye
This year, Stephanie Goodrich was awarded Salutatorian of Ramapo High School as a result of her extensive participation in extracurriculars, impressive academic achievements, and overall positive influence on the Ramapo community. She has spent her time at Ramapo being a part of the School Store Design Team, Ramapo Student Government, DECA, and as co-captain of Academic Decathlon. She became co-captain when she was only a … Continue reading Class of 2019’s Salutatorian: Stephanie Goodrich
On Thursday May 2nd through Saturday May 4th 2019, Gold Masque performed their spring musical Young Frankenstein for all of the Ramapo students and staff, as well as a whole crowd of proud family members and friends. Young Frankenstein is a musical directed by Mel Brooks, and is based of the cult classic film from 1974, written by Gene Wilder and Brooks, who also directed … Continue reading “It’s Fronk-en-steen!”
The first day of May marks the start of Mental Health Awareness Month. This month has been observed since 1949. According to Mental Health America, the aim of the month is to recognize people suffering from mental illness, educate the general public, and reduce stigma. Ramapo has several events marked on its calendar to celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month, from an informative Mental Health Fair … Continue reading Ramapo Celebrates Mental Health Awareness Month
“Put your sunscreen on you’re gonna burn!!!” Have you ever heard that from your parents? Do you love that summer scent of sunscreen? Well, you might want to think twice about putting your sunblock on. Over the past few weeks, the FDA has been testing average drugstore sunscreen brands and revealing that the sunscreen is dangerous to our body. We are all extremely influenced by … Continue reading Sunscreen…Helpful or Harmful?