September2017

  • Post-election High Goes Low

    by - Sep 20, 2017
    By Katie Leigh and Jordana Pearlman In the months leading up to the 2016 Presidential election, the halls at Jericho High School were buzzing with opinion and talk of political events. Discussion about the controversial election...
  • A Twist on Homecoming

    by - Sep 19, 2017
    Jericho High School had its first Homecoming Dance in over two decades. This is just a sampling of the fun that was had by everyone who attended. Media not working? Click here....Read More
  • Freshmen Face Finals

    by - Sep 18, 2017
    By MATTHEW ROTHSTEIN Final exams can cause stress for students, but for 9th graders, this testing can be more difficult because it is their first time taking an increased amount of finals. Media not working? Click...
  • A New Homecoming with a Twist

    by - Sep 14, 2017
    BY LAUREN STEINBERGER, LEETAL PREZELMAYER and JAYDEN KUPFERMAN Jericho High School’s administration has decided to replace the homecoming carnival with a Mardi Gras-themed dance hoping to encourage students to show their school spirit and create unity....
  • Rallying around the Robotics Team

    by - Sep 14, 2017
    BY LARRY DING and JASON CHOI Our school’s robotics teams were very successful last year specifically, the robotics team 9932F. Not only did they make it into the Vex Robotics World Championship, they placed 35th internationally...
  • “Slacker” Is Anything But

    by - Sep 12, 2017
    By Alp Turgut ‘’Slacker’’ by Gordon Korman is about Cameron Boxer, a video gamer who is also a slacker. After not remembering to take the zucchini out of the oven and therefore almost burning his house...
  • From the Boroughs to the ‘Burbs

    by - Sep 7, 2017
    By YASH KUMAR and DANIEL CHOE The five boroughs of New York City are a diverse collection of people, memories and culture. As many students come to Jericho from these boroughs, each brings a unique piece...
  • The “Perfect” Body

    by - Sep 5, 2017
    By MARIA GRAFAS While many may blame the individual for obtaining a complex about his or her own physical appearance, they fail to see the role that the media plays in shaping a person’s beliefs. I...
  • “13 Reasons Why” Making Schools Go Awry

    by - Sep 1, 2017
    BY RACHEL SCHREIBSTEIN, KATIE MARGOLIS, AND MARIAM KHAN The Netflix hit “13 Reaosns Why” has been the start of many conversations and has been tweeted about “eleven million times in the month after its March 31st...