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  • Defending DACA

    by - Nov 29, 2017
    By LINDSAY LANDSBERG Hundreds of thousands of immigrants could potentially be deported in the next couple of months if President Trump’s administration decides to discontinue former POTUS Barack Obama’s key policy on immigration, known as the...
  • Varsity Victories During Fall 2017

    by - Nov 20, 2017
    By JADE STOLER A very busy Jericho varsity fall sports season has concluded with many exciting wins along with some devastating losses. Did you see the boys varsity soccer team with  their mohawks? If you were wondering...
  • Flipping over the New Laptops

    by - Oct 26, 2017
    Contributors: JADE STOLER, CHARLOTTE LEIGH, EMILY LADDY, JULIA PENCHUK, LINDSAY LANDSBERG and RACHEL SCHREIBSTEIN Over the summer, Jericho High School’s Technology Department purchased brand new Dell Latitude 3198 laptops in order to enhance students’ learning experiences. Ms....
  • Shedding the Lead

    by - Oct 17, 2017
    By CAROLINE CHEN Cellulose Amigos is an initiative started by Jericho High School students passionate about solving water crises around the world and in our local community. The group—comprised of Shruthi Shekar, Caroline Chen, David Xu, Kristen...
  • 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....
  • 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...
  • Gluten Is Not the Enemy

    by - May 19, 2017
    By SOPHIA ZARIFOPOULOS Fad diets will always exist, but recently the “gluten-free” diet has caught many people’s attention. The main issue concerning this diet is that most people lack awareness regarding gluten and its “negative effects.”...
  • AP Seminar Takes Its Course

    by - Apr 25, 2017
    By RACHEL SCHREIBSTEIN The College Board’s relatively new AP Seminar course will be offered to tenth grade students for the first time at Jericho High School during the 2017-2018 school year. AP Seminar was introduced by...
  • Business Class Moves Fashion Forward

    by - Apr 24, 2017
    By EMILY NELSON Jericho High School will be offering a new course in retail and fashion merchandising next year. This half-year course will teach students the business aspect of fashion. It will incorporate fashion marketing, merchandising, production, trend...
  • Jericho’s Science Olympiad Team Makes States

    by - Apr 7, 2017
    By CAROLINE CHEN Jericho High School’s Science Olympiad Team A placed 2nd out 44 teams at the Nassau East Division C Regional Science Olympiad Competition at Wantagh High School. The team will be competing at the...