• 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Taking Caution Against Allergies

    by - Apr 26, 2017
    By JORDANA PEARLMAN Over the past few years throughout New York State, policies have been put in place in order to ensure the safety for all students with food allergies. New York State does not have...
  • “Hamilton” Helps History

    by - Apr 19, 2017
    By KATIE LEIGH Jericho High School U.S. History teachers have recently begun using the Broadway hit “Hamilton“ in their classes as a method for students to learn history in a unique and engaging way. Between the...
  • Having a Say about the New Chick-Fil-A

    by - Mar 13, 2017
    The chain, Chick-Fil-A, recently opened up in Hicksville, New York. Students and teachers at Jericho High School shared their opinions on the company’s anti-gay and anti same-sex marriage beliefs.   Media not working? Click here....Read More
  • Working on Water Wellness

    by - Feb 15, 2017
    By LARRY DING, JASON CHOI and YASH KUMAR Water is a very important resource. However, it is not as valued as it should be. A group of high school students have made an effort to preserve...
  • Nailing It Naturally

    by - Dec 16, 2016
    By JAYDEN KUPFERMAN Zoya nail polish is a non-toxic way of getting beautiful nails without using harsh ingredients which damage hands and the environment. By using non-toxic ingredients including vitamins, proteins, and botanicals, the product claims to...
  • Sweet Safety

    by - Nov 28, 2016
    By LAUREN STEINBERGER While most people love Halloween candy, others fear it. Many are concerned that the candy kids receive and consume may not be safe.  Most parents check their children’s candy after trick-or-treating. Jericho Freshman Luke...
  • Screenings for Athletes Save Lives

    by - May 18, 2016
    By Devika Rajeev St. Francis Hospital in Roslyn, New York offers free cardiac screenings each month for student athletes. Pediatric Cardiologist Dr. Sean Levchuck with the help of Dr. Richard D’Agostino, began this program at St. Francis...