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2024 Presidential Primaries: Candidates Battle for Delegate Votes

June 13, 2024

With the 2024 presidential election on the horizon, presidential primaries have begun. The primaries are an important step in the general election in order to determine which candidates will run for the...

Recognizing Remarkable Women

Rachel Chen May 23, 2024

Women’s History Month, celebrated every March, highlights the important achievements and contributions of women throughout American history. In a webinar organized by the Chappaqua Library titled “Remarkable...

Combatting Hate on College Campuses

Kayla Schmidt, Writer May 1, 2024

Following the October 7 Hamas terrorist attacks on Israel, college students have witnessed an unprecedented rise in antisemitism, leaving many Jewish students feeling unsafe on their own campuses. Antisemitic...

Olivia Rodrigo’s Guts World Tour

Emily Lohrs, Writer March 20, 2024

At just twenty-one years old, singer-songwriter Olivia Rodrigo has paved her way to success by relating to a younger audience while taking inspiration from rock artists of past decades. Her relatable and...

Exploring the Controversy: New York gun-control laws on trial

Lila Heller, Writer February 9, 2024

“A well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” The Second Amendment in the Bill of Rights of...

CosMcs in Bolingbrook, Illinois

Out of This World

Emily Lohrs, Writer February 7, 2024

On Dec. 7, 2023, McDonald’s opened their first-ever spinoff restaurant, CosMc’s, in Bolingbrook, Illinois. Its menu predominantly features drinks, with occasional crossovers from the McDonald’s menu....

Visitors enjoying the weather at the Chappaqua Farmers Market

The Chappaqua Farmers Market: Fresher Than Ever

Phoebe Bomback, Contributor November 30, 2023

The Chappaqua Farmers Market: Fresher Than Ever Greeley students like to spend a great deal of after-school time at Bobo’s Cafe by the train station. They should, however, consider stopping by the...

Snap CEO Evan Spiegel presenting the AI chatbot MyAI in February

Innovation in Education

Jordan Silver, Writer November 30, 2023

Artificial Intelligence in the Classroom: Progress or Problem? It’s dangerous. It’s incredible. It’s growing rapidly. It’s Artificial Intelligence (AI). AI was created in 1951 when Cristopher...

A college voter casting a ballot at Syracuse University

Rising Voices

Sophie Rinzler, Staff Writer November 30, 2023

News outlets nationwide have already begun covering the early stages of the 2024 United States presidential election. Our nation’s attention was captured for months both leading up to and following the...

Taylor Swift kicking off her Eras Tour in Glendale, Arizona in March 2023

The SHEconomy of Summer 2023

Lila Heller, Staff Writer November 30, 2023

“What era are you?” “Wear pink for Barbie!” “Have you seen the mute challenge?” This past summer, Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour, the Barbie movie, and Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour took...

Where Words Come to Life

Aidan Lane, Staff Writer November 30, 2023

At the tenth annual Chappaqua Children’s Book Festival on September 30th, an entire community came together to commemorate literature. This celebration of the written word was more than an event; it...

Ms. Paulsen behind her office desk in August of 2022

A Leader of Our Local Library — Cathy Paulsen

Erin Song, Section Editor - Student Life March 9, 2023

“I’ve always loved books, and I’ve always loved libraries,” says Young Adult Librarian Cathy Paulsen. She smiles fondly, reminiscing about the weekly reading competitions she’d have with her...

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