• School Closed for Students 2/19-2/20 for President's Day

  • RHS Choral Concert 2/12/18 7PM

Winter Flu Blankets the Country and Grows at Concerning Rate

Angela Orlando, Staff Writer

February 8, 2018


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This year’s flu scare has been underestimated and is already en route to surpassing the intensity of the 2015 epidemic which affected over 30 million people in the United States, hospitalizing and taking the lives of thousands. This year, the numbers are reaching close to those seen during 2015 accor...

What Made Maddy Run

Deirdre Corrigan, Staff Writer

February 8, 2018


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On Monday, January 29th, Ramsey High School was privileged enough to host Kate Fagan, an ESPN writer who told Madison Holleran’s tragic story in her New York Times best-selling book, What Made Maddy Run.   Before Madison Holleran attended the University of Pennsylvania for cross country ...

Ramsey High School Chorus Performs at Radio City

Ramsey High School Chorus Performs at Radio City

Angela Orlando, Staff Writer

January 31, 2018


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 Showcasing its evolved talent and powerful musical dynamic, the Ramsey High School Chorus took to Radio City to open for the Rockettes at their Christmas Spectacular this holiday season. On the evening of December 12th, the group performed a rendition of the holiday classic “Let it Snow” on on...

Ramsey High School Hosts STEM League Competition

Ramsey High School Hosts STEM League Competition

Sophia Berkofsky, Opinion Editor

January 31, 2018


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On Thursday, December 7, Ramsey High School hosted the NJ Interscholastic STEM League competition. High school students from northern New Jersey took on the challenge of building a prototype cable-stayed bridge. Armed with only balsa wood, strings, and pins, eight High Schools had to use principles o...

Net Neutrality: A Digital Travesty

Deirdre Corrigan, Staff Writer

January 31, 2018


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The Federal Communication Commission (FCC) voted on Thursday, December 14th to repeal Net Neutrality, which is the principle established in 2015 by President Obama, which mandated Internet Service Providers (ISP) treat all digital content and its providers equally. These ISPs include big telecom compan...

Harvey Weinstein and Hollywood

Nicole Braun, Opinion Editor

November 7, 2017


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President Donald Trump. Prime-time news anchor Bill O’Reilly. Former CEO of Fox News Roger Ailes. All of these men are incredibly powerful and immensely influential in our media-driven society, and every one of them has been accused of assaulting numerous women. How many of them have confessed? No...

An Inmate Dies, the Closing Act in the Murder of a Ramsey High Student

An Inmate Dies, the Closing Act in the Murder of a Ramsey High Student

William Kennedy, Managing Editor

November 7, 2017


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An elderly inmate, age 83, died in March. However, it took the national media six months to take notice. The Washington Post first reported the death of this Ramsey High School dropout in September. This is a far cry from 1957, when a controversial front page of the Bergen Record included a picture of hi...

Proud to be Stigma Free

Proud to be Stigma Free

Amanda Kaczorowski, Staff Writer

November 7, 2017


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A stigma is a mark or feeling of shame that is caused by the judgement and views of others. In the twenty-first century, the stigma surrounding mental illness is full of judgement, disbelief, and indifference. It is as a result of this judgement that many who suffer from mental illness do not seek hel...

Council Elections Show Contrast Between Candidates

Angela Orlando, Staff Writer

November 7, 2017


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Ramsey council elections are set to take place on Tuesday, November 7th, and candidates from both parties already have their campaigns in full swing. Democrat Debra Sahler and running mate Aparna Mulchandani base their joint campaign upon the ideas of honesty, integrity, and service - all of which they...

A Dodged Bullet?

Deirdre Corrigan, Staff Writer

November 7, 2017


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Monday, September 19th marked the day that the Screaming Eagle Gun Club called for a ceasefire in the Ramsey Gun Range Conflict of 2017. The gun club withdrew the Planning Board application for the establishment of a 60,620 square foot shooting range that would have been located in the Liberty Travel...

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