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Ramsey’s Big Blue Marches in the Magic Kingdom

Ramsey’s Big Blue Marches in the Magic Kingdom

Liam Nelson, Staff Writer

May 14, 2018


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  While Friday the 13th is typically associated with misfortune, it is doubtful there was a more fortunate group than the Ramsey High School Big Blue Marching Band and Color Guard on April 13th. The day prior, musicians and guard members (as well as some special guests from RHS Drama Club)...

Ramsey High School Takes On the Lip Dub

Ramsey High School Takes On the Lip Dub

Kaelin Farley, Staff Writer

May 14, 2018


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On March 29th, Ramsey High School took part in a schoolwide lip dub event, featuring sports teams, clubs, and other activities throughout the school. A lip dub is a video where music is played in the background, while people lip sync the words; other schools such as Northern Highland Regional High School c...

St. Nicholas Returns to the Old Stone House

St. Nicholas Returns to the Old Stone House

Will Kennedy, Managing Editor

March 16, 2018


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December 10th saw St. Nicholas make his annual visit to the Old Stone House, Ramsey’s oldest building and local history museum. Tours of the old house, chocolate coins, pictures with Dutch St. Nick, waffles made the really old fashioned way over an open fire, and craft making with the Girl Scouts all...

The Choral Concert: a Time for Unity

The Choral Concert: a Time for Unity

Allison Los, Staff Writer

March 6, 2018


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There are rarely times when hundreds of students are able to get together and do something they love; singing. On the 12th of February, all the choirs from grades three through twelve met at the high school to bring their dreams into reality. After the winter concerts, the choruses worked tirelessly ...

A Cabinet Reeking of Incompetence

Bobby Taylor, Staff Writer

March 6, 2018


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Since Donald Trump took office in January of 2017, there have been non-stop reports of chaos in the White House. Over the past year, we have heard accounts of critical posts being left unfilled in record numbers, unlike prior administrations. While the Republicans blame the Democrats for voting down c...

Jim Hynes Visits the High School

Jim Hynes Visits the High School

Julia Tokish, Staff Writer

March 6, 2018


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Friday, February 2, marked a special day for the RHS Jazz Ensemble. The acclaimed professional trumpet player Jim Hynes, an old friend of Mr. Bialkin’s, joined them for their annual Jazz Symposium. Following a short rehearsal together, Mr. Hynes played alongside the Jazz Ensemble for nearly a doze...

Quebec Trip

Quebec Trip

Molly Becher, Staff Writer

March 6, 2018


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“Rester, c’est exister, mais voyager, c’est vivre” - To be, is to exist, but to travel, is to live,” Gustave Nadaud. With this in our hearts and minds, 44 french students, including me, chose to spend the weekend in Quebec, Canada. For those who don’t know, Quebec is the french speaking ...

Students Shine in 6th Annual Poetry Out Loud

Students Shine in 6th Annual Poetry Out Loud

Julia Bressi, Spotlight Editor

March 6, 2018


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2018 has begun and, as most English students know, so does the annual Poetry Out Loud Competition. This contest is an esteemed high school event where students across America participate in local, regional, and national competitions. The task, which is daunting for some, asks students to perform a poem...

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 ...

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