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Hypnotist Entrances RHS Students for The Wounded Warrior Project

Talia Cantor and Nicole Chiu

February 26, 2014


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The National Honor Society hosted its first evening with hypnotist, John Cressman, on February 25th to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. The event, which was open to anyone in Ramsey, took place in the Ramsey High School Auditorium for the ticket price of five dollars, and anyone from students to...

Hypnotist Entrances RHS Students for The Wounded Warrior Project

Hypnotist Entrances RHS Students for The Wounded Warrior Project

Talia Cantor, Copy Editor

February 26, 2014


Filed under News, Showcase

The National Honor Society hosted its first evening with hypnotist, John Cressman, on February 25th to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. The event, which was open to anyone in Ramsey, took place in the Ramsey High School Auditorium for the ticket price of five dollars, and anyone from students to teacher...

Ramsey Student Sets Bergen County Swim Record

Tara Lellos, Staff Writer

February 24, 2014


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Heather Wong, a freshman at Ramsey High School, has already set an impressive record in swimming. On January 19, Heather participated in a swim meet, Bergen County Meet of Champions, and beat the previous record for the 100 yard breast stroke. The time to beat was 1:08.68, and she clocked in at 1:06.58. Heather...

Ramsey High Hosts Annual Poetry Out Loud Competition

Ramsey High Hosts Annual Poetry Out Loud Competition

Sarah Eldib, Staff Writer

January 23, 2014


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Ramsey High School hosted a school-wide Poetry Out Loud competition on Thursday, January 16th. Poetry Out Loud, a nationwide competition that allows young students to recite poems competitively, is meant to teach students poetry through recitation. There were twenty three contestants in the competition...

Juniors Prepare for Rigors of Standardized Testing

Fran Cicciari, Entertainment Editor

January 16, 2014


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Most college-bound high school students have long been aware of the stress that junior year bears. This is the fabled year that brings with it a mass of standardized tests, from state HSPA testing to college testing of the likes of the SAT, SAT Subject Tests, and the ACT. Students may also choose to...

Ramsey Says, “Bon Voyage!” to Student Melinda Chen

Dahna Lee, News Editor

January 16, 2014


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Due to indecisiveness, many high school seniors are applying to colleges with undecided majors. This is not the case for Melinda Chen, a senior at Ramsey High School. Melinda, who wants to major in international relations, will be leaving to France to focus on the culture and language there. Melinda...

Big Blue Marching Band Anticipates Trip to London

Kathryn Fallah, Staff Writer

January 15, 2014


Filed under News, Uncategorized

Ramsey High School Big Blue Band students will be embarking upon the trip of a lifetime with their upcoming visit to London. In the spring of 2013, the mayor of London personally flew to Ramsey High School and presented the band with a certificate, inviting them to London once more to perform in the...

Kindness Kampaign Addresses Cyber Bullying

Kiersten Meyers, Staff Writer

December 15, 2013


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According to bullyingstatistics.org, over half of all adolescents and teens are bullied online and about the same number are engaged in cyber bullying. Because cyber bullying can happen anywhere including Ramsey, the DECA club has stepped up to make a change in the community. Kathleen Scanlon and A...

Bergen County Students Premiere YouTube Web Series

Kasey Kelly, Staff Writer

December 3, 2013


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Who would’ve thought that an apocalypse could bring a group of teenagers together? But that’s exactly what 16 year-old Will Sidaros has accomplished in creating the YouTube series Five, which premiered on November 18th. The series follows a group of teenage survivors after a devastating alien apocalypse....

OPUS Prepares to Host Annual Coffeehouse

Melanie Chen, Copy Editor

November 21, 2013


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As seniors in Ms. Martin’s English class know, media and pop culture have a profound influence on the world and this year’s OPUS Coffeehouse is no exception. This year’s theme is pop culture and mass media. Tables decorated with mass media related items will be accompanied by cups of coffee and t...

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