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Big Blue in Washington D.C.

Amanda Kaczorowski, Staff Writer

June 12, 2017

Constitution Avenue is home to many nationally known landmarks, such as the Smithsonian Castle and the Washington Monument, and is in close proximity to the Capitol Building, as well as the White House. On Monday, May 29, this road had further significance for the students of Ramsey High School. The...

First Ramsey Street Fair Brings Residents and Local Businesses Together

Lily Flood, Staff Writer

June 8, 2017

On May 7th, 2017, Ramsey’s Main Street transformed into a downtown cultural hub, complete with delicious food, catchy music, trendy clothes, and gorgeous jewelry. Although the weather that Sunday afternoon was not optimal for an outdoor fair, it did not seem to stop the town from enjoying all of t...

Annual District Wide Art Show Celebrates Student Achievement

Annual District Wide Art Show Celebrates Student Achievement

Jack Kramer, News Editor

June 8, 2017

On May 9th and 10th, Ramsey residents flocked to the Ramsey High School Mitchell Gym for the annual district visual arts show. The gym was transformed into an art gallery, displaying the works of Ramsey students from grades one through twelve. For the past decade, Ramsey has dedicated two spring nights...

World Challenge, Part Three. Next Stop, Bolivia!

Isabella D'Amico, Staff Writer

June 6, 2017

In October 2015, Ramsey High School announced that the next World Challenge trip to Bolivia.  Now, a year and half later, the sophomores and juniors who signed up are preparing to take off in late June for the two-week trip. There are six groups going to Bolivia this year, each consisting of about...

Egypt from the Eyes of Egyptians 2017 Part 2

Sarah Eldib, Managing Editor

June 1, 2017

Women and Gender Roles in Egypt Egypt has been long known for its role in ancient history. In fact, the Ancient Egyptian civilization dates back to approximately a little over 3100 BC, yet some have said that it might have even went even further back to 3500 BC. Additionally, Ancient Egypt is a...

Gen21 Attends ‘Women in the World Summit’

Gen21 Attends ‘Women in the World Summit’

Amanda Kazcorowski, Staff Writer

May 3, 2017

From April 5th to April 7th, Tina Brown Live Media, in association with the New York Times, held the eighth-annual Women in the World Summit. The Women in the World Summit is a three-day conference focusing on the incredible achievements of women from all over the globe. It consists of many different...

Egypt from the Eyes of Egyptians 2017 Part 1

Egypt from the Eyes of Egyptians 2017 Part 1

Sarah Eldib, Managing Editor

May 3, 2017

Sarah Eldib is a senior in Ramsey High School. The majority of her relatives live in Egypt. As the Egyptian Revolution sprang up in January 25th, 2011, her relatives were among the 90 million Egyptians to have witnessed the social, political and economic change on a personal, local, and national lev...

Mock Trial Team Extends Season to the Second Half of the Year

Jack Kramer, Staff Writer

May 3, 2017

Since its inception, the Ramsey High School Mock Trial team has only been in session from September to January. This year, Mock Trial club head Mr. Willever has extended it to the second half of the school year due to its many benefits and student enthusiasm. “Mock Trial is a great way to gain...

‘All Shook Up’ still Shaking Hallways of RHS

‘All Shook Up’ still Shaking Hallways of RHS

Carolyn Coletti, Staff Writer

May 1, 2017

Almost two months after the exciting event, Ramsey residents, students, and staff are still shaking over Ramsey High School’s Drama Club presented the upbeat musical All Shook Up. “I thought the show was filled with energy and was very exciting to watch! I had a great time watching the show,”...

RHS Poetry Out Loud Champ Shines at BCC

RHS Poetry Out Loud Champ Shines at BCC

Sarah Eldib, Managing Editor

March 3, 2017

On Thursday, February 23rd, Ramsey High School senior, Emma Diamond represented RHS at the Poetry Out Loud Regional competition hosted at Bergen Community College's Ciccone Theater. After winning the school-wide competition, Diamond went to compete among students from other high schools within the...

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