Therapy Dogs Bring Joy and Help Improve Reading at NHS

Jessica Gwardschaladse

June 8, 2018

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Marcellous Gagot, a sophomore at Nanuet High School and a member of Mrs. Logan’s Life Skills class, sits petting Seamus, a large standard poodle, as he reads an excerpt of a story he has been reading with his English class. Sea...

DECA Club Competes at Nationals

Urvi Bhatnagar

June 8, 2018

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DECA stands for the Distributive Education Clubs of America --- or at least it used to. According to Mrs. Svara, the advisor of the DECA club at Nanuet High School, “distributive education is an outdated term for the word mark...

Nanuet’s Debate Team Performs Well at Orations

Jessica Gwardschaladse

March 9, 2018

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On November 28, 2017, Nanuet’s debate team traveled to Suffern High School to compete in several different oration events. These events included poetry recitation, impromptu speeches, prose, monologues, and original oration....

School Spotlight – Youth Against Cancer Club

Julia Pepe

February 27, 2018

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Nanuet High School’s local Youth Against Cancer club, also known as YAC, has been doing great things! The club meets every two weeks during the unit lunch. During meetings, discussion focuses on raising funds for both local...

VAASA Strives to Make a Difference

Kayla McCabe

February 13, 2018

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Varsity Athletes Against Substance Abuse, VAASA, is one club at Nanuet that continues to use innovative thinking and positive leadership to relay an important message to everyone in the community. The main goal of the club is...

Critic’s Corner—Star Wars: The Last Jedi

David Ryan

January 29, 2018

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi is the eighth movie in the Star Wars franchise and begins right where The Force Awakens left off. Rey has found Jedi Master Luke Skywalker, who has exiled himself on the planet of Ach-To for tragic rea...

Helpful Hints for Mastering Midterms

Urvi Bhatnagar, Sean Nicholson, Shane Romer

January 16, 2018

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Are you stressing about midterms? Not sure how to study? Well, there are many solutions to this problem, so keep reading! The number one rule when it comes to studying for exams, especially midterms, is do not procrastinate and ...

Student Spotlight: Olivia Gray

Kayla McCabe

December 18, 2017

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Senior Olivia Gray is not only a High Honor Roll student and three sport Varsity athlete, but a compassionate and selfless volunteer as well. During the summer of 2016 Olivia traveled to a small town in Costa Rica through the G...

Fall Sports Wrap Up

Urvi Bhatnagar, Megan Condon, Jinsa Jabin, Kayla McCabe, Ameen Kunnathu, Shane Romer

December 7, 2017

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Boys Varsity Soccer The boys’ soccer team this season finished with a 9-7-2 record. They were led confidently by captains Chris Bucci, Matthew Wain, and Sean Ryan. The beginning of the season started off slowly with four...

A miracle at Nanuet—The Miracle Worker wows everyone!

Jessica Gwardschaldse and Daniel Najeef

November 29, 2017

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On November 3rd and 4th, Nanuet Senior High School’s drama club performed its adaptation of William Gibson’s The Miracle Worker. On November 2nd, students performed for senior citizens at a dress rehearsal. The senior citizens wer...

Join the WIN Club for lunch chats and more!

Sean Nicholson

November 20, 2017

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The Women’s Issues Now club, WIN, has taken a newer and interesting approach to advocating for women’s rights this year. Mrs. Kearns, the club’s advisor, has put together ‘lunch chats’ focusing on women’s rights. A...

Please Open Your Hearts this Holiday Season

November 14, 2017

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Over the past eighteen years, Mrs. Logan has been involved with the People to People program throughout Rockland County. Mrs. Logan selects letters sent to People to People from needy Rockland County families, including some fr...

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