Shows and Movies to Watch During Quarantine

Juliana Clement The ratings featured are my personal ratings of each show or movie. I encourage everyone to try watching the shows and movies listed, because you may form a rating completely different than mine! Show/Movie Description Rated Rating Outer Banks (OBX) This TV show’s plot surrounds two groups: the “Kooks” aka the rich kids... Continue Reading →

Improving Your Art: Human Anatomy

Jessica Lee Something many artists struggle with is the anatomy of the human body. This article is meant to aid any artist in need of help regarding human anatomy. Human anatomy is something that takes time to improve over time. So don’t be discouraged if it is hard in the beginning.  Proportions When drawing the... Continue Reading →

Book Review – The Sirens of Titan

Nitin Seshadri Rating: 10/10 Recently, I read The Sirens of Titan by Kurt Vonnegut. It’s an excellent yet strange book, with loops upon loops of time travel thrown at you. I also like how Vonnegut includes characters from his other novels, such as Rasmussen, who is a Harvard professor in his other book Slaughterhouse-Five but... Continue Reading →

Getting College Ready: Seniors Host Q&A

Kyle Chouinard “My biggest tip is: be persistent.” On April 8th and April 10th, Sun Graham, a Senior at Somers, conducted a session for the class of 2021 on the topic that’s been on their mind for quite a while now: the college admissions process. This casual yet informative seminar was hosted by Graham along... Continue Reading →

SHS Grads Working as First Responders During the Pandemic

Lauren Canavan As part of our newest installment Health Heroes, I spoke with some former SHS students about their involvement as first responders during the global Coronavirus pandemic.  Benjamin Merker: Benjamin Merker graduated from Somers High School in 2015. Since then, he has graduated from Brandeis University, right outside of Boston, MA, with a Bachelor of... Continue Reading →

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