Personal Valentine

By Katie Hill I know for many, it’s hard to enjoy Valentine’s Day. All the love and flowers and chocolate and Instagram posts full of loving couples can be painful. However, I’m here to tell you that it’s possible for the holiday to be enjoyable for everyone. In fact, it should be more than enjoyable;... Continue Reading →


A Look At: Kamala Harris

By Kyle Chouinard The 2020 presidential election is quickly approaching and it’s as good a time as ever to start getting yourself well-acquainted with all the candidates with this series, “A Look At.” This week, we’ll be getting to know Democratic candidate Kamala Harris. Kamala Harris is currently serving as a senator from California. She... Continue Reading →

Best of the 2019 Grammys Red Carpet

By Katie Hill Last night, February 10th, 2019, was the 61st annual Grammy Awards. As great as the show was with amazing performances by Camila Cabello, Dolly Parton, Katy Perry, and more, my favorite part was the E! Live Red Carpet prior to the show. From plunging necklines, to sparkly mermaid dresses, the fashion did... Continue Reading →

Super Bowl LII

By Bella Sirchia Super Bowl Sunday. A day where Americans—family and friends—gather around a the TV to watch the championship NFL game and root against their rival team. This year was the 53rd Super Bowl, where the New England Patriots challenged the Los Angeles Rams for the prized Vince Lombardi trophy. The game was like... Continue Reading →

Senior Reaches 1000 Point Milestone

By Julia Vitale & Juliana Clement On Thursday January 24, Hannah Angelini scored her 1000th point!! After 4 years as a Varsity Basketball athlete, Hannah has achieved a rare goal. She received the honor of being added to the elite list of 11 players in Somers basketball history to ever attain this goal. As a... Continue Reading →

Did the Groundhog See its Shadow?

By Lauren Canavan Well it depends on which groundhog you ask! The verdicts are in and Groundhog Day 2019 has resulted in mixed opinions regarding whether or not spring will come early. The most famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil (of Pennsylvania) was unable to see his shadow, resulting in the prediction that spring will come early.... Continue Reading →

“Snow Squall” Hits Somers During Snow Day

By Nitin Seshadri Last Wednesday, as students enjoyed their snow day, a “snow squall”--the “little brother” of a snowstorm--hit Somers during the afternoon. Fast-moving and very windy, snow squalls (also known as “whiteouts”) are caused by convective winds in the atmosphere. They tend to dissipate within an hour or two of forming. However, during the... Continue Reading →

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