Student council elections are Monday through Wednesday this week! Check out The Globe’s first-ever “Meet the Candidates” lineup to know what each candidate is all about. Note: this is not the final list of candidates. Only candidates whom we received information from are included in this. Ballots on the day of election may differ.
Artwork courtesy of Eli Cantor
High schoolers are constantly evolving. We’re always changing our image, interests, friends and other little things that make us who we are. Most high schoolers wouldn’t even recognize their freshman year selves because of the drastic changes they’ve made to their character throughout high school. When the yearbooks come out and the seniors take a look at their portraits, many of them find their portraits unrecognizable; Continue reading “Senior Portrait Problems”
Artwork by Alex Corbin
Look around at your classes, at your lunch spot, at your friend group—most of us will see a highly partitioned view of Mamaroneck High School.
Mamaroneck High School thrives in its individuality. We take pride in our open campus, our close proximity to New York City, our focus on hands-on tangible learning. The true unique attribute of Mamaroneck High School, though, is the combination of high quality education and vast diversity. Continue reading “Divided”
On May 18, Mamaroneck High School launched a new electronic voting system for the 2016 Student Council and Student Faculty Advisory Committee elections. The system, a Google form sent by email that was meant to streamline the cumbersome process of distributing, collecting and counting paper ballots—while also making the election more fair by eliminating the human error associated with counting ballots by hand—ended up confusing a student populace not ready for the change. Continue reading “Electronic Ballots for Student Council Cause Complaints and Compliments”
ISIS, Gun Control and Immigration are of Students’ Greatest Concern
By Hannah Lachow
It is no secret that Mamaroneck High School students live in a bit of a bubble. We live in a highly educated, affluent suburb outside the most cosmopolitan city in the world. The views held by most members of our community do not in any way reflect those of most Americans. What is interesting, though, is how this “bubble” nature of Larchmont and Mamaroneck plays into students’ views and opinions on politics. Continue reading “Poll Finds Polarized Student Body”