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Port swimming finishes season with a splash

Eric Fishbin, Sports Editor

March 7, 2014

After a full season of diving and thriving, the Port Washington boys swimming team concluded its year with a win.  The Conference II team finished second... READ MORE »»

Senior Will Smith takes part in the 100m breaststroke event on Jan. 17 against the Syosset Braves. This season, Smith set a school record with a time of 107.27 seconds in this event. Smith won his event, but the Vikings went on to lose the meet.

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Putting the musical season to bed in Once Upon a Mattress

Max Miranda, A&E Editor

March 7, 2014

The auditorium’s buzz diminishes to but a whisper in a matter of seconds as the lights dim on two purple seals and a small table.  The Minstrel (junior... READ MORE »»

During “Song of Love,” Prince Dauntless (Nate Krantz) serenades his “incipient wife” Winnifred (Megan Poulos).

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Lady Vikings look to improve as season progresses

Kyle Cohen, Staff Writer

March 1, 2014

On Jan. 11, the girls varsity basketball team faced the MacArthur Generals. After the 1st quarter, the Vikings jumped out to an 11-8 lead.  Leading the... READ MORE »»

The Lady Vikings huddle up to discuss the game plan for the second half of its game against MacArthur on Jan. 11. The Lady Vikings’ game plan was to better its defense, and it paid off, as the team won the game.

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Jon Batiste and Stay Human entertain with jazzy medleys and originals

Eli Lefcowitz, Contributing Writer

March 1, 2014

With frigid weather and midterms approaching, everyone at Schreiber could use a change of pace. On Jan. 8, Mr. Jon Batiste and his Stay Human band provided... READ MORE »»

Mr. Joe Saylor, Mr. Ibanda Ruhumbika, and Mr. Jon Batiste perform for an audience of students. The performers, Julliard graduates, played music both on the stage and in the aisles of the auditorium.

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Her: a cinematic triumph that redefines the meaning of true love

Aaron Brezel, Editor-in-Chief

February 27, 2014

Her.  Who?  Her.  Who?  The title is more than fodder for a lame joke; it captures the coexisting uncertainty and familiarity that defines the movie,... READ MORE »»

Theodore Twobly (Joaquin Phoenix) expressing the bliss radiating from his life-changing artifically intelligent program, Samantha, voiced by Scarlett Johannson.

News

Senior awarded first solo art exhibition in conference room

Senior awarded first solo art exhibition in conference room

Rachel Cho, Senior News Editor

In a break from tradition, the school administration has decided to hold an exhibition highlighting the works of a single AP Studio Art student, senior Aeduk Lee. “When... read story

March 7, 2014 • 0 comments

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Features

Dylan Farrow speaks out against Woody Allen’s alleged sexual abuse

Lylia Li, Staff Writer

Only 2-8% of sexual abuse charges are false.  I open with this statistic because it is something many people do not seem to know, and because I think it’s an important... read story

March 25, 2014 • 0 comments

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Opinions

Editorial: Towing due to snow

Since even before Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow, students, parents, and teachers alike have complained about the snow and the cold weather. With a few warmer temperature... read story

March 7, 2014 • 0 comments

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Sports

Port swimming finishes season with a splash

Port swimming finishes season with a splash

Eric Fishbin, Sports Editor

After a full season of diving and thriving, the Port Washington boys swimming team concluded its year with a win.  The Conference II team finished second in Division B with... read story

March 7, 2014 • 0 comments

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