After over a year of learning or teaching remotely, 35 students and faculty returned to campus out of a concern for their health or their family
Second wave: moving from online to in person
Sabrina Wolfson, Opinion Editor • May 2, 2021

28 students and seven faculty members returned to campus for the first time this year, the first day of in-person school after Spring Break. Some members of the community, like Upper School Photography Teacher Rachel Langosch,...

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Director of Facilities Craig Dunne was recently promoted to captain of Tower Ladder 23 at the Dobbs Ferry Fire Department.
Craig Dunne promoted to fire captain
Carol Queiroz, Advertising Manager and Copy Editor • May 6, 2021

Many know Craig Dunne as the campus Director of Facilities. He is often seen around campus managing heating and plumbing repairs, overseeing school renovations and taking...

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The Eastern Football Club 2004 girls team defends a shot against SUSA Football Club in a game in Nov. 2020. The game, which was played as part of the SUNY Purchase Tournament, ended in a 1-1 draw.
Club soccer tackles the challenges of COVID-19
Rowan Mcwhinnie, Features Editor • March 10, 2021

It is common for athletes of all ages to join private sports clubs to help improve and advance their skills. However, there have been some complications to the 2020-2021 season. Private soccer...

ALTHOUGH SOCCER IS A sport built on collaboration between teammates, individual incentives tend to take priority in a team setting. Schlossman believes players tend to become distracted by outside motives rather than play the game for enjoyment. At Masters, Schlossman finds that unlike her club team, her fellow teammates play for the fun in the game.
Playing for the gain not the love of the game
Kwynne Schlossman, Web Editor and Social Media Manager • March 10, 2021
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