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Lunch limited to prepackaged offerings

Lunch limited to prepackaged offerings
November 13, 2020

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Brock General Manager Lee Bergelson and the rest of the dining hall staff are reimagining their services this school year. While initially limited to sandwiches and other...

Dobbs Ferry businesses fight to stay afloat

Dobbs Ferry businesses fight to stay afloat
November 13, 2020

Small business owners in Dobbs Ferry, NY are working harder than ever before to keep their establishments afloat during the pandemic. TBN Producer Logan Schiciano sat down with owners of Salon Topaz, The...

COVID-19 at college: Masters alum speaks out on battle with virus

COVID-19 at college: Masters alum speaks out on battle with virus
November 13, 2020

Masters alum Sophia Benson '20 tested positive for COVID-19 just one month into her freshman year at University of Wisconsin Madison. While she has since recovered, Wisconsin is among several universities...

Student diversity ambassadors reflect on school’s anti-racism, anti-bias plan

Student diversity ambassadors reflect on school's anti-racism, anti-bias plan
November 13, 2020

Communities across the United States continue to grapple with issues of systemic racism that have plagued black people and other people of color for far too long in this country. This past summer, members...

Fall sports go virtual

Fall sports go virtual
November 13, 2020

Like classes, falls sports also kicked off virtually in September. Coaches and players adapted by focusing on fitness and team-building, while remaining committed for a potential return to in-person competition. This...

Students welcomed back to campus for first time since March

Students welcomed back to campus for first time since March
November 13, 2020

Though classes were remote for the month of September, a new student orientation was organized on campus on Sept. 9. Additionally, grade level picnics were held weekly and served as an opportunity for...

Trump supporters praise president, downplay virus at rally days before election

President Donald Trump addresses a crowd of thousands of supporters at a Make America Great Again Rally on Oct. 31. The stop in Reading, Pennsylvania was one of four Trump made across the commonwealth on Saturday as he looks to make a final push for reelection. Tower's Logan Schiciano and contributor Hanna Schiciano attended the rally as journalists and spoke with supporters on the presidents first-term successes and hopes for a potential second term.
November 1, 2020

 President Trump stopped in Reading, Pennsylvania to hold a Make America Great Again Rally, part of a three-day, 14 rally sprint to the finish in his bid for reelection. A crowd of roughly 10,000...

Tower Broadcast News #2

Tower Broadcast News #2
October 28, 2020

Tonight on TBN we take a look at how small businesses in Dobbs Ferry have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Also, with the return to in-person learning shaking up the school day schedule, clubs have...

Tower Broadcast News #1

Students gather at the new student orientation which took place in early September. Though in-person classes were delayed until the start of October, incoming first years and other new students were able to meet their peers for the first time and went on a campus scavenger hunt with their advisory group and peer leaders. September's on-campus events are one of many topics that will be covered on the first episode of Tower Broadcast News.
October 2, 2020

On today's show... Student's welcomed back to campus: Though students learned remotely through the month of September, there were still several opportunities to connect with classmates and teachers...

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