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Cabaret troupe debuts with miscast concert

Studens rpesent at the cabaret troupe.

Annie Rubinson, Features Design Editor

December 3, 2018

On Friday, Nov. 30, the Masters Cabaret Troupe showcased twelve members and three guest performers in a Miscast Concert in the Experimental Theatre. In their introduction, senior co-presidents Leah Cunningham and Jake Hoffman described the production as an opportunity for members to perform musical ...

2018 Polar Plunge

November 27, 2018

Tower accompanied the members of the Masters community who took part in the 2018 Polar Plunge.

Sleeping at Ms. Danforth’s house, seven hour car rides and walking miles in the snow: How Masters made it home (or didn’t) in Winter Storm Avery

The sun rises on Park Cottage on the morning after Winter Storm Avery.

November 16, 2018

On Thursday, November 15, Winter Storm Avery, moving down from the Midwest, touched down in New York. Masters canceled all after school activities, leading many students to leave school directly after classes had ended. However, a number of them didn’t get home for hours, or at all.   Ind...

Masters hosts Social Justice Summit for Second Straight Year

Yasmine Pascal, Accountability and Accuracy Manager

November 14, 2018

 Over 100 students and faculty of different backgrounds, ethnicities, races, gender and sexualities from The Masters School, Rye Country Day and Holy Child, attended the second annual Saturday Social Justice Summit, hosted by Masters in the Middle School. At the summit, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., on Sat....

Their Story: Robert Fish

Dr. Fish sits in the common room of Strong Dorm waiting for the boarders to come downstairs for check-in.

Kishan Mangru, Blogger

November 13, 2018

You may have seen him walking out of the History Commons in Masters Hall. He is a teacher, father and an avid Mets fan. He is Dr. Fish, a History and Religion teacher at The Masters School. Many may not really know Dr. Fish. He grew up in New Jersey and participated mostly in athletics. He conside...

Saturday summit succeeds in second year

Saturday summit succeeds in second year

Yasmine Pascal, Fact Checker

November 12, 2018

 Over 100 students and faculty of different backgrounds, ethnicities, races, gender and sexualities from The Masters School, Rye Country Day and Holy Child, attended the second annual Saturday Social Justice Summit, hosted by Masters in the Middle School. At the summit, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., on Sat....

Microgreens are everywhere

Microgreens are everywhere

Tyler Conway, Lead Web-Editor

November 8, 2018

The Class of 2017’s school-wide theme of sustainability and environmental awareness seems to have made a lasting impact on the Masters community, as groups such as EFFECT continue to implement new environment-friendly additions to our campus, ranging from beehives to mass composting bins. With thes...

Students exhibit creativity in fall play “Museum”

Chase Markoff (left) and Ted Horowitz (right) rehearsing for Museum, which shows on Friday the 26th and Saturday the 27th of October.

Sarah Faber, Opinion Design Editor

October 26, 2018

This weekend, a cast of 40 Upper School Students will perform Museum– an eclectic, character-driven comedy by playwright Tina Howe. Museum was chosen as the fall play towards to end of last school year because of its flexibility to have a larger cast, and its comedic contrast from last year’s g...

“Cheap 52” The Car Behind the band

Jacob Kriss, Web Production Manager

October 25, 2018

The rusting, blue vintage car on Clinton Ave, nicknamed “Cheap 52” after its license plate, has resided on Clinton Avenue for an unknown duration of time. This ancient-looking automobile has captured the attention of everyone in the Masters community: “The car’s antiquity makes me think of t...

MacWilliams pregnant with “twiblings”

MacWilliams pregnant with

Logan Schiciano, Contributing Writer

June 5, 2018

“I haven’t decided on anything yet, but I’m taking suggestions,” said Meghan MacWilliams regarding the names of her two girls, both due in July of 2018. MacWilliams, Director of the Masters Adventure Program, Green Dean, Middle School P.E. teacher, and 9th Grade Advisor, will understandably be putting...

Down with an Injury, Grier Remaining Positive – How Injury Affects ACR

Down with an Injury, Grier Remaining Positive – How Injury Affects ACR

Logan Schiciano, Contributing Writer

June 5, 2018

While the track-and-field season officially ended only last week, sophomore Sabian Grier’s season unfortunately concluded quite a while ago. Grier has been sidelined with an injury which has stopped him from running since the end of April. “I have a hip injury,” said Grier, “It’s something...

Dr. West listens to the daffodils

Dr. West listens to the daffodils

Nora Fellas, Blogger

May 27, 2018

How did an engineering student become an English teacher? Surprisingly, Dr. West was actually always a lover of math and science. West went to college to become an engineer but found himself enjoying his English electives more than his math and science courses. In high school most of his exposure to ...

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