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Juniors serve themselves dinner in the dining hall

The Masters Community Reacts to this Year’s Loosened Restrictions

Lily Zuckerman, Ad Manager & Assistant Social Media Manager October 27, 2021

Due to COVID-19, The Masters School removed many of the community’s most beloved elements - the things that made Masters Masters. The dining hall, which had options ranging from a soup bar to a whole...

Dobbs Ferry holds service commemorating 20th anniversary of 9/11

Dobbs Ferry holds service commemorating 20th anniversary of 9/11

Kira Ratan, Editor-in-Chief September 11, 2021

The village of Dobbs Ferry held a ceremony today at Waterfront Park, commemorating the 20th anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center towers in New York City on Sept. 11, 2001, and the consequent...

Website for Mental Health Awareness at Masters

Fun activities during lunch periods promote mental health awareness at Masters

Lance Leys, Accountability and Accuracy Manager May 19, 2021

For the week of May 16, Head of the Visual Arts Department Cheryl Hajjar, in connection with the National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI), has set up a week of festivities to promote mental health awareness...

News Brief: NYU Journalism School hosts discussion on confronting recent anti-asian hate

News Brief: NYU Journalism School hosts discussion on confronting recent anti-asian hate

Kira Ratan, Features Lead Editor March 30, 2021

New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute hosted a virtual webinar last night on confronting anti-Asian hate, which has sharply increased over the course of the coronavirus pandemic.  The...

Prom from 2019 being held in Estherwood Mansion.

News Brief: Senior prom to take place

Kyla Barantsevitch, Web Editor March 10, 2021

This past year has seen many disappointments in the form of important events ranging from sports events, graduations, to the junior-senior prom being cancelled in the spring. However, fortunately this...

News Brief: Academic transparency proposal passed in Executive Committee

News Brief: Academic transparency proposal passed in Executive Committee

Sabrina Wolfson, Opinion Editor February 15, 2021

On Feb. 8, the Academic Transparency Proposal co-sponsored by senior Russell Wohland sophomore Tyler Hac*k was successfully passed in Executive Committee. Discussions of the proposal began Dec. 10...

Beloved Masters security guard Panton Adams passed away from Covid-19 complications on Feb. 1. The Masters community gathered for a memorial on Feb. 11 in honor of his life and legacy.

News Brief: Masters community gathers in celebration of Panton Adams’ life

Kira Ratan, Features Lead Editor February 11, 2021

This evening, the Masters community gathered virtually in celebration of the life of security guard Panton Adams, who passed away from Covid-19 complications on Feb. 1. The memorial was held at 7 p.m....

News Brief: Masters moves forward with in-person PSAT

News Brief: Masters moves forward with in-person PSAT

Kira Ratan, Features Lead Editor January 20, 2021

Masters’ college counseling office announced last Friday that it would be moving forward with administering the PSAT/National Merit Qualifying Test in-person. The decision was sent out in an email to...

A continuation from the fall sports season, many Covid-19 protocols have been instituted to create a safe environment for athletes and coaches. This graphic takes an in-depth look at a few of the main guidelines.

News Brief: Winter athletics season set to begin on Dec. 1

Ethan Schlapp, Lead Sports Editor November 19, 2020

Director of Athletics Logan Condon sent out an email to all Masters families on Nov. 19, stating that the winter sports season is scheduled to take place this year. The season will run from Tuesday, Dec....

Pictured above, Children’s Village is helping provide meals to those that are facing food insecurity, and assisting young people to help them become economically independent and socially  responsible.

News Brief: Thanksgiving food drive for the Children’s Village

Sabrina Wolfson, Opinion Editor November 18, 2020

This November, Masters Interested in Sharing and Helping (MISH), held their annual Thanksgiving Food Drive for The Children's Village in Dobbs Ferry. Children’s Village works with young people to help...

News Brief: EFFECT announces Fall Festival

News Brief: EFFECT announces Fall Festival

Lance Leys, Accountability and Accuracy Manager November 15, 2020

From Nov. 16th to 20th, EFFECT, Masters’ sustainability initiative, will be hosting a Fall Festival. It aims to provide afternoons of fun, while also working towards the greater cause of cleaning up...

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