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The End of Intellectual Bulimia: Dr. Negraval’s Take on Revolutionizing the Education System

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The End of Intellectual Bulimia: Dr. Negraval’s Take on Revolutionizing the Education System

Posted on 20 March 2017

by Patrick Peralta (‘18) This is the strident, brutal truth no principal or administrator wants to hear: no one enjoys school. No student wakes up at six in the morning eager for the day ahead. No teacher enjoys grading papers late into the night. No one appreciates being confined in a building where trivial rules [...] Continue Reading

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How to Deal with Stress

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How to Deal with Stress

Posted on 18 March 2017

by Alexandra Copeland (‘20)   Stress is an emotion that frequently appears in a student’s life. Whether it is stress about an upcoming test or being accepted into his or her preferred college, it is essential for a person to learn to cope with this stress. If a student knows how to deal with anxiety, [...] Continue Reading

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SBHS Science Olympiad Team Competes at Union County College

Posted on 18 March 2017

by Priyanka Sarkhel (‘20) The SBHS Science Olympiad team recently went to the regional competition at Union County College on January 10. They won fifth place overall amongst top schools such as Princeton High School and the West Windsor High Schools.    Now, they are on their way to States in the hopes of being successful [...] Continue Reading

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Girls Winter Track Team Dominates at GMC’s

Posted on 18 March 2017

by Sophia Milla (‘20) January 14 was filled with snow but at the same time triumph. The South Brunswick Girls Winter Track team returned with a great win from the Greater Middlesex Conference Championships (GMCs), which followed their first place victory at the Middlesex County Relays.   After an intense clash that evening, the girls [...] Continue Reading

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The Ongoing Debate About Music and How It Affects SBHS

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The Ongoing Debate About Music and How It Affects SBHS

Posted on 18 March 2017

by Nina Claudia Soukhanovskii (‘20) String Quartets Club started on Thursday, January 12, in Annex 102. Music lovers gathered in the room and formed groups of 4-6 based on what instruments they played. They then proceeded to pick out the songs that they liked and began to rehearse, getting ready for a concert later in [...] Continue Reading

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A Heart for a Life

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A Heart for a Life

Posted on 28 February 2017

By Ananya Krishnan (‘18) Anyone who has been inside South Brunswick High School in the past couple of weeks, may have noticed a gradual culmination of pink and red hearts being stenciled and painted along the walls of the first floor B hall. The idea for the Hearts Hallway was first initiated by the Students [...] Continue Reading

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