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Seniors wave goodbye to SBHS and Hello to college

Posted on 15 June 2017

By Nicolas Costa (‘18) As the 2016-17 school year comes to a close, the class of 2017 anticipates their freshman year of college. Throughout the year, the seniors have assesed their lives after SBHS, with most choosing to attend a university. Senior year is usually known as the best year of high school. Senior Brianna [...] Continue Reading

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The Roles of Asians in American Cinema and Its Effect

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The Roles of Asians in American Cinema and Its Effect

Posted on 15 June 2017

By Ishani Chettri (‘20) As diversity continues to grow in American society, people should question whether the film industry, a media that can be highly influential these days, is implementing diversity  as well. Hollywood churns out hundreds of movies each year that include unique plotlines, interesting titles and of course, famous actors and actresses. However, [...] Continue Reading

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Teen Pregnancy: The Importance of Prevention

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Teen Pregnancy: The Importance of Prevention

Posted on 15 June 2017

By Ishani Chettri (‘20) May is National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month in which safe sex and protection is stressed in order to lower the rate of teen pregnancies and for the safety of those who choose to have sex. However, how does SBHS handle teen pregnancies or where can students get information if they do [...] Continue Reading

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Students Take on Recent Societal Beauty Pressure on Teenage Girls

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Students Take on Recent Societal Beauty Pressure on Teenage Girls

Posted on 15 June 2017

By Ishani Chettri and Marcus Cook (‘20) Fat. Skinny. Average. Curvy. Ugly. Pretty. At least once in a girl’s lifetime has she been called one of these words and the unfortunate results are recurring questions like, “Why am I not like her?” or “Why couldn’t I be like this instead?” Society has always pressured women, [...] Continue Reading

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The Rise of Women Empowerment in Bollywood

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The Rise of Women Empowerment in Bollywood

Posted on 14 June 2017

By: Malaika Jawed (‘17) and Nina Mendes (‘18) Indian films have always been a source of inspiration for the country. But being a patriarchal society, where sons are favored over daughters, India’s film industry has been largely male-dominated throughout its history. While male characters have been given powerful roles, women have been asked to play [...] Continue Reading

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SBHS’s New Transgender Policy

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SBHS’s New Transgender Policy

Posted on 14 June 2017

By Indira Walsh (’19) The school district has been opening up the floor to the discussion of names and pronouns, student records, restrooms, locker rooms, physical education classes, intramural athletic programs, interscholastic athletic programs and dress codes for transgender students. This is all in effort to accommodate student gender identities and wishes. Mrs. Anastasia Marcella, [...] Continue Reading

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