Students Strut Their Stuff at Digital Arts Showcase 

In an ever-evolving digital world, with artificial intelligence (AI) rearing its head at every corner, artists have been faced with the decision to develop new skills or perfect existing ones. […] Read more »

Irvington Union Free School District Students Celebrate World Read Aloud Day

Dows Lane Elementary School and Main Street School students participated in the unique global event World Read Aloud Day on Feb. 7, when administrators, teachers, writers and community members read […] Read more »

New York Medical College Student Secures Spot in Westchester Biosciences Accelerator Program

Ariel Yusupov, M.S., SOM Class of 2026, is one of just 12 budding entrepreneurs chosen to participate in the Westchester County Biosciences Accelerator Program this year. Yusupov was selected for the […] Read more »

SUNY WCC Student Honored with Hudson Valley Direct Marketing Association Scholarship Award 

SUNY Westchester Community College student Monike Souza Costa has been awarded the 2023 Hudson Valley Direct Marketing Association (HVDMA) Scholarship Award, which is awarded annually to outstanding marketing students in […] Read more »

Irvington High School Senior Nominated for U.S. Presidential Scholars Program

Irvington High School senior Christopher Zorn is among more than 5,000 students to be nominated for the 2024 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. Established in 1964, the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program […] Read more »

‘Monster Project’ Unites Irvington Students in Unique Learning Experience

In a collaborative effort, Irvington Middle School eighth graders crafted unique, hand-sewed stuffed animals for a group of Hawthorne Elementary School first graders, who provided them with sketches of their […] Read more »

Public Schools of the Tarrytowns’ Little Scholars Celebrate the 100th Day of School

Students at John Paulding School and Winfield L. Morse School celebrated their 100th Day of School on February 12, 2024. These young scholars began their day as they normally do, […] Read more »

African Women’s Education Fund Unveils 20th Anniversary Logo by CHHS Artist

The African Women’s Education Fund is celebrating the beginning of its 20th anniversary year in style, with a reception at the Croton River Artisans Gallery on Sunday, February 25, between […] Read more »

Briarcliff Middle School Mathcounts Club Wins Third Place in Regional Competition

Life is full of surprises. And Briarcliff Middle School Teaching Assistant and Mathcounts Club Advisor Svetlana Ryzhik was in for a big surprise recently. Back in 2020, the club won […] Read more »

Great Reasons to Major in Music

Deciding to focus on music as a major area of study is like setting off on an extraordinary journey into a world where passion meets profession. For many, music is […] Read more »