The student newspaper of Ossining High School

The Current

The student newspaper of Ossining High School

The Current

The student newspaper of Ossining High School

The Current

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Black History Month Photo Competition: Winning Submissions

June 3, 2021

In recognition of Black History Month, The Current held a photo contest and challenged the students of OHS to honor the Black community through their photography. Congratulations to senior Megan Spedaliere...

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Together We Will Rise: The 11th annual P.S. I Love You Day Campaign

Gianna Schiavo and Jenipher Tenesaca May 10, 2021

Friday, February 12th marked the 11th anniversary of the P.S. I Love You Day campaign—a day recognized by OHS students and staff alike. P.S. I Love You Day is an organization that's mission is to...

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February Artist of the Month: Luke Zebelman

Linlee Mangialardi, Student Life Editor February 28, 2021

For the month of February, The Current chose to feature freshman Luke Zebelman as artist of the month. Surrounded by music from a young age, Luke has dedicated a lot of time to improving his skills and...

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Ossining Schools Dismissed Early in Anticipation of Inclement Weather 

Mary Ford, Editor-In-Chief February 22, 2021

OSSINING—In an email sent out this morning, Ossining’s district office notified students and families that in light of the day’s forecast, the district would be dismissing its six schools early....

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To All the Boys: Always and Forever—A Cheesy, Clever, yet Classic Rom-Com

Linlee Mangialardi, Student Life Editor February 21, 2021

Everyone loves a good romantic comedy, especially this time of year. On February 12, Netflix released the last movie of the popular trilogy, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. Adapted from the book series...

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State of Emergency Lifted from the Village of Ossining

Mary Ford, Editor-in-Chief February 20, 2021

OSSINING—In an email from Ossining’s Village Manager’s Office on Friday, officials communicated to residents that the state of emergency placed on the village would end at 2 pm. The state of emergency,...

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Yellow Zone Designation Lifted from the Village of Ossining

Daisy Bolger, Features Editor February 20, 2021

On Wednesday, January 27th Governor Andrew Cuomo officially lifted the yellow zone designation from Ossining as COVID-19 infection rates have been on the decline. The Governor also took similar actions...

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Hiking in the Hudson Valley: Five Fun Locations to Explore

Shae Shandroff, Staff Writer February 19, 2021
From the hidden gems of Harriman State Park to the humble trails of Teatown, the trails of the Hudson Valley are a truly magical place. Here are some trails to consider when planning your next hike.
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New Year, New Me: Starting Fresh After 2020

Jessica Sabau and Daisy Bolger February 19, 2021

A revolution for social equality, a historic presidential election, and a pandemic: 2020 was no joke. After a year of chaos and unpredictability, students at OHS find ways to ring in a new start, as displayed...

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The 2021 Inauguration: A Pivotal Moment for American Democratic Systems and a Chance to Reflect on the Possibilities that Come with a New Administration

Aiden Fel, Staff Writer January 21, 2021

President-elect Joseph R. Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris were inaugurated as the 46th president and 49th vice president of the United States, respectively, on Wednesday, January 20th. This...

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