By Lindsey Ingrey The first “Year of the Woman” in 1992, was a response to the hearings surrounding Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’s confirmation. A woman named Anita Hill had come forward with allegations of sexual harassment against the Judge. Despite her testimony, Judge Thomas was confirmed. This lead to an unprecedented amount of women … Continue reading The Pink Wave
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Courtesy of The Imaginative Conservative By Julia Niehoff Unlike the Middle and Elementary schools in Mendham and Chester, and the other high schools in our area, Mendham High School is one of the few who does not have Columbus Day off. For most of our childhoods, Christopher Columbus was celebrated as a patriotic symbol of … Continue reading Why did we Celebrate Columbus Day?
By Daphne Nydam This series of photographs follows Senior Charles Ortman on his way to his Mr. Mendham performance. Charles Ortman is a senior well known for being the editor of the school paper and overall a really nice guy. Charlie's main interests include, movies, men’s softball and economics. Even though Charlie didn't end up … Continue reading Charlie Ortman’s Road to Mr. Mendham
By Catherine Callahan April 6th, 2018 marked the opening of the 30th Annual Blackwell Street Art Show. As a student art competition curated by a panel of professional artists, the event showcased 300 wall-hung works and 100 sculptures chosen out of 800 submissions from local high schools. The opening began with time for family and … Continue reading Student Art Showcased at Blackwell Show