New Perspectives

November 16th, 2022|

BY ZOE KAHN News Section Editor Life-changing experiences can lead to new perspectives on things. Anything can influence a person’s perspective, whether it is a month-long excursion, engagement in a sport, or even moving schools. [...]

Outstanding Employees

November 16th, 2022|

BY KATY PULITANO The Bay has various staff members that help to keep the school running, but two were recognized for their achievements this year. Secretary Susan Gordon won Employee of the Year and Math [...]

A Trip Around the World with P.R.I.D.E

October 31st, 2022|

BY ISABEL TORO Sports Section Editor The Bay’s Promoting Relationships in Diversity Through Education club, known as the P.R.I.D.E club, will be hosting International Fest during lunches on Thursday, Nov. 17. P.R.I.D.E’s culture director, Senior [...]

JSU: Sweet Treat Traditions

October 31st, 2022|

BY SAMANTHA WAGNER Part of the National Conference of Synagogue Youth (NCSY), the Jewish Student Union (JSU) always does something to celebrate the holidays, and students of the club come together to partake in the [...]

Creative Outlet: Design and Business

November 16th, 2022|

BY ISABELLA TORO At The Bay, both students and teachers take part in diverse outlets that allow them to showcase their creativity. These consist of individual hobbies or activities that help them practice their self-expression [...]

College Circuit: Jake Stoll

November 16th, 2022|

BY JOSH STOLL Undergraduate enrollment: 14,778 ACT composite: 27-32 Percent of applicants admitted: 59% SAT composite: 1230-1380 Tuition estimate for on-campus: $60,135 What were your reasons for attending Syracuse University?  I chose Syracuse University (SU) [...]

Seen on Campus-Crocs Make A Comeback

May 12th, 2022|

Of little surprise to many, yet another early 2000’s trend has made its way back to teenagers of today. Here at The Bay, there is not a single classroom that is not scattered with colorful [...]

Alumni Strike: Morgan Comite

May 10th, 2022|

BY MARA LUSTIG After four years of powering through various Advanced Placement (AP) courses offered at the Bay, juggling many different leadership positions such as the Student Government Association (SGA) fundraising chair and the Circuit [...]

Athletes To Watch: Ninni Ylenius

December 5th, 2022|

BY SAMANTHA WAGNER Goal: Get to the state championship Height: 5’7 Team: Girls Volleyball Class of 2024   Q: What are your strengths in volleyball? A: I like to think my strengths are my stamina [...]

A Not-So Unfortunate Loss For The Bay

September 14th, 2022|

By Abigail Freis, A&E and Opinion Editor        On Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2022, The Bay’s Girls’ varsity volleyball team took the court against Archbishop McCarthy. Despite their efforts, The Bay’s girls lost the [...]

Music in Your Ears

October 31st, 2022|

“The Music in Your Ears” delves into the music taste of students at the Bay. Staffer Olivia Troche interviewed four students who enjoy listening to different types of music. BY OLIVIA TROCHE figured u out [...]

ASL Signing Under the Stars

May 10th, 2022|

BY SKYLER PRIETO Business Manager On Monday, April 25, the Bay’s American Sign Language (ASL) program presented their Signing Under the Stars event under the direction of Kimberly Russo, an ASL one, three and four teacher [...]

Circuit Recommends

May 10th, 2022|

BY DYLAN PRICE (Pop) You Shaped Hole- Baby Queen In their most recent album, “The Yearbook,” Baby Queen introduced the song “You Shaped Hole.” Through the release of this album, Baby Queen had really put [...]

Restaurant Review: Suri Sushi Thai

May 10th, 2022|

BY SUMMER KAUFFMAN Features Copy Editor Suri Sushi Thai is a sushi and Thai fusion restaurant new to South Florida—located off of Weston Road. This restaurant offers fast and simple methods to pick up and [...]