Indoor Percussion takes on the World

BY SAISHA DAVE              Indoor Percussion’s successful and impressive 2022-2023 season has come to an end. Old Bridge’s team finished in first place at the Mid Atlantic Percussion Society Scholastic World Championship competition held on April 15 with a final score of 89.75 and reached the semifinals of the Winter Guard International Competition on April 19-24.   Continue reading “Indoor Percussion takes on the World”

Celebrating AAPI Month through Cultural Fair

BY KAMISHKA GROVER              On Wednesday, May 17, members of the Chinese Honors Society, Asian American Club, Chinese Club, and other attendees gathered in the main building cafeteria to celebrate and recognize Asian and Pacific Islander heritage.               These clubs worked diligently to provide authentic foods from their culture, display cultural items, such as jewelry,Continue reading “Celebrating AAPI Month through Cultural Fair”

Ramadan Iftaar unites Muslim community

BY OLIVIA VAN DEURSEN             The Old Bridge High School and Sayreville High School Muslim Student Associations hosted a Ramadan Iftaar event on April 13 in the OBHS Main Cafeteria. Students celebrated developing their relationship with God and reflecting on themselves and their habits. Food and activities provided nourishment and entertainment for students at theContinue reading “Ramadan Iftaar unites Muslim community”

AHS connects with Carpenter club

Natalie Goldberg Clubs Editor              The Animal Humane Society brought pet lovers by taking a trip to M Scott Carpenter Elementary School. The club members who participated in the trip worked with members of the elementary school’s Animal Club on April 28.              AHS members spoke to third graders about the importance of animal safety.Continue reading “AHS connects with Carpenter club”

New club promotes STEM for women

BY NATALIE GOLDBERG   Clubs Editor              The Society of Womens Engineers is the world’s largest organization for women’s engineering, which includes all STEM-related work fields. SWE is one of the many female-focused clubs, such as Girls Who Code and Women Empowering Women, that have recently made their mark here at OBHS.              In SWE, studentsContinue reading “New club promotes STEM for women”

FBLA takes care of business in A.C.

BY RITEE KARMACHARYA              The Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) went on a trip mid-March to Atlantic City where they spent three days attending a line of conferences and participating in a series of competitions. The conference imitated a ‘business trip’ in which members of the club dressed up in business attire and attendedContinue reading “FBLA takes care of business in A.C.”

World Class Percussion

BY SAISHA DAVE              The high level of performance and continued success of the Indoor Percussion team have earned them a promotion from Open Class to World Class. With a streak of first-place finishes already achieved, the members have their eyes set on earning championships at the highest level in the coming month.              TheContinue reading “World Class Percussion”

FHS brings Mardi Gras to OBHS

BY KAMISHKA GROVER              On Tuesday, February 28, the French Honors Society and other attendees gathered in the main building cafeteria to rejoice over the French holiday, Mardi Gras, and experience French foods and fun activities.               French Honors Society members worked diligently to provide authentic foods, such as quiche, and fun activities to replicateContinue reading “FHS brings Mardi Gras to OBHS”

Soul Food draws record turnout

BY ISABELLE MARMARA AND NICOLE FRACZKOWSKA              The Black Student Union hosted their annual Soul Food festival on February 22 in the main cafeteria from 2-4pm. Soul Food brings together students to celebrate Black culture through food, music, and dance.               The cultural food, such as mac n cheese, greens, fried chicken, yams, peach cobbler,Continue reading “Soul Food draws record turnout”

Tomorrow’s Chefs master the kitchen

BY TOMI KOMOLAFE AND SARA BUCKALEW              When appetizing aromas waft down the hallway, students know Tomorrow’s Chefs Club is in session. On the last Tuesday of every month, the club meets to share their interest in cooking.               The eclectic group contributes to each palate pleasing recipe with a passion for presentation, taste, andContinue reading “Tomorrow’s Chefs master the kitchen”