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Sam Rodd, this paper's first community editor, pursues musical theater in Covid learning world
By Thomas O'Brien, A&E Editor • April 3, 2021

Yay it's the Colonial Times' 10th anniversary, and I interviewed one of its founders, Sam Rodd, who was one of the first community editors. "Right...

Daniel Bernstein, who was one of the first A&E editors at the Colonial Times, attends Cornell University.
Daniel Bernstein, a founding A&E editor of Colonial Times, glad he continues to write in college at Cornell
By Finley Bethea, News Editor • April 3, 2021

Daniel Bernstein, a founding A&E editor of the Colonial Times in the 2011-2012 school year, is now a sophomore at Cornell University studying government. For...

Diary of Colonial in time of Covid: Many like virtual pasta night as fifth graders get dance spotlight
Diary of Colonial in time of Covid: Many like virtual pasta night as fifth graders get dance spotlight
By Thomas O'Brien, Finley Bethea, and Kyser Haines April 14, 2021

Pasta night was different then a normal pasta night. It was virtual. Most people said it was better because there was a dance teacher and a DJ who is a...

Hybrid learning brings mixture of positives and negatives for students
Hybrid learning brings mixture of positives and negatives for students
By Natalie Bass and Jean English April 3, 2021

Many people know Colonial School is in a hybrid situation because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Students have likes and dislikes. Many students say their...

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Changing classes can be good practice for when fifth graders attend Pelham Middle School.
Fifth graders choose their language classes for middle school
By Sophie Kim, Student Life Editor • March 9, 2020

5TH GRADE CLASSROOMS — The fifth graders are now starting to prepare for middle school, and the first thing they have to do to is to choose a language. The...

Suez North America staffers visit third grade to talk about clean water
Suez North America staffers visit third grade to talk about clean water
By Syrus Preftakes, A&E Editor • March 9, 2020

3RD GRADE CLASSROOMS — Suez North America staffers visited the third graders for a lesson on clean water. "This was the third graders' first year...

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Colonial readers on lockdown favor Harry Potter and other books in series
Colonial readers on lockdown favor Harry Potter and other books in series
By Paolo Carideo, Staff Reporter • June 7, 2020

PELHAM — Ever since the coronavirus made its way to the United States, students have been on lockdown. A lot of people have chosen to read. Jackson...

Colonial student government produces weekly program 'Paws Today'
By Finley Bethea, News Editor • June 7, 2020

THE INTERNET — The Colonial Student Government is keeping peers updated with "Paws Today." "Paws Today" is a mini-movie that reports on the weather...

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Ice falls from sky all around Pelham, forces recess indoors
By Paolo Carideo, Staff Reporter • January 15, 2020

PELHAM — On Dec 17, it rained on a school day. The rain was so cold that by 3 a.m., ice was all over Pelham—on trees, bushes, plants, fences and a...

Pelham Music Festival brings together many performers Jan. 25 at country club
Pelham Music Festival brings together many performers Jan. 25 at country club
By Ella Santerre, Staff Reporter • January 14, 2020

PELHAM — The Pelham Music Festival will be performed Jan. 25 at the Pelham Country Club. Many schools will precipitate in the festival. Students are...

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Plastic bags flapped in a tree in front of a New Rochelle restaurant.
Warning: Within next 20 years, we need to find a solution for pollution
By Evan Kaplan, News Editor • April 20, 2019

PELHAM — Look around, and what do you see? Pollution and litter. Pollution and litter has had a huge impact on our town. Litter...

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