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The Crimson

Sleep deprivation has become a detrimental aspect of society, especially for teens

The detriments of sleep deprivation: Improve your sleep and mental health

Ella Patel, Opinions Editor
February 28, 2024

Sleep is a necessity for any person, whether it is a teenager, an adult or an infant. According to the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) infants need more than 14 hours of sleep, teenagers...

The Crimson visits the Red Horse

January 29, 2024

Ari Rosen, Matt Mariani, Ava Highland, Claire Taylor visit the Red Horse.

A picture of Damar Hamlins GoFundMe for his toy drive.

1 Year removed from Damar Hamlin, the NFL is still experiencing the fallout

Andrew Tropp, Sports Editor
January 26, 2024

This month marks the one year anniversary of the moment that changed the NFL and sports as a whole forever. In the first quarter of the heavily anticipated Bills vs Bengals game on Monday Night Football,...

Chef David Burke stands out front of the Bernards Inn

Renowned chef David Burke partners with the Bernards Inn

Ava Highland, Editor-In-Chief
October 5, 2023

Since 1907, the historic Bernards Inn has been a staple destination in Bernardsville. With staircase posts, railings, and balusters that came from the original Plaza Hotel in New York City, the inn has...

The soccer team has been treated to a fresh turf field during the 2023 season.

Boys soccer continues building Coach LaSpada’s legacy

Charlie Quinn, Contributing Writer
October 5, 2023

When someone hears the name, LaSpada, many things come to mind. Whether it be the gym teacher from your days at BMS or the name of your soccer coach from BHS or even the name of a loved one’s soccer...

A photo of Yankee Stadium full of excited baseball fans

MLB rule changes yield incredible results

Andrew Tropp, Sports Editor
October 5, 2023

As the 2023 MLB season comes to an end, the biggest story of the year without a doubt has been the massive success of the three major rule changes put into effect at the start of the season. Late last...

Sophomore Ari Rosen who has helped many high school athletes with his photography

Sports media and its effects on high school and college athletes

Ari Rosen, Sports Editor
May 9, 2023

With social media becoming more popular, sports media has followed in its footsteps and become a big part of the sports world. This is effective not only in the professional world, but on the local level....

Crimson staff Seniors

Jane Holmes, Editor-In-Chief
May 4, 2023

Each issue the BHS Crimson has highlights seniors who have contributed to the school or community in the senior spotlight section. For the final print issue of the year, we featured the senior Crimson...

The Boys Lacrosse team in the pre-game huddle before their game at Randolph. Ar5media gave BHS Crimson permission to use photo.

Spring sports midseason updates

Matt Lesnik, Editor-In-Chief
May 3, 2023

The spring sports season is well underway, and each team is experiencing great success. Both the boys and girls lacrosse teams have been playing very well, leading to records of 8-2 and 9-2 respectively....

Front of BHS in spring of 2022

Students speak: School shootings

May 3, 2023

Recent school safety issues on the forefront of students minds as government officials debate reforms necessary with threats of gun violence on the rise. Two students offer alternating perspectives on...

Student takes a moment from class to recollect themself

Student Speak: Recent influx of shootings is a symptom of a greater illness

Gianna Galesi, Features Editor
April 27, 2023

Perhaps the most alarming statistic of 2023 is the fact that at least 163 mass shootings have occured in the United States—that is more mass shootings than the number of days this year so far. In the...

Layout for April issue of In-Depth spread to encourage students to get involved to improve their resume

Colleges look for students who get involved

Jane Holmes, Editor-In-Chief
April 27, 2023

As the college application process becomes seemingly more competitive year after year, students and parents are left dumbfounded with what more they can do to reach their goals. With every year passing,...

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