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Cowboy Bulletin
  • New Jersey has reported over 29, 000 coronavirus cases, including 38 in Montvale and 36 in Woodcliff Lake.
  • All schools in New Jersey are closed until at least April 17th, and students are currently enrolled in virtual instruction.
  • PVRHSD's Board of Education voted 7-2 to name Brian Hutchinson the principal of Pascack Valley for the 2020-21 school year.
  • The College Board is developing condensed, at-home AP testing for students.
Studying abroad during a pandemic
Amid coronavirus school closures, College Board will develop condensed, at-home AP testing for students
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Pascack Hills Tennis preview: 2020 season
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What “My Year of Rest and Relaxation” teaches us about capitalism in isolation
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Featured Podcasts
Cryptid Conversations: Chupacabra

Briana Keenan and Keira Ferrentino

Cryptid Conversations is a monthly podcast, focused on a different cryptid each month.

The 92nd Academy Awards: an exercise in disorganization

Claudia Kim, Staff Writer

The film’s sweep through the awards show was met with great celebration as evidenced by the crowd’s demands that the lights be kept on for the cast to continue their acceptance speeches. However, aside from the general merriment surrounding the film’s success, little else was up to par at this year’s Oscars. 

Miami brings diversity to Super Bowl LIV

Justine Marinkovic, Staff Writer

Shakira opened the show and halfway through Lopez made her entrance on a pole.  This upset many reviewers, calling the show “too sexy” or “too inappropriate for younger viewers,” but there those who believe that the two women brought more diversity than the show is used to, and that this was a good thing.  

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