Amid Walker Scandal- Warnock Becomes Georgia’s Senator

Written By: Sophia Ortiz-Heaney On December 6th, 2022, the Georgia runoff election results came in: Democratic candidate Raphael Warnock will be a Georgia Senator for the next six years. This election was the final frontier in the 2022 Senate Race and was between Republican candidate Herschel Walker and Democratic candidate […]

Opinion | Is Fast Fashion Considered Ethical?

Written By: Katherine Balbin, Andrea Vargas  Fast fashion refers to how rapid clothes are manufactured. Companies mass produce cheap, low quality clothing that are quickly thrown out after minimal use. It allows for people to get access to trendy styles in an affordable way. New trends coming in and out […]

Spread Joy and Help Out This Holiday Season – Organizations In PC

Written By: Yannely Sanchez, Michelle Ramos-Aragon The winter season is often a favorite for many. The holidays are around the corner, gifts are exchanged, and snow is falling. This season gives many residents here in Port Chester much joy, but it is also important to spread joy to the less […]

PCHS Environmental Club Host Bulb Planting In Lyon Park

Written By: Shaana Cheriyan On Friday, November 4, the Gardening Club, Environmental Club, and National Honor Society were invited to join Kikki Short, a member of the Port Chester Sustainability Committee and Port Chester Historical Society, to plant crocuses at the Bush-Lyon Homestead in Lyon Park. About 30 students attended […]

Krampus: A Dark Twist On A Joyous Holiday

Written By: Sophia Ortiz-Heaney, Isabel Mateus You better watch out, you better not cry. You better not pout, I’m telling you why. Krampus is coming to town!  Krampus– half-man, half-goat– is a mythical creature from stories told in the Eastern and Central Alpine region. The folklore is said to date […]

The Port Light Receives The Empire Award On Behalf Of NYS Senate

Written By: Brian Alvarado The Port Light received the Empire Award from the New York State Senate.  The award was given to the staff of the paper, advisors, administrators and parents in a ceremony on December 7 by State Senator Shelley Mayor.  Back in November, The Port Light’s administrators received […]

Key Club Donates Books To Operation Paperback In Support Of Military Personnel

Written By: Shirley Guzman Throughout November, Port Chester High School’s Key Club members dedicated themselves to collecting gently used books to contribute to Operation Paperback in support of military troops overseas.  Operation Paperback is a non-profit organization devoted to donating used books which they collect from donors around the country […]

IB Diploma Candidates Gather For A Friendsgiving

Written By: Matthew Palma On Wednesday, November 23, a few weeks after their first get-together on November 7 at Colony Grill, the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) candidates came together once again for some social time, participating in a “Friendsgiving.” Typically around the time of Thanksgiving, friends get together and […]

Holiday Baking Recipes To Try Out This Winter Break!

Written By: Ariana Pareja Becerra With the arrival of December, it’s finally time to get to the holiday everyone’s been waiting for, Christmas! Like many holidays, Christmas is a time for loved ones to reunite and enjoy a special moment. Putting up a tree and decorating the house with lights […]