The Bulletin is published twice each year and mailed to the entire Masters School community. Each edition of the magazine includes feature articles about our programs, curricula, and events as well as interviews and news about alumnae/i, current and former faculty, and students.
We are always interested in receiving news items, story ideas, comments and critiques for The Bulletin. So, if you have news to share or a story to tell, please email Janice Leary . We hope that you will enjoy reading The Bulletin.
Tower, the award-winning student newspaper of The Masters School, is published approximately seven times a year. It is a public forum, with its editorial board making all decisions concerning content. Unsigned editorials express views of the majority of the editorial board. Faculty co-advisors are Matthew Browne, email@example.com and Ellen Cowhey, Ellen.Cowhey@MastersNy.org.
One of the oldest clubs at The Masters School, Panache annually publishes literary and visual works of expression that reflect the artistic diversity found within the school community.
Read the latest issue:
Before 19 Literary Journal
Launched in 2012, Before 19 is an e-journal written and edited by seniors enrolled in a creative nonfiction class at The Masters School in Dobbs Ferry, New York. Each issue’s original essays, written in a variety of stylistic approaches and voice, demonstrate the wealth of experience and reflection that can occur before the age of 19. Some of the narratives present a concept of self; others portray a place of significance to the writer; still others deal with social and cultural issues, personal relations, and family history. The students in this workshop write, critique one another’s work, and revise throughout the academic year. Finally, they act as editors, selecting essays and art for the journal. We hope you enjoy Before 19.
PURPLE PANTHER POST
Middle Schoolers plan, write and edit the Post. A typical issue includes essays, book reviews and Q&A interviews with other students. The current staff members are sixth graders Gisele Cestaro and Tanner Dandridge, according to Middle School humanities teacher Michaela Boller, who is advisor to the newsletter staff.
Read the 2016-17 Purple Panther Post