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All JDHS students, faculty, clubs, organizations, teams, classes, and activities are invited to contribute their voices and content to RamPage. Click Submit under the About tab at the top of any page for guidelines. We look forward to hearing from you and sharing your voice and vision with our community.

Five Holiday Movies That Are Actually Scary

Contributing Writer Robyn Dhami, '23 We all love the classic holiday movies that have a cheerful mood, and we always shun anything that sparks fear instead of joy...

Is the Popeyes Chicken Sandwich Worth the Hype?

Contributing Writer Isaiah Steinberg, '23 Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen is an American fast food chain with just over 3,000 locations in around 30 countries worldwide. They are known for their...

J-DHS To Perform Popular Broadway Musical Hit “Guys and Dolls” in February

Contributing Writers Kira Pawletko, '22 and David Scibilia, '22 This February, one of Broadway’s most popular musicals will be coming to you live from Jamesville-DeWitt High School’s Osborn...

The Case For Increasing Chinese Language Education

Contributing Writer Colby Porter, '20 The choice I faced felt momentous. As just a naive fifth grader, I had to choose French, Spanish or Mandarin Chinese as the foreign...

To Prepare for a Competitive Job Market, Students Choose Chinese

Contributing Writer Colby Porter, '20 DEWITT, NY — At Jamesville-DeWitt High School in DeWitt, NY, a class of just seven students look on as their teacher explains the grammar...

The Cost of Normalcy

Contributing Writer Chloe Parratt, '20 My father is 51 years old and has never been on any serious, long-term medication or had a single surgery in his life. He...

The Quinoa Crisis Illustrates the Failures of Globalization

Contributing Writer Pranathi Adhikari, '20 Put simply, the public good that has come from globalization is not truly a public good. At its core, it is not beneficial to...

J-DHS Lacks Adequate Mental Health Education Programming

Contributing Writer Maggie Frank, '20 According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), one in every six youths aged 6 to 17 experience a mental disorder each year....

Travel is Essential to Learning

Contributing Writer Azriel Linder, '20 There is something big the modern student is lacking: travel.  Sitting at a desk for hours while reading a textbook or...

Are Extra Homework and Standardized Testing the Answer? Finland Proves Otherwise.

Contributing Author Azriel Linder, '20 American high school students are stressed and exhausted. They sit in classes for the majority of their day, and hours of homework take up...