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Madie Phillips, '23

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Madie Phillips is a senior at Jamesville-DeWitt High School. She enjoys writing for the Yampage, playing music, learning new things, and traveling with her family.

Senior Equestrian Adrianne Weldum to Compete at U.S. Dressage Finals

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Adrianne Weldum is not only a senior at Jamesville-DeWitt High School, but will also be a competitor at the United States Dressage Finals this weekend. She and her horse, Sam, will be traveling over...

Homecoming Needs to be Updated for the 21st Century

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In early October, Jamesville-DeWitt High School had its Homecoming. Being the first year of normalcy—as many are calling it—since the start of the pandemic, it was nice to see a noticeable increase in school...

J-DHS Playwrights Bring Stage to Life at 2022 Young Playwrights Festival

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On Tuesday, May 3, Syracuse Stage held its Young Playwrights Festival, an event in which the plays of eight high school playwrights are performed live on stage. This year, four of the eight finalists...

There is a “Right” Answer in the Mask Debate

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On March 1, when Principal Gasparini spoke to club officers and team captains about the lifting of the mask mandate in schools the following day, one of his phrases really stood out to me....

Rambunctious Showcases Student Art and Writing Despite Pandemic Challenges

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Although they faced many challenges when creating the magazine this year, the Rambunctious Literary Magazine staff was still able to design spreads featuring a variety of student writing and artwork. While it was difficult...

J-DHS Students and Teachers Discuss Upcoming Changes to the School Week

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Over the last few weeks, many rumors have been circulating throughout Jamesville-DeWitt High School regarding possible changes to the school week.  These rumors include a possible switch to regular instructional days on Wednesdays and...

Dance: A Hidden Passion at J-DHS

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J-DHS sophomores Connie Zhang and Andres Valladares have been dancers as long as they can remember, with their experiences through dance molding them into the people they are today. A Dancing Childhood: Zhang began her dancing...

Open Mic Night Brings J-DHS’s Creative Minds Together During the Pandemic

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On Friday, December 11th, the Rambunctious Literary Magazine staff hosted an Open Mic Night on Zoom. Lasting for an hour during the evening, it provided an encouraging environment for students to perform art, writing,...