The Crimson Sun

Pet Parades Brighten the Days of Distanced MBS Students

Lauren Coyne, Staff Writer

June 2, 2020

To uplift the spirits of the MBS community in the face of distance learning, the Mental Health Matters club put on two virtual “pet parades” in the final weeks of the school year.  I interviewed club advisor Ms. Jenna Sumner a...

Virtual Walk in the Arbo: Mr. Holbrook and Ms. Phelan

Ali Dorrego, Staff Writer

June 2, 2020

The Frelinghuysen Arboretum that lies adjacent to the MBS campus is much more than a scenic addition to the School’s campus.  Many MBS faculty take walks in the arboretum during lunch and free periods, taking in its natural beaut...

Girls Hockey Scores Big, Winning First State Title in its History

Ali Stecker, Staff Writer

April 27, 2020

With a record of 18-8-1, Morristown-Beard Girls’ Hockey performed very well this season.  Despite losing many talented seniors to graduation, the team has gained a new crop of dedicated and strong players, adding to the team’s...

Boys Basketball Has a Growing Season

Charlie Ehrbar, Staff Writer

April 27, 2020

The Crimson went on a revenge tour in 2020.  Led by captain Caleb Moton, ‘20, and a strong junior class, the team planned on bouncing back from a disappointing record last season of 7-19.  Despite their lack of success la...

Virtual Walk in the Arbo: Dr. Lisa Ievers

Ari Bersch, Senior Editor

April 27, 2020

The Frelinghuysen Arboretum that lies adjacent to the MBS campus is much more than a scenic addition to the School’s campus.  Many MBS faculty take walks in the arboretum during lunch and free periods, taking in its natural ...

Girls’ Basketball Dribbles to Success

Lauren Coyne, Staff Writer

April 27, 2020

The Morristown-Beard girls’ basketball team had a lot to live up to this year. Last season, they won the county tournament with an impressive buzzer-beater from Christina De Mattheis, ‘19. Their record was 25 and 4. They start...