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Ulysses Conrad, Opinions and Ideas Editor

Ulysses Conrad is a junior at Pelham Memorial High School. He is involved in a multitude of clubs and organizations such as Acapelicans, Students for Refugees, and Math Team. He is a leading member of both Latin Club and Model UN. He also writes for the Pel Mel from time to time and loves to get his point across. Also, he loves volunteering, so you might see him at a community service event. If nowhere else, he'll be acting on the stage at PMHS.

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PMHS language department's refusal to offer National Language Exam this year is mistake

PMHS language department’s refusal to offer National Language Exam this year is mistake

February 1, 2021

The Pelham Memorial High School language department has decided to not administer the National Language Exam this year. But not only are the presumed reasons for doing so flimsy at best, but the decision...

Pelham schools closed Monday due to impending winter storm

Pelham schools closed Monday due to impending winter storm

January 31, 2021

Pelham schools will be closed Monday, according to an announcement made by Superintendent Cheryl Champ. There will be no in-person or virtual learning. In an email, Champ said "the forecast for...

Cast members act out a scene from 'The Diary of Anne Frank.'

Sock ‘n’ Buskin performing ‘The Diary of Anne Frank’ virtually Saturday-Sunday

December 12, 2020

Pelham Memorial High School’s Sock 'n' Buskin club is performing a play centered around "The Diary of Anne Frank." The directors, Neil Schleifer and Thomas Beck, have produced a play that will not be...

Pelham Eliminates Plastic marches to raise awareness of presidential candidates' energy policies

Pelham Eliminates Plastic marches to raise awareness of presidential candidates’ energy policies

November 4, 2020

The Pelham Eliminates Plastic (P.E.P.) club held a march Tuesday afternoon between the train station and JCafe, wearing matching sweatshirts and holding signs stating the policies that each president...

Leif Erikson Discovers America, 1000 AD

Leif Erikson Day vs. Columbus Day: Do both deserve a day off?

October 9, 2020

On the second Monday of October, Americans across the country annually celebrate Columbus Day. The holiday is dedicated to the infamous Christopher Columbus, the first European to allegedly discover the...

Steadman Krulak opens BuddhaBooth at site of closed company The Local Branch

Steadman Krulak opens BuddhaBooth at site of closed company The Local Branch

September 22, 2020

The old Capital One bank has once again been converted into a space for a new company, BuddhaBooth.  The product it offers, dubbed the BuddhaBooth, creates a portable place for employees with stressful...

Why Latin struggles to survive in Pelham

Why Latin struggles to survive in Pelham

September 14, 2020

Most people just think of Latin as a “dead” language. Latin isn’t dead, but it is dying in Pelham, and the Pelham Union Free School district has done little to help. The lack of interest in taking...

East Lincoln Avenue Bridge construction on Nov. 11, 1926.

Replacing East Lincoln Avenue bridge likely to cause traffic jams in Village of Pelham

August 31, 2020

Replacement of the old East Lincoln Avenue bridge will likely snarl traffic on one of the Village Pelham's main east-west arteries and in the downtown for months to come.   The replacement of the bridge...

Pelham Sustainability Advisory Board holds meeting to educate volunteers on its Canopy Project

Pelham Sustainability Advisory Board holds meeting to educate volunteers on its Canopy Project

July 29, 2020

On Thursday, July 23, a meeting was held by the Pelham Sustainability Advisory Board (SAB) to demonstrate to volunteers how to participate in their Canopy Project.  The canopy project's goal is to...

Christian Hodge

New Pelham athletic director using feedback from P.E. teachers on distance learning to plan for fall

July 17, 2020

Christian Hodge, the Pelham school district's new director of physical education, health and athletics, said he plans to use the time during the summer vacation to analyze feedback from the physical...

PMHS Model UN Club hosts first-ever digital conference amid quarantine

PMHS Model UN Club hosts first-ever digital conference amid quarantine

April 24, 2020

On April 16, the Model United Nations Club held its first virtual conference in the designated after-school hours of Pelham Memorial High School. While the digital element of the conference provided some...

In a time of struggle, rainbows represent continued hope

In a time of struggle, rainbows represent continued hope

April 1, 2020

After an intense storm, the sun shines down upon us and creates rainbows. To most, rainbows symbolize peace and hope. In this current crisis we face, in which we have to deal with the spread of Covid-19,...

Quarantine countdown: Must-watch movies while stuck in your home

Quarantine countdown: Must-watch movies while stuck in your home

April 1, 2020

During your time in quarantine, it might become increasingly harder to occupy yourself with something to do as your choices are limited to the confines of your home. With your normal, habitual routine...

PMHS Science Olympiad team qualifies for states for the first time in six years

PMHS Science Olympiad team qualifies for states for the first time in six years

February 26, 2020

Pelham Memorial High School's Science Olympiad team secured third place at regionals on Feb. 1. Through this, the team has qualified to go to the state championship on March 13-14.  Science Olympiad...

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