Veritas Print Edition on Sale Tomorrow

Editors of the Veritas this year are left to right: Jason Golemme, Arts Editor, Haley Macray, Web and Features Editor, Alexandra Pigeon and Katherine Delorey, Editors-in-Chief, Cameron Stuart, Sports Editor

Editors of the Veritas this year are left to right: Jason Golemme, Arts Editor, Haley Macray, Web and Features Editor, Alexandra Pigeon and Katherine Delorey, Editors-in-Chief, Cameron Stuart, Sports Editor.  Not pictured is Mike Leavitt, Photo Editor.

The first edition of the Veritas print edition will be on sale tomorrow.

Find out  how each of the sports teams are doing, and what they expect for the rest of their seasons; also meet the new teachers at RHS,  find out about the RHS student who has released a musical recording and get the details about clubs and activities going on throughout the school.  Below is one of the feature stories from this month’s issue.  Don’t miss it!

Is Fantasy Better Than Reality?

Brian Cohen, Veritas Staff

espn-fantasy-football-logo-298x238It’s football season again and that means fantasy football is a hot topic at Rockland High School.

For seventeen weeks from September until January, students and faculty will have the stressful task of putting their best line-ups on the field as they will face off head-to-head with their peers.

What makes members of the RHS staff and student body want to participate in fantasy football?

Many enjoy the intense competition from week to week. Others play in leagues in which money is awarded to the winners.

Senior Natalie Ellard plays fantasy football because she “like[s] watching football and it is fun to play.” Ellard added that she “enjoys the competition the most.”

Senior Brandon Crawford enjoys fantasy football for different reasons.

Crawford says, “Fantasy football is a good way to stay updated with the NFL. It can also be a good way to make money.”

For the rest of  Brian Cohen’s story, pick up the first edition of the Veritas print edition on sale Thursday, Oct. 16

 

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