by Samantha Fredburg Though voters chose Donald Trump to be America’s next president, in North’s mock election Tuesday, Hillary Clinton won by an overwhelming majority. During G-block, the Center for…
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by Laura Schmidt-Hong and Hannah Liu [divider]November 2016: Moving Forward[/divider] How can the North community and the country move forward after the presidential election? “I believe in this country, no…
by Aneesh Anand and Jacob Schwartz
Since the dawn of time, man has craved knowledge on the happenings of his community. These headlines, albeit satirical and ridiculous, provide a portal into the daily life at this school and will be posted as a blog. Today’s post is special to the 2012 election.
by Alex Feit and Kristian Lundberg
This blog is dedicated to point-counterpoint discussion on various topics related to current events. These discussions include everything from interpreting school policies to developments on the national political stage.
Tonight, President Obama and Mitt Romney will take part in the final presidential debate, and in two weeks, voters will elect one of these two men as president.
Students should watch this debate in order to stay politically informed, so they can formulate educated opinions on both candidates.
by Malini Gandhi
From large-scale phenomena to more local spectacles, the young generation is becoming increasingly politically active and politically influential, according to history teacher Isongesit Ibokette.