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A capella Ensembles at North: Celebrating Harmony

A capella Ensembles at North: Celebrating Harmony

Hava Shenkman and Seth Diller, Arts editors February 18, 2024

Step into the harmonious world of a capella, an artistic pillar of high schools and colleges nationwide. North is home to two vibrant a capella ensembles: Northern Lights and Melocotones. These vocal powerhouses...

Members of Lost and Found gather for group photo on opening night prior to the strike, Thursday, Jan. 18.

Theatre Ink productions rescheduled following teachers’ strike

Eric Lam and William Yanhs, Arts editors February 16, 2024

Still feeling the fallout of the recent Newton Teachers Association (NTA) strike, Chicago, Nitrous Oxide, and Lost and Found are facing rescheduled show dates and altered rehearsal schedules.  According...

Nitrous Oxide hopes to showcase student talent in a night of sketch comedy

Nitrous Oxide hopes to showcase student talent in a night of sketch comedy

Maya Solomon, Arts editor February 14, 2024

Nitrous Oxide guarantees laughs from the raw comedic talent of cast members. Directed by seniors Nate Reilly and Isabella Steenstrup, will take place on Feb. 14, 16, and 17 in the Little Theater.  Entirely...

Union members and students gather with instruments at rally to show support for teachers,  Thursday,   Jan. 25.

Winterfest, Sophomore Speeches delayed by teachers’ strike

Eric Lam and William Yanhs, Arts editors January 25, 2024

As the Newton Teachers Association (NTA) continues striking in pursuit of a fair contract, North’s Winterfest performance is left without a date, buried by an absence of teachers and a lack of practice...

Seniors Surya Gopal, Myles Lee, and junior Orlando Christian prepare for their performance, Thursday, Jan. 18.

Lost and Found illuminates POC student voices through artistic expression

Sonya Belanga, Arts editor January 25, 2024

Lost and Found, a production directed by seniors Surya Gopal, Zaina Sayeed, and Sharon Tackie, provided a platform for students of color to express their experiences of identity through an artistic lens....

Lost and Found cast members take their bow on opening night Thursday, Jan. 18.

Theatre Ink productions halted by teacher strike

Eric Lam and Will Yanhs January 19, 2024

As the Newton Teachers’ Association (NTA) initiates its strike, Lost and Found, among other shows, is feeling the direct impact of the ongoing contract dispute.  “It’s not fair to the kids, it’s...

Orchestra performs during Harvestfest, Thursday, Nov. 16 in the Lasker Auditorium

‘Harvestfest’ fills auditorium with whimsical music

Annie Tango December 18, 2023

Full of contagious energy from the musicians, Harvestfest was a celebration of whimsical music.    Harvestfest played Thursday, Nov. 16 at 7 p.m. in the Lasker Auditorium, featuring performances...

Untitled Collage by Julia Dun Rappaport was featured in last years Thoughtprints calendar.

‘Thoughtprints’ showcases students creativity

Nika Jayanth December 7, 2023

With each page brimming with vivid paintings and powerful poems, North's Thoughtprints magazine offers students an opportunity to showcase their artwork and creativity. The club's members collaborate all...

Froshcab promotes inclusivity, being yourself

‘Froshcab’ promotes inclusivity, being yourself

Lucia Campbell December 6, 2023

Froshcab, an all freshman cabaret, will provide an all inclusive opportunity for students with any level of theater expertise to dabble in various forms of performing arts such as singing, dancing, and...

Shelf Life (left) and Excess (right)

Senior Nika Grusby confronts “uncomfortable” through art

William Yanhs December 6, 2023

As you step into North’s art room, you’re greeted with a whirlwind of talent. Glimmering canvases line the walls, speckles of paint adorn the tables, and students work diligently to finish their pieces....

Yo-Yo Ma speaks to the audience at a Boston Symphony Orchestra open rehearsal attended by Norths band and orchestra, Thursday, Oct. 12.

Students in fine and performing arts classes participate in unique field trips

Cindy Qiao December 3, 2023

Between rehearsals, concerts, and exams, North’s Fine and Performing Arts department takes students to observe professionals practice their crafts with the recent Boston Symphony Orchestra trip, the...

Students brainstorm ideas for fundraising plans during WIN Friday, Oct. 20 in the band room.

Students find ways to lower costs for New Orleans trip

Eric Lam November 14, 2023

With Tiger Bebop and Jazz Band’s trip to New Orleans growing closer by the day, members have begun finding ways to raise funds to lower individual costs.  Fundraising efforts began during Newtonville...

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