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Freshmen walk through Main Street in groups for their first walk as students at North Tuesday, Sept. 15. (photo by Ian Dickerman)

SET Day provides students with virtual opportunities to connect to clubs

The Newtonite September 25, 2020

For the Zoom links to each club’s SET Day meeting, click here. Anime and Manga ClubWhat: Students watch TV shows and play games to learn about and celebrate Japanese culture.When: To be determined.Goal:...

Club day can be frantic, but hopefully youll be able to find what youre looking for! Graphic by Maria Melissa and Mary Solovyeva.

Cartoon: Club Day

The Newtonite September 22, 2014

Junior recounts her recent move from Uganda

The Newtonite October 11, 2012
by Malini Gandhi For junior Patricia Muumba, who moved to the United States from Uganda this past summer, the most shocking aspect of coming to this school was not its large size nor the sight of a costumed principal Jennifer Price waving at cheering crowds at the Tiger Hunger Games.

UPDATED: Club special

The Newtonite October 4, 2012
Friday, the Newtonite came out with a print club special, a guide to clubs and organizations at this school. Here you can read an updated list of the various clubs and organizations offered at this school and view photographs of Club Day, which was Thursday in the cafteria.

Club special: Extracurricular activity fees lower budget gap

The Newtonite September 27, 2012
by Hilary Brumberg Since the day a slightly shorter and more impressionable version of junior Amiya Seligman entered this school two years ago, she has been drilled with one of this school’s most common maxims: “Try new things. Get involved. Make the most of the opportunities here.” And she has. Seligman has risen through the ranks of Model United Nations and is now an under-secretary general. She is also an active member of the girls’ Ultimate Frisbee team.

Club special: Students share passions

The Newtonite September 27, 2012
by Gloria Li and Perrin Stein Club Day is a time for students to showcase their passion for the clubs they lead. Through energy and excitement, students convey what makes the clubs they participate in special. Officers of clubs reflect on how participating in clubs has shaped their high school experience.

Club special: Club Day displays vibrant student life

The Newtonite September 27, 2012
by Malini Gandhi Famous for its screaming students stationed at tables overflowing with colorful posters and candy, Club Day is not only a fun, energy-filled event, but it also plays an essential role in helping students become involved in activities, according to science teacher Michael Hazeltine, who oversees all clubs at this school.

Club officers discuss advertising techniques

The Newtonite September 24, 2012
by Julia Moss This school has over 70 clubs, and students are constantly creating new ones. With so many to choose from, deciding which clubs to join can be difficult for some students. It is up to club officers to win students over and convince them to join their clubs.

Clubs to recruit new members

The Newtonite September 21, 2012
by Amanda Hills To expose students to a variety of clubs, Club Day will be held Thursday X-block in the cafeteria.
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