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Students prepare for Asian culture night celebrations. (photo courtesy of senior Rose Giroux)

Asian culture night celebrates performances in return to pre-pandemic form

March 3, 2022

Asian American cultures, in all their diversity, will be highlighted through performances by Newton North Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) students during Asian American Culture Night on Saturday,...

Mayor Fuller inaugurates new covered bike racks

Mayor Fuller inaugurates new covered bike racks

Amy Xue November 29, 2019

Mayor Ruthanne Fuller cut the ribbon to reveal the newly installed covered bike racks by the loading dock Friday, Nov. 22 at 3 p.m. Other city officials, principal Henry Turner, and students, including...

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

Argument Clinic: Should we have clubs fees?

The Newtonite December 4, 2012
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. This week, the duo is debating whether or not Newton Public Schools should require a fee for school-sponsored extracurricular activities (clubs). Alex argues in the affirmative, while Kristian argues in the negative.

Quiz: Newtonite Club Special Trivia

The Newtonite October 16, 2012
by Julia Moss How closely did you read the Newtonite's Club Special?

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.

Mentors in Violence Prevent raises awareness

The Newtonite May 25, 2012
by Douglas Abrams Mentors in Violence Prevention club (MVP) held an X-block meeting yesterday in the Library Learning Commons to raise awareness about gender stereotypes, bullying and sexual harassment.

Science team places first in Envirothon competition

The Newtonite May 24, 2012
by Amanda Hills Thursday, the science team won the Massachusetts Envirothon competition at the Blackstone River and Canal Heritage State Park.

Mock Trial defeats Newton Country Day in first trial

The Newtonite January 26, 2012
by Amanda Hills Mock Trial won its first meet so far against Newton Country Day Tuesday, according to senior Meredith Abrams, who has participated in Mock Trial for three years.

Ligerbots begin building process

The Newtonite January 18, 2012
by Alex Feit Since beginning their six-week building process over a week ago, members of the Ligerbots, this school’s and South’s robotics team, have begun building prototypes to compete in this year’s iteration of the FIRST Robotics challenge, according to senior Paige Grody, the team’s captain.
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