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Climate Collectives Pop Up Clothing Swap attracts students interest Jan. 18, 2021. (Photo by Angela Nie)

North supports sustainable fashion in clothing swap

Angela Nie January 25, 2022

From jean jackets to avocado print clothing, piles of neatly folded garments and informational posters encouraged North students to support sustainable fashion.  The Climate Collective organized a...

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:...

Cultural, religious clubs seek platform for discussion

Cultural, religious clubs seek platform for discussion

The Newtonite May 8, 2017

by Laura Schmidt-Hong Racial and religious clubs at North have become integral parts of the school community, holding event days throughout the year and spreading the word about their cultures and communities. Principal...

Senior Maddie Bledsoe doing Crossfit

CrossFit club provides short, intense workouts

The Newtonite March 28, 2014

By Isabel Joyce The lack of time in students’ increasingly busy lives causes many students to forsake exercise. High school students in particular have trouble incorporating daily workouts into their...

Freshman Joanna Le draws on the white board during Japanese film and anime club.

Semester I Special: Pokémon hat represents Joanna Le’s love of anime

The Newtonite January 18, 2013

by Peter Diamond Every day, a student wears a hat designed to look like Pikachu, a character from the anime media franchise Pokémon, which she describes as a symbol of her love of anime, a form of Japanese...

Argument Clinic: Should we have clubs fees?

The Newtonite December 4, 2012

Yes: We should have club fees. by Alex Feit I don’t like club fees. I wouldn’t think anyone truly feels ecstatic about giving $150 to Newton Public Schools (NPS) for the privilege of joining a school...

Students volunteer for political campaigns

The Newtonite November 9, 2012

by Julia Oran Tuesday, millions of people across the country cast their ballots in the state and presidential election. Organizations and individuals encouraged everyone of voting age to play his part...

Team P.A.C.T., Tiger Friends involve Connections program

The Newtonite November 7, 2012

by Gloria Li Connections students take an active role in the school community, participating in Be Bold, Be Bald and Tiger Friends. Be Bold, Be Bald To make Be Bold Be Bald, a fundraiser for cancer research,...

Be Bold, Be Bald to raise money for cancer research

The Newtonite October 9, 2012

by David Kwartler For Be Bold Be Bald, a national event Friday, Nov. 2, hundreds of people across the country will wear bald caps to honor cancer patients and to raise money for cancer research. Every...

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...

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...

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...

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