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Disability Awareness Day strives to promote inclusivity

Peter Edwards, News editor May 8, 2023

North’s first Disability Awareness Day (DAD), hosted by students taking the Leadership in Diverse Society class, educated students and staff in a stride towards greater inclusion Wednesday, April 5. The...

Senior Zoe Kritzer and sophomore Vivian Kritzer organized a hand turkey display leading up to the Thanksgiving holiday break.

Kindness club creates display promoting gratitude, thankfulness

Jacob Zalis November 28, 2022

North’s community shared what they were grateful for leading up to Thanksgiving break in a  display of hand turkeys on Main Street created by the Kindness Club Wednesday, Nov. 16. “Something that...

Senior Edie Pike speaks at an event to honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg after her passing. (photo courtesy of Edie Pike)

Edie Pike ramps up for new advocacy project

Grace Beecher November 22, 2020

Senior Edie Pike has always been interested in hearing other people’s stories. From chatting with friends and teachers to listening to people on her podcast, Voices, Pike has found numerous ways to...

(Photo courtesy of Jonathan Yue)

Ligerbots gives back to the community

David Feng December 14, 2019

Excited chatter filled up the auditorium and Main Street as students in Ligerbots competed in the First Lego League (FLL) after months of preparation, Saturday Dec. 14. Ligerbots hosted the robotics...

North parent and Trivia Night co-chair Greg Wymer leads each round of questions. (Photo by Ian Dickerman)

Theatre Ink hosts annual Trivia Night fundraiser

Yesha Thakkar February 6, 2019

Do you know what the little piece of plastic or metal at the end of your shoelace is called? How about the word for the cardboard cylinder you slip around your favorite Starbucks order? More than 60...

First annual Multicultural Night celebrates cultural diversity in North community

First annual Multicultural Night celebrates cultural diversity in North community

Helen Xiao April 5, 2018

(photo courtesy of NNHS PTSO) Members of the North community gathered in the cafeteria to celebrate and recognize the diverse cultures of students at North during the first ever Multicultural Night on...

Graphic by Jai Khurana

Opinion: What's Unique About North?

Sophie Ravina February 26, 2018

The bell rang and 2200 students filed their way to class. Buzzing excitedly after their summer, it is the voices of 2200 students I had never met before. I braced myself for a day just like the ones I...

(host of Theaterink Trivia Night - insert name here) hosts Theaterinks first trivia night fundraiser

Theater Ink hosts first-ever trivia night fundraiser

Hari Narayanan February 2, 2018

(Photo by Joelle Sugianto) Do you know what that metal band that holds your pencil eraser in place is called? How about the term for a sentence that uses all 26 letters of the alphabet? Theater Ink raised...

Photo by Rose Skylstad

Congressman Joe Kennedy III hosts town hall meeting at North

Rose Skylstad April 7, 2017

Congressman Joe Kennedy III answered citizens’ questions and concerns in a town hall meeting focusing on healthcare and Russia in the auditorium Sunday, April 2. An estimated 600 citizens from Massachusetts’...

Preview: Student creates mosaic inspired by Boston Strong

The Newtonite September 6, 2013
For months, "Boston Strong" has been the rallying cry of a city torn apart by terrorism. So when senior Irina Rojas proposed a mosaic as a tribute to the victims, principal Jennifer Price was fully supportive.
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