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Student elections adapt to COVID-19

Student elections adapt to COVID-19

Jacob Zalis October 4, 2021

All four grades will be having class elections for student body presidents and vice presidents, as well as the student faculty administration (SFA) Monday, Oct. 18. The setup for this year’s elections...

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North's return to fully in-person learning successful, good example for future

Shira Lobron June 24, 2021

It has been well over a year since students have experienced full classrooms or the post-class hallway rush. North’s return to fully in-person learning on April 26 restored a sense of normalcy, and...

Medical day informs students during pandemic

Medical day informs students during pandemic

Grace Beecher April 30, 2021

Students learned about the COVID-19 vaccine and how the pandemic affected the healthcare system during a virtual Medical Day Wednesday, April 7.  Doctors came to talk throughout the day about how...

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Nitrous Oxide amuses audience through humorous, relevant skits

Emma Brignall March 15, 2021

Nitrous Oxide supplied much-needed humor to the community through amusing yet truthful skits that emphasized the difficulties of the pandemic. Directed by seniors Mikayla Alford and Marley Craine, viewers...

Girls volleyball hosts tryouts for fall II season in the Reggie Gymnasium on Tuesday, Feb. 23 (Photo by Ethan Shin)

Addition of fall II season provides athletic opportunities amid COVID-19 pandemic

Mark Hemment February 23, 2021

North athletes began tryouts Monday, Feb. 22 as the fall II high school sports season commenced. According to the MIAA Director of Communications Tara Bennett “Having the opportunity to participate...

Students struggle to adapt to remote learning schedule

Students struggle to adapt to remote learning schedule

Elizabeth Qian-Tsuchida December 4, 2020

A student sits at their dining room table and turns on their computer. Their microphone and headphones turn on as well. However, they are not planning to play a video game or go online shopping. Instead,...

Students, faculty plan for COVID-19 safe Thanksgiving

Students, faculty plan for COVID-19 safe Thanksgiving

Emma Burns November 26, 2020

Over the past week, many had been wondering how their festive activities for turkey day might be affected in light of the current pandemic. Thanksgiving is a holiday that is based around giving thanks...

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Fall sports teams adapt to new COVID-19 guidelines

James Dun Rappaport November 10, 2020

The soccer team completes passing drills, field hockey begins scrimmages, and the cross country team runs around the track. The fall sports season at North has drawn to a close. Athletes had not played...

The school remains mostly empty, but teachers have the option to work from the building, and students are able to pick up supplies with permission. (photo by Ian Dickerman)

Fleishman addresses return to in-person in exclusive Q&A

Jacob Zalis October 26, 2020

This interview has been edited for clarity and concision. Q: Do you expect that high schools will be back in-person by the end of the school year? A: We have a group right now that’s working very...

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Best TV shows, movies to watch over COVID-19 break

Sophie Fredberg May 1, 2020

Although the COVID-19 outbreak has taken away many things for students, such as school and extracurriculars, it gives us time to spend at home. Many people recommend learning new skills, reading books,...

Plans for spring season push through despite delay due to COVID-19

Plans for spring season push through despite delay due to COVID-19

Griffin Bond April 9, 2020

North, as of right now, will have a spring sports season, despite delay due to the COVID-19 outbreak, but how the season will look for many different sports remains uncertain. The Massachusetts Interscholastic...

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