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Freshmen Jolie Liu and Nicole Ou sign-in to the library during a lunch block free.

Library pilots new program to track library usage among students

Tali Falk-Judson January 22, 2018

(Photo by Joelle Sugianto) The library has instituted a new LibraryTrac program, a system that requires students to scan into the library using their student IDs or lasid, as of Jan. 2, 2018. The system...

Students, faculty gather in LLC to discuss recent national events

Students, faculty gather in LLC to discuss recent national events

Samantha Fredberg October 11, 2017

Students and faculty met to discuss the effect of the Las Vegas shooting and Hurricane Maria during X-block Thursday, Oct. 5 in the library. The conversation, facilitated by principal Henry Turner, provided...

SFA plans to open up furnished Main Street space with rules

SFA plans to open up furnished Main Street space with rules

Samantha Fredberg October 3, 2017

The Student Faculty Administration (SFA) will begin a trial run of a student space on Main Street in late fall, providing students with space outside of the cafeteria to socialize, according to administration...

School council meeting focuses on behavioral expectations, LLC closure

School council meeting focuses on behavioral expectations, LLC closure

Rose Skylstad September 15, 2017

Student, teacher, and parent representatives met to discuss school “norms” and “social and civic behavior” expectations as focuses for the year in school council’s first session this Monday....

Learning Commons adds electronics

The Newtonite October 28, 2011

[media-credit name="Gabe Dreyer" align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit]Senior Gwendolyn Stoll looks at apps in the Library Learning Commons. by Hilary Brumberg Librarians of the Library Learning...

New policy allows underclassmen to visit library during canceled classes

The Newtonite October 4, 2011

by Alex Feit Housemasters, campus aides and librarians devised a new policy that allows underclassmen with canceled classes to go to the Library Learning Commons, rather than stay in the cafeteria. “We...

Faculty members recount school superlatives

The Newtonite September 26, 2011

[media-credit name="Julia Moss" align="alignleft" width="276"][/media-credit]The thickest textbook at this school has 1247 pages. by Julia Moss Biggest textbook: Biology, at 1247 pages. English teacher...

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