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Carpentry teacher Garrett Tingle works with students to install the prototype benches. (Photo by Joelle Sugianto)

Carpentry students install senior gift benches on Main Street

Carolyn McDonald October 24, 2018

Two wooden benches made by carpentry students were installed on Main Street, Wednesday, Oct. 10. The benches are serving as prototypes for the Class of 2018 gift. “I pointed out the benches to my friend...

Custodians and guidance aides block the arts corridor and courtyard due to the flood. (Photo by Joelle Sugianto)

Storm causes floods on first floor

Zoe Goldstein September 18, 2018

Water flooded from drainpipes down the hallway near the arts courtyard during d-block Tuesday morning after heavy rain. Campus aides and school administration blocked off those hallways and the G and H...

Main Street now open to students after lunch

Main Street now open to students after lunch

The Newtonite April 10, 2018

by Sophie Murthy and Hari Narayanan Main Street and the corridor on Tiger Drive opened to North students during the last two blocks of the day, starting on April 2 after years of discussion within the...

SFA pilots open Main Street for third lunch

SFA pilots open Main Street for third lunch

Samantha Fredberg November 15, 2017

Due to an overcrowding cafeteria, the Student Faculty Administration (SFA) passed a bill allowing food and providing cafeteria tables on Main Street for third lunch. Senior Ian Reid, an SFA member, proposed...

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...

Photo by Joelle Sugianto

International Day brings world cultures to Main Street

The Newtonite June 14, 2017

by Laura Schmidt-Hong The sound of music and the smell of food filled Main Street Tuesday, May 23 during second lunch as students crowded around booths covered with posters and decorations for International...

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