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FORJ panel discusses benefits of safe spaces in Newton schools

Savannah Bond February 17, 2022

The Newton Families Organizing for Racial Justice (FORJ) discussed the benefits of race-related affinity groups and the affinity spaces at North and South on a Zoom webinar Thursday, Jan. 27 with NPS high...

'As You Like It' combines North, South actors in charming play about love

'As You Like It' combines North, South actors in charming play about love

Zoe Goldstein June 13, 2017

As a warm wind swept through the open, green courtyard, a group of actors dressed in black and white Edwardian-era costumes entered the open space in front of a tree bristling with leaves. Music sprung...

Boys' gymnastics wins State Title

Boys' gymnastics wins State Title

The Newtonite February 10, 2015

by MacKenzie Silvia Boys’ gymnastics won the State Title last Friday. Combined this season with South, the team was able to find its rhythm and compete as a unit, said junior Vitaliy Kates, a captain...

Freshman Ethan Wright drives for a basket last Saturday at the TD Garden in a 61-46 win over South.

Boys' basketball defeats South at TD Garden

The Newtonite January 12, 2015

by MacKenzie Silvia Boys’ basketball, 10-0, beat South, 6-3, 61-46 at the second annual Good Sports Invitational at TD Garden last Saturday. The game remained close throughout the first two quarters....

Junior Nate Hollenberg drives to the basket during the Natick game. Photo by Robin Donohoe.

South looks for revenge at TD Garden Game

The Newtonite January 9, 2015

by MacKenzie Silvia Boys’ basketball, 8-0, plays South, 6-2, at the TD Garden tomorrow at 3 p.m. The Tigers hope to gain another win against South after beating the Lions 71-69 Dec. 29 in the first...

Preview: Jubilee Singers present special guests from South’s Harambee Gospel Choir

The Newtonite January 26, 2014

by Maya Abou-Rizk This school’s Jubilee Singers will be performing their Winter Concert “One More Time!” in the auditorium next Saturday at 7 p.m., with special guests from South’s Harambee Gospel...

Field hockey clinches State Tournament

The Newtonite October 17, 2012

 by Jacob Schwartz Five minutes into the second half Monday, with field hockey down 1-0, a pass to freshman Rachel Hamilton landed her right in front of South’s goalie. Hamilton battled with the goalie...

Modified schedule creates new opportunities

The Newtonite October 12, 2012

by Gloria Li “If Newton North hadn’t allowed us to take classes there then I would not have been able to continue taking Chinese this year, so I enjoy this new opportunity,” said South senior Jenny...

Ligerbots competes in informal competition

The Newtonite June 6, 2012

by Samantha Libraty Saturday, the Ligerbots, this school and South’s combined robotics team, competed in the Beantown Blitz, an informal competition held at Northeastern University, according to junior...

Winners of writing competition share work

The Newtonite May 11, 2012

by Peter Diamond Winners of the 56th Annual M. Roland Heintzelman Memorial Awards read original pieces aloud E-block yesterday in the auditorium. The Annual M. Roland Heintzelman Memorial Awards recognizes...

Preview: Annual Shakespeare play to go on stage

The Newtonite April 26, 2012

[media-credit name="Leah Budson" align="alignleft" width="200"][/media-credit]Freshman Jane Maunsell rehearses for "Twelfth Night." by Leah Budson Plays by Shakespeare—intimidating in their legacy and...

Column: Modified schedule benefits school

The Newtonite April 11, 2012

[media-credit name="courtesy Jennifer Price" align="alignright" width="231"][/media-credit]Next year, Tuesday and Wednesday morning schedules will be switched, but the rest of the days will remain the...

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