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Artwork by students of color was displayed outside the Little Theatre for the audience to see. (Photo by Emma Brignall)

Lost and Found highlights BIPOC perspectives through stories

Angela Nie February 2, 2022

Lost and Found provided students of color an opportunity to share their personal, insightful stories about race and identity. Directed by seniors Olivia Helfrich-Tapia, Ben Tang, and junior Abby Puduseril,...

Lost and Found showcases the experiences of BIPOC students through personal stories

Lost and Found showcases the experiences of BIPOC students through personal stories

Maxwell Lu February 18, 2021

Composed of down-to-earth skits, original songs, and powerful monologues, Lost and Found gave students of color the opportunity to share their race-related experiences on a personalized level. Directed...

(Graphic by Maya Demissie)

Miamas: Edie's Story

The Newtonite December 12, 2019

Welcome to Miamas, a podcast devoted to sharing the stories of North. In a Fredrik Backman novel, Miamas is a fictional land of fairytales. This student-run podcast brings light to the fairytales in...

BLAC members wait in the wing for presentations to begin. (Photo by Ian Dickerman)

BLAC presentations discuss race, celebrate black culture

The Newtonite February 23, 2019

A-block by Yesha Thakkar Teacher panelists discussed how to engage in conversations about race in the classroom during a-block of Black Leadership Advisory Council (BLAC) Day. The panelists were...

Column: Eliminate prejudices, violent stigma surrounding 'thug image'

The Newtonite September 8, 2014

by Peter Diamond There is an undeniable racial achievement gap in this school. Honors and AP classes almost all have a white majority, and despite its core value of diversity and programs dedicated to...

Alpine performs well under harsh weather conditions

The Newtonite February 1, 2013

by Ryan Condon Skiing under challenging weather conditions, alpine skiing competed in its second race Monday at Blue Hills, according to senior Julie Chan, a captain with senior Mark Vrahas. “The team...

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