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Senior Year Projects gives students opportunity to pursue areas of interest

The Newtonite May 24, 2012

by Gloria Li Senior Year Project (SYP) is a unique second-semester opportunity, which allows students to “find something they’ve never done before, but always wanted to do or something they’ve done...

Artist of the Month: Aaron Siegel hopes to pursue career in photography

The Newtonite April 12, 2012

[media-credit name="courtesy Aaron Siegel" align="alignnone" width="300"][/media-credit]"Consumerism" is one of the photographs senior Aaron Siegel took for his Senior Year Project. by Peter Diamond Whether...

Beekeeping may solve allergy issues

The Newtonite August 1, 2011

by Kayla Shore Instead of spending the final term of her senior year counting down the days until freedom, Andrea Marzilli was outside, keeping bees and jarring honey. Marzilli came up with her idea for...

Student says Potter should be taught

The Newtonite August 1, 2011

by Kayla Shore Harry Potter should have a place in classrooms outside of Hogwarts, according to senior Karen Brier. “I think Harry Potter should be used as a text in classes to teach students about mythology,”...

Senior studies tattoo meanings

The Newtonite August 1, 2011

by Kayla Shore That tattoo you are considering getting might carry more meaning than you think. For her Senior Year Project, Ilana Cohen investigated the designs and meanings of American tattoos, and their...

Project investigates products from luxury brands

The Newtonite August 1, 2011

by Meredith Abrams There’s a method behind the success of high-end brand name clothes and luxury items, and Christopher Rao tried to find out what it is, he said. Rao undertook a Senior Year Project...

SYP allows students to independently explore

The Newtonite August 1, 2011

by Meredith Abrams Students can become experts in topics they are interested in through Senior Year Project, according to English teacher Stephen Chinosi. “We believe that our seniors possess incredible...

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