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Senior Jacob Viveiros sits in on a reverse field trip in the film lecture hall for history teacher David Bedars Middle East, Asia, Latin America (MEALA) course Monday, Nov. 23. (photo by Ian Dickerman)

Seniors hope for smooth college application process amid COVID-19

Dea Cela November 29, 2020

As colleges adjust the application process to COVID-19, seniors across the United States face a unique challenge as they begin to wrap up the college application process. Some have decided to make the...

Senior Edie Pike works at her desk at home. (photo courtesy of Pike)

Seniors maintain positive outlook for remote school year

Helen Xiao September 17, 2020

The fall breeze of September typically marks the reopening of high school with students streaming back into the building. Seniors, ready to embark on the last year of high school, arrive at the building...

Football runs onto the field before the game. (Photo by Joelle Sugianto)

Football defeats Brookline in annual Thanksgiving Day Game

Jake Forbes November 22, 2018

Football defeated Brookline 33-6 at home this morning in the 124th annual Thanksgiving Day Game. “This was such a special game because of the long tradition that it has,” said senior Nick Busa, a captain...

What are your goals now that the school year is almost over?

The Newtonite June 13, 2016

by Laura Schmidt-Hong   Tiger Question: What are your goals now that the school year is almost over?   “I want to get the highest grades this term and do well on my finals.” - Freshman Isabella...

Contestants of Mr. 014 singing Let it Go

Jermel Wright wins Mr. 014 pageant

The Newtonite May 22, 2014

by Jake Sims Speyer On Monday night in the little theatre, senior Jermel Wright beat out five other seniors in the Mr. 014 competition, which is a cross between a beauty pageant and a talent show. Mr....

Senior Sam Mayer, far left, second row, attended Milton Academys Mountain School during second semester of the 2012-13 school year.

For students, semester-long educational programs becomes a popular option

The Newtonite September 23, 2013

by Alex Feit Hike mountains. Chop trees for firewood for the night. Camp overnight in the woods in two foot snow, then try to find your way back home using little more than a compass, a map, and your...

Seniors in the Mr. 013 competition dance to Gangnam Style Thursday, Jan. 24.

For contestants, Mr. '013 competition proves a night to let loose

The Newtonite February 6, 2013

by Alex Feit Before he would walk the runway in a pink tutu and prance onstage, senior Jonathan Kim had a few choice words to say to his competitors. “The other contestants should have better things...

Students recognized as National Merit semifinalists

The Newtonite October 18, 2012

by Samantha Libraty Nine seniors were recognized as National Merit Scholarship semifinalists for their high scores on the Preliminary SAT (PSAT) last year, according to vice principal Midge Connolly. Some...

Seniors discuss significance, responsibility of voting in upcoming presidential election

The Newtonite October 9, 2012

[media-credit name="Jordan Robins" align="alignnone" width="258"] by Malini Gandhi From large-scale phenomena, such as the youth-driven Occupy movement and the lightning-fast diffusion of Arab spring in...

Graduates present customized topiary as senior gift

The Newtonite June 6, 2012

[media-credit name="Perrin Stein" align="alignnone" width="300"][/media-credit]The Class of 2012 donated bushes, which spell "NNHS." The topiary is located next to the multi-purpose field. by Amanda Hills Overlooking...

Editorial: Explore options besides college

The Newtonite June 6, 2012

At this school, the majority of students leave for college after senior year. However, students should consider less-traveled roads of post-graduation choices. Some of these roads may include community...

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