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Student helps injured hawk found near North

Student helps injured hawk found near North

Anika Bhawalkar November 30, 2022

An injured adolescent hawk was found off the side of Hull street the morning of Friday, Oct. 21 by senior Sage Low. The hawk, which was then brought to the Tufts Wildlife Sanctuary, was found to have been...

Godspell combines biblical messages with musical fun

Godspell combines biblical messages with musical fun

Savannah Bond November 28, 2022

Gospell flung Jesus and his parables into the 21st century. Directed by seniors Jack Kalish-Demaris and Ava Lyons, the musical ran Nov. 9-12 in the Little Theatre. Theatre Ink’s small musical featured...

Senior Zoe Kritzer and sophomore Vivian Kritzer organized a hand turkey display leading up to the Thanksgiving holiday break.

Kindness club creates display promoting gratitude, thankfulness

Jacob Zalis November 28, 2022

North’s community shared what they were grateful for leading up to Thanksgiving break in a  display of hand turkeys on Main Street created by the Kindness Club Wednesday, Nov. 16. “Something that...

Pep rally boosts school spirit, community

Pep rally boosts school spirit, community

Grace Beecher November 4, 2022

Students gathered Tuesday, Nov. 1 to show support for student-athletes as they prepare for post-season play.

Students express concern over Norths handling of January COVID surge

Students express concern over North’s handling of January COVID surge

Andy Zhou February 11, 2022

A surge in cases from the COVID-19 Omicron variant in early January has caused concern among students over how North handled the surge.    According to the city of Newton’s website, Newton...

Asian-American Culture Day shines a light on student experiences

Asian-American Culture Day shines a light on student experiences

Grace Beecher February 26, 2021

Students had the opportunity to attend panels, hear poetry, and listen to alumni during a virtual Asian-American Culture Day Wednesday, Feb. 10.  Each block had different speakers who offered personal...

(Photo courtesy of Naomi Wolfe)

Artist Spotlight: Naomi Wolfe releases music to develop fan base

Sophie Fredberg January 24, 2020

“My entire life, I’ve wanted to tour and release music, which seems kind of unachievable,” said sophomore and singer-songwriter Naomi Wolfe. “A lot of people want fame, but I just love writing...

Students participate in March For Our Lives Boston

Students participate in March For Our Lives Boston

The Newtonite March 31, 2018

Photos by Joelle Sugianto.

Student Faculty Administration to focus on No Homework weekend, recycling

Student Faculty Administration to focus on No Homework weekend, recycling

The Newtonite November 2, 2015

by Cate Waters This year, the Student Faculty Administration (SFA) hopes to brainstorm ideas to promote recycling in this building, continue to serve the school community, and evaluate the No Homework...

Preview: Student creates mosaic inspired by Boston Strong

The Newtonite September 6, 2013

by Maddie Griswold For months, "Boston Strong" has been the rallying cry of a city torn apart by terrorism. So when senior Irina Rojas proposed a mosaic as a tribute to the victims, principal Jennifer...

The Student Foodie: Spring Salads

The Newtonite February 27, 2013

by Douglas Abrams Believe it or not, spring is just around the corner. For most people, spring means more pleasant weather, more time spent outside and shorts-wearing weather. For the student foodie,...

Students, faculty discuss student union design

The Newtonite March 9, 2012

by Jared Perlo Coming off of a restful vacation, the Student Faculty Administration has been working on designing and developing the cafeteria’s student union. The student union has been the SFA’s...

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