By Hannah Liu Photos taken by Ian Dickerman David Hogg, gun control activist and survivor of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas shootings, spoke to the students of Newton North High School on February 7th, almost a year after the shooting occurred, about fighting for better gun control and also a better future. Below are some key … Continue reading Highlights from David Hogg’s Talk
Senior Raz Perl started triathlons when she was 12 years old. After a short break, she started training for triathlons when she moved to the States from Israel her sophomore year of high school. She is currently training for the Pan American Maccabi Games in Mexico City, Mexico this July 5-15. According to the Maccabi … Continue reading Raz Perl, aspiring pro triathlete, what the Maccabi Games represent for her
Three straight Super Bowls. Three. Straight. Super Bowls. Oh, it feels good just writing that. What the Patriots are doing is so insane, so completely unprecedented, that it is hard to understand the magnitude. Nobody goes to three straight Super Bowls. Hell, nobody goes to two. The modern NFL is built to discourage that. Tight … Continue reading Can the Patriots Do the Impossible Again?
In the past few years, the number of student musicians producing music outside of school has been on the rise. Either that or increased awareness of the music projects are brought to public light through the use of social media. The musicians listed in no particular order have advanced their musical interests through various platforms … Continue reading 6 Newton North Musicians to Follow in 2019
Today we’re taking a detour. There’s construction on the highway to Talivision so we’re gonna have to get there some other way. Let’s turn off TV drive, and go down trap music avenue. Today’s topic, Young Thug. That’s right. You’ve all been waiting for it. What does Tali, white, suburban boy, have to say about … Continue reading Young Thug is a Genius
The sports world has always been very closely connected to the fans of the game, and this is especially true during the holiday season. Every team has its own way of giving back to the community, and helping out. As I was scrolling through my social media streams on Tuesday, I came across a truly … Continue reading Highlight of the Week 12.6.18
Monday was the annual Ballon D’Or awards, which is given out by the French Football Association, the largest awards show in soccer. There were all sorts of surprises, from the creation of the Kopa Award (given to the best player under 21), the first female Ballon D’Or going to Ada Hegerberg, and Luka Modric winning … Continue reading Thinking on the Spot- Ballon D’Or
As a big hockey fan, it pains me to watch the NHL decline. Not many people care about hockey anymore, especially with the rise in popularity in the NBA. In an attempt to gain popularity, the league announced that it would be expanding to Seattle on Tuesday. According to the NHL’s website, the team will … Continue reading Highlight of the Week 12.4.18
In August, Columbia Records paid over 4 million dollars for a previously unknown artist named Dominic Fike. Since then, he has dropped his first set of music. His first EP, Don’t Forget About Me, Demos barely reaches a fifteen minute run time, but every second is packed with something special. The first track, “Three … Continue reading Who Is Dominic Fike?
Germany has always been one of the world’s best soccer countries. They have been to 19 of the 21 world cups, advanced to the round of sixteen 17 times, and won the Cup four times, most recently in 2014. Since then, Germany has spiraled downward, getting knocked out of this summer’s World Cup in the … Continue reading Thinking on the Spot- League of Nations