By Hannah Liu All memes, including the featured image, were created by senior Ben Archer I took AP US history with Dr. Ibokette last year, and I was an average student in that class. Almost, a year later, I thought … Continue reading 9 Things I wish I knew before I signed up for AP US History, My Honest Perspective told through Memes
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 … Continue reading Can the Patriots Do the Impossible Again?
Frustrated teenager from the posh suburb of Newton, Massachusetts says she should would rather live in some third world country, or at least Boston, and experience real struggle. She has everything that I could ask for in life, but she … Continue reading Satire: Coddled, Rich Teen gets Bored of Privilege
This morning, principal Turner called a moment of silence for the three tragedies that occurred over the weekend. Of the three, the one that has received the most media coverage and the one that hit the closest to home was … Continue reading The Tragedy in Pittsburgh
Just a few weeks ago, the whole of the Newton North community received a fateful email from the administration, informing us that we would need to install a security certificate in order to access the wifi from now on. How … Continue reading What’s the Deal with the WiFi: The World is Ending
North’s history department faced a crisis this summer. Over the break, the conservative news source The Federalist released emails sent between North teachers that caused a national controversy. It was picked up by Fox News and spread all over the … Continue reading Should Politics Be Discussed in Class?
In a poll taken by this publication, 38% of students said they did not think North did enough to ensure safety. That’s a dangerous number; it is incredibly important to the functioning of the school for students to at least … Continue reading What Can the School Do to Make Students Feel Safe?