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
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 I long for those simpler times. I did what I was told, downloading the certificate … 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 country, eventually resulting in members of our school’s faculty receiving death threats. The school has … Continue reading Should Politics Be Discussed in Class?
Caroline Ellison graduated from North in 2012. She won numerous math awards, like placing top 10 at the Harvard MIT math competition and receiving an honorable mention from Math Prize, in addition to representing the North math team. Ellison graduated from Stanford University in 2016. She is currently working as a cryptocurrency trader at Alameda … Continue reading College is Pretty Great-Caroline Ellison ’12
Calley Dias graduated from Newton North High School in 2016 where she participated in varsity cheerleading for 4 years and sang in Jubilee. She is in her junior year at Boston College where she is double majoring in Italian and Communications. Since I interviewed Dias for this article, she has quit varsity cheerleading to become … Continue reading Reflecting on North-Calley Dias ’16