Plainsboro hosts Police Program to address residents’ security concerns

By: Fariha Tamboli and Rafeea Tamboli Many students compare living in West Windsor and Plainsboro to living in a bubble.  With Blue-Ribbon schools and great community centers, this area has earned itself a notable reputation: safe and secure.  And, for the most part, this reputation holds true.  However, every town in America witnesses its fair …

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We for She brings the fight for gender equality to North

By: Bharati Ganesh At “International Day of the Girl Speak Out” on October 11 at the United Nations, equal rights activists from across the country gathered to watch performances, celebrating girl power and engaging in discussions about reaching marginalized women.  Dignitaries working to promote women’s rights gave speeches praising girls succeeding in the face of …

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Mr. Villafane: the proud Mr. James-resembling LDH proctor

By: Srinidhi Ananth and Ritika Mukund             Usually found sitting in the lower dining hall watching over the horde of students in study hall is none other than Michael Villafane, the man deemed the “Mr. James lookalike.” But Villafane is far more than a replica of Mr. James; he is the school’s volleyball coach and, …

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“The Adding Machine” brings nuanced drama to North

By: Srinidhi Anant and Neha Tailigeri On November 17, 18, and 19, North’s theatrical department will put on the year’s fall drama, “The Adding Machine,” by Elmer Rice.  Robert Corriveau, the co-advisor of the drama, describes “The Adding Machine” as a cautionary tale about machines replacing human labor in the workforce.  The protagonist Mr. Zero, played …

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WW-P holds an open forum to address parents’ concerns

By: Srinidhi Ananth, Michael Miller, and Isha Patlola Last October, WW-P superintendent David Aderhold issued a letter to parents to address the high stress levels in the district.  This letter stirred up controversy in the community, and ever since then, the school district has been progressively working on addressing the concerns of students, teachers, and …

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Girls’ Tennis looks to improve after County tournaments

The girls’ tennis team played in the Mercer County Tennis Tournament on Monday, September 24th, and Wednesday, September 28th.  The tournament was held in Mercer County Park, where the girls played in the first and second rounds, as well as the quarterfinals. The tournament is split into two sections—the main draw and the back draw. …

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