Here’s the lesson Jon Stewart has taught me about the world: just because you can laugh at something doesn’t mean you don’t care about it; quite the opposite, in fact. […]
—By Michael Bamford & Liam Knox— Opinion Editor Liam Knox and Copy Editor Michael Bamford met with new vice principal Peter James to discuss math, soccer, scuba diving, and Royster’s […]
—By Liam Knox & David Yaffe-Bellany— The drama of last December—the unlikely involvement of a Hollywood farce in a long-running geopolitical standoff, the surreal spectacle of President Obama calling on Sony […]
—By Michael Bamford & Vansh Bansal— The girls’ basketball team entered last Friday’s rivalry game against South at 8-6, ready to take on a robust Pirates squad. The game, which had […]
Knightly News Opinion Editor Liam Knox worked out with the basketball team. Maybe he shouldn’t go for the three-point shots as often.
—By Julia Bannon and Elise Gorberg— Prom: the pinnacle of the high school experience, what separates the strong from the weak, the boys from the men, and the stylish from […]
The bright red text on the ww-p.org homepage is the text of triumph, of relief, of salvation, of snow days. It appears during grueling weeks of school, or after long […]
Knightly News Opinion Editor Liam Knox joined the fencing team for a pre-season workout. He survived. Barely.
Physical Education teacher Beth Serughetti congratulates first place winners Liam Knox and Sam Sun in the senior swing dance competition. —Bushra Hasan The swing dance competition took place on Friday, January […]
It’s no secret that the competitive nature of WW-P leads to a hefty workload. That’s why district administration recently scheduled four “No Homework Nights” in an attempt to alleviate student […]
WW-P Board of Education President Anthony Fleres (second from right) speaks at the board’s December 9 meeting. The board voted 6 to 2 to approve a series of changes to […]
This is the first installment in a new Knightly News series about the men and women who work behind the scenes at North: the janitors, security guards, secretaries, mechanics and […]
As the bitter weather consumes the football turfs, soccer pitches, and field hockey fields, the sports world turns its attention to winter sports. The three-month winter season kicked off as […]
Then and Now: (Left) Principal Michael Zapicchi, Vice Principal Doug Eadie and Vice Principal Melissa Levine at the 2002 senior prom. (Right) Levine, Zapicchi and Eadie earlier this year. Eadie will […]
—Wikipedia It’s a story West Windsor-Plainsboro high school students have told each other for almost a decade: Stanford University, now the nation’s most selective college, has blacklisted WW-P applicants, only […]
A chilly chemistry classroom highlights some of the HVAC problems the school has faced. —Bushra Hasan —by Michael Bamford & Hannah Mitlak— “One minute you’re in a classroom with a […]