New Jersey is one of two states that has local elections on odd-numbered years. After a mystifying gubernatorial election, the state must be prepared to face future challenges.
Ananya Dondapati, Ria Prasad, Raunaq Nona Saharan, and Jack Carter The Knightly News Editorial Board Following a full school reopening for the first time since March of 2020, administrators have […]
Anusha Bapat Opinion Editor I look to my right in the hallways of High School North at 7:15 in the morning and see the lost freshman attempting to find their […]
Madison Schechtman Staff Writer Finding yourself stuck in a whirlwind of affordable food options in the small college town has never been easier; the many small businesses as well as […]
Gabby Lamboy & Hana Mahmutbegovic Staff Writers The crowd roars and rumbles. The stadium is packed with high schoolers cheering under their masks. […]
Anusha Bapat Opinion Editor Victoria Li Staff Writer Over the last few years, an increasing number of residential developments within the WW-P school district have been drafted, designed, and constructed. This influx of housing translates to an estimated 3,200+ students of all different ages flooding into the schools over the course of the coming years. The potential gain of 200-300 […]
After a tumultuous 2020, I never expected to find a way to connect with my friends the way I did before. But Among Us, through its simplicity, suspense, and nostalgic feel, brought a smile on my face during tough times.
This pandemic has forced us to look toward a new form of self-expression; a form that we could never have anticipated. These days, masks have been vital as a form of protection from the virus but also as another accessory to style your outfit with.
Tanika Mally Arts & Review Editor Just last year if you were to ask me how I would celebrate my sweet sixteen, I probably would have responded by describing the […]
Each year, homecoming week culminates with the crowning of a king and queen. However this tradition has become outmoded and remains exclusionary. In order to make this event more inclusive, High School North has decided to abandon the custom, and, instead, begin a new tradition: “The Knights of the Round Table.”
By Imogen Lubin Editor-in-Chief I didn’t expect to like virtual school as much as I do. In fact, I struggled with choosing my 2020 learning model. I feared online school […]
By Natalie Leung Staff Writer No More Mid-Day Pancakes At exactly 6:30 a.m., I hear the excruciating sound of my alarm clock, signaling the ever so dreaded time of the day; when I have to get ready for school. Something about it is still quite unsettling, as it’s been almost half a year since I’ve done so. Nevertheless, the morning […]
By: Tanika Mally They say to shoot for the stars, but Katherine Johnson shot for the moon instead. Breaking through the gender and racial barriers in the segregated South during the early 1960s, Johnson was responsible for the successful landing of Apollo 11 on the moon, as well as its safe return. Equipped with her exceptionally adept mathematical mind and […]
By: Edward Simon Cruz With people stuck at home, more people are on Netflix and other streaming services. As shows like Love is Blind and Tiger King took the Internet by storm, I revisited an old, under-appreciated gem. Netflix cancelled One Day at a Time last year, but the show’s small but loyal following prompted the cable network Pop TV […]
With all the time we’re spending in our homes now during quarantine, we thought it fitting to share different aspects of our lives during this period in an effort to […]
By: Ismail Sy Photo credit: NBA News I was five years old, and I had just returned home from my first day of kindergarten. I finally got to see my […]