The Glow-Up Syndrome—Diet Culture During the Pandemic
Staff Writers: Saranya Mandapaty and Yasmeen London Opinion Editor: Anusha Bapat Schools across the nation shutting down, one by one, like a game of dominoes gone awry. Utter isolation, forced […]
The Power Of Fiction
Staff Writer: Pooja Narayan Opinion Editor: Anusha Bapat By scrolling through just a few Google searches, one can find numerous childcare blogs dedicated to persuading children to read nonfiction. Suggestions […]
UConn Students Assemble to Show Support for Classmate After Mishandling of Sexual Assault Case
Students came together to protest the problematic ways that UConn has been handling sexual assault and rape cases that have been reported to campus police. This issue has been ongoing for years, but only recently did it spark conversation once again.
The Portrayal of High School in Television—Why is Explicit TV So Popular?
Natalie Leung Features Editor CW: Graphic Content Scrolling through the Trending Now section on Netflix, it’s hard not to notice that a majority of the shows focus on the lives […]
New York City: The United States’ Immiscible Melting Pot
Staff Writer: Sneha Dev A melting pot contains a variety of elements and colors that overlap, resulting in people not just sharing qualities, but also coming together in order to […]
The 2021 NJ election: What’s next?
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.
COVID Conversations: Debriefing with WW-P Administration
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 […]
The Return To Normalcy (for the most part at least)
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 […]
Trying One of The Most Popular Eats in New Jersey; Are the Nachos Deserving of the #1 Spot?
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 […]
Homecoming: How Setbacks Evolved into Spirit
Gabby Lamboy & Hana Mahmutbegovic Staff Writers The crowd roars and rumbles. The stadium is packed with high schoolers cheering under their masks. […]
New and Improved: A Long List of Renovations for WW-P
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 […]
Among Us: The Game That Saved Quarantine
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.
The Art of Mask Buying During The Pandemic
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.
Sweet Sixteens During Bitter Times
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 […]
Knights of the Round Table: Redefining Homecoming
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.”