During the month of February, the students and faculty of High School North and High School South worked to construct presentations, interactive activities, and guest speaker panels to address various subjects surrounding Black history and identity.
The Introduction to Political and Legal Experiences (IPLE) team virtually attended the “We the People” New Jersey state competition this year, getting second place and securing a spot to compete at a national competition this April.
Jack Carter Staff Writer Ria Prasad Staff Writer Taylor Alphonso Staff Writer COVID-19 has changed our world in so many ways, and college admissions are no exception. Changes, including the […]
District administrators have begun many conversations to reevaluate the way they educate students about race, and they, along with other members of the community, have already taken steps to address these issues. However, the work has only just begun.
On Tuesday, January 19, the College Board announced the discontinuation of both its optional SAT essay and its SAT subject tests. The board also revealed their plans for a “streamlined, digitally delivered” SAT test. Both changes came after several months of test cancellations and adamant frustration regarding adherence to Covid-19 protocols at testing sites.
By: Knightly News Staff We asked the members of The Knightly News: How are you feeling about the impending election? Though none of the members will be able to vote this year, we still have a range of opinions on the various developments in one of the most hectic cycles in recent memory. Some were worried about the potential for […]
By: Ananya Dondapati & Ananya Sathish This year, High School North’s spring musical is Mary Poppins. The cast has entered “hell week” as students now spend hours after school practicing […]
By: Ananya Dondapati and Nona Saharan Tributes to Kobe and Gigi Bryant decorate the whiteboard in UDH. The drawings were originally started by Senior Marcus Sabian Santiago but other students […]
By Kieran Sattiraju & Ismail Sy The WWP North wrestling team finished the Mercer County Championships with two third place individual fighters, Tim Glynn (pictured on the right) and Tom […]
By: Edward Simon Cruz Flags from the United Kingdom and European Union wave in the wind outside of the UK Parliament Building. Photo Credit: Politico.eu On January 29, the European Parliament […]
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 […]
By: Emma Gampper, Shivam Kapoor, Ranjini Krishnan, and Ananya Sathish Teachers Anita Stewart and Lorraine Sieben sit with some of the many pouches they have made for orphaned wildlife in Australia. […]
By: Rafeea Tamboli and Megan Leung During the grade-wide assemblies hosted in early September, the administration met with each grade to go over the myriad of changing policies at […]
By: Michael Miller and Neha Badade The last time High School North thespians performed Shakespeare was back in 2004, with Much Ado About Nothing. That is why the cast […]
By: Shubham Saharan and Miriam Lubin Last year alone, opioid overdoses claimed the lives of nearly 2,000 New Jersey residents—a number exceeding the population size of many small New […]
By: Srinidhi Ananth 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 by Jon Watkins, is an […]