“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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Senator Cory Booker featured at New Jersey kickoff of Hillary headquarters

  Bharati Ganesh On September 18, hundreds of supporters congregated in Princeton for the grand opening of the Hillary for New Jersey State Headquarters.  People talked excitedly among themselves and looked around, hoping to catch glimpses of local representatives.  The “H” logo was plastered on shirts, hats, bags, and faces. The kickoff was organized by …

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Cafeteria introduces new changes with lunch trays, halal options

From scanners in the Lower Dining Hall to a new running track, change has been everywhere this school year.  The cafeteria wasn’t unaffected—over the summer, the district and Sodexo, WW-P’s food managing company, worked toward improving lunch options.  In previous years, students had new options of Boar’s Head sandwiches and soup;  the school now provides …

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Financial Literacy schedule struggles to please all

At the end of the previous school year, Financial Literacy was redesigned to be a 2.5 credit course, the state requirement, and the Board of Education decided students would be allowed to take this course during their study hall.  These students alternate between going to class and staying in study hall for each four day …

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