New Year, New You!

New Year, New You!

Megan Aprill, Staff Writer

January 4, 2017


Filed under Editorial, Features, News, School News, Showcase

According to Forbes Magazine, only 8% of people kept their resolutions last year.

Decisions, Decisions!

Decisions, Decisions!

Megan Aprill, Staff Writer

November 30, 2016


Filed under Editorial, Features, School News, Showcase

Make sure the schools you pick are truly places you want to spend an important four years of your life!

Making a Difference

Making a Difference

November 30, 2016


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NPHS Students Tutoring with Teens4Refugees

Concerts in November

Concerts in November

Natasha Malonza, staff writer

November 7, 2016


Filed under Features, News

Music lovers and concert goers alike take note.  Just because the winter is fast approaching, there is still much to do and see.  With amazing artists from all around the world coming to venues nearby, there is something for everyone with Alternative Rock, Pop, R&B, Rock, Classical and Country...

The SAT: New Test, New Focus, New Criticism

The SAT:  New Test, New Focus, New Criticism

Gianna Giordano, Staff Writer

March 4, 2015


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In March 2014, David Coleman, the current president of the College Board, announced that a new version of the SAT will emerge in the spring of 2016.  According to the College Board, the new exam is more in line with what students are taught in school and is also a better indicator of success in college. ...

Music for the Masses

Music for the Masses

Claire Suh, Staff Writer

March 4, 2015


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New Providence High School's music club, formed only last year, is flourishing under the supervision of Ms. Ciambrone and club founders Daiki Ogino and William Turner.  The two seniors started the club last year for students who have a passion for music.  All students are welcome to join, even those...

A Feast for the Soul

Claire Suh, Staff Writer

January 19, 2015


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I slammed the car door closed and slumped my way to the entrance of the restaurant that my parents chose for dinner that night. I glanced indifferently to the dingy neon sign above the door as I approached the building. After several disappointing meals of subpar tourist fare that crushed my lofty expectations...

Disney’s Into the Woods Fails to Deliver

Ilse Sweldens, Staff Writer

January 19, 2015


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Rob Marshall’s film adaptation of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s Into the Woods debuted this Christmas, and, despite its star-studded cast, vibrant musical numbers, and competent acting, it stumbles due to its muddled tone and flawed pacing. Into the Woods combines various traditional fairy...

Sad or SAD?

Sad or SAD?

Gianna Giordano, Staff Writer

January 7, 2015


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You notice yourself "slowing down" in the winter months.  You would rather go to sleep really early than have dinner with friends on a weekend night.  It feels nearly impossible for you to keep your New Year’s resolution of eating more fruits and vegetables.  It becomes harder for you to concentrate...

Whether the Weather be Fine or Not

Whether the Weather be Fine or Not

Jenni Fuchs, Staff Writer

January 7, 2015


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With inclement weather comes increasingly dangerous driving conditions.  A significant number of the upperclass student body have their license and should take special precaution as the roads become icy and slick.  12th graders have the privilege to park in the 'senior lot' but not without certain...

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