Give Me a… Mrs. J!

Give Me a… Mrs. J!

Priscilla Senger, Staff Writer

April 20, 2019


Filed under Club News, Features, News, School News, Showcase, Sports, Student Voices

Cheerleading has always had a special place in heart ever since I was a cheerleader in High School. When the opportunity presented itself last year, I knew I owed it to myself to go for it.

Lowering that Stress Level We All Have

Lowering that Stress Level We All Have

Emma Littlejohn, staff writer

March 20, 2019


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

Homework assignments, vocabulary quizzes, chapter tests, long essays, oh my.  The transition period into the year has come and gone, and the tasks to do are piling up.  Consequently this means the stress levels are rising steadily.  But do they have to? A little stress is inevitable, however too much...

BTS Changes the Music Scene

BTS Changes the Music Scene

Eesha Patel, staff writer

February 20, 2019


Filed under Features, News, Showcase, Student Voices

Blood. Sweat. Tears. That’s what BTS pours into their music. Also known as Beyond the Scene, this seven man group is the most popular K-Pop group in South Korea and is on their way to being the best music group in the world. Under the entertainment company BigHit, they debuted in 2013 and immediately...

Slime or Sublime?

Slime or Sublime?

Elizabeth Blank, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018


Filed under Club News, Features, News

Slime?  You either hate it or love it.   Yes it's a trend, and yes it is a very big trend.   The idea of mixing glue, shaving cream, lotion, food coloring, Tide, or contact solution is a satisfying experience.   If you haven't heard of this, it is about time you found out.  Why is slime so trendy? Let’s...

Future Civic Leaders off to a Great Start

Future Civic Leaders off to a Great Start

Kareena Kullar, staff writer

November 19, 2018


Filed under Club News, Features, News, School News, Showcase

Their mission is to become leaders within the community by following their passions to elicit change.

Play Ball!

Elizabeth Blank, staff writer

May 1, 2018


Filed under Club News, Features, News, School News, Sports

  The New Providence Softball team is off to a great start this year. They started in the beginning of March and have a record of 4-4. The team is lead by team captains Katie Harris, Kelly Doyle, and Alexa Graham. It is always a blast at their games. Everyone should go to watch one game this...

Skating at Oakwood Park

Skating at Oakwood Park

Bruna Silvestre, staff writer

January 16, 2018


Filed under Features, News, Showcase

Oakwood Park, typically filled with ice skaters and hockey players of all ages, has been left deserted after an odd temperature spike in mid-January melted the ice. Oakwood Park recently became a family attraction after park renovations finished in April of 2017 and the frozen pond was opened to the...

The Marching Band Recognizes its Seniors

The Marching Band Recognizes its Seniors

Troy Droussiotis, Mia Fusillo, and Ben Gotoff, staff writers

December 20, 2017


Filed under Club News, News, School News, Showcase, Student Voices

Miriam Hyde, Woodwind Captain What is the most rewarding or enjoyable aspect of being a section leader? "The most rewarding part of being a captain is giving back to the band after it has given me so much. I have absolutely loved my experience in the Marching Band, and much of this is due to the ...

New Media Center Creates a New Atmosphere for Students

New Media Center Creates a New Atmosphere for Students

Elizabeth Blank and Emma Littlejohn, Staff Writers

December 20, 2017


Filed under Features, News, School News, Student Voices

A 9th grader from NPHS stated, “I loved all the new technology.”

What Do We Think? One Student’s Reaction To New Bell Schedule

What Do We Think?  One Student’s Reaction To New Bell Schedule

Megan Aprill, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017


Filed under News, School News, Showcase, Student Voices

It is also fun to have something different.

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