NPHS Gets Dramatic

NPHS Gets Dramatic

Priscilla Senger, staff writer

January 13, 2020

We got to see a lot of talented students, and I even bumped into Gaten Matarazzo, Dustin from Stranger Things, in the elevator

My First Model United Nations Conference

Emi Goswami, staff writer

January 13, 2020

 New Providence High School (NPHS) students have been preparing since the beginning of the school year for the conference of their lifetime, Model United Nations. (MUN). The Model United Nations club at NPHS is run by Mr. Goldstein and Mr. Barnes.  They were so thrilled and honored to have so many new...

Putting a Rivalry on Ice

Putting a Rivalry on Ice

Franklin Markel, staff writer

January 10, 2020

Matt Darata and Shane Cook both had similar childhoods. Growing up in New Providence, attending Salt Brook Elementary School, and hockey. Going into High School, and seeing all their friends sign up for New Providence sports, seeing no hockey team must have been demoralizing. Luckily, there was a solution. ...

Girls Grapple with Wrestling at NPHS

Girls Grapple with Wrestling at NPHS

Kalina Kornacki, staff writer

January 10, 2020

With the winter sports in full game mode, it’s safe to say that this season will definitely be a season to remember...for the wrestlers at least.    Julie Wichtendahl (Sophomore), Annalise Carioti (Freshmen), Anna Distel (Sophomore), and Noran Elmahroukey (Senior) are all the girls participating i...

Musical Cast Enthusiastically Begins Rehearsals for Little Shop of Horrors 

Musical Cast Enthusiastically Begins Rehearsals for Little Shop of Horrors 

Mia Fusillo, staff writer

January 10, 2020

Little Shop of Horrors can be seen on March 13th and 14th at 7:30pm and March 14th and 15th at 2pm.

NPHS Literary Magazine PoeTree at NPML

NPHS Literary Magazine PoeTree at NPML

Sahana Narayan

December 20, 2019

The Literary Magazine was proud to present the PoeTree Event at the New Providence Memorial Library on December 17, 2019. At the library, NPHS students taught children how to write poetry, which they hung on a Christmas tree donated by ACME. “It was a wonderful success,” Samantha Insetta, NPML Childre...

Should The NBA Season Be Shortened?

Should The NBA Season Be Shortened?

Luke Clausen, staff writer

December 13, 2019

Steve Kerr, the coach of the Golden State Warriors, has been arguing for a shorter season ever since he started coaching for Oakland. One of his top priorities is to have his players in top shape so they can win a majority of their games. To do this many coaches including Kerr have argued to make the to...

The Giants and the Jets Future Needs

The Giants and the Jets Future Needs

John Geoffroy, staff writer

December 13, 2019

Football in New York has not been good for the last 6 years as the teams have had terrible records and bad players.  The last time the New York Giants won the Super Bowl was in 2012 against the New England Patriots. But the Jets have it worse. The last time the Jets won the Super Bowl was in 1969 a...

Who Is Time Magazine’s 2019 Person of the Year Greta Thunberg?

Who Is Time Magazine’s 2019 Person of the Year Greta Thunberg?

Norine Moore, staff writer

December 13, 2019

Many people have heard the name Greta Thunberg in recent news but not many people know much about her. Thunberg is a 16 year old climate activist from Stockholm, Sweden. Over the course of a few years, she has done remarkable things that have lead her to become a household name. But, it is her young...

The Incredible Islanders

The Incredible Islanders

Franklin Markel, staff writer

December 13, 2019

I’m with you, New York sports aren’t anything to write home about. Both of our local football teams would be lucky to be considered mediocre, our basketball teams are laughable, and the Rangers and Devils are closer to the cellar of the league than a playoff spot. If you’re looking for any loc...

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