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Cancelled Musical Makes Waves in Theatre Department

January 16, 2018 6:58pm | Ari Steinberg

Early in the semester of Fall 2018, many NHS students were shocked, stunned and perplexed when the theater department announced that the musical, Into the Woods, intended to be performed this fall, was canceled. One of the individuals for whom this was unsurprising, although no […]

Who is Leslie Charles?

January 16, 2018 6:43pm | Adia Bennett

On May 8, 1978, a six-year-old girl crossed the finish line of her first race, opening a door to a lifetime of running. Six years later, Leslie Charles came in first at a children’s Thanksgiving Turkey Trot, winning “a big old turkey,” she said, laughing […]

Blade Runner 2049—A Breath of Fresh Air

January 11, 2018 6:06pm | Ari Steinberg

Today’s film landscape is largely populated by simple, spectacle-driven blockbusters. This setting primarily causes action movies to flourish, while more unconventional movies are left in the dust—this harsh environment has resulted in the new release Blade Runner 2049 gaining a minuscule attendance and the label […]

What Exactly Is PAL?

January 10, 2018 11:12pm | Emma Jackson

You have heard about them in The Daily Bulletin, seen the posters and large bulletin board in the History hallway, and maybe even had them visit one of your classes. But what, or who, is the Peer Advisory League? PAL is a student-run group that […]

Dear Santa

January 10, 2018 6:42pm | Lyric Harris-Whitby

Dear Santa, November 10, 2017 How are you?, I hope you’re staying warm. I am a freshman in high school, but I’m sure you know that considering you see me when I’m sleeping, you know when I’m awake and if I’ve been bad or good […]

Get to Know the Staff: Holiday Traditions

January 9, 2018 1:03pm | Emma Jackson

The holiday break is upon us. The time of giving, family, celebration: the most wonderful time of the year. Children, waiting for a man dressed in red, behave to the best of their abilities. A man with presents, a hopeful symbol, will bring children joy […]

The Perfect Guide to a College Application

December 17, 2017 11:23pm | Ari Steinberg

Some will tell you that it helps to retain the services of a college advisor who will guide you through the application process and make everything as stress-free as possible. This is as far from the truth as is humanly possible. It is a well-known […]

Free Speech for Hate Groups

December 15, 2017 6:55pm | Devon Patenaude

This summer, a past many do not want to glorify came back from the grave to haunt citizens of Charlottesville, Virginia. On August 11th, hundreds of people marched through the city, carrying tiki torches and chanting Nazi-era and anti-semitic slogans. The next afternoon, a full-blown […]

Trapped at Lunch

November 1, 2017 12:52pm | Erin Diggins

A new cafeteria policy at Northampton High School has left students feeling trapped when lunch is supposed to be their free time. Although the administration has claimed it is necessary for safety reasons, students disagree. This policy states that students must stay in the cafeteria […]

Northampton High School Welcomes Mr. Chastek

October 23, 2017 1:51am | Lyric Harris-Whitby

There’s a new face in the Math Department and it just so happens to be Mr. Eli Chastek. Every morning, he rolls to school in his cycling gear, ready to start the day. An avid biker, he often leaves his house when it is still […]