Sometimes you will never know the meaning of a moment until it becomes a memory.
On June 7th, hundreds of people marched through Nutley in solidarity in response to the recent deaths due to police brutality, specifically George Floyd of Minne
Now that the school year is coming to an end, high school upperclassmen are trying to figure out what to do about their futures.
High school is coming to a close for the Class of 2020, and soon a new chapter will begin.
NHS is such a great place, with great teachers, artwork shown on the walls of the hallway, but one thing I’ll really miss is my friends.
Like many other high school seniors out there, this is not how I thought my senior year would end.
At 11:30 a.m. on June 7, 2020, I stood in a clearing within a crowd of over 100 people near Yanticaw’s Frank Cocchiola Playground.
Saturday Night Live has been around for decades and when a show has been around for tha
As Covid-19 increased in cases over the months, travel restrictions have been put in place to reduce the spread of the virus and for the safety of the people.
The Coronavirus pandemic has affected millions of lives globally, in all different kinds of ways.
Killer Hornets, also called Murder Hornets, have been spreading fear across the nation.
The coronavirus has brought difficulties and confusion to the upcoming November 2020 election. The safety of the election has been threatened by the pandemic.
As of May 21, 2020, there have been over five million cases of Covid-19 worldwide.
Keeping up with one’s mental health during this pandemic is extremely crucial to those vulnerable to the Coronavirus and the world.
NHS senior, Raj Paghdal, isn’t going to let the coronavirus ruin his summer plans.
Being a student in Nutley for 13 years has impacted me in many ways. Throughout each year of schooling, I’ve not only grown as a person, but also all of my teac
Each year, high school students exercise their rights and vote. Not in any government election, as most are too young, but in their class officer elections.
Mr. Joseph Materia is the Vice Principal of Academics at Nutley High School and has been in this position for the past four years.
This year, 2020, has taken a huge unexpected turn.
The 2019-2020 school year had many twists and turns, which led to school closure, no graduation ceremony and social distancing. While the class of 2020 is leavi
Mr. Andrew Linfante has been a part of Nutley High School’s staff and history department for almost 30 years.
COVID-19 is something that not many saw coming so fast, impacting families across not only the US, but the world.
Covid-19 has become one of the largest and most impactful global pandemics in history.
I vividly remember my first day at Nutley High School.
Since early March, schools, universities, and colleges around the globe have shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Over the last month, the world has been without professional sports.