Maroon and Gray

May 13, 2020

In today’s society, no matter where you are in the world, it's fast moving and non-stop. This is especially an issue in large, more-developed cities. Because people are always out and about going to work, traveling on vacation or just to explore the world, taking the children to practice or music ...

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In December of 2019, the CoronaVirus, now a worldwide pandemic, began in Wuhan, China. Over the course of three months, the amount of cases began to increase and spread to different countries, and eventually, the entire world. As the virus continues to affect millions of lives, it is important that ...

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Congratulations to the Journalism I and II students for publishing their March issue! In this issue, the students look at the global effects of COVID-19, the recent death of Kobe Bryant, the NHS Wrestling Regional Tournament, Voter Registration and profile the NHS custodians. Happy ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Relay for Life is an annual event in the township of Nutley in May where citizens and students create teams to compete to see who can raise the most money for the American Cancer Society. Team members take turns walking around DeMuro track for one night to help raise awareness and fund ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Instrumental teacher, Vincent Vicchiariello, has been teaching in Nutley for 10 years in total, but is currently in his second year at Nutley High School. Mr. Vicchiariello has taught music for 11 years in total. He has taught at Nutley elementary schools, the middle school, and the ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - On November 21, 2019, representatives from 12 colleges and universities came to Nutley High School for Instant Decision Day. Instant Decision Day gives students the opportunity to meet with college admission representatives who hold a short interview with them. Once the student’s ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - On November 15, 2019, the Tricarico family of Nutley lost someone very important, their son and brother, James Vincent Tricarico. James was a celebrity in Nutley. If you ask anyone who lives in town about him, they knew who he was. The Nutley native attended Nutley High School for six ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Hosted annually at the Nutley Park Oval, the holiday season kicked off with the lighting of the tree on Sunday, December 8.  At approximately 5:30 p.m, the festivities and holiday music began. With a section of Franklin Avenue closed from Chestnut Street to New Street, adults and kids ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Black Friday in Nutley is not only considered the day for crazy shoppers and sales, but a day where families and friends come together to welcome Santa and Mrs. Claus as they arrive at the Nutley Park Oval. As the tradition continues for its 58th year, on November 29th Mr. and Mrs.

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NUTLEY, NJ - Rock of Ages is Nutley High School’s spring show for 2020. It will be directed by Mr. Michael Gurrieri. It is based off of a musical by Chris D’Arienzo. The show is scheduled to premiere next spring. The musical it is based on has been running for 14 years and has a film adaptation ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley High School journalism I and II students put in a lot of hard work and met tight deadlines to produce new content for the December issue of the Maroon & Gray. In this issue, we look at Instant Decision Day, the annual town Tree Lighting and Santa's Arrival, Harry ...

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What can representation do for the youth of America?   For as long as I could remember, my dream was to be a Disney princess: running around my house sporting a plastic pair of Cinderella’s “glass” slippers on my feet, or pretending that I was a sleeping beauty during nap time in Aurora’s ...

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This week, the NHS Journalism II students published their first issue of the Maroon and Gray for the 2019-2020 school year. In this issue, we look at the Newark water crisis, the NHS Marching Band's New Season, Nutley Little League's success this summer, Start with Hello Week and the NHS AP ...

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