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Triton Voice

The Student News Site of Triton High School

Triton Voice

The Student News Site of Triton High School

Triton Voice

Canadian Trucker Strike
Educating the Next Generation
Interesting Jobs
The ‘Fastest Track’ in the World
Another New Normal
Adult Court V. Child
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Mid-season update for softball and baseball
High School’s Ups and DOWNs!
Mentorship Media
The Financial Burden that Comes with College
Challenge Day 2022
How Tinker V. Des Moines Changed Students’ Rights Forever
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Corporal Punishment in Schools
The American Problem
Where Should the Trillion Dollars Go?
The Case for Three-Day Weekends
Old Glory
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Triton Softball Loses Players
Winter Track Meets
A Hero Immortalized in the Stars
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Triton Voice for January 14, 2022
Triton Voice for Dec. 17, 2021
Triton Voice for December 10, 2021
Triton Voice for December 3, 2021
Triton Voice for November 5, 2021
Triton Voice for 10/29/21
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Omicron: A New Wave
Climate Watch: Erosion Eating Up Our Beaches

Climate Watch: Erosion Eating Up Our Beaches

November 4, 2021

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Triton Voice Archives
Unappreciated Flip Flops
Online Friendships and The Reality Of Today

Online Friendships and The Reality Of Today

April 1, 2022

The invention of the internet allowed for unparalleled connectivity. I’m sure you’ve all heard that before, however, nobody really explains what that...

Wordle: The Newest Nation-wide Obsession

Wordle: The Newest Nation-wide Obsession

March 11, 2022

But how did Josh Wardle’s romantic gesture turn into a game that many look forward to every day? “I’ve always liked word games, but I had never...

The World Ahead

The World Ahead

January 18, 2022

Even before the momentous events of 2020 and 2021 shook up the planet, the cogs of culture and society were already shifting. With the outbreak of COVID...

The Water Cost of Clothing

The Water Cost of Clothing

December 7, 2021

Look down at your shirt. I think it looks nice on you. But I have to tell you something. It took around 800 gallons of water to make that single garment....

Looking Local

December 7, 2021

Shopping has been made so easy nowadays, you can just click a few buttons on your phone and you will get your desired item in just a few days. Shopping...

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Unappreciated Flip Flops
Online Friendships and The Reality Of Today

Online Friendships and The Reality Of Today

April 1, 2022

Keeping Privacy for Athletes

Keeping Privacy for Athletes

March 30, 2022

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Who Has The Best Chicken Nuggets?
Bagels are Everything.

Bagels are Everything.

December 20, 2021

Bagels are arguably one of the most delicious breakfast foods around. Whether you enjoy the carb-loaded, grab-and-go treat smothered with cream cheese,...

Did Crumbl Corrupt or Captivate?

December 20, 2021

We opened the tall, glass door to be engulfed by the smell of freshly baked cookies. We walked up to the self-order screen, and chose Gingerbread Cake,...

The Job Jungle

The Job Jungle

November 16, 2021

Across the United States, the search for employees continues as around 280,000 people in the US continue to file for unemployment every week. The COVID...

Restaurant Supports, but Grapples With New COVID-19 Guidelines

Restaurant Supports, but Grapples With New COVID-19 Guidelines

January 22, 2021

The effects of COVID-19 have caused serious issues from economic, to frustration with changing regulations this year, especially in the restaurant industry. With...

Slice Slice Baby

Slice Slice Baby

January 10, 2020

Dominos has taken the crown and was voted best pizza place in the area  by Triton students and staff. We got all the well known pizza places around the...

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Bus Driver Shortage
Buying for the Long Haul

Buying for the Long Haul

December 18, 2020

Ride Sharing Services: Does the Convenience Outweigh the Safety Risk?

Ride Sharing Services: Does the Convenience Outweigh the Safety Risk?

February 12, 2020

Although Uber checks criminal history and driving records before hiring, rare instances of criminal activity are still possible. According to Wired, “More than 3,000 people reported sexual assaults related to Uber rides in the U.S. last year.”

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Should People Stop Texting??
Online Friendships and The Reality Of Today

Online Friendships and The Reality Of Today

April 1, 2022

The invention of the internet allowed for unparalleled connectivity. I’m sure you’ve all heard that before, however, nobody really explains what that...

Cracking Down on the Cellphone Policy

January 12, 2022

Although we are already in the second quarter, teachers have just started to cut back on phone use by students  in their classrooms. Teachers have started...

What is the Impact of Media Fasts; Should Students be Spending More Time Away from Their Screens?

What is the Impact of Media Fasts; Should Students be Spending More Time Away from Their Screens?

November 16, 2021

Although media fasts have been around for at least a decade they have been popping up again recently. With the COVID-19 pandemic people have found themselves...

Amazon’s Take Over of the Environment

Amazon’s Take Over of the Environment

March 20, 2020

For many Amazon prime members the convenience of purchasing almost anything they could ever need without stepping foot outside their home outweighs the effects that Amazon has on the environment. 

Nikes high-tech sneakers provide unfair advantage to competitive runners

Nikes high-tech sneakers provide unfair advantage to competitive runners

February 14, 2020

Nike’s most controversial running shoe yet, Vaporflys are said to take 4% off a runner’s best time, and the new rules set by World Athletics have banned...

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Homecoming 2021 Turns Into Spirit Week 2021
Halo Master Chief Review for PC

Halo Master Chief Review for PC

January 14, 2020

The best of the Resorts

The best of the Resorts

January 3, 2020

 From a unique destination which allows for year round skiing and snowboarding to a resort without snowboarders: the east, west and international  ski resorts have plenty to offer varying in many different ways.

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Keeping Privacy for Athletes

Dylan Merrill, Staff Writer
March 30, 2022

In 2017, a campaign for drug testing in schools passed, in which Wilmington high schoolers would be screened for substance abuse signs and drug use, whether or not there is reason to believe the student...

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The Good, The Bad, and The Difficult

Cooper Campbell, Staff Writer
March 11, 2022

At Triton, Google Chromebooks have taken over students' education.  Today I am going over the good, the bad and the difficult of these laptops.  At Triton, you can't go into a classroom without seeing...

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Open Campus at Triton High School?

Madison Jacques, Staff Writer
February 14, 2022

Triton High School should consider an open campus policy for juniors and seniors. This would allow students to leave campus during free periods such as studies or lunch.  Allowing students to leave...

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Kiss 108 Not So Great?

April 14, 2022

Picture this; you are driving to your road trip destination and you hear the same song on the radio for the fifth time. It's very aggravating. Kiss108 is a popular radio station located in Medford Massachusetts....

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The Batman

March 11, 2022

The Batman (2022) is the newest, and best, film adaptation of the character. Directed by Matt Reeves, it stars Robert Pattinson as the Caped Crusader, Zoë Kravitz as Catwoman, Colin Farrell as the Penguin,...

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Scream is Frighteningly Entertaining

March 11, 2022

If you’re going in expecting Scream to be the next Shawshank Redemption you will leave heavily disappointed. The writing was unrealistic, and awkward. The fear factor portion (because it’s still a...

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The New Sound at S.E.S.

Colin Pearson and Griffin White
October 14, 2021

From playing bass in a metal band to teaching at Salisbury Elementary school (SES) Mr. Sean McConnell knows his fair share about music.  Mr. McConnell was born and raised in a small Vermont town called...

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Veteran Teacher Takes on New School

Kyle Bouley and Jared Leonard
October 14, 2021

After spending Seven years teaching elementary school in Haverhill MA, Miss Chantel Alder needed a fresh start, and new scenery. Luckily, an elementary school from the same district she called home for...

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A Switch of Plans

Ellie Gay-Killeen and Sofia Savino
October 14, 2021

A noticeable room in the upper left wing of Pine Grove Elementary School is Mr. Cam Atherton’s sixth grade classroom, where lights dim for reading time with a few students sprawled out, hidden behind...

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