Triton Voice

The On-Again, Off-Again Nature of the US Government
Flu Season
Attendance Trouble at SES
College Bound
Review on Winter Storm Grayson
Vikings Vs. Clippers
An interview with Mrs. Jones
Shooting for the stars

Shooting for the stars

January 8, 2018

Fadagonias

Fadagonias

December 19, 2017

Cats Are Not Useless

Cats Are Not Useless

December 16, 2017

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Triton Earns Spot on AP Honor Roll for 3rd Year
Apple Pay
The Effects of Leaving Class
How Professional Development days save our School
Pine Grove Prepares For Big Changes 
The On-Again, Off-Again Nature of the US Government
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The Origin of The Circle Game
‘Alexa…How do you define privacy?’
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David Durante and Vasili Karamitsios
February 13, 2018

Advisory is something Triton has had for years, the basis behind it is almost a sub-in for a more current ‘homeroom’. The students at Triton High know all about this advisory period because it has been done in the school for years now. How do other schools do advisory? Do they have it at all? What is the difference between advisory and guidance? The Triton Voice team set out to interview students and teachers about this advisory period and also students from other schools to see how their advisory...

Triton Earns Spot on AP Honor Roll for 3rd Year

Mitchell Wolpert, Staff Writer
February 13, 2018

Triton High School made its third appearance on the AP Honor Roll, an elite list of schools from all over North America that have scored exceptionally well on their AP tests in recent years. Triton was one of 447 overall schools to receive this recognition, 25 of which are in Massachusetts. “It’s really great to know that Triton students are performing well against other schools all over,...

Paige Zukowski, Staff Writer
February 12, 2018

Many changes have occured at Triton throughout this year, both good and bad. Some students only see the bad, but what are the positive things that have happened here at Triton High School in 2017? Triton Voice asked students what the good things were that happened this year and how they have affected the school. Although the new stadium was finished at the beginning of last school year, in 2016, it has been used ever since and all throughout 2017, which has benefited students, families, at...

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Yeti Becomes A New Trend

Alessandra Basile and Meri Fullford
February 9, 2018

Yeti is an Austin, Texas based manufacturer for outdoor lifestyle products such as water bottles, coolers, and other accessories. Yeti is sold in Life is Good, Olympia Sports, Walmart, and many other stores around Byfield. Many students own the Rambler Tumbler and carry it around Triton. These go for $29.99 plus tax on the Yeti website. But, are they really worth the $30 just for a water bottle...

Katie MacDonald, Staff Writer
January 16, 2018

At Triton Regional High School there are many different types of trends; one fashion trend in particular that was made popular by the boys at Triton is the “sock tuck” better known now as the “back tuck.” The sock tuck is just what it sounds like, it is when you tuck the end of the sweatpants into the top of the socks completely. This look was created for style but is also functional, as it keeps the bottom of the sweatpants from dragging on the floor and getting dirty. Since the trend...

Ugg Boots For Men

Emily Muzi, Staff Writer
January 11, 2018

Ugg boots will always be in style for women; but Triton boys are starting a trend of their own. Uggs come in several different styles: Tall boots, short boots, mini boots, slippers and scuffs, button boots, and water resistant. Tall Ugg boots are durable and meant for cold temperatures, and the solution to your winter wonderland problems. This style reaches up to right below the knee. Tall Ugg boots...

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Yeti Becomes A New Trend

Alessandra Basile and Meri Fullford
February 9, 2018

Yeti is an Austin, Texas based manufacturer for outdoor lifestyle products such as water bottles, coolers, and other accessories. Yeti is sold in Life is Good, Olympia Sports, Walmart, and many other stores around Byfield. Many students own the Rambler Tumbler and carry it around Triton. These go for $29.99 plus tax on the Yeti website. But, are they really worth the $30 just for a water bottle...

Flu Season

Audrey Caron and Meri Fullford, Staff Writers
February 8, 2018

Flu Season With so many people getting sick, here are some ways to try to prevent it!   “I knew I had the flu when I woke up feeling achy. Then I started throwing up, having migraines, and a stuffy nose. I think I got sick just from germs spreading around the school and sharing things like drinks. Washing your hands and not touching your mouth, eyes and nose are easy ways I could have pre...

Audrey Caron and Aliyah Frasca, Staff Writers
February 8, 2018

Eight fit tips to start off the new year Crazy fit tips I bet you didn’t know   As the New Year is settling in, it’s time to put your New Year’s resolution into action. A popular common resolutions appears to be to start a healthy diet and get into shape. So here are some tips to help you achieve that goal! Based off an article on eatthis.com, we found eight simple and crazy ways to be healthier. Tip 1: Educate yourself before eating out. Since eating out with friends or family probably do...

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David Durante and Vasili Karamitsios
February 13, 2018

Advisory is something Triton has had for years, the basis behind it is almost a sub-in for a more current ‘homeroom’. The students at Triton High know all about this advisory period because it has been done in the school for years now. How do other schools do advisory? Do they have it at all? What is the difference between advisory and guidance? The Triton Voice team set out to interview students and teachers about this advisory period and also students from other schools to see how their advisory...

Apple Pay

Paige Zukowski, Staff Writer
February 12, 2018

Junior Aliyah Frasca always forgets her wallet when she goes out, but that doesn't mean she can't get anything. There's now a new mobile paying method, and you don't even need your debit or credit card with you.   She explains,"Apple Pay is so easy and you can pay a lot quicker because right when you hold your phone up to the reader it goes through and all your things are paid for.” ...

Andrew Burns and Will Karantonis
February 11, 2018

Twenty-five years ago, Richard Garfield introduced the world to Magic: The Gathering, a fantasy based trading card game in which the players cast spells and command an army by playing one or more of the 5 colors. The game allows for you to become a Planeswalker, a powerful character that is capable of extraordinary abilities that can drastically alter the state of the game. Each player controls a deck filled with creatures, land cards that provide you with mana allowing you to cast things, art...

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Don’t Be Rash With Your Gas

Jacob Alves, Staff Writer
February 15, 2018

For decades people have been driving their cars, filling them with gas from whatever gas station is more convenient at the time. Of the 1.015 billion cars being driven in the world according to Motor Vehicles from Wikipedia.com, very few people actually worry about where they get their gas from. Unless you couldn’t care less about your car or just use it to get from point a to b, you probably sh...

February 9, 2018

  This winter we are all feeling the cold weather and the impact that comes with it. The past couple of weeks have been frigid with temperatures in the negatives and single digits, and these temperatures are greatly impacting everyone's cars. Have you had problems starting your car? Or do you dread cleaning off the snow? If so here are 5 tips and tricks to keep your car at its best this winter. Keeping your battery in good shape is one of the most important things to do in the winter. According t...

David Durante, Student Writer
February 9, 2018

Driving during the winter season is definitely dangerous and it extremely important to stay indoors as much as you can. But of course, there are days where you work and need to drive in, or need to go to school. Here are some stories that show why caution is necessary, if driving is necessary. There are always things to make sure you look out for such as snow, slush, ice, and black ice. Everyone gets stuck in their driveway and many people experience car accidents this time of year, being a ne...

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Apple Pay
Apple Trend
The school bus? More like the struggle bus!

The school bus? More like the struggle bus!

February 8, 2018

President Trump’s Tax Change Plan

January 9, 2018

2017 Memes of the Year

January 9, 2018

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Print Edition for Dec. 1, 2017
Print Edition for 11-20-2017

Print Edition for 11-20-2017

November 17, 2017

Print Edition for 11-10-2017

Print Edition for 11-10-2017

November 17, 2017

Triton Voice Print Edition 10-27-2017

Triton Voice Print Edition 10-27-2017

November 2, 2017

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The Origin of The Circle Game
  • Do You Believe in Magic? February 11, 2018
  • Fortnite: Battle Royale a new Triton obsession February 9, 2018
  • Vainglory, More Like Stop Feeding the Glaive January 10, 2018
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Apple Pay
‘Alexa…How do you define privacy?’
Fortnite: Battle Royale a new Triton obsession

Fortnite: Battle Royale a new Triton obsession

February 9, 2018

Intels blunder

February 9, 2018

Superior Streaming Service: Twitch or YouTube?

February 9, 2018

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Reading Buddies

Aliyah Frasca
February 11, 2018

A group of Triton’s high school students are currently in the process of writing fairy tales and folktales for second graders at Salisbury Elementary. Each student was given the name of a second grader to write a story for, and they will read and give it to them to keep when the high schoolers visit them in a month or so after they have completed their books. “I think that kids in high school become v...

Steve Baiardi, Rachel Lees, Owen Heffernan, Staff Writers
February 10, 2018

“Regional schools are in a crisis,” emphasized Massachusetts State Senator Kathleen Ives at the district budget meeting last Thursday evening. While several temporary solutions were discussed during this forum, it was clear that there are no easy fixes to this overwhelming issue. Last night, Superintendent Brian Forget echoed Ives’ sentiments when considering a budget that could cut more than 50 teachers. “We used the word crisis last year,” said Forget. “This year it has a whole...

How Professional Development days save our School

Jonathan Reilly, Staff Writer
February 9, 2018

Ever wonder what happens on half days when students go home but the teachers stay? Ever looked at the school calendar online and seen a note that says “Professional Development Day”? These might seem like they mean nothing but they are crucial to our school’s wellbeing. Our teachers and faculty members spend time to make sure different areas of the school are properly updated with the right technolo...

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