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Marlee Smith and Erika Siemasko, Staff Writers
May 18, 2018

Majority of the senior class has decided and committed to their college of their dreams. With committing to their college comes with a lot of college gear. Many students are purchasing clothing such as t-shirts, sweatshirts, long sleeves, sweatpants, socks, leggings, shorts, and more. The most popular fashion trend this year is a furry pullover. Other common gear includes water bottles, lanyards, ID holders that attach to the back of your phone case, phone cases, bumper stickers, and more. On...

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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?...

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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...

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Ice Cream Favorites

Gabrielle Lowry and Lindsey Gardella
June 8, 2018

“It was so much fun to work at the Harbour Creamery,” said junior Gracie Burnim. “You’re with kids and ice cream, so it’s always happy.” Summer is right around the corner and ice cream stores have begun to open up. The Harbour Creamery, in downtown Newburyport, opened up last summer and has been a hot spot for most local visitors. The shop is located on Pleasant street, alongside...

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Jonathan Reilly, Staff Writer
May 18, 2018

For students in the Triton Arts Department, summer came months early. On Friday, April 12, around 34 students and staff members left school after first lunch. These students went on their way to Manchester-Boston Regional Airport to fly to Orlando. From there, the students boarded the Royal Caribbean’s Majesty of the Seas for a sun-filled cruise to the Bahamas until the 16th. This cruise did not come cheap. The cost of this voyage to the Caribbean was around twenty-five thousand dollars...

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Comparing Different Brand Juices and Their Health Benefits

Joshua Rolfe, Staff editor
May 16, 2018

According to ChooseMyPlate.gov, added sugars are sugars and syrups that are added to foods or beverages when they are processed or prepared. This does not include naturally occurring sugars such as those in milk and fruits. From oranges to pomegranates, you can enjoy any of these sweet fruits in a juice form. But what many people don't know is the enormous amount of added sugars in our most popular...

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Triton’s new schedule shocks many

Paige Zukowski and Meri Fullford, Staff Writer
June 21, 2018

Junior Onica Mooney is not happy with one of the major changes for next year. The change of the schedule will be a big change for the upcoming school year. “Of course our Senior year they decide to change our schedule, and make it completely different from what it’s always been,” says Mooney. Not many students are too happy about the new schedule for next year. After the schedule being...

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The Best School Day Ever???

Jonathan Reilly, Staff Writer
June 19, 2018

Sophomore Sophia Mailhiot declared that she wanted to receive cupcakes at the start of each period. “I want cupcakes before all of my classes,” said Mailhoit. “I honestly need the motivation especially towards the end of the school year.” School can be looked at by students as a chore they need to deal with. Many students advocate for changes to be made to school rules and policies...

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Caitlyn Chaisson, Staff Writer
June 12, 2018

Technology is a big part of students lives in and out of school. Researchers at Bucknell University say that technology does make us more separated and socially awkward. They say we as “millennials” are becoming more comfortable with the idea of being alone, yet staying connected 24/7. Technology negatively influences social interaction, makes our community socially awkward and causes our people to embellish online to be someone they are not. The majority of students can agree that they are...

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Tom Powis, Staff Writer
June 8, 2018

Recently, Halemaumau, a massive volcano in Hawaiian on its biggest island has started to spew off lava and is in danger of erupting.  The lava seeping from the volcano is moving very slowly but is doing massive damage to whatever comes in its path. Hawaii’s n the past have been famous for being slightly active, slowly releasing lava that would build on the island and slowly increase its size, but never having the risk of erupting.  The last eruption from Halemaumau was in 1974, killing one...

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Steve Baiardi, Staff Writer
April 5, 2018

Over the span of three weeks, seven bombs were either found or detonated around the Austin, TX, metro area, injuring six and killing two. The suspect was found and the community was left baffled that something like this could happen so easily. On Sunday March 18th, surveillance cameras captured the suspect, 23-year-old Mark Anthony Conditt of Pflugerville, Texas, dropping off two packages at a FedEx store. Officials used the surveillance footage to identify Mr. Conditt’s vehicle: a red 2002...

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Dog Passes Away After Being Stuffed in Overhead Compartment of Plane

Meri Fullford and Alessandra Basile, Staff Writers
April 5, 2018

Imagine being a little girl, and getting your first puppy as a present. The excitement you get whenever you see your puppies adorable face. Then, in only under a year, you lose your precious puppy. This was the case for 11-year-old Sophia Ceballos, whose 10 month old French Bulldog was killed after being stuffed in the overhead compartment of a United Airlines flight. According to NBC news, as...

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Triton’s new schedule shocks many
The Best School Day Ever???
Ice Cream Favorites

Ice Cream Favorites

June 8, 2018

Senior Class Bucket List

Senior Class Bucket List

June 8, 2018

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Aliyah Frasca, Staff Writer
June 19, 2018

  Triton Middle School is saying farewell to Mr.Mark Wilson, a long long time math teacher. After saying tough goodbyes to the graduated class of 2018, there are only days left until finals and students are out for the summer! But as the end of the year comes closer and closer so does some other tough goodbyes. Mr. Wilson, middle school math teacher, is retiring after 20 years of teaching. Triton Voice sat down with Mr.Wilson to get his plan for the future, his favorite memories from...

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Culture Talk: Judaism

Hannah Marsh, Staff Writer
April 25, 2018

As a way for students to delve more deeply in to what they have been learning about in their social studies classes, the Triton 7th graders spoke with a Rabbi on Thursday, April 5.   As the seventh graders wrap up their unit on the history of Judaism, 7-2 teacher Mr. Thomas Anderson invited Rabbi Ben Resnick from Newburyport to speak with approximately 200 students, as well as their teachers....

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A Way to Make up Snow Days

Nathaniel Schmuch, Staff Writer
April 5, 2018

Blizzard bags are a way to not fall behind on schoolwork on a snow day. This is done by putting a full days worth of schoolwork into a bag and doing it while at home during a snow day. This new idea has been adopted by both Amesbury and Masconomet. It lets students not fall anymore behind, on the teachers schedule, then they already have during the other snow days. Many students at Triton think that...

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