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Bathroom Banishment
The Planet Of College Tuition
Taking Holiday Traditions to the Next Level
Is it too late?
Alternative Fact?
After 32 years of running, they finally made it
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Homecoming Preview
¨The Good Old Days” Are Approaching
Off the Shoulder, Or Off the Yearbook?
Restorative Discipline Could Help Society
Occupation Observation
Dangerous Driving
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Holiday Preferences

November 28, 2018

Every year, students look forward to the holiday season, no matter what they celebrate. They hang the lights, deck the halls, and set up for their favorite holiday traditions....

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Sea Festival of Trees 2018

November 27, 2018

It’s dawning upon us, the time of the year where people are ecstatic over the holidays, racing to put up Christmas decorations and patiently waiting for snow to fall. This...

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Holiday Activities

November 26, 2018

“I go and see Santa at the mall and I tell him what I want for Christmas,” said Tremblay, “After that we usually go home and decorate our Christmas tree and make cookies and wrap gifts for the rest of my family.”

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Ballot Question Controversy

November 26, 2018

Elections are very influential to society, however, the midterm elections of 2018 had the largest voter turnout since 1914. 104 years! Massachusetts’ ballot questions in this election were very...

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Vote! Vote! Vote!

November 22, 2018

Massachusetts is mostly democratic state, but we do have a republican governor. In this election Massachusetts is voting on three major ballot questions and senate and house of representative seats as well as the governor’s office.   

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Trump’s Tumultuous Twitter

November 20, 2018

“[It was] Roosevelt with the radio, JFK on TV, Obama on YouTube, and now Trump with Twitter.”- Chad Richard

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Unsung Heroes of Triton

November 9, 2018

Morgan Hall, freshman, is not only starter on the girls varsity soccer team for Triton, but is also only four foot eleven inches. You wouldn’t believe such a young teammate with that small size would...

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Profile: Flag Football Referees

October 26, 2018

Proudly wearing their stripes, flaunting their whistle and flags, and throwing out angry elderly people are all common occurrences for SYFFL referees. Salisbury Youth Flag Football League is an organization...

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New Rink in Town (or 6)

October 23, 2018

Hockey players from all over will soon be coming to Amesbury, as it is now the future site of the Atlantic Sports Center, a hockey facility housing six NHL-sized rinks proposed for South Hunt Road. The...

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Christmas Carols and Curtain Call

November 19, 2018

“My favorite thing is when the performing groups get to perform and they do a great job,” explained Densmore. “You get to watch that joy spread among the students and among their parents. It’s really cool.”  

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Fun Holiday Activity

November 16, 2018

With the holidays approaching fast, students across the country are becoming excited for their time off from school. Junior Komal Patel is getting excited to celebrate Diwali this holiday tradition. Patel...

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Triton’s Voice on Triton’s voices

November 9, 2018

Today’s news programs highlight the tensions and conflicts that engulf the world, but rarely emphasize the things that bring humanity together. One pass time, which a few Tritonians have experience with,...

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Honoring Triton’s Veterans

November 28, 2018

Veterans Day is celebrated every November 11th to honor veterans for their military service. It was originally called Armistice day to honor World War One veterans but, it was renamed Veterans Day in 1954...

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The War to End All Wars 100 years later

November 23, 2018

On November 11th 1918 100 years ago the Germans were faced with the unavoidable victory of the Allied powers in the wake of the destructive Battle of Amiens months prior and faced with the fact that they...

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Child Abuse

November 20, 2018

The constitution essentially does not protect children from their parents no matter how abusive they are, however, the act of extreme child abuse should be unconstitutional. “‘Oh yeah, kids should...

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Grandma’s Milli Rock
The Day After Thanksgiving

The Day After Thanksgiving

November 26, 2018

      Black Friday: the day after Thanksgiving serving an economic boom with big spending at low prices. According to  History.com “ Black...

The Netflix Lifestyle

The Netflix Lifestyle

November 19, 2018

“For a while it was ‘Big Mouth,’” says math teacher Mr. Joseph Galante when asked which shows were most famous in his opinion in 2018. “...

Birchbox vs. Ipsy

Birchbox vs. Ipsy

November 12, 2018

Back in the day, people had to actually go to stores to buy products. Now they show up at your front door. Birchbox and Ipsy are in the top three of...

Hydro Flask vs. Yeti

Hydro Flask vs. Yeti

November 9, 2018

Thermoses have been around for over one hundred years, but why now all of a sudden these two bottles, Yeti and Hydro Flask becoming such a huge trend around...

Spotted: Triton’s Fashionistas

Spotted: Triton’s Fashionistas

November 9, 2018

Mason Ferrick, Andrew Maiuri, and Mrs. Donna Anderson can be seen around the halls rocking their newest colder weather threads. As the temps are dropping,...

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Triton’s Opinion on the New Supreme Court Justice
Make the Library Great Again

Make the Library Great Again

October 26, 2018

Triton’s new schedule shocks many

Triton’s new schedule shocks many

June 21, 2018

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A Cup of Cash
Organic Foods Lower Cancer Risk

Organic Foods Lower Cancer Risk

November 9, 2018

In a recent study, conducted at JAMA Internal Medicine, in France, it found that those who eat organically grown foods for more than 4-5 years can lower...

A Second Chance… for Breakfast

A Second Chance… for Breakfast

November 3, 2018

After a sleepless night of doing homework, students may wake up in the morning with no time to eat before you run out the door. To solve this issue, the...

Dunkin Donuts Changing its Name

Dunkin Donuts Changing its Name

October 26, 2018

A recent tweet from Dunkin Donuts announced that New England’s favorite coffee and donut chain will officially be known as “Dunkin” starting in January...

A closer look at our cafeteria

A closer look at our cafeteria

October 23, 2018

On the first day of school the cafeteria and its staff introduced the second chance breakfast which gives students the chance to have breakfast if they...

Ice Cream Favorites

Ice Cream Favorites

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...

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Dangerous Driving
It Can Wait

It Can Wait

November 9, 2018

International Adventures

International Adventures

October 23, 2018

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Technology Takeover
A Call From the Past

A Call From the Past

October 31, 2018

Payphones were very popular during the 1990s with over 2 million across America but over the years there has been a decline in payphones. Now, there are...

Technology is on the Rise…or Fall

Technology is on the Rise…or Fall

October 26, 2018

Imagine a world without technology. This might be tough because nowadays we rely heavily on technology to get us through the day and our high school careers. “Technology...

The Cameras

The Cameras

October 26, 2018

Approximately thirty-four cameras were installed at all entrances and exits of Triton High School, as well as throughout the hallways. After speaking with...

Raptor, Triton’s Little Blue Toaster

Raptor, Triton’s Little Blue Toaster

October 26, 2018

Raptor is not a actually a bird of prey or a toaster. It’s Triton new, $7,500, ID system that was implemented this year in all of the schools in the...

The North Korean Summit

The North Korean Summit

June 5, 2018

“I think that this is a very difficult situation that has a high chance of failing.  I do believe, however, that if it does manage to become a reality...

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Fun Holiday Activity
Are Horoscopes and Zodiac Symbols Accurate Representations Of Your Future?

Are Horoscopes and Zodiac Symbols Accurate Representations Of Your Future?

November 8, 2018

The Ancient Astrology Debate

The Ancient Astrology Debate

October 26, 2018

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New Teachers in Newbury

Triton Voice Staff
November 19, 2018

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New Teachers Move into Middle School

November 19, 2018

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New Salisbury Elementary School Teachers are Ready

November 19, 2018

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The Student News Site of Triton High School
The Student News Site of Triton High School