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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

Car Chase Chaos
The Job Jungle
Pipeline Problems
The Faces of USA Gymnastics Come Forward
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Triton’s Response to Mental Health
With Custodial Shortage, Who Keeps School Clean During COVID?
Homecoming 2021 Turns Into Spirit Week 2021
What is the Impact of Media Fasts; Should Students be Spending More Time Away from Their Screens?
The Psychological Attraction of Christmas Decorating During COVID
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The American Problem
Where Should the Trillion Dollars Go?
Old Glory
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Triton’s Best Athletes Taking Next Step
Winter Sports Preview
Continued Success
Playoff Bound
Big Skates to Fill
Coming Together for the Environment
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Triton Voice for December 3, 2021
Triton Voice for November 5, 2021
Triton Voice for 10/29/21
Triton Voice for October 22, 2021
Triton Voice for November 26, 2020
Triton Voice for November 20, 2020
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Climate Watch: Erosion Eating Up Our Beaches

(COVID-19) Update 3/12/2020

March 12, 2020

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Triton Voice Archives
The Environmental Effects of the Clothing Industry

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...

Students From Triton High School Are Hitting Devious Licks

Students From Triton High School Are Hitting Devious Licks

November 2, 2021

Walking through the halls of Triton High School you may see students smuggling out microphones, exit signs, or even soap dispensers. This new...

Tickets to No. 1

January 24, 2021

On September 25th, 2020, Machine Gun Kelly came out with a new album titled “Tickets To My Downfall”.  “You’re a fraud if you haven’t listened...

Let’s Tok About This

Let’s Tok About This

January 22, 2021

Waking up to your alarm, it's 6:45 a.m., and the first thing you do is check social media on your phone. Social media plays a big role in teens' everyday...

Flashback Friday

Flashback Friday

January 13, 2021

Lights, camera, action! The stage is set for the latest fashion trends runway and the 90’s are in a full comeback. Shows like Friends prove to be influtentional...

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Why College Application Fees are Too Expensive

Cable V.S. Streaming

December 7, 2021

Triton’s Senior Privilege

December 7, 2021

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Restaurant Supports, but Grapples With New COVID-19 Guidelines
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...

I Bagel to Differ

I Bagel to Differ

January 7, 2020

There are a lot of New York style bagel shops in the North Shore, and although they are all delicious, some are better than others. So, we went to the four top rated bagel shops in the area so you don’t have to.

Big Donut Decision

January 5, 2020

Mr. Allens’ C period journalism class chose whether the donuts were truly donuts or do-nots. 

Best Chicken Sandwich

Best Chicken Sandwich

January 5, 2020

Putting an end to the war on chicken sandwiches with a review on the four most popular chicken fast food chicken sandwiches around to see, the Triton Voice...

Fast Food Wars

Fast Food Wars

January 3, 2020

  Which fast food giant will come out on top? There's one thing about fast food that everyone can agree on: it’s not healthy. Doctors, athletes,...

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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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Amazon’s Take Over of 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...

Social Media May Be Making Us More Narcissistic

January 30, 2020

In 1997 the first social media site, Six Degrees, was created. Little did the population know that this small website was the first of a multi-billion...

Are Smartwatches Giving You Smarter Choices?

January 30, 2020

You see older generations with a watch primarily for telling time. But there's a new era, which can contain a heart monitor, and how many steps a person...

Defining How Young Is Too Young To Have Social Media

January 30, 2020

High Schoolers: think about how young you were when you first got social media. Think about how social media has affected your mental health. Even though...

The Burden of Taking More Pictures

The Burden of Taking More Pictures

January 29, 2020

In everyday life, if someone sees something amazing, they don’t try and capture every glimpse of it with their vision to store in their brain, they pull out their smartphones in hopes of getting some approval of their peers later when they show them a picture of something they could have actually been a part of.

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Halo Master Chief Review for PC
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.

Top Summer Drinks and Smoothies

May 28, 2019

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One size doesn’t cut it…

olivia kneeland
January 29, 2020

Cinderella’s glass slipper only fit her for one reason and that's because one size does NOT fit all... Brandy Melville is a teen clothing brand that claims to be one size fits all but that's not necessarily...

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Amanda Ouellette, Staff Writer
November 18, 2019

Students off campus eating lunch, students being able to leave during study; seniors relax in the lounge and not having to pay $180 for parking. This is what Triton High School was like 30 years ago but times have change. If a student is interested in changing senior privileges, Mr. Patrick Kelley...

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A Halloween hallway tradition

Heidi Ernst
November 18, 2019

From cartoon characters to doctors and police officers and basketball players to VSCO girls, the Triton senior class marched through the hallways of Triton for the annual Halloween parade.

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January 27, 2021

On September 25th, 2020, Machine Gun Kelly came out with a new album titled “Tickets To My Downfall”.  “You’re a fraud if you haven’t listened to this album!” said by an . This album is loved by many, and according to Billboard, it earned MGK his first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200! Although...

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March 9, 2020

Triton Vikings hockey plays agains Lincoln Sudbury tonight at Umass Lowell Tsongas Center

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February 14, 2020

Since the opening of President Donald Trump’s Twitter in 2009, he has sent more than 41,000 tweets and is “mentioned” at a rate of 1,000 tweets per minute, according to The New York Times. Some go as far as to consider Trump’s presidency “the first twitter-based presidency (DiggitMagazine)....

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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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