Triton Voice

Is it too late?
Alternative Fact?
After 32 years of running, they finally made it
Advocating for our First Amendment
The I.N.F Treaty is Dead
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Occupation Observation
Dangerous Driving
(College) Deadlines, Deadlines, Deadlines!
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Unsung Heroes of Triton

Julia Boyle, Staff Writer
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 have such a large impact on the field.     “It’s very intimidating going from playing youth soccer to playing varsity soccer.” said Hall. Throughout Triton High School, there are many...

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Arguing with Nine Year Olds and Ninety Year Olds

Jeremy Duford, Staff Writer
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 made to provide exactly what its name suggests, a youth flag football league in Salisbury. Established in 2007, hundreds of kids compete each year at a local level, in Amesbury, Pentucket, Newburyport,...

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New Rink in Town (or 6)

Connor Beevers, Staff Writer
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 rink is expected to cost around $48 million, but town officials hope it will bring in more jobs, as well as more taxes. The rink, being built by Global Property Developers Corp, is expected to be...

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Triton’s Voice on Triton’s voices

Jeremy Duford, Staff Writer
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, that celebrates the bonds and similarities people share is music. Triton has had a history of students who make and produce their own music. Big Ders (Andrew Almeida), Big L (Lewis Lehereux),...

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Are Horoscopes and Zodiac Symbols Accurate Representations Of Your Future?

November 8, 2018

Ever wondered how the placement of stars at the time of one’s birth can affect their character traits for the rest of their life? Ever wondered how the alignment of astrological signs can help individuals better understand themselves? So, what is a horoscope? “ I guess a horoscope is monthly stuff telling people what is going to happen in their lives.” explained Sophia Agrella, a Triton junior. According...

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Talent in Triton

Ethan Tougas and Amanda Bowman
November 8, 2018

As with any group of people, the student body at Triton harbors unique interests and talented individuals; Quentin Callewaert and Ben Janvrin are no exceptions. Callewaert and Janvrin have both made names for themselves as top-notch musicians, in both their personal lives, as well as in the Triton Arts Department. Sue Densmore, head of the arts department, spoke of their talent and some defining...

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Triton: Then vs. Now

Grace Poster, Staff Writer
November 9, 2018

In the towns of Salisbury, Newbury, and Rowley, excitement was in the air on September 8th, 1971. Thirteen-hundred teenagers hailed from all three communities to attend the grand opening of Triton Regional Junior-Senior High School. For the first time ever, students stepped off their buses at 7:30 a.m. and onto Triton’s soil, where they were promptly met with guides to escort them throughout the...

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Cheater, Cheater, Pumpkin Eater

Kelley Frithsen, Staff Writer
November 9, 2018

When faced with the stress of a test or just being too tired to study, students turn to cheating to help pass a test or get an A in their classes. Cheating defined by the Triton High School handbook is “Intentionally using or attempting to use unauthorized materials… to gain advantage on a quiz, test, exam, report, or other class project.” Also, it is aiding students to do better on a quiz,...

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Understanding Your Taxes

Joe Luciano, Staff Writer
November 9, 2018

As a civic duty, taxes by far are the most expensive of the bunch, and sometimes it might feel like your money is just being thrown away. Taxes can be complicated, confusing, and you might think the government is just stealing your money, but where does that money actually go? In this article, it is my goal that the reader gains insight to a little of the back end part of their taxes and where...

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Birchbox vs. Ipsy
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,...

Teens and Trending Fashion

Teens and Trending Fashion

October 29, 2018

Nowadays teens in high school are looking to go into the fashion industry as a serious career, but how many of them will actually survive in such a competitive...

College Merhcandise

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....

Yeti Becomes A New Trend

Yeti Becomes A New Trend

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...

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Libraries May Be Losing Popularity
Triton’s Opinion on the New Supreme Court Justice

Triton’s Opinion on the New Supreme Court Justice

October 26, 2018

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

The Best School Day Ever???

The Best School Day Ever???

June 19, 2018

Ice Cream Favorites

Ice Cream Favorites

June 8, 2018

Senior Class Bucket List

Senior Class Bucket List

June 8, 2018

Santa Fe falls to School Shooting

Santa Fe falls to School Shooting

June 5, 2018

What to Expect in College: Moving On Up

What to Expect in College: Moving On Up

May 23, 2018

The Trouble with Summer….

The Trouble with Summer….

May 21, 2018

US Launches Missiles

US Launches Missiles

May 17, 2018

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Can Organic Foods Lower Your Risk of Cancer?
Everyone Deserves a Second Chance… to Eat Breakfast

Everyone Deserves a Second Chance… to Eat 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...

Cafeteria News: A better look into our cafeteria

Cafeteria News: A better look into 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...

Triton Arts sets sail

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...

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Triton Voice for Friday, 11/9/18
Triton Voice for Friday, 11/2/18

Triton Voice for Friday, 11/2/18

November 9, 2018

October 25, 2018

Print Edition for Dec. 1, 2017

Print Edition for Dec. 1, 2017

November 30, 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

Print Edition

Print Edition

October 24, 2017

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A Call From the Past
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...

Artificial Celebrities

May 14, 2018

Their names are Lil Miquela, Bermuda, and Blasko. They were generated by a company called Brud. This company is part of the CGI; Computer Generated...

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Are Horoscopes and Zodiac Symbols Accurate Representations Of Your Future?
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Dangerous Driving
It Can Wait

It Can Wait

November 9, 2018

International Adventures

International Adventures

October 23, 2018

Hawaiian volcanoes

June 8, 2018

FedEx: Death Delivery

April 5, 2018

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Triton’s Loss & Staff’s Gain

Eric Desprez, Staff Writer
November 2, 2018

Triton High School has recently cut 13 IA teachers due to budget costs. This has changed the responsibilities for the remaining IA’s as well as cause some adjustments to be made around the district. “It was hard losing them, it is always a tough decision, but this was the right one that affected the children in the least way. I would do it again if I had to, the staff is fully capable of this...

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Pine Grove School Gets a Facelift

Caitlin White and Joe Luciano
October 23, 2018

The renovation at Pine Grove Elementary School is underway and both the students and the teachers are feeling the consequences. Mrs. Christine Kneeland is the Principal at Pine Grove and has been for 10 years now. “It was a dump. It was falling apart and we needed to bring this building into the 21st century,” says Kneeland. Pine Grove was built in 1954 and the last time any type of...

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The Ever-Changing Middle School

Joshua Lind and Michael Fish, Staff Writers
October 23, 2018

Last years, due to budget cuts, there were multiple programs cut and one teacher  laid off in the middle school. This year, the 7th grade lost the privilege of having a foreign language class. This loss led to the institution of a new culture class where students learn about four different cultures throughout the year. In addition, the middle school no longer has teams, meaning that 7-2 and 7-3 are...

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