The Lance

Kicking Off a New Season

Olivia Genco, Staff Writer
September 21, 2018

It is a new year for the NVOT football team with a lot of new changes and challenges on the field. So...

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Club Fair Faring Fairly Well

Grace Choi, Editor-in-Chief
September 20, 2018

On Thursday September 13th, students gathered outside during lunch for the annual club fair. Clubs advertised...

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Starting the Season with School Spirit

Olivia Franceschini, Managing Editor
September 20, 2018

The NVOT student body kicked off the new school year with school spirit. The pep rally on Friday, September...

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Go B19 or go home

Grace Choi, Editor-in-Chief
September 10, 2018

Many seniors came to school a day early to celebrate the beginning of senior year by decorating their...

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Dress to Impress

Nia Watson and Eve Foote | September 25, 2018

The first week back to school can be a little stressful as students receive new classes and teachers while trying to dress their best to make a good first impression. This school year, the first week consisted of two delayed openings, which gave students more time to get ready in the morning. As a result,...

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Bachelorette Recap Season 14 Episode 1

Alexandra George, Staff Writer | June 4, 2018

Ah, at long last, The Bachelorette has finally returned. Monday is no longer the worst day of the week because it means tons of roses, drama, and overall a great time. Everyone knows the premiere episode of each season means we get to meet the suitors. And let me tell you, this season’s men are...

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Kicking Off a New Season

Olivia Genco, Staff Writer
September 21, 2018

It is a new year for the NVOT football team with a lot of new changes and challenges on the field. So far, the team is 2-1, having won its games against...

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Keeping It Real with Fantasy-Week 3

Jake Wilkins and AJ Falkenstern
September 20, 2018

Le’Veon Bell not playing? Injuries hurting your dream team? Not sure on who to pick up off the waiver wire? The Lance is here to help you with all of...

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He Isn’t Dunn Yet

Grace Choi and Mera Abdalla
May 31, 2018

This winter sports season, the girls’ basketball team won the Big North and State Group 3 titles, setting a school record with 28 wins in a season. The...

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Spring Sports Check In

AJ Falkenstern, Luke Falkenstern, Jack Giannantonio, Craig Schulman, and Ryan Lee
May 16, 2018

Since the beginning of March, NVOT's spring sports teams have been practicing and playing nearly every day. This hard work has paid off as each team currently...

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AJITated about Net Neutrality

Ryan Ward, Special to The Lance | May 8, 2018

In modern America, technology is unavoidable. Toddlers are glued to their tablets watching YouTube videos before they can walk. Tweens spend countless hours playing Call of Duty on Xboxes and PlayStations. Every teen has a cell phone glued to their palm. Much of this technology would be obsolete without...

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A Hot Dog IS a Sandwich

Craig Schulman, Editor-in-Chief | April 23, 2018

If someone can present any form of a reasonable or analytical argument to refute the idea that a hot dog is a sandwich, I will gladly change my opinion. In order to maintain the journalistic integrity of The Lance, I want to remind everyone of the Merriam-Webster dictionary definition of a sandwich:...

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Stepping Into The Light

Josh Lee and Mera Abdalla
June 4, 2018

“Mic check. One, two, one, two,” junior Maria Chung said as she ensured everything was ready before her first performance at a music competition. Her palms began to sweat and her heart raced at the anticipation of her debut performance. When the announcer called “MARIA CHUNG!” she raced onto...

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Ri-citing for the Title

Ava Klein, Staff Writer
April 30, 2018

Rida Qureshi is a regular sophomore at NVOT. She’s the kind of student who stops at Starbucks weekly to get her usual chai latte, and who aims high for grades while spending her nights studying for APUSH rather than sleeping. However, she has qualities that make her stand out from others, and everyone...

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Marketing to Win the Election

Mera Abdalla, Section Editor
March 22, 2018

DECA challenges its students to take on the roles of business entrepreneurs in order to appeal to the competitive consumer market. Likewise, junior Dana Schoolsky had to appeal to her fellow DECA competitors in order to achieve the position of NJ DECA State President. DECA is a nationally recognized...

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Fashion Student of the Month: Basil Tweedy

Craig Schulman, Editor-in-Chief
March 6, 2018

College dormitories are notorious for their tight living quarters and small closets. While adjusting to dorm life is difficult for everyone, senior Basil Tweedy might have a harder time. After all, Tweedy has an entire closet dedicated just to his sneaker collection, but his style is much more than just...

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