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Recent Sports Scores
  • Monday, November 4

    Girls' Volleyball

    NVOT 2 - Iselin Kennedy 0

  • Sunday, November 3

    Girls' Volleyball

    NVOT 2 - Immaculate Heart 1

  • Friday, November 1

    Boys' Soccer

    NVOT 2 - Ramapo 4

  • Friday, November 1

    Football

    NVOT 28 - Bergenfield 13

  • Friday, November 1

    Girls' Volleyball

    NVOT 2 - Pascack Hills 0

  • Thursday, October 31

    Girls' Soccer

    NVOT 2 - Wayne Valley 4

  • Tuesday, October 29

    Boys' Soccer

    NVOT 2 - Tenafly 1

  • Tuesday, October 29

    Girls' Volleyball

    NVOT 2 - Indian Hills 0

  • Monday, October 28

    Girls' Soccer

    NVOT 2 - Sparta 0

  • Saturday, October 26

    Girls' Volleyball

    NVOT 2 - Holy Angels 1

  • Friday, October 25

    Football

    NVOT 59 - Teaneck 19

  • Thursday, October 24

    Girls' Soccer

    NVOT 2 - Clifton 1

A Pasta-tively Good Show

Tala Areiqat, Staff Writer
December 4, 2019

Parents gathered into the north and south cafeterias waiting for the students from the NVOT Arts and...

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Spreading the Spirit of Giving

Olivia Klein, Staff Writer
December 4, 2019

The holiday season is the time of year to give back. With the fast-approaching holidays coming up, the...

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Closing the Books to Open the Mind

Nia Watson, Eve Foote, and Celia Hansen
November 27, 2019

On Friday, November 22, NVOT students had the opportunity to step away from school work and other obligations....

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Use Your Loose Coins to Make a Change. It Just Makes Cents

Olivia Klein, Staff Writer
November 14, 2019

Spare change is typically misplaced or neglected. Instead of letting excess money sit at the bottom of...

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Metamorphoses Makes a Splash!

Sophie Atalla, Staff Writer | December 6, 2019

Live water, Greek mythology, and passionate storytelling were all part of 2019’s fall drama: Metamorphoses. Each actor was required to play multiple characters while reenacting a modern take on ten Greek myths. Director Susan Van Buskirk said, “These stories have been around for 2,000 years and we...

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Songs and Spaghetti

Tala Areiqat, Staff Writer | December 4, 2019

Performers Featured in Video Trio: Seniors Marielle Santos, Mia Chu, and Andrea Lim Duet: Senior Alexandra Humphreys and Sophomore Brooke Wilkins Saxophone Quartet: Freshmen Luke Brossard, Derek Liang, Seho Lee, Jun Sim Piano: Sophomore Kaitlyn Hwang

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Still Keeping It Real With Fantasy- Week 14

Daniel Rivera and Kevin Pulickal
December 5, 2019

Playoffs are beginning for some leagues, and others still have a week or two to make the final playoff push. Either way, we are here to help you get fantasy...

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Still Keeping It Real With Fantasy- Week 13

Daniel Rivera and Kevin Pulickal
November 27, 2019

Thanksgiving means three things: Food, Family, and Football. With three games on Thanksgiving, there will be a lot of fantasy players in action. News- Andy...

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Still Keeping It Real With Fantasy- Week 12

Daniel Rivera and Kevin Pulickal
November 22, 2019

Welcome back to Week 12 of Fantasy Football! This past week contained much of the same, with Lamar Jackson playing at an MVP level, the Bengals losing,...

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The Final Four

Maren Womble, Associate Editor
November 21, 2019

As the college football season reaches its end, the race for the playoffs continues to blur. It is week 13 now and the rankings remain constant after the...

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Fall Back…Into Seasonal Depression?

Alex Chrenko and Emily Gullestad | November 6, 2019

Alex: Daylight Savings Time ending is one of the most depressing times of the year. The sun sets earlier, it’s ALWAYS dark, and honestly, I never want to leave my bed. Oh and also, it’s the unofficial start to winter. Emily: The world gets darker sooner, you get an extra hour of sleep, and you...

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The Real Reason to Join School Clubs

Danielle Mimeles, Editor-in-Chief | March 29, 2019

February 27 is an inconspicuous date if there ever was one. It meant nothing to me until it passed just a few days ago. On that day, I said good-bye to the extracurricular that made me into the person I am today and changed the course of my life for good. The extracurricular that changed me was not...

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Teammates by Chance, Family by Choice

Brooke Ackerman, Staff Writer
November 25, 2019

The South Gym at NVOT was packed with students, families, and friends as the third set began. It was the Bergen County Championship and the Golden Knights were tied with number one ranked Immaculate Heart Academy (IHA). The girls had come out strong in the first set, winning 26 to 24, but fell short...

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Can I Speak to the Manager?

Kaila Cohen, Staff Writer
November 5, 2019

Unlike most other NVOT sports teams, the boys soccer team never successfully appointed a student to officially manage their team for their 2019 season, and has thus far have played without one. However, that’s about to change. Senior Matt Dolan has swooped in and persuaded his way into the boys...

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It’s a Bird, It’s a Train, It’s a Zelcer

AJ Falkenstern, Associate Editor
November 4, 2019

It was 30 minutes before Back to School Night, and instead of preparing for a presentation, English teachers Jeffrey Train and Brook Zelcer were cruising down the street with a hawk. After school on September 26, Train and Zelcer had time to kill before Back to School Night. They decided to “have...

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Great job, Here’s a Pat on the Back

Grace Choi, Editor-in-Chief
May 17, 2019

Towering at a height of 6 foot 2 inches and carrying a jug of water to calculus, he sat, ready to tackle a challenging packet of AP questions. After school, he ran out onto the football field, ready to tackle the opposing team. Junior Pat Passalacqua, who plays offensive and defensive line on our...

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