Veritas April Print Edition Available
Our latest print issue features the following stories. They are now on-line as well.
Taunts, chants and cheers: Are they offensive or part of the game?
Two Veritas reporters give their opinions about the recent controversy over the taunting at a local high school tournament game between Newton North and Catholic Memorial. The fans were barred from attending the following game because of the racist taunts. Website link to Zach Pransky and Greg Makarski’s pro/con opinion stories are now available.
Rockland blasts off into leadership at MASC
Hannah Murphy, Hayley Macray, Abby Condon and Jill Donahue recount the events of Student Government’s trip to MASC’s spring conference including Caitlin Yannizzi’s Polar Plunge fundraising efforts. Here is the website link: Rockland Blast Off Into MASC Spring Conference
Spring teams look to compete for titles
Adiza Alasa and Joe Taft talked to the spring coaches and athletes to get their take on how baseball, softball, tennis, track and lacrosse teams will fare this season. Go Dogs! Click on reporters’ names to link to their stories.
RHS grad helps battle poverty in Guatemala
Reporter Mike Ivanoskos continues his series on RHS graduates: Where Are They Now? In this story, Mike interviews Julia Rayberg, Class of 2011, who has started her own non-profit company called Worthy Village. Read this story here.
Don’t Miss Out on this issue; it will be our best yet and may even sell out!!!