Posts Tagged ‘ Jojo ’

Spanish Club travels overseas to Catalonia, Spain

Jojo Zieff Veritas associate editor   (May 16, 2013) Fourteen Nantucket High School students along with five chaperones embarked on the Spanish Club trip to Barcelona in early April. Among these students were nine seniors and five juniors. The chaperones included…

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Teen Center to receive renovations

Jojo Zieff Veritas Associate Editor (April 25, 2013)  Over the last 30 years, the Nantucket Teen Center has been a haven for teenage students of all sorts. Since it first opened in 1979, it has been a place for students…

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NHS alumnus Eric Roberts aids in winning of “Grand Chef” title

Jojo Zieff Veritas Associate Editor   (March 21, 2013)  The title of “Grand Chef” is so prestigious that only a very few chefs have the chance to obtain it. Eric Roberts, a 2007 Nantucket High School graduate, is part of…

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Nantucket students enjoy tennis and squash at area venues

Jojo Zieff Veritas Associate Editor   (March 21, 2013)  Nantucket High School student-athletes have the opportunity to show their athletic prowess in sports such as soccer, football, baseball, swimming, and many other school-sponsored programs, in front of a large audience…

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Athlete of the Month: Alexa Crosby

Athlete of the Month: Alexa Crosby

  Jojo Zieff Veritas Associate Editor   (Dec. 13, 2012)  If you watched any of the Nantucket Varsity Girls Soccer games this season, it is clear that you saw one thing: Alexa Crosby making a huge impact, whether she is…

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Boys soccer enjoys a solid, successful season

Boys soccer enjoys a solid, successful season

By Carlos Chavez Veritas Editing Staff   (Nov. 16, 2012)  The varsity boy’s soccer team finished the regular season strongly, closing with a record of 12-1-2. The Whalers’ only loss came against Archbishop Williams, and they tied Bourne and had…

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The Great Debate: Affirmative action’s role in student life in conflict, effects questioned

Affirmative action is, as specified by Executive Order 11246 (Sep. 1965), where factors such as racial, religious, and national origins are not taken into account  in admission to organizations or employment. The term, once used to describe the concept of…

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Field Hockey sees blazing success with new season

Field Hockey sees blazing success with new season

By Jojo Zieff Veritas Assistant Sports Editor   (Oct. 11, 2012)  The Lady Whalers Field Hockey team is off to a blazing start with a 5-1 record after the first month of the season. Despite having several key players graduate…

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