• April 14Carnival is scheduled for May 18.

  • April 14AP exams will begin on May 7.

  • April 3Junior prom is scheduled for May 19.

THE ALGONQUIN HARBINGER

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  • Casapulla creates custom dress for prom
  • Tomahawk debate continues: School mascot appropriation or pride?
  • ‘Needs Improvement’ comedy show aims to entertain, inspire
  • Parkland journalists: “We know the power of our voices”
Promposals become productions
Calnan leaves math department, becomes Technology Specialist

Calnan leaves math department, becomes Technology Specialist

April 15, 2018

Math teacher Brian Calnan hopes to promote the student body’s technical learning in his upcoming positi...

Democrats Club sponsors voter registration for students

Democrats Club sponsors voter registration for students

April 6, 2018

The Democrats Club, with help from the guidance department, sponsored voting registration in the cafe...

Speaker Travis Roy shares story of perseverance

Speaker Travis Roy shares story of perseverance

March 28, 2018

Travis Roy, a former Boston University hockey player who had a life changing accident in his fir...

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Faculty Friday: Valerie Burdette
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REVIEW: ‘Fortnite’ blows up, provides fun gaming experience
REVIEW: ‘Dexter’ excites with intriguing plot line

REVIEW: ‘Dexter’ excites with intriguing plot line

April 15, 2018

REVIEW: Hot Table Panini serves delicious meals in a trendy atmosphere

REVIEW: Hot Table Panini serves delicious meals in a trendy atmosphere

April 14, 2018

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Art Week showcases student creativity

Ben Weber, Assistant News Editor
April 10, 2018

Members of the National Art Honor Society helped to organize the first annual Art Week, which showcased both student artwork and musical performances throughout the building through the week of March 19. March is Youth Art Month and NAHS wanted to celebrate by allowing students to express themselves in ways they normally wouldn’t, like with live painting, temporary tattoos, stickers, live ...

Speaker Travis Roy shares story of perseverance

Ben Weber and Larissa Andrade
March 28, 2018

Travis Roy, a former Boston University hockey player who had a life changing accident in his first college game resulting in paralysis from his neck down, spoke to the freshman and sophomore classes with his inspiring message to never give up in trying to overcome life’s obstacles. Roy was a talented hockey player from Augusta, Maine who was starting his first ever hockey game for Boston Univers...

Students walk out in support of Parkland, gun control

March 14, 2018

On March 14, at 10 a.m., students filled the hallways of Algonquin and their made way outside to demonstrate in silence for the victims of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida.

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Katrina Liu
Katrina Liu

Assistant Opinion Editor

Katrina started writing for The Harbinger in sophomore year through Journalism class, and is currently...

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