Congratulations to the 2022 Localizing Contest winners

Congratulations to the following winners of the 2022 Localizing Contest:

Algonquin Regional High School, The Harbinger, Northboro, MA
“50 years later: Title IX’s impact on Algonquin” Riya Mahanta and Katherine Wu

Barnstable High School, BHS Insight, Hyannis, MA
“Lifeguarding: The Ultimate Summer Job” Carly Steenstra

Brimmer and May School, The Gator, Chestnut Hill, MA
“MBTA Shutdown, Accidents Impact Community” Abby Jacobs
“Continued Travel, Delays Impact Students, Teachers” Giulia Laurenza
“Quarantined Students Face Make-Up Work” Kate Hirschen

Brookline High School, The Sagamore, Brookline, MA
“Latinx Fiesta displays pride in identity” Eleanor Bergstein
“Community gathers to colorfully celebrate Holi” Jean Hur
“Paving the way towards accessible, affordable housing” Alice MacGarvie Thompson, Tai Canetti and Atlas Noubir
“Transgender pride flag burned at United Parish” Allen Yu
“Ramadan connects Muslim students around the school” Hannah Oh
“Language Virtual supports difficulties in Ukraine with the help of Nova Ukraine” Valentia Burlak and Audrey Garon
“Community stands together in national queer youth walkout” Ella Kennedy

Buckingham Browne & Nichols School, The Vanguard, Cambridge, MA
“U.S. History incorporates Native American histories” Alexandra Kluzak

Cape Cod Regional Technical High School, Tech Talk, Harwich, MA
“The Cost of Not Retaining Teachers” Kelsey Baker
“A Lesson in Technology” Kelsey Baker
“School Recycling Program Disappears” Josh Wiggin
“Alarm Sounded Over Pollinator Die-Off” Ava Pascarelli
“Gas Prices Provoke Concern” Jackson Sorbello

Holbrook Middle High School, Code Blue News, Holbrook, MA
“Sports Betting in Massachusetts” Joe McLaughlin
“Telecommunicator Week at HRECC” Nicholas Cioff, Dalice Rodriguez Viera
“Council on Aging” Kai Forbes, Johann Rodriguez
“8th Grade Refugee Day” Madison Burnett, Amy Yip
“Holbrook Town Hall” Jshawa Solomon

Newton North High School, Newtonite, Newtonville, MA
“FORJ panel addresses banned books, points toward awareness” Dea Pence

Newton North High School, NN Update, Newtonville, MA
“Blood Bank Shortage” Kyle Bunn and Sean O’Neil
“Mask Mandate Update” Aidan Vahey and Sarper Paker

Plymouth South High School, Panther TV, Plymouth, MA
“Hurricane Ian” Nathaniel Wolfgang Wood
“Food Bank” Alek Law
“Panther Patrol” Jacob Ohlson
“Children’s Business Fair” Jennifer Jodice
“College Fair” Elizabeth Lombardo
“The Farmhouse” Dylan Long
“Skills USA” Taylor Gendron
“Alumni Spotlight: Beau MacMillan” Taylor Gendron
“Alumni Spotlight: Tara Willis” Taylor Gendron