The Uproar

Feeling the Pressure

Valerie Davis, Co-Editor-in-Chief
November 8, 2018

"All of these extracurricular activities are optional. School takes top priority over everything. Remember that." I'll always remember this quote, because my dad never fails to remind me of this advice. But he's not the only person in my life who never fails to remind me of the importance of school. As I walk through the halls of NASH, the intelligence among all of my peers surprises me. But...

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For Beto or Worse?

Jonathan Ross, Reporter
November 1, 2018

In his farewell speech, George Washington warned of the potential dangers of political parties. He believed that the foundation of permanent political parties would undermine the the purpose of being the United States of America, and he was correct. Essentially since our country’s inception, the primary dividing factor in this country has been the bipartisan separation on the issues confronting our...

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Securly is Watching You

Jonathan Ross, Reporter
October 25, 2018

I am not Catholic, and today is not a Sunday, but I have a confession. The first time that I can remember being in actual trouble was when I almost got run over by a car while playing soccer in the road. Having been told repeatedly not to play in the street, my parents decided it was time for punishment harsher than reprimanding words: I was not allowed to play soccer for a week, either at home...

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Application Anarchy

Katelyn Steigerwald, Features Editor

With this year's first quarter now long gone, the pressure of the college admissions process begins to build for NASH seniors. The early decision deadline, November 1st, has now past, only intensifying student drive to finish off—or start—applications. November 1st was the final day to submit early action or early decision applications to schools under serious consideration; however, each university...

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KDKA Recognizes NASH Senior’s Extra Effort

Melina Tripoli, Reporter

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Election Reflections

Anjana Suresh, Junior Class Co-Editor

The midterm elections on Tuesday were certainly a point of interest. Both Republicans and Democrats experienced victories and losses as the balance of congressional power shifted. I asked NASH students about their thoughts on the results of the election. Here are their responses. “I’m happy the Democrats took the House, and I hope they serve as a check on Trump. Statewise, I wish Emily Skopov...

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