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The Little Things

The Little Things

Betul Tuncer, Assignment Editor

November 15, 2019

A string of green lights, free donuts, wearing sweatpants to school. These are all things that seem quite trivial, yet on rare occasions, they seem to ignite a spark of joy within us. As human beings, we often overlook the little things in life and always fixate upon the future. We spend our daily live...

Back Attack

Back Attack

Carli Leonard, Staff Writer

November 8, 2019

How many years have you been playing football? I’ve been playing football since first grade. Is there anyone in particular that you feel has impacted your football career? My brothers, Tarik Cohen and Troy Polamalu. Do you want to play football in college? Yes, I intend to play Divi...

Kickstarter

Kickstarter

Lily Courville, Staff Writer

November 7, 2019

How long have you been playing soccer? I have played soccer since I was 3 years old, so that would be 13 years. Do you currently play for any soccer teams other than the school team? I play for the Riverhounds Development Academy.  How do you train outside of soccer practice? Wheneve...

Ladies’ Fall Fashion 2019

Ladies’ Fall Fashion 2019

Carli Leonard, Staff Writer

November 4, 2019

Ballpark Figure

Ballpark Figure

Tyler Boyles, Staff Writer

November 1, 2019

Senior Abby Birch was a driving force for the Slow-Pitch Softball Team, leading the team to a 8-6 record and to the WPISL quarterfinals this season. How did the season go? We ended with a winning record and that’s always a good thing. We started off the season pretty strong with 4 straight win...

Wacky National Holidays – November

Wacky National Holidays – November

Megan Wilson and Abby Pingpank

November 1, 2019

November 1st: National Cook for Your Pets Day This is the day to cook a meal, not to treat your human friends but rather to treat your pets. Instead of feeding your pet the usual store-bought meal, show how much you love them and cook up something special.    November 4th: National Candy...

Overheard in the Halls

Overheard in the Halls

Uproar Staff

November 1, 2019

“Cucumbers are just crunchy water.”   “I’m dropping out of senior year.”   “Everyone is so mean and I need some positivity.”   “Well, I’m not having a kid with you!”   “It was so Pittsburgh that it hurt.”    “We were just t...

A Glimpse Behind The Screen

A Glimpse Behind The Screen

Sofia Brickner, Staff Writer

November 1, 2019

The Key is Kindness

Hannah Ledrick, Staff Writer

November 1, 2019

Serve someone else today--the kind way! Add a sprinkle of kindness, the perfect ingredient to make any dish better. Nash students give the inside scoop on their approach to kindness.       Random Acts Of Kindness Ideas: Give a stranger a compliment Pay for the person behind you in line at a drive thru...

Speak Up

Speak Up

Neeti Cherukupalli, Staff Writer

November 1, 2019

If you attended the Homecoming parade earlier this month, chances are you saw a massive herd of dalmatians in the mix. With clearly over 101 members, the Speech and Debate team not only stands as one of the largest clubs at North Allegheny, but also as one of the most accomplished. Take a stroll dow...

Good Talk: Mrs Loeffert

Good Talk: Mrs Loeffert

Maria Cima, Director of Podcasts

November 1, 2019

What is your favorite part of your job? My favorite part of this job is getting to know my students, both seniors and preschoolers. What's your least favorite part of your job? I dislike that all of my students leave me and NASH. My seniors go off to college and my preschoolers go to kinderga...

La Gourmandine Review

La Gourmandine Review

Somya Thakur, Staff Writer

October 31, 2019

If you are looking for a bakery with authenticity, La Gourmandine is the place to go. The original cafe in Lawrenceville feels like it could be found on the streets of France. With all-natural ingredients, La Gourmandine strives to keep its bakery items simple but fresh.  Owners Fabien and Lisanne Moreau run the sto...

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