The Uproar

Ms. Grecco, new to NASH, spends her day teaching 11th graders American history.

The Best of Both Worlds

Kaitlyn Klinefelter, Staff Writer September 16, 2021

Many people may know her as the bubbly social studies teacher who teaches World Cultures at NAI and Modern American History at NASH. She is a friendly face located on the third floor and is the embodiment...

Good Talk: Ms. Spak

Good Talk: Ms. Spak

Emily Janosko, Staff Writer September 16, 2021

What inspired you to be a biology teacher? I have always enjoyed learning about life. After graduating with my bachelor’s degree in Biology and working a lot of odd jobs, I realized that I really...

Though most high school students are not currently of voting age, a nationwide movement may one day give them a voice come election season.

The Movement to Lower the Voting Age

Sam Podnar, Staff Writer September 14, 2021

I had my first brush with civic engagement in third grade, when I walked into the makeshift polling booth at my elementary school and proudly cast my ballot for whichever candidate my parents told me to...

Star-Spangled Spirit

Star-Spangled Spirit

Waverly Younts, Senior Staff Writer September 13, 2021

20 Years Ago

20 Years Ago

Michelle Hwang, Features Editor September 10, 2021

Mrs. Foglio's typical day consists of taking countless phone calls, organizing NASH principal Dr. Dirda's schedule, and communicating building events to the NASH staff.

At the Heart of NASH

Emily Janosko, Staff Writer September 9, 2021

Behind the glass doors of the Main Office on the first floor one woman embodies the optimism and school spirit that characterize the best of NASH, while also ensuring that every day at the school runs...

Peebles School was the first of seven elementary schools to be built.

The History of North Allegheny

Anthony Durzo, News Editor September 8, 2021

Today, the North Allegheny School District consists of seven elementary schools, three middle schools, and two high schools. The district has been presented with 20 awards and distinctions for their performance...

A medical professional is seen hard at work during these troubling times.

New Booster Shot Brings Hope

Camryn Gray, Staff Writer September 8, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has been raging for well over a year, and vaccines have been distributed to an abundance of Americans. However, those who struggle with a weaker immune system are still at risk....

Mr. Perfect

Mr. Perfect

Quinn Volpe, Co-Editor-in-Chief September 7, 2021

How did you feel when you found out about your perfect scores on the SAT and ACT? I was elated. I remember finding out about the SAT score, which came first, at home. I woke up around 7 AM for school...

Ready, Set, Jump!

Ready, Set, Jump!

Kara Mihm, Co-Editor-in-Chief August 31, 2021

How did you get started playing volleyball? Everyone in my family played. My mom played in college and then continued her career on the National Team. When my brother started to play, my sisters wanted...

Good Talk: Mr. Salopek

Good Talk: Mr. Salopek

Kara Mihm, Co-Editor-in-Chief August 26, 2021

  Growing up, what was your dream job? Have you always wanted to be an assistant principal? My dream job was always to be a teacher. I didn't know what I wanted to teach or where I wanted to...

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