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Good Talk: Mr. Smith

Good Talk: Mr. Smith

Cassidy Kufner, Reporter

November 13, 2018


Filed under Good Talk

Has working at North Allegheny differed from other school districts? Last year, I was at a very small private high school.  The year before that I was at Mt. Lebanon High School, which is a bit more of a similar environment. What’s different here from most schools I’ve been at is that the par...

Good Talk: Mrs. Winters

Good Talk: Mrs. Winters

Megan Wilson, Reporter

November 12, 2018


Filed under Good Talk

Did you always want to be a gym teacher? Yes, I did. Did you play any sports in high school? I did softball and cheerleading. Was gym your favorite class in school? Yes, it was my favorite class. How many years have you been teaching? Have you always been teaching at NA? 21 years teachi...

Major League

Major League

Samantha Solenday, Assignments Editor

November 12, 2018


Filed under Features, Focus of Attention

Before last Friday's playoff football game, NA Marching Band Drum Majors, Jack Lopuszynski, Ellie Rapp, and Becca Wickett, reflected on their last four years with in the Band. How long have you been in NA’s Marching Band, and what instruments do you play? Jack: We’ve all been in Band for four years. You ...

Loud and Proud

Loud and Proud

Valerie Davis, Co-Editor-in-Chief

November 9, 2018


Filed under Features, Focus of Attention

When did you start cheerleading? I feel like cheer has always been apart of my life ever since I was a little girl and my sister was a cheerleader. I officially started cheering for the school going into seventh grade. Who influenced you to become a cheerleader? I would say my sister. She made som...

Star Pitcher

Star Pitcher

Samantha Solenday, Assignments Editor

November 7, 2018


Filed under Focus of Attention, Sports

Melissa Metzger, starting pitcher for the Girls' Varsity Slow-Pitch Softball Team, relives her final season on the team before heading off to college. Why did you decide to first play softball? Before I could play recreational with IFPAA (Ingomar Franklin Park Athletic Association), I would play w...

Dog of the Month ~ November

Dog of the Month ~ November

Madi Robertson, Reporter

November 7, 2018


Filed under Dog of the Month

No Excuses

No Excuses

Rin Swann, Reporter

November 2, 2018


Filed under Carousel, Features

We get it: sometimes life is rough and homework is impossible. Maybe you forgot, maybe you didn’t want to do it, or maybe the temptation of the next season of Grey’s Anatomy was just too good to pass up. But with every missed assignment comes that “look” on your teacher’s face as they ask yo...

The Weekender: Wood Street Galleries

The Weekender: Wood Street Galleries

Katelyn Steigerwald, Features Editor

November 2, 2018


Filed under Carousel, Culture, Features

Located just above the Wood Street T-Station Downtown, the Wood Street Galleries showcase an ever-changing array of exhibitions created by artists from all around the world. With a newfound, growing interest in diverse media concepts, these talented and unique works of art can be found all over, e...

Hit Woman

Hit Woman

Carli Leonard, Reporter

October 30, 2018


Filed under Focus of Attention, Sports

Middle Hitter Anna Sprys, a member of the undefeated Girls' Volleyball team, hopes to have another successful high school season before she embarks on her next four years in the classroom and on the court at Binghamton University.  How young were you when you first started playing volleyball? What...

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