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So Close and Yet So Far: A Trip to Cuba

So Close and Yet So Far: A Trip to Cuba

Sophia Caruso, Staff Writer

January 17, 2020

Over winter break, my family and I took a week-long trip to a destination few other Americans have visited: Cuba. We left early on December 29th and began our day-long journey to the country's capital, Havana. The flight from Florida to Cuba takes a little over an hour, but while it may seem a s...

Word of the Year 2020

Word of the Year 2020

Hannah Ledrick, Staff Writer

January 17, 2020

The Rise of Nico-Teen

The Rise of Nico-Teen

Lucie Flagg, Staff Writer

January 16, 2020

Almost every high schooler has seen it -- the puff of vapor coming from a bathroom stall or the slick passing of what looks like a flash drive from one friend to another. Teen e-cigarette and vaping figures have grown exponentially in recent years. While brands like Juul are thriving, many point to con...

When Teenage Relationships Turn Abusive

When Teenage Relationships Turn Abusive

Reese Marsalis, Staff Writer

January 15, 2020

With Valentine’s Day and Morp a month away and Prom preparations soon to follow, there's perhaps no better time of the year to be in a relationship. It's a daily spectacle. Couples hold hands in the hallways, Snapchats featuring significant others are posted daily, and for many teenagers, the desir...

Good Talk: Mrs. Sullivan

Good Talk: Mrs. Sullivan

Phoebe Liu, Staff Writer

January 14, 2020

How many years have you been teaching at NASH? 30 years of active teaching. I was hired as a long-term sub in 1987 and, after taking off 3 years to raise my kids, I never left.  Favorite memory in your teaching career?  It’s hard to pick just one. Most of my favorite memories are seeing my stude...

Fashionista

Fashionista

Rachel Tian, Staff Writer

January 10, 2020

When did you first become interested in fashion design? In 8th grade FCS, I discovered that I was good at sewing and that I liked it. I also liked to draw people and design the clothes they wear, so I knew I wanted to do something in art and fashion illustration. In 9th grade, I joined the fashion...

An Epidemic Before Its Time

An Epidemic Before Its Time

Lucie Flagg, Staff Writer

January 9, 2020

Flooding through the halls of NASH is an illness that has historically taken over the brains and bodies of seniors. But in recent years, students have discerned that this so-called senior-itis has spread through the district and into the minds of other high schoolers, even as young as those in their freshman y...

Good Talk: Mr. Rhinehart

Good Talk: Mr. Rhinehart

Jeannie Schleppy, Staff Reporter

January 7, 2020

What inspired you to be a teacher? The question isn’t actually easy to answer, but I remember thinking that I wanted a job where part of it was always learning something, because I enjoy learning. Teaching lends itself to that for sure. I remember having different jobs over the years, where my favorite...

Men’s Winter Fashion 2019

Men’s Winter Fashion 2019

Carli Leonard, Staff Writer

January 7, 2020

Up Close: Teacher Jeopardy 2019

Up Close: Teacher Jeopardy 2019

Meg Rees, Photography Editor

January 6, 2020

400 Years

400 Years

Jordan Atkins, Staff Writer

December 20, 2019

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