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Hoco or No-Go: Thrift Shops

Hoco or No-Go: Thrift Shops

Alex Flagg, Nisha Rao, and Amanda Lu

September 18, 2018


Filed under Carousel, Culture, Features

We all know the crunch of having to get a homecoming dress that checks all the boxes: looks good, within a budget, and fits us well. So, we decided to help you out by visiting different shops at different price ranges to try and find the perfect dress. First up, thrift stores! We visited three...

Trailblazer

Trailblazer

Nick Farabaugh, Sports Editor

September 17, 2018


Filed under Focus of Attention, Sports

After three years at a high school in Illinois, senior Zach Kinne moved to NA. He lit the Cross Country world on fire when he not only won his first race as a Tiger, but set a new school record. He is now gaining national attention.  How long have you been running cross country? I have been doi...

Good Talk: Mrs. Omasits

Good Talk: Mrs. Omasits

Carissa Ackison, Reporter

September 14, 2018


Filed under Features, Good Talk

Why did you want to become a teacher? Well, I always wanted to be a teacher. I never wanted to be anything else, even when I was little. I have three younger sisters, and I used to play with them and make them be students, and I would assign them homework and stuff like that. So, I don't remember ev...

The DOs and DON’Ts of Homecoming Dress Shopping

The DOs and DON’Ts of Homecoming Dress Shopping

Madi Robertson, Reporter

September 13, 2018


Filed under Carousel, Features

With Homecoming season comes the stress of finding the perfect dress. You’ve got the perfect date (let's hope), your Homecoming group is totally-not-in-chaos, and your dinner reservations are ready to go. The only problem is, well, actually finding a dress! You know how it goes: the dress is too big, ...

Café Cramped

Café Cramped

Roman Hladio, Reporter

September 13, 2018


Filed under Carousel, Features

No matter what you like, what your future plans are, or what you struggle with, we all have one period in common.  Lunch. And if you have seventh period lunch this year, this one’s for you. When I thought of this article and set upon its journey, I planned on exposing the administration on the ...

Where Were You On 9/11?

Where Were You On 9/11?

Rin Swann, Reporter

September 11, 2018


Filed under Carousel, Features

They all remember. They will never forget. These are the stories of some of the NASH faculty on where they were that fateful day. “I remember looking at the TV and thinking, "What movie has a plane hitting the towers?" And they looked at me and they said "No, this is live…" I had tried to reach...

Good Talk: Ms. Yakich

Good Talk: Ms. Yakich

Megan Wilson, Reporter

September 11, 2018


Filed under Features, Good Talk

Do you have a favorite vacation spot? My favorite vacation spot is the beach, specifically like Corolla Beach North Carolina because there is a family I’ve been with since I was younger watching their kids, so I typically go down and spend time with them over the summer. Were you teaching befo...

The Power of Music and Education

The Power of Music and Education

Ella Backauskas, Reporter

September 11, 2018


Filed under Arts, Carousel, Culture, Sounds

Whether you listen to music while you're studying or not, everyone can agree that music is extremely impactful. It can dictate the type of day you're having, good or bad, and can drastically change your outlook on existence for a day or more. Music has been shown to release endorphins, and induce creativity....

Buy or Bye: School Supplies Edition

Buy or Bye: School Supplies Edition

Katie Golden, Reporter

September 10, 2018


Filed under Buy or Bye, Carousel

Welcome to a new school year! And speaking of new, I, Katie Golden, will be the new writer for the series Buy or Bye, starting off with back-to-school supplies. The first item on my list brought me to Staples where I looked at the different pens they carry. Sadly, as I decided to buy and test these...

Into the Bubble

Into the Bubble

Carly DeArmit, Reporter

September 7, 2018


Filed under Carousel, Features

Wexford, Pennsylvania, home of the North Allegheny Tigers -- a school district ranked 25th out of over 10,000 districts in the country, according to Niche, and one of the largest public schools in the state. The extensive faction that is the North Allegheny School District is extraordinarily intimidating...

Summer 2018 Recap

Summer 2018 Recap

Kendel Barber and Maria Cima

September 7, 2018


Filed under Carousel, Features

Every year when school starts, the summer is declared over. When summer leaves, so do all the exciting events that will forever be remembered as an integral part of the blissful time from June to August. The summer of 2018 had so much to offer, from new music from the world's biggest celebrity coupl...

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