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Put to the Test

Put to the Test

Richard Yan, Editor

February 14, 2018


Filed under Features

Second semester is a busy time at North Allegheny. For juniors, you're entering into what's probably the single most demanding stretch of high school. For seniors, you've finished college apps for the most part, but there's still plenty to be done. One thing both grades have to do? Register for AP...

My Way / Kaycee Orwig

My Way / Kaycee Orwig

Kaycee Orwig, Principal Photographer

February 10, 2018


Filed under My Way

I believe in a God who “so loved the world that he gave his one and only son” to die the most excruciating death so that we may have eternal life in heaven (John 3:16). I believe we were created by God and for God. Without Him, I am left wondering, what are we living for? Christian or not, be ho...

Good Talk: Mr. Tengowski

Good Talk: Mr. Tengowski

Madelynn Stibbard, Head Interviewer

February 5, 2018


Filed under Features, Good Talk

How long have you been teaching here at NASH? This is year fifteen for me at NASH. The days have come and gone; I have remained. Before that, I student-taught at Sharon School District up north near New Castle. Loved it up there. Then I was hired at West Middlesex and later got the opportunity to w...

Commercial Zone

Commercial Zone

Davis Creach and Pavle Djokic

February 4, 2018


Filed under Carousel, Culture

Pavle: As Super Bowl commercials get more and more expensive, only enormous companies can afford them. With such a large investment, marketers have chosen to take the safe route with car commercials, using long shots, big name actors, and a boring story. Jeep boldly went the other direction and inste...

The Science behind Senior Slackitude

The Science behind Senior Slackitude

Richard Yan, Editor

January 31, 2018


Filed under Carousel, Features

You walk into a classroom on test day.  It's the second semester.  Students are slouched over, half awake. They haven't done their homework all unit long. Even among the students that aren't predictably absent, you sense a general air of apathy. The cause? The infamous disease named after its microbial...

She Got Game

She Got Game

Josie Wadlow, Editor-in-Chief

January 26, 2018


Filed under Focus of Attention, Sports

  What is your record as a team right now? How far do you see yourselves going this year? Right now, we are 15-0. We have seven games left, and then we start playoffs. I am hoping we will make it all the way to the state championship. What do you think has made the program so strong the pa...

My Way / Alex Wältermann

My Way / Alex Wältermann

Alex Wältermann

January 24, 2018


Filed under My Way

Whenever one references “Asperger Syndrome,” people unfamiliar with the disorder react with trepidation. Inquiries into its nature follow suit, for such a peculiar name must tether itself to an equally idiosyncratic disorder. It is dismissed as a manifestation of Autism to avoid extraneous explanation,...

Seven Springs for Dummies

Seven Springs for Dummies

Stefan Bordeianu, Community Editor

January 24, 2018


Filed under Carousel, Culture, Features

This Thursday, January 25th, North Allegheny’s high school ski club will board a bus and make the journey to Seven Springs Ski Resort. For new skiers and snowboarders alike, it is important to know a few basic things about the ski resort before you strap in your boots and hit the slopes. A small...

Strength in Unity

Strength in Unity

Madelynn Stibbard, Head Interviewer

January 22, 2018


Filed under Features, Focus of Attention

At the Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast at La Roche College on January 15th, NASH senior Julia Lagnese graciously accepted the Spirit of Unity Award. The breakfast was dedicated to those who celebrate diversity in their community, and Julia's involvement and efforts to improve equality took center stage...

My Way / Mo Khatami

My Way / Mo Khatami

Mohammad Khatami, Guest Writer

January 17, 2018


Filed under My Way

Stay a while and listen! Few people have ever met a Shiite, and fewer have met one who writes in English. It’s not hard to see why Shiites are so overlooked. If we are not praying to the East or mourning the death of a martyr, we are most likely fasting for Ramadan. No Shiite wants to experience...

Winter Fashion at NA

Winter Fashion at NA

Stefan Bordeianu, Gabrielle Kossuth, Anya Soller, and Deitra Harnish

January 13, 2018


Filed under Carousel, Features

This winter, six new models showcased their unique winter-themed outfits.

In the Lead

In the Lead

Madelynn Stibbard, Head Interviewer

January 11, 2018


Filed under Features, Focus of Attention

How does it feel to be part of such a big thing as the Spring Musical here at North Allegheny?  It feels great. It's such a fun experience because I get to work with so many different people. It spans from tech to cast to parent volunteers to directors. The musical has lots of different outreaches a...

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