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Final Countdown: Friday Night

Final Countdown: Friday Night

Meg Rees, Photography Editor

September 13, 2019

From Wexford to Ivy

From Wexford to Ivy

Carli Leonard, Staff Writer

September 13, 2019

While most seniors at North Allegheny are just trying to decide what colleges to apply to, seniors Luke Colella and Jake Lugg have already committed to Ivy League schools and their football programs. I got in touch with them to discuss the recruiting process and their time on the football team. When did a college fi...

2019-2020 School Year Predictions

2019-2020 School Year Predictions

Michael Taffe, Reporter

September 12, 2019

Everyone has heard of New Year's resolutions. Every year on January 1st, millions of people set goals and challenges for themselves to complete in the next twelve months. Keeping with that theme, I talked to the student body of NASH to find out if people had any new school year's goals or predictions....

Where They Were on 9/11

Where They Were on 9/11

Jeannie Schleppy, Staff Writer

September 11, 2019

September 11, 2001 is a day America will never forget. While it is difficult for those of us who were not even born yet to appreciate the impact that 9/11 had on those who lived through it, many NASH teachers recall exactly what they were doing when they learned that the first plane hit the first tower...

A Different World

A Different World

Megan Wilson, Staff Writer

September 10, 2019

Summer is the time of year for vacation, enjoying time without any homework, and getting to sleep a majority of the day away. But most of all, making memories with family and friends. After a hard and very stressful junior year, I was looking forward to a much-needed vacation. Most families will take a trip to the beach or an amusement park,...

Seniors Advice to Juniors

Seniors Advice to Juniors

Jeannie Schleppy, Staff Writer

September 9, 2019

When senior Jill Williams was recently asked to describe her junior year, her reply was immediate: “Can they be vulgar or no?” And then she said plainly, “I dealt with it by crying.” Junior year is here for half of the upperclassmen at NASH.  Time for AP testing, SATs and ACTs, and, well...

Good Talk: Ms. Allen

Good Talk: Ms. Allen

Rachel Morrell, Staff Writer

September 9, 2019

Why did you become a teacher?  I love to work with people and the fact that as a teacher you can design your day, your lessons, and how the kids learn and work to make sure everyone is learning. I remember in my student career some classes were awesome and some classes were not, so it’s kind o...

“I’m only taking Academic.”

“I’m only taking Academic.”

Alyssa Bruce, Staff Writer

September 8, 2019

Now that the school year is in full swing, the scheduling process may seem like a distant memory.  But how are students' course selections last spring working out now that classes are in session? In a building with a plethora of AP and Honors, many NASH students tend to view Academic as an overshad...

South American Exchange

South American Exchange

Jordan Atkins, Staff Writer

September 8, 2019

What are three things you want to accomplish in your life? First thing is being an exchange student, and I'm doing right now. Second, I want to be successful and independent in what I will do in my life. Third, I want to travel around the world. What are some of your favorite foods? As a typical Bra...

Good Talk: Mrs. Swan

Good Talk: Mrs. Swan

Melina Tripoli, Staff Writer

September 6, 2019

After six years at East Allegheny School District, Mrs. Swan moves north to take charge of the Painting and Drawing classes.   Have you noticed any differences between NASH and the last school you taught at? The biggest difference is that I came from an elementary school, so I taught kin...

The Big Transition

The Big Transition

Maria Cima, Director of Podcasts

September 4, 2019

Junior students react to their first week at NASH.

Sunset on a Summer Online

Sunset on a Summer Online

Hannah Shiflett, Staff Writer

September 3, 2019

From the phenomenon of the VSCO girl to someone posting on Facebook about storming Area 51, some rather interesting events took place on the internet over the now-departed summer. Kicking off the summer of 2019 was the start of the Bottle Cap Challenge, originally conceived by martial artist Farabi...

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