The Uproar

Farewell, Dr. Scherrer

Farewell, Dr. Scherrer

Sophia Caruso, Staff Writer

June 8, 2020

North Allegheny has had the honor of having Dr. Scherrer as Superintendent of Schools for the past five years. He first joined the district back in 2013, when he was appointed Assistant Superintendent of K-12.  Soon thereafter, he rose to the position of Acting Superintendent. In 2016, he was appointed Super...

Our Favorite High School Memories

Our Favorite High School Memories

Jeannie Schleppy, Reporter

June 8, 2020

It is with great sadness that the seniors here at NASH were not able to experience their last few months of high school, but that doesn't mean they didn't make great memories during their time here. Here are many different seniors' memories from throughout the years and their favorite memories. ...

Parting Words 2020

Parting Words 2020

June 5, 2020

•KENDEL BARBER• Senior year was super fun (even after missing the last part of it), but it was also more stressful than people say, mostly because of the college admissions process. College applications take lots of time and effort, and then the decisions can be super stressful. Getting accepted...

One Last Time

One Last Time

Meg Rees, Photography Editor

June 5, 2020

Inside the Frame of the Protests

Protesters flee as tear gas canisters are released among the crowd.

Julia Poppa, Staff Writer

June 4, 2020

In general, what kind of photography do you do? I’m a location scout for TV commercials and movies, so I guess you could call that architecture and landscape photography. But I’m always trying to grow. Do you have a favorite camera to use at the moment? Canon 6D is my go to. Love that rig! Bu...

Quarantine Bucket List

drawing by Rachel Tian

Rachel Tian and Phoebe Liu

June 4, 2020

Although Allegheny County has will enter the “green phase” in this pandemic, and various retail shops around the area have begun to open, the experts still advise everyone to follow social distancing practices and to continue self-quarantining.  It may seem boring, tiring, and isolating to stay inside your ho...

Comfortable in Your Own Skin

Society often struggles to accept all body types, which leads some to eating disorders.

Jeannie Schleppy, Staff Writer

June 4, 2020

I had someone say to me the other day, “You’ve gained weight in all the right places. You look great.” As a young woman in today’s world, we as females are constantly being looked at. We are always being judged on our bodies, and although there has been more acceptance of different body ...

The Chase

NA's top singles tennis player, Chase Davidson, has found unique ways to practice the sport in quarantine.

Phoebe Liu, Staff Writer

June 3, 2020

Chase Davidson is a rising senior who had high hopes for his debut season on North Allegheny's boys' tennis team. With ten years of tournament experience under his belt, he was excited to embark on his new journey in WPIAL tennis.  After a successful tryout, Davidson was named the number one sin...

Dear Seniors… from the Juniors

Dear Seniors... from the Juniors

Abby Pingpank, Staff Writer

June 2, 2020

March 13th, 2020, a day many of us will never forget. When the news came on the building PA that school would be canceled for two weeks to slow the spread of the coronavirus, we had no idea what would come in the weeks to come.  Little did we know that two weeks would turn into a month, then two months,...

Passing Time by Crafting

Passing Time by Crafting

Kendel Barber, Co-Editor-in-Chief

May 29, 2020

In the first week of quarantine, senior Morgan Cima found herself bored of the usual activities, like binging Netflix shows, so she took it upon herself to find a creative way to keep herself busy: embroidery.  As soon as she came up with the idea, it was easy to get started. “I asked my da...

Fad Fares

Gluten-free products have become increasingly popular in recent years, but the benefits and risks are not yet sufficiently understood.

Lucie Flagg, Staff Writer

May 29, 2020

It’s not an uncommon occurrence -- you’re strolling through the grocery store and look up to see a huge display labeled “Keto” or “Gluten-Free.” The media has taken to designating these “fad diets” to the lives and routines of younger generations, though many people of all ages have en...

Snapshot Inspiration

Snapshot Inspiration

Megan Wilson, Staff Writer

May 26, 2020

While being stuck at home, we find ourselves wanting and itching to get outside and be able to be free once again. We search for different activities that can soak up some time and keep us from being bored. For John Clemmer, the photography teacher at NASH, all it takes to find inspiration is a camera...

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