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When They Were Young

When They Were Young

Phoebe Liu, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

Welcome to My Crib: NASH Edition

Welcome to My Crib: NASH Edition

Reese Marsalis, Staff Writer

September 26, 2019

Now They’re Cooking!

Now They’re Cooking!

Meg Rees, Photography Editor

September 25, 2019

We eat there daily, but most students have never seen how the cafeteria staff manages to provide for us. Earlier this month, I was granted permission by cafeteria supervisors Jenna Ossler and Beverly Franze to shoot photos of the NASH kitchen from behind the scenes.  I took my first photo at 7:30am,...

Carrying the Weight of the World

Carrying the Weight of the World

Kristen Kinzler, Staff Writer

September 24, 2019

Every morning before the sun rises, many students let out an exhausted sigh as they hoist their heavy bags off the countertop and onto their backs. The uncomfortable weight settles in, and the realization that they’ll have to carry it with them all day hits. A mom or dad may even notice the struggle and ask, ...

Sisters on the Court

Sisters on the Court

Kendel Barber, Opinions Editor

September 24, 2019

Sisters Abby and Paige Miller already have successful volleyball futures lined up at two highly ranked colleges. I discussed their passion for the sport, their decisions on schools , and their aspirations and interests for beyond college.  How long have you been playing volleyball? Abby: I have been playing volle...

Good Talk: Mr. Schall

Good Talk: Mr. Schall

Maddie Kantz, Staff Writer

September 20, 2019

How many years have you been teaching and how many of them have been spent at NASH? This is my 20th year of teaching; I have taught at NASH for 19 years. What do you most look forward to teaching in class? I get to teach very interesting topics in history and psychology, so I’m continually fascinated ...

They Will Rock You

They Will Rock You

Somya Thakur, Staff Writer

September 20, 2019

If you've ever been to a North Allegheny football game on a Friday night, chances are you've seen Meg Rees, Lily Stromberg, and Ian Rampton conducting the marching band during halftime.  I had the opportunity to sit down with them before last Friday's game. ****** How long have you been in th...

A Bot Wrote This Article

A Bot Wrote This Article

Katie Golden, Co-Editor-In-Chief

September 17, 2019

Kind of. Apparently all those stories about forcing a bot to watch something and then write its own script, like this one about Batman, are all fake. This was very upsetting news to me, but I still wanted to write my own version based on articles pulled from The Uproar. So I used the next best thing ...

Good Talk: Mrs. Rhinehart

Good Talk: Mrs. Rhinehart

Anjana Suresh, Copy Editor

September 16, 2019

How did you decide to become a teacher? I kind of always wanted to be a teacher, but I got sidetracked by writing in college. I ended up working for four years as a public relations specialist. I didn’t have a teaching degree at that point; I just majored in English. So I was in that job, and it ...

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....

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