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My Way / Gracie Limauro

My Way / Gracie Limauro

Gracie Limauro, Contributing Writer

October 21, 2017

  Rarely does a Guatemalan handyman cross paths with an American teenager, much less change the life of one. Well then, I guess you can call this situation rare. I am almost certain that this specific handyman, named Severo, does not remember me. But I remember him. I remember him very clearl...

Good Talk: Mr. Allen

Good Talk: Mr. Allen

Madelynn Stibbard, Head Interviewer

October 13, 2017

  So when did you start working here at NASH? Where else have you taught? Has this been your favorite place to work? I started working here the school year of the 2008-2009, but started out as an 82% teacher, meaning I didn't teach the full day. I was a little worried that I wasn't going ...

Journey to the Roof of Africa

Journey to the Roof of Africa

Richard Yan, Editor

October 11, 2017

  As I sat in a piano practice room on CMU's campus, taking a breather between classes, a stray thought wiggled its way into the center of my thoughts. It was a summer day in August, and busy with my precollege program, I had no idea how the idea of climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro crept into my head,...

Float On

Float On

Kaycee Orwig, Principal Photographer

October 7, 2017

Whether you missed the opening of Homecoming or just want to revisit it, we got close up to capture the parade from start to finish. Check out the slideshow.

Supervising at 17

Supervising at 17

Anya Soller, Opinions Editor

October 6, 2017

So, Arlen, thank you for being a part of the Uproar. We know you have a very interesting story about running for Marshall Town Supervisor. The supervisor, who votes on municipal matters on a committee, is an often overlooked but important local position. To get us started, how would you define your po...

Good Talk: Mr. Hannan

Good Talk: Mr. Hannan

Madelynn Stibbard, Head Interviewer

October 4, 2017

  How often do you trim your beard? Every five days to 7.5 millimeters. What do you eat for breakfast? Every day: tomato, banana, and greek yogurt. I like fruits for breakfast, fast and easy. Coffee or Tea? Tea. What kind of shows do you watch? Favorite show? Surreal, fantasy, Sci-fi. My favorite show ...

In Memory of Ryan McCutcheon

In Memory of Ryan McCutcheon

Nick Giorgetti, Politics Editor

October 4, 2017

  Ryan McCutcheon, a sophomore at Robert Morris University, drummer at Nomad Indoor Percussion, and NA graduate, was tragically killed in a car crash on Ohio River Boulevard on the night of Saturday, September 30. McCutcheon was a percussion teacher at Hampton and was driving back from Hampt...

Fall Fashion at NA

Fall Fashion at NA

Deitra Harnish, Contributing Writer

October 4, 2017

Meme Contest

Meme Contest

Nick Giorgetti, Politics Editor

October 1, 2017

The Uproar's first Meme Contest ended on Friday. After much deliberation, the staff decided that this anonymous submission best captured the exertion, the agony, and the existential je ne sais quoi of the photo. Would the anonymous author of this caption please see an Uproar staffer for his or her f...

Good Talk: Ms. Carlisle

Good Talk: Ms. Carlisle

Madelynn Sitbbard, Head Interviewer

September 29, 2017

  How long have you been working here at NASH?  It's a long story, actually. I have three kids, grown up now, and they all went to NA. When my youngest started kindergarten, I decided I wanted to work in the school district when my kids were in school, so I came here in 1993 and worked a...

My Way / Amber Vora

My Way / Amber Vora

Amber Vora, Staff Writer

September 22, 2017

  There are certain milestones in life when you know that nothing will ever be the same. November 12, 2016 was one of these moments. I distinctly remember the butterflies wreaking havoc inside of my stomach and the fear of the unknown that caused my head to ache. I was starting my first job...

Word Smith

Word Smith

Gabrielle Kossuth, Lifestyle Editor

September 21, 2017

  The Uproar sits down with NASH senior Riley Smith to discuss both her winning submission to the City Theater’s Young Playwrights Contest and what it’s like to be behind the scenes of a play from the author’s perspective.   How did you learn about the contest?   Mrs. Lombardi told me about the cont...

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