The Uproar

NASH juniors Halle Marsalis, Sonia Lofgren, and Chelsea Boyer walk the doors of NASH two days before they become seniors.

Soon to be a Senior

Eva Bellissimo, Staff Writer June 10, 2021

One of the scariest things in a young person’s life is the aspect of growing up and getting older. As juniors, we are starting to prepare ourselves for the next stage in our lives. To some, thinking...

The first day of the 2020-2021 school year seems like just yesterday, but we are already at then end of  another school year.

The Look of Next Year

Michelle Hwang, Staff Writer June 8, 2021

Last September, students and faculty alike walked into NASH with little idea on what the coming school year would bring. There were periods of isolation and confusion, of rapid change, and towards the...

New jobs lead to new opportunities

Summer on the Job

Mia Dudek, Staff Writer June 8, 2021

With summer approaching swiftly, seniors are preparing for college in all different ways. Some are connecting with roommates, buying expensive laptops, or looking at Pinterest for dorm inspiration. But...

Mr. Buchak's newly renovated office

A Change For the Better

Evelyn Wiethorn, Staff Writer June 2, 2021

When Mrs. Gallagher walked into a half-empty classroom last fall, she was wary of what the year might mean for her interior design class. As COVID created an unpredictable school year for students at...

Over 600 flags planted by Boy Scouts Troop 81 over a field in Pittsburgh's North Hills, honoring the lives of men and women who have died in combat.

In Memoriam

Lorenzo Zottoli May 30, 2021

As late May approaches each year, we grow closer to a day of remembrance, honor, and pride—Memorial Day. Beginning in the late 1800s, Americans have remembered the millions of lives lost in battle for...

An End-of-the-Year Staple

An End-of-the-Year Staple

Ryan Nash, Staff Writer May 28, 2021

As the school years come to an end, it seems we are hammered with a whole array of projects, quizzes, exams and tests. Yet, some of these projects often have a very personal element to them, which can...

The NASH Orchestra rehearses for a Night at Newman.

At Last, the Performance is On

Maddie Harris, Staff Writer May 25, 2021

Note: This event was postponed to Thursday, May 27 As the all too familiar ringing of the school bell sounds through the halls, it is time for junior Erik Bloomquist to head to his band class, where...

While some students are ready to pitch their masks, others aren't so sure.

Face to Face

Anthony Durzo, Staff Writer May 24, 2021

It is that point in the road to recovery where fully vaccinated people are ditching the masks, leaving many excited to get back to their regular life like they remember. “All of us are tired of wearing...

As the summer season is quickly approaching, NASH students are looking forward to spending time outside.

Summer Goals 2021

Jamey Simon, Staff Writer May 24, 2021

Junior Alli Schwartz set down her pencil and breathed a sigh of relief—she had two more weeks to go before the school year was done. "I can't believe that the stress of this year is almost over,"...

Patrick Birmingham puts on his brand new socks for the first time early Friday morning.

They Knocked His Socks Off

Lucie Flagg, Co-Editor-in-Chief May 21, 2021

When senior Patrick Birmingham showed up to school Friday morning, he was shocked to see his face in so many unexpected places. “I feel so amazing,” he expressed. “My face is on socks.” Patrick,...

With the end of the school year comes a final get together for the seniors.

Aloha, Class of ’21!

Sofia Brickner, Senior Staff Writer May 20, 2021

As the school year comes to an end and summer calls just around the corner, one last fun-filled event is planned for the seniors. Taking place on Friday, June 4th from 6-10PM (rain or shine), the 2021...

TigerThon was able to fundraise to fight against pediatric cancer, even in such an uncertain year.

No Child Fights Alone (even during a pandemic)

Kara Mihm, Staff Writer May 17, 2021

Senior TigerThon captains Jordan Richards and Matt Turzai spent last Saturday pulling together an event that they weren't even sure would happen just two weeks ago.  "Despite the short amount of time...

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