The Uproar

Seniors Chelsea Boyer (left) and Ben Lindgren (right) at a Student Council meeting to plan homecoming events.

Homecoming plans begin to take shape

Quinn Volpe, Co-Editor-in-Chief September 15, 2021

Homecoming planning is underway, and the NASH Student Council has been working tirelessly to guarantee that students will be able to have the safest and most enjoyable weekend possible on October 8 and...

Skully, the beloved symbol of NA spirit, looms high above the student section at varsity sports events throughout the year.

In the Front Row

Halle Marsalis, Staff Writer September 10, 2021

On August 27, 2021 at 7:30PM, the bleachers of Newman Stadium welcomed back the North Allegheny student section. After a year of social distancing and limited tickets, the student section was finally...

Puppies for Pools

Puppies for Pools

Claire Majerac, Opinions Editor September 10, 2021

At North Park County Pool on September 6th, 2021, the sounds of laughter, excitement, and even barking could be heard from a mile away. The county pools held an event on the last day of the season in which...

Ongoing cleaning from the pipe burst continues throughout the building, including in the library.

In the Pipeline

Andrew McLaughlin, Staff Writer September 10, 2021

In the early morning of September 2, NASH families awoke to the message that school was canceled for the day. This was no typical school closure, however, as it was due to leaks caused by a broken pipe....

Former NACA students Abhi Yarlagadda, Anjali Bandi, and Sonya Dhussa hard at work in class.

A Year After NACA

Sreeja Yellapragada, Staff Writer September 8, 2021

From rising at 7:22, groggily opening Blackboard, and joining first-period to sitting through frustrating traffic every day just to get a parking spot a seeming mile away from the building, former NACA...

NASH's counseling office maps out where last year's graduates committed to college.

On Tour

Sam Podnar, Staff Writer September 3, 2021

A fear of commitment is in the air. As the seniors begin their final year at NASH, they’re tasked with making one of the biggest decisions of their lives: where to pursue their college career. Choosing...

Job postings hung up in the NASH Cafeteria trophy display.

We’re Hiring!

Lorenzo Zottoli, Senior Staff Writer September 2, 2021

While taking an ordinary trip to Ross Park Mall, shoppers may notice cut-out neon signs cluttered on the walls that read, “We’re Hiring." Some may even offer hiring incentives of an additional $200,...

Co-director Savannah Guzzi-Garber and social media and communications officer Madi Eschenbach discuss plans for the future of Gender Equality Series.

Females of the Future

Aris Pastor, Staff Writer September 1, 2021

Women in public office. Women in space. Women in sports. Promoting the breaking of gender barriers is taking place by women all around, even specifically by 23 females at North Allegheny. On March 8th,...

The hallway outside Mrs. Volpe’s room is bookended by floor to ceiling trophy cases filled with student accolades.

Speaking Up for Speech & Debate

Sophie Lu, Staff Writer September 1, 2021

For most students, the end of the school year marked a collective sigh of relief and an invitation to commence summer activities before their inevitable return to NASH. But for one group of seven rising...

Scenes from the August 26 Walkout

Scenes from the August 26 Walkout

Jess Daninhirsch, Photography Editor August 26, 2021

Audience applause and take a stand against the mandatory mask mandate.

Mask-optional supporters rally in North Park

Anthony Durzo, News Editor August 25, 2021

It was all about freedom for the protesters who gathered at the “My Kid, My Choice” rally on Tuesday, August 24th in North Park. Many held signs for nearby drivers to view, while others spoke publicly...

The lunch periods on the first day of school required students to sit at a safe distance, a precautionary measure carried over from last year to minimize the chance of a virus-related school closure.

For the new senior class, a cautiously optimistic start

Sally Cho, Co-Editor-in-Chief August 24, 2021

With the exception of the final week of last school year (the only week with no Wellness Wednesday), the last time the class of 2022 was in school full-time and in person was their sophomore year in March...

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