The Student Voice of North Allegheny Senior High School

The Uproar

The Student Voice of North Allegheny Senior High School

The Uproar

The Student Voice of North Allegheny Senior High School

The Uproar

Mr. Greenleafs Sociology and Law and Justice classes gather inside the courtroom at the Allegheny County Courthouse.

The Verdict is Out

Olivia Shubak, Staff Writer November 29, 2022

Just two weeks before Thanksgiving break, students in Mr. Greenleaf's Sociology and Law and Justice courses had the valuable opportunity to attend a field trip to a civil court in the city of Pittsburgh....

Interact members Bruno Martin, Ashley Shim, and Summer Ji joined volunteers from around the area at St. Marys Holy Assumption Orthodox Church last Wednesday evening to prepare meals for families in need.

Stuffed With Love

Sierra O'Neil, Staff Writer November 28, 2022

Nearly 22.7 million Americans were experiencing food insecurity leading up to the 2021 holiday season. This year, with the lingering effects of COVID-19 and inflation plaguing the nation, Thanksgiving...

Canned Food Drive helps families in need

Canned Food Drive helps families in need

Lauren Lentz, Staff Writer November 23, 2022

In the United States, there are more than 34 million people who are food insecure, including 9 million children. According to Feeding America, Pennsylvania contributes to 1,136,400 of that number facing...

NASH senior Reagan Sheets prepares to donate.

Giving Back

November 22, 2022

The students of Mrs. Rhineharts period 2 AP Literature class are among several hundreds at NASH who have already made their decision regarding registration for the AP Exam in May.

The AP Question

Sunny Li, Staff Writer November 14, 2022

AP Exam early-bird registration has come to a close. Although unregistered students still have time to register, most students have made their final decisions. At the very least, there seems to be a...

After school on the third floor of NASH, Arnav Patel and Shuban Tiwari practice their cases before members of the Lincoln-Douglas event.

Arguably the Best

Olivia Shubak, Staff Writer November 14, 2022

On October 29th, the North Allegheny Speech and Debate Team attended the Pine-Richland Novice Tournament. NA students represented strongly in the competition, with five students placing in the top six...

There are many differing opinions regarding school start times among NASH students.

Starting Over

Sarah Klosky , Staff Writer November 14, 2022

Walking into school at 7:00 AM, long before the sun has even broken the horizon, you may question the purpose of such an early start to class. It's been this way for as long as you can remember, though,...

Campaign signs sit outside of the polls at Northmont Presbyterian Church.

Students react to the Pennsylvania midterm elections

Andrew McLaughlin, Co-Editor-in-Chief November 10, 2022

November 8th has now passed, and months on the campaign trail--with billions of dollars spent on an endless barrage of advertising--have finally come to an end. Midterm elections are often described as...

While applying early has distinct advantages, getting into the thick of college application season is unavoidably stressful for most seniors.

Early to Rise

Aris Pastor, Co-Editor-in-Chief November 4, 2022

For many people, October 31st means costumes and pumpkins and candy, as well as a healthy dose of frights. But for many seniors, the last day of October denoted something different and undoubtedly more...

APUSH period 2

Haunted History

Brady Crow, Staff Writer November 3, 2022

Alexander Hamilton, Andrew Jackson’s pet parrot, a system of checks and balances, and a box of tea aren’t exactly costumes that the average high school student would consider wearing to a Halloween...

NASH senior Rourke Kennedy registers to vote during lunch on Thursday.  The voter registration table was initiated by junior Collin Wang (right), with the help of seniors Zoe Ky (left) and Georgia Moniaga (center).

On the Ballot

Ava DiGiacomo, Staff Writer October 21, 2022

As students entered their lunch periods yesterday they were greeted by a table filled with pamphlets about the upcoming election and voting registration.  As Pennsylvania becomes more of a political...

Students were directed to enter through the front of NASH to take the PSAT on Saturday morning.

The PSAT in Review

Sarah Klosky , Staff Writers October 18, 2022

Last Saturday brought an early wake-up call for the junior class, and the PSAT proctors were at NASH to greet them. Students who voluntarily took the exam were expected to be ready inside of the test room...

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