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

Students in Emerging Tech made a podium for Mr. Banks that houses his favorite video games.

Stand and Deliver

Emily Janosko, Staff Writer May 31, 2022

In room 240, a surprising new project for students in Emerging Technology turned into a clever invention. Maddie Whitewolf, Jackson Stone, and Bruno Martin created a particularly special podium for their...

As NASH seniors prepare to bid North Allegheny farewell, they have one more nostalgic stop on the way.

A Trip Down Memory Lane

Maddie Harris, Arts and Entertainment Editor May 24, 2022

This Wednesday, as part of the activities that the district has planned for seniors who graduate in less than a week, the Class of 2022 will revisit their elementary schools. This “Walk Back in Time”...

Owen Jin and Victoria Ren enjoy a night of movie-watching on the field at Newman Stadium.

(Friday Night) Lights, Camera, Action

Sophie Lu, Staff Writer May 23, 2022

Though the football season has come and gone, the lights of Newman Stadium were once again lit up last Friday night—only the spectators' eyes were turned toward the screen rather than the field. After...

Students prepared for their intense matches at Fridays tournament.

Throwing in for Charity

Anna Parsons, Senior Staff Writer May 23, 2022

After months of anticipation, the 2022 Project Water Dodgeball tournament finally arrived this past Friday with over 77 teams competing for the title.  “I think that the Project Water Dodgeball tournament...

NASH senior Jacob Yarosz purchases his Senior Banquet ticket from Class Council during homeroom earlier this month. The council organized tickets sales for the banquet several weeks before the event on May 27th.

All Aboard!

Emily Janosko, Staff Writer May 19, 2022

After a long, last day of high school, seniors will board the Gateway Clipper on May 27th for an evening of celebration on the river.  “Senior Banquet is a celebration of your time at North Allegheny,...

On the Rise

On the Rise

Kate Gilliland, Staff Writer May 16, 2022

`Unlike the real world where there is a presidential election every four years, at NASH elections are held annually. Last month, the results for the NASH Student Council elections were finalized and the...

AP Exams were administered in the Baierl Center this year.

Pencils Down

Waverly Younts, Senior Staff Writer May 12, 2022

If one has not noticed the lower-than-normal attendance in classes, the higher-than-normal stress levels from students, or the lack of sleep exhibited by classmates, one might not know what time of year...

Senior Jaida Copeland and junior Beck Thompson pet Marla the therapy dog.

The Ultimutt Treat

Claire Majerac, Opinions Editor May 10, 2022

On Friday during all lunch periods, the sound “aww,” emanated from a crowd of NASH students seemingly hundreds of times. Why, you may ask? Therapy dogs were visiting during lunch time in the room next...

Coleman Walsh, Victoria Ren, and Ben Lindgren (left to right) will deliver speeches at the June 3rd commencement ceremony..

On Speaking Terms

Quinn Volpe, Co-Editor-in-Chief May 10, 2022

As seniors begin counting down the days until graduation, commencement plans are moving forward quickly. Dr. Dirda recently announced the commencement speakers. Of the 16 seniors who auditioned on April...

The district has begun to explore the potential advantages and disadvantages of a combined 9-12 high school campus.

NA begins analyzing high school structural needs

Andrew McLaughlin, Staff Writer May 5, 2022

A decade from now, North Allegheny high school students could be combined into a single building, a combined campus, or the two schools may remain separated.  All these options are being examined as...

Volunteer firefighter and NASH senior Luke Gunnett recently completed his junior membership at the Peebles District Volunteer Fire Company.

To the Rescue

Anthony Durzo, News Editor May 3, 2022

While the majority of North Allegheny students were relaxing during their spring break last month, NASH senior and member of the Peebles District Volunteer Fire Company Luke Gunnett helped save the life...

NASH senior Hannah Oldham and a preschooler check out the energetic red panda exhibit located in the Forest Passage part of the zoo.

Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My!

Waverly Younts, Senior Staff Writer April 29, 2022

Last week, NASH seniors who are currently enrolled in the Preschool Practicum class asked the preschoolers what they were most looking forward to for their outing to the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium....

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