The Uproar

Along with Lehigh University, Wagner College was among those who have revoked an honorary degree from the President.

Disgrace by Degrees

Lucie Flagg, Co-Editor-in-Chief January 14, 2021

After his role in the Capitol storming last Wednesday, President Trump can’t seem to stay afloat. He’s been banned from social media sites and impeached for a second time, and now, he’s losing multiple...

NASH senior Victoria Weser takes part in the NHS Virtual Blood Drive last month.

15 Minutes to Save a Life

Ryan Nash, Staff Writer January 13, 2021

Every year, an estimated 6.8 million people in the U.S. donate blood to those in need, and just last month many in our local area joined that number. An annual blood drive organized by the National Honor...

A Light at the End of the Tunnel

A Light at the End of the Tunnel

Evelyn Wiethorn, Staff Writer January 11, 2021

On December 11th, 2020 the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced the first emergency use of the Coronavirus vaccine.The approval of vaccine represents a giant leap in the fight against the virus...

Graphic design for the Coca-Cola Scholarship

The Battle for the Coca-Cola Scholarship

Chelsea Boyer, Social Media Editor January 11, 2021

Most people have probably popped open a bottle of Coca-Cola or seen a commercial of people dancing with the bottle of pop in their hand. Coca-Cola is a household brand that we all know. But what you may...

With a new year comes many unknowns.

Predictions for 2021

Sofia Brickner, Staff Writer January 8, 2021

Most of 2020 consisted of people complaining about how they couldn't wait for the year to be over, and after 360 grueling days, it finally is. But not so fast. Even though it's a new year, many of the...

The wellness of students has been a lingering concern for the administration this school year.

A Day to De-Stress

Sally Cho, Staff Writer January 5, 2021

Wednesday typically falls short on the list of favorite days of the week. The dreaded "hump day" earned its name because it's essentially the obstacle in the middle of the work week one must get over to...

New Year's resolutions are often abandoned after just a few weeks.

Resolutions for 2021

Kennedy Stana, Staff Writer December 23, 2020

2021 is just around the corner, and many students at NASH are starting to plan out their new year's resolutions.  But will they follow through? Forbes Magazine describes how likely it really is for...

On Monday, over a dozen parents and students came together to protest the extension of remote learning.

A Plea for Reopening

Zachary Ludwick, Staff Writer December 18, 2020

Last week, North Allegheny announced that all students would be fully remote until January 19th. Grades 6-12 began remote learning on Monday, December 14th, with the rest of the district following suit...

Sometimes students and teachers alike may get caught up in the curricular aspect of learning. But phys ed teacher Frank Cremonese says our focus should always be on the experience.

Experience Above All

Michelle Hwang, Staff Writer December 16, 2020

Physical education teacher Mr. Frank Cremonese first came to North Allegheny as a student teacher in 2007. After seeing the strength of the physical education department, he had “always wanted to get...

Game Off?

Game Off?

Jamey Simon, Staff December 16, 2020

No student-athlete plans for a global pandemic to interrupt their season, but alas, winter school sports teams are finding themselves in this very situation. When the virus first hit hard back in March...

English teacher Ms. Long begins a lesson on a remote day.  For Long and several other teachers, teaching in an empty classroom is not ideal, but it's better than teaching from home.

Running on Empty

Anna Parsons, Staff Writer December 14, 2020

On an average school day at NASH, students frantically rush up the stairwells to get to their next class, while staff members maneuver around each other to the printer to get their paperwork.  But...

Many decisions that impact NASH students on a daily basis are made right behind this door.

A Check-in with Dr. Dirda

Anthony Durzo, Staff Writer December 11, 2020

It has been a tough three months for students and teachers. Since September 8th, the North Allegheny School District has switched multiple times between remote learning, the hybrid model, and for young...

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