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

Student journalism remains important in todays day and age, especially as pressure increases on the freedoms of speech and press.

Opinion: Student Expression and the Specter of Censorship

Ava DiGiacomo, Staff Writer June 1, 2023

Every school year, countless articles are published on The Uproar. All of these articles are written by students working to find their voice. The importance of an outlet such as this is often overlooked...

Junior Year: Myth or Fact?

Junior Year: Myth or Fact?

Maddie Arluna, Staff Writer May 31, 2023

As each school year comes to a close, sophomores hear the warning: Get ready, because junior year will be the hardest year of high school. But now that I'm nearly finished with my 11th grade year, I thought...

The military-entertainment complex allows the Department of Defense to have a tight leash on Hollywoods movie production—especially surrounding movies they have a vested interest in.

Opinion: Hollywood’s Front Lines

Aris Pastor, Co-Editor-in-Chief May 29, 2023

They are our survivors. Our honor bound. Our zombie killers, our superheroes, our action figures. They also make up 13% of the homeless adult population. They have a higher rate of risk seeking behaviors,...

Due to a lack of awareness surrounding the circle analogy, many big circles and their supporters are forced to fight against the blame caused by their little circles.

Opinion: The Circle Analogy

Sunny Li, Staff Writer May 15, 2023

As any true American will know, pointing fingers and blaming the first person associated with a disaster is much easier than doing extensive research on a situation before forming an opinion. But what...

Many protests such as the one pictured are happening just outside the White House.

Opinion: The Frightening Effects of the Willow Project

Lauren Lentz, Staff Writer May 2, 2023

Many are aware that the Willow Project is an ongoing oil drilling operation in Alaska, but fewer are aware of the operation's long-term implications. First created and brought up in 1999, the Willow...

Outside the Metropolitan Museum of Arts on the day of the 2021 Met Gala

From Prestige to Disgrace: The Met Gala

Sierra O'Neil, Staff Writer May 1, 2023

Every first Monday of May, the red carpet is rolled out and fashion designers, hair stylists, and makeup artists are called into action as some of the world's most prominent figures take to the spotlight.  The...

The American left must stay true to its ethics, even when fighting what appear to be losing battles.

Opinion: Defeatism on the Left

Aris Pastor, Co-Editor-in-Chief April 25, 2023

As climate politics have developed over the past few years, amid the denialist voices, between those that claim that global warming is a part of the earth’s natural ebb and flow, new claims have come...

A collage of fraternities and sororities of the past.

Opinion: Going Greek

Camryn Gray, Arts and Entertainment Editor April 21, 2023

As NASH seniors finalize college plans, the thoughts on campus life soon follow. For example, Greek life is a plan for many during their college years. Greek life consists living in either a sorority and...

When insurance companies prioritize profit over care, American families can face financial ruin when their love ones grow seriously ill.

Opinion: U.S. Healthcare—Or the Lack Thereof

Olivia Shubak, Staff Writer April 18, 2023

Oxford Languages defines care as “the provision of what is necessary for the health, welfare, maintenance, and protection of someone or something,” though in the American healthcare system, the word—in...

Many thrift stores have a wide variety of options for their buyers.

Opinion: Sustainable Style

Maddy Arluna, Staff Writer April 10, 2023

When people think of thrifting, most dwell on the negative traits associated with it. Many believe that thrifting means questionable clothing quality for those with lower incomes; however, thrifting is...

The Importance of Scheduling Electives

The Importance of Scheduling Electives

Miller Orris, Staff Writer April 9, 2023

For the Class of 2024, junior year is nearing its end.  Here's some advice from a senior. Going into your senior year, try to take advantage of what NASH has to offer. If you can fit electives into your...

Time Flies

Time Flies

Lauren Lentz, Staff Writer March 15, 2023

Let's go back in time to when the grass looked greener, and we had no worries in the world. It was a time when most of us looked forward to growing up and the endless possibilities of the future.  I...

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