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The Student Voice of North Allegheny Senior High School

The Uproar

The Student Voice of North Allegheny Senior High School

The Uproar

Seemingly ubiquitous fast food chains, such as McDonalds, have contributed to Americas worsening dietary habits.

Opinion: A Constitution of Convenience

Olivia Shubak, Staff Writer September 26, 2022

In the United States, we tend to disregard negative connotations about our reputation because America is known as “the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave.” Our beloved nation also happens to...

As fall settles in, the days gradually start to get shorter, a sure sign that the free and easy days of summer have once again passed.

Summer Lovin’

Maddy Arluna, Staff Writer September 22, 2022

Bad news, everybody.  Summer is over. Four seasons. Luckily living in Pittsburgh we get to experience all four of them, sometimes in the same week. Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate all of the seasons,...

Opinion: Dangerously Sexist

Opinion: Dangerously Sexist

Deeksha Rachupalli, Staff Writer September 21, 2022

“What color is your Bugatti?”  For those not well versed in the latest internet language, this is a question often used to invalidate and degrade anyone who presents an argument against the online...

Campaigns against science and/or foreign art have a long and frankly terrifying history.

Opinion: A Dangerous Deficit

Aris Pastor, Co-Editor-in-Chief September 14, 2022

In 2020, when COVID-19 was first announced, a wave of pseudoscience rushed through the internet. From health gurus recommending plants like garlic, ginger, hot pepper, and lemon as healing medicines to...

College student debt in the U.S. is so exorbitant that many future graduates see the Presidents loan forgiveness plan as a mere Band-Aid.

Opinion: Is It Enough?

Sierra O'Neil , Staff Writer September 12, 2022

677 billion Hershey Bars or 179 million all-inclusive trips to Hawaii—either option costs roughly $1.6 trillion. This price tag sounds impossible, infinitely exorbitant, simply unfathomable. But it is...

As the effectiveness of the SAT is increasingly questioned, more and more schools are adopting test-optional admission policies.

Opinion: A Standardized Scam

Ava DiGiacomo, Staff Writer September 8, 2022

It’s six o’clock on a Saturday morning. After a long week of school, the only thing you want to do is smash the snooze button on your alarm and continue sleeping. However, today you are not so lucky....

Senior year is filled with anticipation and opportunity, though its not always easy to navigate.

Senior Fever

Camryn Gray, Arts and Entertainment Editor August 25, 2022

Eleven years, many tests, hundreds of Friday night football games, annoying technology issues, loads of memories, and far more have led to the long-awaited moment of the Class of 2023 becoming seniors....

The junior class assembly at NASH on Wednesday morning introduced students to the culture and expectations of the building.

The Battle of Junior Year

Andrew McLaughlin, Co-Editor-in-Chief August 24, 2022

For the Class of 2023, junior year is still in recent memory. Though much of last year was unusual, it still taught me about what it means to be a successful student. It’s not all about grades, even...

The Uproar was my home, the NATV studio my playground. It’s where I planted my roots and began to grow as a journalist.

An Ode to The Uproar

Jess Daninhirsch, Photography Editor June 3, 2022

It seems like just yesterday that I was a wee freshman taking photos of people in the hallways at NAI to be posted on The NAEye. Suddenly--seemingly out of nowhere--I am a senior writing my last piece...

At times, the intensive effort and care others put into their passions tend to bother us, but is our aggravation reasonable?

Opinion: Try-Hards Have My Heart

Michelle Hwang, Features Editor June 1, 2022

Dear try-hards, gunners, passionate people, my dedicated Debbies, You have my whole heart. But at times, your tendency to go beyond the mean invites snickers and snide comments. Whether you are...

False irony has allowed a new wave of fascism to infiltrate the internet.

Opinion: It’s Not Just a Joke

Aris Pastor, Staff Writer May 31, 2022

With the growth of the internet has come a new wave of fascism, a phenomenon that has been noted by journalists, YouTube personalities, and authors alike. The increasing popularity of online authoritarian...

As young children, we fantasize about what it will be like to be older.

Imagining the Future

Anna Parsons, Senior Staff Writer May 25, 2022

Elementary school is a time for imagination to wander and for intelligence to sprout. Middle school is the time for independence to take root and relationships to develop. High school is time for individuality...

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