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The Uproar

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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

If urgent action isnt taken within American Infrastructure, roads and bridges have the risk of completely collapsing.

America’s Dying Infrastructure

Deeksha Rachupalli, Staff Writer January 31, 2023

The USA has always been regarded as a hegemonic superpower, a country that is both politically and economically advanced and regarded highly on the global scale.  However, if there is one thing the...

Surveillance capitalism poses a danger to online spheres and privacy throughout all social media.

Opinion: Big Brother, Digitized

Aris Pastor, Co-Editor-in-Chief January 30, 2023

The first time I heard the concept behind BeReal, I was skeptical. I never did download the app, but the name itself seemed like an ironic joke—“being real” on a social media platform that’s meant...

In the month of January, North Allegheny presented three consecutive four-day weeks.

Opinion: Why not make the four-day week permanent?

Sarah Klosky , Staff Writers January 27, 2023

North Allegheny started the 2023 school year right, by gifting the student body three consecutive four-day weeks. For me, however, this month was more than a gift. It was eye-opening. For the majority...

Opinion: Staying Optimistic in Uncertain Times

Opinion: Staying Optimistic in Uncertain Times

Olivia Shubak, Staff Writer January 23, 2023

As the new year ushers in reflection on all the happenings of the previous year, it can be an exciting and difficult time. In this stretch of retrospection, we reminisce in the memories and highlights,...

To Future Speech and Debaters

To Future Speech and Debaters

Shuban Tiwari, Staff Writer January 17, 2023

September 2019. My first semester of high school.  Perhaps my most influential semester, considering the decisions I made in that first semester, directed me towards an intellectual path I still...

Summer of Service

Summer of Service

McKenna Flannagan, Staff Writer January 12, 2023

Done with unloading the bus, we walked towards the community kitchen. On our way, we saw some Costa Rican boys waving us towards the field down the hill to play soccer with them. Naturally, we all ran...

The American nation, as polarized as it has grown politically, remains united at the core, though there are forces actively working to keep us from realizing it.

Opinion: United in Our Division

Sunny Li, Staff Writer January 10, 2023

Division, tension, and conflict seem like certainties in 21st century America. But with a new year underway, a question must be raised: is the path of animosity the only way? Or perhaps it’s about time...

Driving into Pittsburgh on I-279, it is clear how the highway divided the North Side into two halves.

Opinion: Shielded by Suburbia

Andrew McLaughlin, Co-Editor-in-Chief January 5, 2023

On September 24th, I was at Kennywood Park during the non-fatal shooting that left three injured. Though I was not near the shooter, I will always remember the frightened family who joined us in hiding...

Opinion: Resolutions and Realism in the New Year

Opinion: Resolutions and Realism in the New Year

Faith Miller, Staff Writer January 3, 2023

The start of every new year is marked by resolutions. But often the goals that people set for themselves are unrealistic, falling through the cracks of busy lives even before January comes to an end. The...

As eugenics rhetoric spreads through online spheres, we must recognize the ideologys dangerous history.

Opinion: Buck v. Bell: A Retrospective

Aris Pastor, Co-Editor-in-Chief December 19, 2022

Throughout high school, I have heard a collection of Supreme Court cases over and over again. Some, like Roe v. Wade, are spoken of due to their relevance to modern politics or the controversial nature...

True crime shows, books, and podcasts have rocketed in popularity, bringing with them new controversy.

Opinion: The Ethics of True Crime

Aris Pastor, Co-Editor-in-Chief December 9, 2022

On September 21, 2022, Netflix’s Dahmer—Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story was released, sparking a new wave of discussion—and controversy—regarding true crime. The arguments that surround Dahmer...

Opinion: Should gym be required?

Opinion: Should gym be required?

Sarah Klosky , Staff Writer December 5, 2022

Physical education at North Allegheny offers units and activities that many other schools do not offer, such as swimming and tennis. For students who do not have the opportunity to be physically active...

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