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Anthony Durzo

Anthony Durzo, Staff Writer

Anthony Durzo is a junior this year. This is his first year writing for The Uproar, although he has previously written for NAI's online newspaper, NAEye, for two years. Outside of school, he played hockey at Robert Morris University for 8 years and plays piano. He also is a part-time sales associate at a local sport store, Rally House, at Ross Park Mall.

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The Tigers gathered around the Penguin Cup for the fourth time.

Ice in their Veins

May 4, 2021

The North Allegheny Ice Hockey Team has won the Penguin Cup for the fourth time in program history. On Monday, April 19th, the Tigers defeated the Mount Lebanon Blue Devils 4-1 at the Robert Morris Island...

Celebrities of all races and ethnicities united to create one of most famous and uplifting songs in history.

Ten Throwback Songs We Need To Hear Today

April 22, 2021

Many songs that dominate current top music charts consist of lyrics with very little importance or greater message. While they are often catchy and enjoyable to listen to, they do not appeal to what many...

Dr. Dirda is intent on making sure this school year ends on a high note.

A Spring Check-in with Dr. Dirda

April 12, 2021

In December of 2020, North Allegheny decided to close its doors once again due to an alarming number of cases of COVID-19. This put a great amount of stress on students and staff of NASH. However, over...

News Editor Abby Pingpank helps Staff Writer Christiaan Titus on an article.

Behind the Stories at The Uproar

March 23, 2021

Normally, we write about things going on outside the newsroom.  But we thought it might be of interest to open our door to the outside world and invite our readers in. Although writing in itself is...

A stained-glass window with portrait of St. Patrick.

The History and Festivities of St. Patrick’s Day

March 16, 2021

Every March 17th, St. Patrick’s Day celebrations incorporate parades, leprechauns, shamrocks, and pretty much anything green. Each component of this holiday has a backstory that has helped make it one...

Students were met with a blue screen last week following a Microsoft update that was pushed out to all district-issue laptops.

Out of the Blue

March 15, 2021

NASH students have been in a state of technological frustration for the past week, as a recent Windows update has rendered many users unable to access the home screen of their laptops. Since last Tuesday,...

CMA stars gather to make the iconic

Breaking the Stereotype: Country Music

February 24, 2021

Imagine trucks, a dirt road, and an American flag waving in the wind. In the background, music blasts from a speaker. It's easy to assume that the music you are imagining is country. Those who do not enjoy...

The badge that sits on NASH School Resource Officer Ray's uniform is a symbol of his dedication to public safety.

Behind the Badge

February 11, 2021

Duty, honor, and respect for one another are three of the main values North Allegheny Senior High School’s school resource officer espouses while protecting his school. Officer Todd Ray has been securing...

Werner's senior pictures before she concludes her title as school board representative.

The Daily Planner

January 18, 2021

From the classroom to the meeting room, senior Julianna Werner is busy, to say the least. Alongside her dedication to schoolwork, she is also the North Allegheny School Board Student Representative. While...

A Review of Mariah Carey's Magical Christmas Special

A Review of Mariah Carey’s Magical Christmas Special

December 22, 2020

From “Vision of Love” to “Touch My Body," this pop and R&B sensation has done everything an artist can do. She has acted in a variety of movies and tv shows, performing at many historical landmarks...

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

A Check-in with Dr. Dirda

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...

The days of live concerts seem a distant memory as we continue to face cancellations of large public gatherings.

Remember When?

November 30, 2020

Oh, the goosebumps that would cover my body as my one artistic idol walks out onto the stage and the crowd applauds and screams their name. Some people wait years for their favorite artist to make a stop...

The Pittsburgh Steelers are currently celebrating a franchise record winning streak.

Will We Make It?

November 20, 2020

The City of Champions appears at a new peak as the Pittsburgh Steelers boast a winning streak of what some are calling “on cloud 9-0.” According to CBS Sports, they are the 21st team tin NFL history...

Meals by the Thousands

November 5, 2020

Heinz Field welcomed back fans when the Steelers faced off against the Eagles.

The Return Of The Fans

October 12, 2020

Die-hard Pittsburgh Steeler fans dressed in black and gold were allowed to sit in the stands of Heinz Field yesterday, for the very time since the pandemic began.  Since last March, COVID-19 has left...

The cast and crew of

The Show Will Go On

October 1, 2020

It's a go! North Allegheny district officials have given the okay to NASH fall play directors Mr. Truesdell and Ms. Harrell to produce Almost, Maine this November. But this year, the theatrical experience...

Mr. Buchak is back at NASH, and he's ready to spread positivity with his encouraging attitude.

Good Talk: Mr. Buchak

September 16, 2020

He has returned! Mr. Matthew Buchak is back at NASH after spending several years at Marshall Middle School. Along with his position at NASH, he continues to work at MMS as Assistant Principal.  How...

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