The Uproar

Christiaan Titus

Christiaan Titus, Staff Writer

Christiaan Titus is a senior at NASH and is beginning his first year writing for the Uproar. He is also a member of the Multicultural Student Union, as well as the Social Justice Club. Some of his favorite activities include playing soccer, watching Impractical Jokers, and running.

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TigerThon members are planning an egg hunt to raise funds for organizations involved in the fight against childhood cancer.

Good Eggs

March 30, 2021

While the pandemic made it hard for TigerThon members to hold their typical annual event, the event captains have not given up the on their goal of raising money to support the fight against childhood...

The Senate passed the COVID relief a week before President Biden officially signed it.

Too Little, Too Late

March 18, 2021

After months of waiting, Americans are finally getting a fraction of the relief that is needed to help them get by during the devastating COVID-19 pandemic.  President Joe Biden signed a relief package...

Mario takes on his greatest enemy in his most formidable form yet.

Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury Review

March 9, 2021

With Nintendo recently revealing a whole host of new announcements from Splatoon 3 to the Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword Remaster for the Switch, fans can be forgiven for looking past Mario's latest adventure-...

Good Talk: Ms. Treser

Good Talk: Ms. Treser

March 8, 2021

How many years have you been teaching at NA?  This is both my first year teaching and my first year teaching at NA. What are your first impressions?  This is my first year at NASH as a teacher,...

Angela Y. Davis is just one of many Black historical figures that have been overlooked.

Lesser Known, Equally Important

February 10, 2021

There are certain Black leaders, like Martin Luther King Junior, Harriet Tubman, and Rosa Parks, in history whom everyone knows about. However, focusing solely on these few great figures to capture the...

A Whole New Adventure

A Whole New Adventure

January 27, 2021

The hype for Mario’s 35th anniversary isn’t over just yet. The much anticipated Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury is coming to the Nintendo Switch in just a few weeks, and it is jam-packed with...

MSU reconvenes after the holiday break.

Cultural Calling

January 22, 2021

MSU has been an important place for students of all different backgrounds and cultures to express themselves and discuss the issues of today over the past few years, and they plan to continue this into...

A Sentence in Need of Deletion

A Sentence in Need of Deletion

January 11, 2021

The recent execution of Brandon Bernard has made some aware of what many have known for a long time: that the death penalty is cruel and outdated. Bernard was made to wait on death row for 21 years,...

President-elect Joe Biden has begun to name his cabinet, which includes Ron Klain as Chief of Staff.

Moderates, Lobbyists, and War Hawks

December 17, 2020

In the midst of all the excitement and controversy that has taken place just after the recent election, President-elect Joe Biden has found time to announce some of his choices for his presidential Cabinet.  The...

A League of Their Own

A League of Their Own

November 30, 2020

Last minute goals, match-winning challenges, and unbelievable drama are all things that draw people to watch soccer. While other sports often dominate the general attention of our school, there is certainly...

35 Years of Mario

35 Years of Mario

November 10, 2020

I'm sure all of us have played at least one Super Mario game in our lives, whether it be one of the NES classics like Super Mario Bros 3, party games such as Mario Party, and Mario Kart, or some of the...

Joe Biden is not the liberal savior many make him out to be.

The Puppet Show

November 2, 2020

Imagine it's 2016. You are a young, left-leaning teenager who is still pretty far off from being able to vote. However, you still have taken the time to educate yourself and pay attention to the upcoming...

Just weeks after the widely anticipated return to full-time instruction, NASH will once again enter a hybrid model.

Screened In

October 20, 2020

Teaching during a global pandemic is hard enough on its own, but some teachers are taking on even more unique challenges by teaching for North Allegheny's cyber school, NACA. For Academic and Honors...

NASH junior Kaitlin Chou is one of NA's most outstanding student-artists. While she often chooses traditional methods, such as painting or drawing to create her art, what is particularly striking is her ability to transform traditional art into beautifully detailed digital images.

Look at This!

October 2, 2020

 

Trailblazer

Trailblazer

September 22, 2020

How would you describe the trailblazers club to someone who has never heard about it?  We are a club who meets at North Park to do hiking, kayaking, and just about anything outdoors. The reason I wanted...

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