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Eva Bellissimo

Eva Bellissimo, Staff Writer

Eva Bellissimo is a junior at NASH. She began writing for the NAEye when she was a sophomore. She is very excited to get the chance to write about more things she loves and publish them on The Uproar for everyone to see. She works two jobs in the summer and one during the school year. She is a lifeguard during the summer and works as a hostess at Goodfellas Drafthouse. In her free time, she likes to sleep, binge-watch Netflix, and hang out with her friends.

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NASH juniors Halle Marsalis, Sonia Lofgren, and Chelsea Boyer walk the doors of NASH two days before they become seniors.

Soon to be a Senior

June 10, 2021

One of the scariest things in a young person’s life is the aspect of growing up and getting older. As juniors, we are starting to prepare ourselves for the next stage in our lives. To some, thinking...

Taylor Stover during an intense match

A Mind for the Mat

March 26, 2021

Taylor Stover is among one of the many talented athletes at North Allegheny. Stover is a junior this year and has taken up wrestling, sharing that the Girls Wrestling Team only really started to be more...

Ahead of Schedule

March 25, 2021

Staring at screens all day can be harmful to the eyes. Blue light glasses could be the solution.

In a Different Light

March 8, 2021

Technology plays a huge role in our everyday lives—there's no doubt about that. It's everywhere we look, and we depend on it for so many different things. Especially during this pandemic, things like...

The Strike Zone

The Strike Zone

February 17, 2021

With better weather (hopefully) right around the corner, the 2020-21 spring sports season will soon commence. Throughout this time, most players dedicate their lives to their sports. For junior Aaron Galaska,...

Ice Time

Ice Time

January 26, 2021

With the ongoing pandemic, student-athletes have had to entirely adjust their routines. They're used to going to practice and working hard to play for groups of spectators. Now, in order for any of this...

Feelings of separation and inferiority can trouble adopted children, but they can be overcome.

The Ties that Bind

January 14, 2021

Adoption is a topic that many know about but few discuss. Growing up as an adopted child, I understand why. Approximately 135,000 children are adopted annually in the U.S., but the emotional journey...

Many Americans ignored COVID-19 travel restrictions to see their families on Thanksgiving.

How Americans Handled Thanksgiving

December 1, 2020

The holidays—a season typically defined by family and gathering—are looking incredibly different this year. With the ongoing spread of COVID-19, it has become much more difficult for people to see...

Growing Up In A Pandemic

Growing Up In A Pandemic

November 29, 2020

COVID-19 has changed the way we live in so many ways. For most people, everyday activities have become much more difficult than they used to be. For example, going to the grocery store before the pandemic...

Head to Toe

Head to Toe

October 30, 2020

How old were you when you started playing soccer? What made you decide to play? I started playing soccer around the age of five, and I played because that's all kids did for fun in Haiti. How has...

Other districts opening their doors five days a week motivated North Allegheny to welcome back students in grades K-8 full time.

Full-time, but not for NASH

October 16, 2020

As the news spread that Seneca Valley School District agreed to commence full-time in-person instruction beginning on October 5th, North Allegheny students, staff, and parents were very curious. While...

Sonia Lofgren, Ana Donaldson, and Liza Lowman sit six feet apart during their lunch period.

Lunchtime at Length

September 23, 2020

Many students would agree that the best time of the school day is lunchtime. It’s one of the few times during the day when kids can see their friends and not feel obligated to talk about school-related...

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