The Uproar

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As the summer season is quickly approaching, NASH students are looking forward to spending time outside.

Summer Goals 2021

May 24, 2021

Junior Alli Schwartz set down her pencil and breathed a sigh of relief—she had two more weeks to go before the school year was done. "I can't believe that the stress of this year is almost over,"...

The Psychology of Self-Love

The Psychology of Self-Love

April 29, 2021

In what words would you describe yourself? Are these words nice or are they harsh? If they are nice ones, did you believe yourself when you said them? The psychology of self-love and self-esteem have always...

This ad for Alcoa Aluminum implies that women aren’t intelligent. Pictured here is a woman very shocked and happy that she can actually open their product.

Sexist Ads from Mid-Century America

April 16, 2021

Being a female during the 1940s and 50s wasn’t easy. Sexism was prevalent, not only in at home and in the workplace but also in the media.      

Some fashion trends have carried over from the fall and winter months. One of these, the polo skirt, remains popular into the 2021 spring season.

[Photo] A Look into 2021 Spring Fashion

April 15, 2021

Some fashion trends have carried over from the fall and winter months. One of these, the polo skirt, remains popular into the 2021 spring season.

Along with the start of Spring comes beautiful flowers.

The Arrival of Spring

March 31, 2021

The beginning of spring is like a sigh of relief. It comes with many things, the promise of summer, beautiful weather, new sports and an overall light-hearted feeling.  Not only does spring lift spirits...

Sexual Misconduct in Professional Sports

Sexual Misconduct in Professional Sports

March 23, 2021

Why do some people get away with doing wrong? Over time, players in sports have gotten away with doing wrong to women because the league does not want to lose money or fans. Several cases have been put...

Classroom Decor at NASH

Classroom Decor at NASH

March 15, 2021

 

Often full, the NASH parking lot can be a busy place before and after school.

Unspoken Rules in the NASH Parking Lot

March 3, 2021

NASH has lots of student car that occupy the parking lot throughout school days. Though traffic can be intense, there are some unspoken rules to help regulate the flow of traffic and make sure that everyone...

Preparing for the Worst: Sex Trafficking Prevention

Preparing for the Worst: Sex Trafficking Prevention

February 24, 2021

Every year, 4.8 million people are sold into sex trafficking. The majority of these victims are women. This shouldn't be happening anywhere in the world, but especially not right under our noses. Right...

The shortest month of the year has many noteworthy days.

Fun National Days In February

February 4, 2021

February 1st: National Freedom Day This celebrates the signing of a resolution that proposed the 13th amendment, which took the first steps in abolishing slavery. February 2nd: Groundhog Day This...

“I’m So OCD.”

January 18, 2021

To add to the daily challenges that come with having mental disorders, many of them come with damaging stereotypes. Some people assume that those suffering from bipolar disorder have mood changes every...

Overpaid to Play

Overpaid to Play

January 8, 2021

Every year the average NFL football player makes 2.1 million dollars. Matthew Stafford, a quarterback for the Detroit Lions, had a five-year contact for 135 million dollars. For Tom Brady, quarterback...

Game Off?

Game Off?

December 16, 2020

No student-athlete plans for a global pandemic to interrupt their season, but alas, winter school sports teams are finding themselves in this very situation. When the virus first hit hard back in March...

All in the Aesthetic

All in the Aesthetic

December 8, 2020

When did you first develop an interest in art? I always loved doing art when I was little, but my interest became a lot stronger when I went into middle school and high school. Who is your favorite...

Favorite Thanksgiving Foods

Favorite Thanksgiving Foods

November 25, 2020

As the Thanksgiving break approaches, students are excited for a wide variety of reasons -- but the one shared reason is the food. Nothing defines the holiday as much as homemade food shared with loved...

This year, students and teachers are learning the ins and outs of Blackboard Collaborate.

When to Draw the Line

November 10, 2020

This past Sunday evening, phones rang all across the district, alerting students not to come into school the following Monday. It was told that too many teachers were in quarantine, and not enough substitute...

TV shows that show violent rape scenes aren't doing anything to help protect women against sexual assault.

Rape and Realism

November 10, 2020

In today’s world, there continue to be real problems with rape and sexual harassment. At a young age, many boys are not taught to respect girls, leading to inappropriate and objectifying behavior. There...

The increase in mask-wearing and isolated online activity has proven a dangerous incentive to sex-traffickers.

Covid Kidnaps

October 29, 2020

Mask wearing can be considered normal now and is mandated in the majority of places around the world. But although masks protects us from germs, does they protect from predators? In the current pandemic,...

The Thrilling Adventures of Five Female Spies

The Thrilling Adventures of Five Female Spies

October 7, 2020

Everyone has seen suspenseful and intense spy movies that leave you wanting more. What most people tend to forget while they are watching such movies is that history is filled with actual spies. The following...

Time for work! Students keep track of the days they have to work.

Craziest Stories in Customer Service

September 23, 2020

Many students at NASH have jobs that deal with the general public. In the world of high school employment, students are bound to have some interesting experiences. Lots of employees have to deal with rude...

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