The Student Voice of North Allegheny Senior High School

The Uproar

The Student Voice of North Allegheny Senior High School

The Uproar

The Student Voice of North Allegheny Senior High School

The Uproar

Kennedy Stana

Kennedy Stana, Staff Writer

Kennedy Stana, a senior this year, is a new staff writer for The Uproar. Outside of writing, Kennedy is in the performing arts. Her love for dance and singing are shown through her activities. Competitive dance is a big hobby of hers she hopes to continue. Kennedy enjoys being surrounded by friends and family. Being a social butterfly, she loves to talk to people. Her main focus is getting students voices heard. She wants to write on unique topics that readers would be interested in.

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Look at This!

Look at This!

Kennedy Stana, Staff Writer June 4, 2021

The NA Baseball team is currently in first place in their section.

In Scoring Position

Kennedy Stana, Staff Writer May 3, 2021

The end of the year is slowly approaching, but there is no slowing down the North Allegheny Baseball Team. Currently leading their section, the team has a record of 11-2, and there doesn't seem to be much...

NASH musical performers strive to put on an impressive production while remaining safe.

An Unprecedented Production

Kennedy Stana, Staff Writer April 16, 2021

Seniors Rohan Puri and Naveen Szymkowiak are spending this spring nearly the same way they did during their freshman and sophomore years -- preparing for the school musical. But this year, Puri, Szymkowiak,...

Senioritis symptoms include a lack of motivation, a longing for summer, and excessant napping.

The Only Cure: Graduation

Kennedy Stana, Staff Writer March 31, 2021

It’s that time of year again-- senioritis is once again roaming the halls of NASH, threatening to disrupt a smooth ending to any student's academic career. The "illness" seems to impact seniors towards...

Some of the most powerful women in modern history are trailblazers in their respective professions.

Shattering Ceilings and Stereotypes

Kennedy Stana, Staff Writer March 25, 2021

Throughout history, women have come together to prove their value not only to themselves, but also to those around them. They have used their wits, courage, and confidence to get to where they are in today's...

Prom is On

Prom is On

Kennedy Stana, Staff Writer March 19, 2021

Prom-posals, long dresses, sleek tuxedos, and the thrill of heading downtown with all your friends. It's the event every senior looks forward to, but until recently, the likelihood of a 2021 Senior Prom...

Katelyn Lancaster: Photojournalist

Katelyn Lancaster: Photojournalist

Kennedy Stana, Staff Writer March 18, 2021

Most teenagers take a photo at least once a day, whether it's a Snapchat to friends, a post on Instagram, or something they just want to capture in their everyday life. For Katelyn Lancaster, however,...

Students in prosperous suburban schools can take for granted their technological advantages.

The Pittsburgh Public Truth

Kennedy Stana, Staff Writer February 10, 2021

Something most of my peers do not know about me is where I grew up. Before my move to North Allegheny, I was a Pittsburgh Public Schools student. I had lived in the city for the first seven years of my...

NASH senior Kyle Beaver directs his creative talent towards shoe illustrations.  Check out the following slideshow of images, caption by Beaver.

Look at This!

Kennedy Stana, Staff Writer January 19, 2021

New Years resolutions are often abandoned after just a few weeks.

Resolutions for 2021

Kennedy Stana, Staff Writer December 23, 2020

2021 is just around the corner, and many students at NASH are starting to plan out their new year's resolutions.  But will they follow through? Forbes Magazine describes how likely it really is for...

A Trying Time for Teachers

A Trying Time for Teachers

Kennedy Stana, Staff Writer December 7, 2020

Almost everyone at NASH has missed out on beloved events and activities in 2020. The difficulties that students have been facing since the beginning of the pandemic in March have been well documented,...

Good Talk: Mr. Tozier

Good Talk: Mr. Tozier

Kennedy Stana, Staff Writer December 7, 2020

When was your first year at NA? As a student, I think it was the fall of 1981 and as a teacher, fall of 1999. I worked in the morning at NAI and afternoon at NASH. Favorite class besides music at...

The Fighting Spirit

The Fighting Spirit

Kennedy Stana, Staff Writer November 23, 2020

It was a crazy ride for the Girls' Soccer Team. Following the 2019-20 season, which set records in its own right, the team faced high expectations at the start of 2020.  No one today can doubt that the...

Kayla Tozier auditions in front of her computer at home.  All participants in this years spring musical audition had to muster their best from the remote confines of their own houses.

Behind Closed Curtains

Kennedy Stana, Staff Writer October 31, 2020

It is that time of year for NASH’s musically talented to prepare for the 2020-2021 musical season. Sadly for most, it is not going to be the same as in previous years. With the outbreak of COVID-19,...

Not So Fast

Kennedy Stana, Staff Writer October 22, 2020

In our society, various political views are displayed all throughout the world, especially this time of year. Everywhere you look, you see a new sign trying to get the younger generations to vote. However,...

Homecoming festivities may look different this year, but student council is trying its best to make the occasion the best it can be.

Dance Denied

Kennedy Stana, Staff Writer October 13, 2020

The tradition of Homecoming has defined the fall semester at North Allegheny for decades. But like so many other customs that NASH students have grown to cherish, the 2020 Homecoming Dance will not happen...

Andrew Dubinett found his passion for art no more than a year ago.

Look At This!

Kennedy Stana, Staff Writer September 30, 2020

Many student artists discover their talent at a young age. But for senior Andrew Dubinett, the passion emerged less than a year ago. In fact, it was the coronavirus quarantine that prompted him to begin...

Per WPIAL guidelines in response to state guidance, no more than 250 people may gather for events such as high school football games.  Players, coaches, officials, and select Marching Band members count toward that number, leaving hardly any room for fans.

The Quiet Game

Kennedy Stana, Staff Writer September 18, 2020

It’s Friday night, and the lights are bright as the teams take their positions before kickoff.  It all looks right — but it certainly doesn’t sound so. Friday night football games have long been...

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