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Michaela Golik

Michaela Golik, Staff Writer

Michaela Golik is a junior at NASH, and it’s her first year writing for The Uproar. She enjoys dancing, spending time with her friends and family, painting, and writing. She loves filmmaking and aspires to be a director. When she’s not working or dancing, you can likely find her online shopping or daydreaming about traveling the world. 

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People who suffer from eating disorders often feel trapped inside their constant desire to obtain a certain body weight and shape.

The Weight of the World

February 15, 2021

Eating disorders involve a range of psychological conditions that can cause the development of unhealthy eating habits. This mental health condition often starts with an obsession with food, appearance,...

Valentine's Day is all about showing your loved ones how much they mean to you. You can get into the mood of the holiday by listening to these songs.

Valentine’s Day Playlist

February 13, 2021

Whether you look forward to Valentine's Day or you dread it, you can’t deny that there are countless iconic love songs to listen to on the holiday. To get into the lovey-dovey mood, I recommend listening...

Akindele at the WPIAL Team Championship on May 6, 2019

Full Speed Ahead

February 8, 2021

Junior Lola Akindele stands out as a stellar runner on the NA Track and Field team. Her passion and drive fuel her to be her best and continue to work hard. Akindele has been participating in track...

photo by Michaela Golik

A Bond across the Generations

January 25, 2021

During these uncertain times, it's fairly common to feel helpless or confused, and everyone seems to grasping for every last bit of positivity they can find. Well, as one of NASH's newest student-led initiatives...

Holiday songs are an essential part of the season, and they all have unique stories.

The Meanings Behind Popular Christmas Songs

December 23, 2020

We’re all familiar with the classic Christmas carols constantly played on the radio, in stores, and in holiday movies. But do you know the true meanings and origins behind some of the most popular ones?...

The animated short film takes the viewers on a moving and painful emotional journey in a mere 12 minutes.

A Review of If Anything Happens I Love You

December 3, 2020

The transition to remote learning has, at least temporarily, eliminated the horror of school shootings from communities across America.  But agonizing memories can never be silenced, and the prospect...

This year, many Americans plan to stay home for the holidays.

Thanksgiving Activity Ideas

November 25, 2020

For many families this year, Thanksgiving plans look a little different. While celebrations may be scaled back in size, there are still ways you can have fun this weekend: 1. Schedule a Zoom call If...

Claire Shao and Abbey Swirsding emerged as the top doubles team for the Girls' Tennis Team this fall.

Doubles Drive

November 16, 2020

This fall, Claire Shao and Abbey Swirsding became North Allegheny tennis’s top doubles pairing, showcasing their passion and talent for the sport. Shao, a senior, discovered her love for tennis when...

Friendship is important to the characters in

A Review of The One and Only Ivan

November 9, 2020

The One and Only Ivan deals with multiple themes and stories that appeal to kids and adults alike. Released on Disney+ in August 2020, the film is based on the novel of the same name, written by Katherine...

The Disappearance of David Stone

The Disappearance of David Stone

October 20, 2020

La Jolla, California -- a place filled with endless days of sunshine, the sparkling blue Pacific, tourists, surfers, and the rich and famous. Certainly a place where no one would expect the sudden and...

Good music can make any chilly autumn day better.

Fall Playlist

October 8, 2020

Fall is, of course, a season of change, making it the perfect time to mix up your playlists to incorporate songs that are fitting for the season. 1. “House of the Rising Sun” by The Animals I’ve...

App development and coding are becoming increasingly important skills for young adults.

There’s a Club for That

October 5, 2020

Coding is an increasingly essential skill in the 21st century, and the extra-curricular scene at NASH has taken notice.  Among an abundance of new clubs this year is the App Development Club, sponsored...

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