The Uproar

Michelle Hwang

Michelle Hwang, Staff Writer

Michelle Hwang is a junior writer for The Uproar. She enjoys reading, and if you happen to have any book recommendations, please send them her way. She is also a major foodie, so if you have any food/restaurant/recipe recommendations, please send those her way as well. Michelle hopes to move to New York one day and live her best city-girl life, but until then she'll be looking for new ways to live out her best Pittsburgh life.

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Speak Up! / Ep4

March 25, 2021

Stem and Buds:  https://www.stemandbuds.org/   Song:  Monday by Free Arlo   And None Were Violent by Gloria Wang              

NA pays for more Securly

NA pays for more Securly

March 22, 2021

North Allegheny’s IT staff are no strangers to heavy workloads. Every week, the department deals with troublesome situations, which may include cyber bullying alerts, a self-harm warning, or even a sexual...

Students and staff from the International Women's Day event participate in the #ChooseToChallenge, an oath students take to call out inequality..

International Women’s Day brings students and staff together

March 11, 2021

In a discussion that went more than an hour over the pre-decided end time, 23 female students, teachers, and administrative staff opened up and revealed the extent to which the women and girls of North...

Director/writer Isaac Chung's new film Minari tells a heartfelt story of a Korean immigrant family.

A Review of Minari

March 1, 2021

Minari, also known as water dropwort, is a slightly soapy scented herb that grows in small bodies of freshwater and can often be found in many East Asian households, mine included. It is also the name...

NASH librarians and English teachers recommended books that run the gamut from escapist to profound.

All Booked Up

February 26, 2021

Books have long provided readers with the escape they need from their troublesome realities. And in the midst of a global pandemic, it's safe to say that our realities right now may be troubling. But...

Speak Up! / Ep3

February 18, 2021

The pandemic will have many long-term effects on Generation Z, some more radical than others.

Our Generation and the Virus

February 8, 2021

In 7th grade, my history teacher told the class about a time she found blocks of frozen money buried deep in her grandmother’s fridge. Her grandmother, who grew up during the Great Depression, had a...

Speak Up! / Ep2

January 19, 2021

Speak Up! /Ep1

January 12, 2021

Students need to remember that success later in life is not solely dependent on which university they wish to attend.

Tempted by the Top-Tier Degree

January 11, 2021

Seniors have arrived at the time of year when college essays have been finalized and applications have been submitted. All that remains is the uneasy waiting period before emails arrive and final decisions...

A Review of Tommy Orange's There There

A Review of Tommy Orange’s There There

January 4, 2021

Of the top 10 books checked out from the NASH Library so far this year (see graphic below), one in particular jumped out at me. Every so often, you come across a novel that is clearly written beyond...

Sometimes students and teachers alike may get caught up in the curricular aspect of learning. But phys ed teacher Frank Cremonese says our focus should always be on the experience.

Experience Above All

December 16, 2020

Physical education teacher Mr. Frank Cremonese first came to North Allegheny as a student teacher in 2007. After seeing the strength of the physical education department, he had “always wanted to get...

The children of American immigrants come from a wide variety of backgrounds, but many share the same urge to succeed.

To First-Generation Americans:
It’s Time We Live For Ourselves

November 30, 2020

Most kids in America grow up with fictional narratives like "Hansel and Gretel," "Cinderella," and "Jack and the Giant Beanstalk." I grew up with those stories, too, but I also received one extra: an adventurous...

Repealing the Affordable Care Act would force abounding numbers of Americans to choose between the absence of healthcare and financial ruin.

The Case for the ACA

November 9, 2020

I write this article because I am afraid that tomorrow basic rights will be taken away from the American people.  On November 10th, the Supreme Court will hear eight hours of oral debate over the Affordable...

Once a hive of interaction at close proximity, speech and debate meetings now take place online over Zoom.

Debate Goes Digital

November 5, 2020

In pre-pandemic times, the tri-weekly practices of the North Allegheny Speech and Debate Team brought the building’s third floor to life in the after-school hours. Halls filled with the sound of debaters...

Tick Tock

October 29, 2020

The wait for a new Supreme Court justice appears to be near, but President Trump's nomination has come with more than its fair share of controversy.

Judgment Decision

October 2, 2020

After news of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death reached the ears of the American public, the country has been on its toes, impatiently waiting to see whom President Trump would choose to fill the vacancy left...

The coronavirus has caused carbon emissions to decrease worldwide. However, we are still at a critical point in the fight against climate change.

Not the Time to Slow Down

September 24, 2020

We are now sitting in the eighth month of the coronavirus pandemic, and slowly but surely, the world is beginning to recover. Some of the earlier hit countries, such as China and Japan, are entering the...

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