The Uproar

Neeti Cherukupalli

Neeti Cherukupalli, Staff Writer

Neeti Cherukupalli is a senior at North Allegheny School District.  She enjoys writing about politics, eating hummus, and hates birds.

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May 13, 2020

It was a first for the new NASH Principal, Ms. Dirda, and a first for NASH, too.  Senior Class President Jaime Martinez organized an Instagram Live with Dirda on May 6th as an opportunity for the class...

In an increasingly diverse country, it's unfortunate that two less diverse states control the headlines at the outset of the primary election.

Reorder the Primaries

March 2, 2020

Over the course of the past few weeks, there has been a lot of talk about the upcoming caucuses and primaries. Although winning in one state may not mean much in the grand scheme of things, early victories...

Over various doping allegations, Russia has been banned from competing in major upcoming sporting events for the next four years.

Tarnished Trophies

January 26, 2020

In an effort to please all of the people counting on them, in addition to wanting to satisfy their personal goals, world-class athletes often face the temptation of performance-enhancing drugs. At their...

A costly and irrelevant tradition, the British monarchy has no place in a modern democracy.

Abolish the Monarchy

January 21, 2020

If you’ve been on the Internet in the past few days, chances are that you have heard about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s decision to “step back” from their positions as senior royals in an attempt...

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced in late November that he would be entering the presidential race.

Late Bloomer?

December 4, 2019

We are currently at the point where the number of presidential candidates should, by all accounts, be winnowing; alas, the number continues to rise. Former New York City Mayor and 77-year old billionaire...

The NA Good Vibes Discount Program features a variety of businesses that have opted to participate.

2020: A Year of Good Vibes

November 18, 2019

As a man of his word, Class President Jaime Martinez has outdone himself yet again by upholding the promises that he made during his campaign in an attempt to increase student involvement in school activities...

Students participating in Original Oratory pose together at the annual retreat.

Speak Up

November 1, 2019

If you attended the Homecoming parade earlier this month, chances are you saw a massive herd of dalmatians in the mix. With clearly over 101 members, the Speech and Debate team not only stands as one of...

But it’s not Poetry

November 1, 2019

Let it be known that while Rupi Kaur’s poetry revolves around traumatic events, including rape and sexual harassment, as well as self-appreciation, she often oversimplifies these subjects as well as...

Poetic Differences

Poetic Differences

November 1, 2019

Hello, Mr. President

Hello, Mr. President

October 17, 2019

With several others running for Class President, did you expect a victory in the election this year? I was confident in the ideas I was running on and I was confident that a lot of my peers would resonate...

As college tuition continues to outpace wages, federal grants and loans are an unavoidable reality for families of most college-bound seniors.

A Bachelor’s in Bankruptcy

October 8, 2019

To high school seniors, kicking off the new school year means not only taking on the pressure of difficult and demanding classes but also applying to college. With the growing pressure comes the dilemma...

During the summer of 2019, protesters gathered to show their support for Hong Kong.  Protests have continued into the fall.

Democracy: What is it?

September 17, 2019

The story of Hong Kong is no simple one. Its history is comprised of various upswings and downturns, causing major social and political unrest. The current situation is no different.

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