The Uproar

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The 7 Degrees performers take a break during one of their rehearsals before their live performance on Halloween in late 2020.

[Photo] 7 Degrees of Syncopation

March 16, 2021

The 7 Degrees performers take a break during one of their rehearsals before their live performance on Halloween in late 2020.

Since receiving approval from the state, the district has distributed over 6,000 meals to students during the pandemic shutdown.

[Photo] Meal Mission

April 29, 2020

Since receiving approval from the state, the district has distributed over 6,000 meals to students during the pandemic shutdown.

NASH School Resource Officer Todd Ray prepares to direct traffic as the Food Services and volunteer staff organize meal distribution.

[Photo] Meal Mission

April 29, 2020

NASH School Resource Officer Todd Ray prepares to direct traffic as the Food Services and volunteer staff organize meal distribution.

Pittsburgh's North Hills are usually busting with commercial activity.  Since Gov. Wolf's stay-at-home order, however, the region has grown eerily quiet.

[Photo] Part-Time Jobs in a Full-Time Pandemic

March 27, 2020

Pittsburgh's North Hills are usually busting with commercial activity. Since Gov. Wolf's stay-at-home order, however, the region has grown eerily quiet.

In the days before the district announced the extended school closure, Nurse Scrabis' job was growing rapidly busier.

[Photo] A State of Limbo

March 16, 2020

In the days before the district announced the extended school closure, Nurse Scrabis' job was growing rapidly busier.

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[Photo] Recall Redo

March 11, 2020

Best Buddies rented a dunk tank during the lunch periods today to raise money for the organization, as well as allow students to exact a little retribution on their teachers, such as Mr. Kodenkandeth, pictured above.

[Photo] In Over Their Heads

March 4, 2020

Best Buddies rented a dunk tank during the lunch periods today to raise money for the organization, as well as allow students to exact a little retribution on their teachers, such as Mr. Kodenkandeth,...

NASH senior Sari Abu-Hamad selects a ticket at yesterday's raffle to mark the end of the the 14th annual Facial Hair February fundraiser event.

[Photo] Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

February 29, 2020

NASH senior Sari Abu-Hamad selects a ticket at yesterday's raffle to mark the end of the the 14th annual Facial Hair February fundraiser event.

Gifted programs' testing requirements are too narrow to properly measure the varieties of giftedness in young people.

[Photo] Gifted or Gifting?

March 2, 2020

Gifted programs' testing requirements are too narrow to properly measure the varieties of giftedness in young people.

Ensemble member Marvel Moniaga makes the most of his moment in the spotlight at last weekend's spring musical,

[Photo] A Happy Ending to a Tragic Story

March 9, 2020

Ensemble member Marvel Moniaga makes the most of his moment in the spotlight at last weekend's spring musical, "Titanic."

Were it not for NASH head custodian Dwayne Nasiadka, the building would hardly be able to function properly.

[Photo] Making It All Work

February 28, 2020

Were it not for NASH head custodian Dwayne Nasiadka, the building would hardly be able to function properly.

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[Photo] Dance with Me?

January 30, 2020

Officer Ray has been devoting his time after school hours to renovating the trophy case at the front of the cafeteria.

[Photo] Front and Center Fixer-Upper

February 20, 2020

Officer Ray has been devoting his time after school hours to renovating the trophy case at the front of the cafeteria.

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[Photo] Gimme a Break

December 19, 2019

NASH seniors RJ Swanson, Jonathan Ross, and Sam Maldia sport different but interesting approaches of fashion. One has a closet packed with Vineyard Vines, one could most certainly own a coffee shop, and the other looks like he could be the face of a Nike ad.

[Photo] Men's Winter Fashion 2019

January 7, 2020

NASH seniors RJ Swanson, Jonathan Ross, and Sam Maldia sport different but interesting approaches of fashion. One has a closet packed with Vineyard Vines, one could most certainly own a coffee shop, and...

The heavy load of homework, studying, and extracurriculars has many young students caught with a case of premature senioritis.

[Photo] An Epidemic Before Its Time

January 9, 2020

The heavy load of homework, studying, and extracurriculars has many young students caught with a case of premature senioritis.

Evan Wilson, 8th grade, was the star of the third annual middle school musical,

[Photo] New to the Stage

December 17, 2019

Evan Wilson, 8th grade, was the star of the third annual middle school musical, "Elf the Musical, Jr"

Researching colleges drowns students in thoughts of how a single choice affects the future.

[Photo] One Step Ahead, One Step Behind

December 9, 2019

Researching colleges drowns students in thoughts of how a single choice affects the future.

Following the recent announcement of his upcoming departure from NASH, Dr. Kreider says that he will miss the community here the most.

[Photo] Leaving a Legacy

December 10, 2019

Following the recent announcement of his upcoming departure from NASH, Dr. Kreider says that he will miss the community here the most.

Pennsylvania's new minimum wage increasing initiative may leave some North Allegheny students much more prepared for college than ever before.

[Photo] Angling for a Raise

November 26, 2019

Pennsylvania's new minimum wage increasing initiative may leave some North Allegheny students much more prepared for college than ever before.

When school ended on March 13, no one in the graduating class expected their senior year to be forever altered.

[Photo] Too Soon to Say Farewell

April 21, 2020

When school ended on March 13, no one in the graduating class expected their senior year to be forever altered.

This year's fall play, The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940, opens this Thursday.

[Photo] Killer Comedy

November 13, 2019

This year's fall play, The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940, opens this Thursday.

Will Cinker, one of the Student Section Leaders, kicks off the first pep rallies in years at NASH.

[Photo] In the Spirit

November 8, 2019

Will Cinker, one of the Student Section Leaders, kicks off the first pep rallies in years at NASH.

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[Photo] Ballpark Figure

November 1, 2019

Does today's parenting style come at the cost of less independent young adults?

[Photo] Raised "Wrong"

November 1, 2019

Does today's parenting style come at the cost of less independent young adults?

Seniors are disappointed that the ACT will allow for individual section sittings next year.  Junior, on the other hand, are delighted.

[Photo] Section by Section

October 31, 2019

Seniors are disappointed that the ACT will allow for individual section sittings next year. Junior, on the other hand, are delighted.

Sure, some teens loathe the rubbery clogs.  But look around the halls and you'll see a far greater number of Crocs fans.

[Photo] Rubber Soul

October 17, 2019

Sure, some teens loathe the rubbery clogs. But look around the halls and you'll see a far greater number of Crocs fans.

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[Photo] Rubber Soul

October 17, 2019

A symbol of school pride and a cherished totem of the Student Section, Skully surprisingly has a history that few are aware of.

[Photo] A Brief History of Skully

October 11, 2019

A symbol of school pride and a cherished totem of the Student Section, Skully surprisingly has a history that few are aware of.

We're raised to believe in our own creative thoughts, but when we reach high school a drastic change takes effect.

[Photo] No More Artists

October 4, 2019

We're raised to believe in our own creative thoughts, but when we reach high school a drastic change takes effect.

As the competitiveness of school sports continues to rise, many students in large school districts are forced out of activities they love.

[Photo] From the Sidelines

October 7, 2019

As the competitiveness of school sports continues to rise, many students in large school districts are forced out of activities they love.

An unexpected hit, junior Ryan Apel's intentionally misspelled t-shirts have vaulted him into entrepreneurship.

[Photo] T-Shrits for Sale

October 15, 2019

An unexpected hit, junior Ryan Apel's intentionally misspelled t-shirts have vaulted him into entrepreneurship.

A person's playlist can be a window into their soul.

[Photo] What's in Your Ear?

September 30, 2019

A person's playlist can be a window into their soul.

The beauty of the game is indelibly stained when players condone racism.

[Photo] Jogo Racista

September 20, 2019

The beauty of the game is indelibly stained when players condone racism.

The 26th Amendment guarantees the right to vote for 18 year olds.  But does mere eligibility mean that young voters should cast their ballot?

[Photo] To Vote or Not to Vote

October 2, 2019

The 26th Amendment guarantees the right to vote for 18 year olds. But does mere eligibility mean that young voters should cast their ballot?

Regardless of your politics, it's important to evaluate each public official as objectively as possible.

[Photo] Trump's Report Card

September 26, 2019

Regardless of your politics, it's important to evaluate each public official as objectively as possible.

It's probably the case that most students do not fully realize the detailed preparation that goes into a typical day of food services at NASH.

[Photo] Now They’re Cooking!

September 25, 2019

It's probably the case that most students do not fully realize the detailed preparation that goes into a typical day of food services at NASH.

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[Photo] Ponder This

September 17, 2019

Emilie Whitewolf and Amy Hendricks talk to Logan Henderson while waiting in line to return uniforms.

[Photo] Final Countdown: Friday Night

October 9, 2019

Emilie Whitewolf and Amy Hendricks talk to Logan Henderson while waiting in line to return uniforms.

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