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Waverly Younts

Waverly Younts, Senior Staff Writer

Waverly Younts is a senior at NASH. She wrote for NaEye and is currently in her second year on The Uproar. She is a cashier at Monte Cello's Wexford, near NASH, and is a server at UMPC Cumberland Woods Village Senior Living. When she is not working, Waverly is most likely spending time with her friends and family, running track and field, petting her beautiful tuxedo kitten, Stella, or inventing new dishes in her kitchen.

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Star-Spangled Spirit

Star-Spangled Spirit

September 13, 2021

The First Friday Night

The First Friday Night

August 30, 2021

Hosting and attending the legendary tailgate event before a home field Friday night football game has long been a tradition for NASH seniors. For the class of 2022, their very first tailgate and game of...

Police cars and SWAT trucks filled into the parking lot at Ross Park Mall following a scary afternoon for shoppers.

A Local Reminder of a National Crisis

June 7, 2021

On the afternoon of Saturday, May 29, a fight broke out on the second floor of Ross Park Mall that resulted in possible gunshots and ultimately two teenagers facing charges due to the illegal possession...

Dear Class of 2023

Dear Class of 2023

June 1, 2021

For as long as I can remember, I have been told that junior year is the most important year of high school. This may be a cause of panic for some, as this is an intimidating mantra. It certainly was for...

Crumbl Cookies sell their mouth watering cookies in store and even offers delivery, curbside pickup, and nationwide shipping.

A Review of Crumbl Cookies

May 14, 2021

Crumbl Cookies, a gourmet cookie company, is taking over Tiktok and gaining a lot of attention from cookie lovers across the country. The company first opened its doors in Utah in 2017 and has since expanded...

Students are now given the choice to take college entry exams due to test-optional colleges becoming more common.

Optional test? Sign me up.

April 29, 2021

Standardized tests such as the SAT and the ACT have long been a requirement when applying to most colleges and universities. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many colleges made these standardized tests optional...

The author receiving her vaccination shot last Tuesday at Butler Memorial Hospital.

Getting a Shot at a Normal Life

April 9, 2021

I had been anxiously awaiting my chance to get a COVID-19 vaccine for a very long time, but it may not be for the reason you think. Of course, I was worried about getting infected. No one wants to get...

Easter Sunday is celebrated both religiously and not.

Origins and Traditions of Easter

April 2, 2021

Easter, whether carried out in a religious or celebratory fashion, is one of the major holidays during the course of the spring months. Once the first day of spring hits, families who look forward to this...

The shooting in a grocery store located in Boulder, Colorado on Monday left local shoppers terrified after witnessing a shooting.

Enough was Enough (and it still is)

March 24, 2021

On the afternoon of Monday, March 22, news broke of a mass shooting in a supermarket in Boulder, Colorado, resulting in 10 fatalities. Twenty-one-year-old suspect Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa is accused of opening...

Madison Beer's new album has exceeded many listeners expectations.

A Review of Life Support

March 10, 2021

At just 21 years old, pop singer and TikTok star Madison Beer has released her long-awaited debut album, Life Support. This undeniably authentic and raw album explores her personal battles and fans get...

With the news of North Allegheny moving to full in-person instruction, students are curious to see if parts of remote learning will still play a role in the classroom.

The Remains of Remote

February 25, 2021

Earlier this week, North Allegheny announced its gradual plan to return to full-time in-person instruction. With some excited about the news and some uneasy about it, no one knows what to expect once students...

Larry King will go down as one of the most influential and talented broadcasters of all time.

Remembering Larry King

January 27, 2021

Legendary CNN talk-show host, Larry King, tragically passed away on January 23rd at the age of 87. He was famous for many different things, including hosting Larry King Live on CNN for over 25 years before...

Americans need to work together to stop the spread of COVID-19, despite the lack of sufficient coverage from media outlets.

America’s Short Attention Span

January 21, 2021

Just over a year ago, the world began seeing reports from Wuhan, China, about a novel new coronavirus, called COVID-19. At the time, perhaps only the most knowledgeable epidemiologists could have predicted...

My First Feast of the Seven Fishes

My First Feast of the Seven Fishes

December 24, 2020

Celebrating Christmas means different things to different people. For Christians, the original reason, remembering and rejoicing the birth of Christ, continues to serve as the primary reason to observe...

Hours before Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced that youth sports would be banned until the new year, the track team lifted to prepare for their upcoming season.

Stopped in Their Tracks

December 11, 2020

Before yesterday afternoon, the winter track season had officially begun, despite initial concerns that the sport may be canceled this year due to COVID-19. After all, North Allegheny’s Track & Field...

How To Give Back This Holiday Season

How To Give Back This Holiday Season

November 29, 2020

The holiday season is among us, and it is crucial now more than ever to give back to the people in our community as we are still in a global pandemic. During normal circumstances in past years, it...

Though it's not ideal, our best shot at a safe and fun Thanksgiving this year is through technology.

“Together” and Thankful

November 10, 2020

Thanksgiving has always been my favorite day of the entire year. It is a day filled with great food and even better time spent with family. Each year, my mom and I host my grandparents at our house, and...

A Review of Positions

A Review of Positions

November 5, 2020

Throughout all 14 tracks in her newest album, Positions, Ariana Grande describes her new romance and happiness while still trying to piece herself back together after so much heartache. This is her third...

Boseman served as an inspiration and advocate for the African American community.

Remembering Chadwick Boseman

October 28, 2020

Actor Chadwick Boseman, star of the groundbreaking 2018 movie Black Panther, tragically passed away on August 28th from colon cancer. Boseman was not only an actor we all saw and loved on the big screen....

Good Talk: Mrs. Long

Good Talk: Mrs. Long

October 1, 2020

What is your all time favorite book? My favorite book is To Kill a Mockingbird. I love the feisty and sweet character of Scout Finch. What is your biggest pet peeve? My biggest pet peeve is when...

A new contest by candy developer David Klein is elevating the unassuming jelly bean to level of cultural hero at a time sorely in need of good news.

The Candy Man Can

September 22, 2020

Since its introduction to the world in the late 1800s, the humble jelly bean has been a notably popular candy. But its best days may lie ahead. In a real-life version of Roald Dahl's Charlie and the...

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