Expanding the study-abroad experience to high school

Julia Nagel, Staff reporter

February 15, 2019

Filed under Features

First semester of junior year has a notoriously challenging reputation. Difficult classes, preparing for the ACT/SAT, and starting discussions about the college process all contribute to a very hectic schedule. However, junior...

I’m more than just an: Asian stereotype

Sofia Papakos, Staff reporter

February 15, 2019

Filed under Features

The role of stereotypes is prevalent in the high school scene. Aside from the typical nerds, jocks, popular girls who are portrayed in movies, NT’s culture exists on the more realistic spectrum. Junior Kaden Lee touched on...

Cold days called into question

Julia Nagel, Staff Reporter

February 8, 2019

Filed under Features

Due to record-breaking wind chill temperatures as cold as -50 degrees Fahrenheit, Superintendent Paul Sally made the decision to close school on Wednesday, Jan. 30 and Thursday, Jan. 31. Sally said staff and student safety...

Q3 slump: fact or fiction

Mattea Carberry, Staff Reporter

February 8, 2019

Filed under Features

With finals over, students are left to plunge into a whole new quarter, coming face to face with the dreaded third quarter slump. For many, this slump seems inevitable, but there must be some reason why this dark time of year...

To build or not to build?

To build or not to build?

February 8, 2019

Immigration hits close to home for some students

Alyssa Pak, Features Editor

February 8, 2019

Filed under Features

Amidst all of Trump’s talk of building a wall, the attitude towards immigration seems to have become increasingly less friendly. The United States is a country full of people from every continent, which is seldom brought...

Does Christmas music belong in school?

Lily Vance, Staff reporter

December 21, 2018

Filed under Features

Holiday music can either put students in a festive spirit or create an uncomfortable atmosphere. Teachers, especially advisers, have leeway to make their own decisions regarding students’ comfort, with some deciding to ban...