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“Thank you” Mr. President … for Motivation

Manny Arriaga Staff Writer Trump grandiosely claimed he would be a strong ally for the LGBTQ community, as he continues to be involved in our well-being apparently being a strong ally includes taking the rights away from transgender people. What an ally you proved to be, Trump. Trump directly offers gratitude to the LGBT community, […]

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Northrop alum dances her way to success

Nicholas Wojtasinski Staff Writer   Most kids in high school try to get a job. Many succeed. Sometimes the manager isn’t fun to work for. If only you could be your own boss like 2013 graduate Kayla Ellenwood. Ellenwood opened the Pulse Dance and Performance Center on Coliseum Blvd. in 2014. The studio teaches ballet, […]

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Debates That Don’t Matter Episode 3- Emojis In Emails Is Nokay

Amanda Newby Isabella Rhodes Opinions and Features Editors In this episode, me and Isabella discuss doing math in pen, the 2016 clown epidemic, and using emojis in emails. Listen here.

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Bruins Gaining Momentum To End Season

Zach Piatt Sports Editor The Northrop Bruins visited Bishop Dwenger last night and spoiled the Saints’ senior night, taking a 65-58 victory. Shots didn’t want to go down in the first quarter for either team, as physical defense seemed to be the key for both teams early on. Dwenger didn’t even make a field goal […]

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An Open Letter to My Almost Boyfriend

Camry Thomas Co-Editor in Chief I miss you. I think that should be very clear. I mean, I wouldn’t be writing this if I didn’t miss you. But here we are. Anyways… We were never a thing. I know that. Although it sure did feel like we were. I liked you. You liked me. I […]

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Here’s what is good on Netflix right now

Melissa Trevino Staff Writer Stranger Things If you haven’t watched it where have you been? It’s by far the best TV show of 2017 and it’s nominated for many awards but it’s not a surprise. Also the classic high school/small town Indiana setting in this is very intriguing. Plus this one character that stands out […]

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Northrop Takes Down Carroll on Senior Night

Zach Piatt Sports Editor The Northrop Bruins hosted Carroll for their senior night last night and came away with a sweet 64-62 victory over the Chargers. In a game with 10 lead changes and 11 ties, the largest lead of the contest was only seven. It was tight all throughout with neither team able to […]

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Girls United hosts First Battle of the Sexes

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Bitter Valentine’s Day Advice

Amanda Newby Opinions Editor Another year, another boom in revenue of red-and-pink items. Oh, and another Valentine’s Day. Now, I’ve been accused of challenging traditions more than once, and I’m not one to break that streak. The two groups of people I’m calling out today are singles and couples. So basically, no one is safe. […]

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President confusing to student

Drew Penrod Staff Writer Politics are an easy topic to get confused on if you either don’t watch the news every day or read the newspaper or you don’t understand either of them. It seemed like problems happening this year and half of last year with politics had to do with Hillary and Trump. Now […]

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