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On Hiatus for the Summer

The new school year starts with some big changes and a new redesign for our website. Hopefully this will make the site easier to navigate with smart phones.

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Looking Back On An Unforgettable Year

Zach Piatt Sports Editor Graduation is today, and it still hasn’t hit me that I will never go back to Northrop High School as a student. Seniors were dismissed early on the last day, but I didn’t want to leave. Senior year was the best year of my life. I’ve made so many memories as […]

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Lefty Agler Finds Happiness

Zach Piatt Sports Editor August 2, 2014. This date will forever ring in the mind of Alec Agler. Nothing compares to the low he felt on this summer day heading into his sophomore year of high school. “In the beginning it seemed like I had no one, and my anger and depression was really bad,” […]

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Inspiration at the end of the 2016-2017 school year

Christian Dixie Staff Reporter     The 2016-2017 year is coming to a close and another school year in the books. This year was full of surprises, grief, laughter, excitement, and a whole lot of surprises. Here is some encouragement to all grade levels as we get closer to the end of the school year. […]

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7 Ways to Prepare for Finals

Melissa Trevino Marisol Sanchez Staff Reporters If you have any problems with studying or stressing out about finals, here are seven ways you can take to prepare yourself for the stressful road ahead. Get rid of stress: Go out! Have a calm and relaxing day to get rid of the thoughts that are causing you […]

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Advice From a Northrop Senior

Amanda Newby Opinions Editor   To be fair, I started writing this piece when I had an 8 page paper due in 12 days that I hadn’t started yet, so maybe I’m not the person to listen to. But, if you are going to be a high school senior at some point and you enjoy […]

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Performing arts stand-out comes from humble beginnings

Isabella Rhodes Features Editor   Snap crackle or pop? Jayden Cano? Snap. Snapping his fingers to the rhythm. Snap crackle or pop? Jayden Cano? Crackle. The sound of a mic turning on. Snap crackle or pop? Jayden Cano? Pop. The pop star of Northrop High School class of 2018. Now he has being the star […]

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High schoolers fall flat on tipping etiquette

Bailey Claar Co-Editor-In-Chief   I have serious beef with some teenagers. Sure, the new level of responsibility you’re experiencing is confusing. The economy is messed up and high schoolers are not exactly the wealthiest demographic. Things you never had to experience like filing taxes and filling your gas tank have now made permanent residence in […]

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What a Way to Start the Season

Zach Piatt Sports Editor I woke up last Wednesday to “Bailando” as my alarm at 7 a.m. Butterflies ran through my stomach as I heated up my miniature pancakes in the microwave.  As I waited for my breakfast, I stared at the quote I wrote on my whiteboard the night before. It read “Game Day […]

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Unbearably Honest: Spring Break!

Northrop Bruin’s are heading out for Spring Break. So we decided to ask students what their favorite destination for spring break would be. We can’t wait for break but we also must remember to be safe and be responsible. Have a good spring break! Staff: Emily Johnson, Amanda Newby, Sydnee Marqueling

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