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Bruin Defense Continues to Struggle Despite High Scoring Offense

Zach Piatt Sports Editor The Northrop Bruins hosted the Bishop Luers Knights on Homecoming night last night and fell 49-63. Luers got it going early with the first of many touchdowns from J’Lyn Charlton. After a Northrop score to tie things up, the Knights scored twice more to go up by 14. Each team would […]

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Saints Handle Bruins In Four Sets

Zach Piatt Sports Editor The Bishop Dwenger Saints entered Bruin Country last night with confidence and came out with a victory. Dwenger took care of business in the first set 25-15. Northrop came back on top in set number two. The Saints answered with two more wins to take the victory. Northrop     15 […]

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Longed for repairs coming to Northrop in 2019

Nicky Wojtasinski Staff Writer   Northrop High School can expect to be getting better water fountains and a better air cooling system for the rest of the school alongside some luxury appliances such as a water bottle filler and possibly more. Northrop students and faculty are excited to see renovations soon due to a vote […]

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Bruins Torched By Cadets’ Aerial Attack

Zach Piatt Sports Editor The Northrop Bruins visited the Concordia Lutheran Cadets last night and fell 22-56 courtesy of Concordia’s dynamic passing game. Northrop got on the board first with an opening drive field goal. That would be all they could muster in the first half though, as the Cadet defense held strong. Concordia also […]

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Ms. Ervin works on a student issue in her office. Photo by Emily Johnson

Ervin enjoying new community

Aliyah Vossler Staff reporter A lot of people think that they  will get lost on their first day .Our school really is huge it’s the biggest one in the city. “But it’s more like a community and its more like a home” Ms. Ervin said. Ms. Ervin loves that the our first priority here at […]

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Don’t Breathe thrills audience

Isaac Edwards Staff Reporter  With a limited amount of dialog, Don’t Breathe amazes audiences in a variety of ways. The suspense keeps you guessing throughout the film and no one sees the ending. In the theater, you can feel The Blind Man (played brilliantly by Stephen Lang of Avatar fame) menacing you so much that […]

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Bruins Draw Short End of High Scoring Affair with Carroll

Zach Piatt Sports Editor The Northrop Bruins couldn’t keep up with the Carroll Charger’s high scoring offense last night, as they fell 36-62. The first quarter featured a back-and-forth battle for the lead. The Chargers struck first with a touchdown rush by Nic Novotny. Casey Lawrence then found the end zone for Northrop. Carroll soon […]

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Panthers Take Down Rival Bruins

Zach Piatt Sports Editor The Northrop Bruins visited Panther country tonight and left with heads hung low after getting swept in three sets. Snider played close to a mistake free match, while Northrop had many unforced errors. Northrop     17   16   17 Snider          25  25   25

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No Original Ideas-An Original Podcast

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Adulting frustrates, empowers students

Kaley Walhart Staff Writer   Who is 18 years old truly convenient for? Parents when they want the new “adult” to pick them up another pack of cigarettes because they can’t find the energy to do so. Employers when they realize child labor laws no longer apply to the kid — even though said “adult” […]

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