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Mr. Crager, right, discusses policies with fellow Assistant Principal Mrs. Ervin. Mr. Crager taught English at Northrop until Spring 2015. Photo by Mikayla Kahlenbeck.

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Unbearably Honest: Football-Positivity Prospers

Multi-Media Staff: Quentin Dawson, Sydnee Marqueling Welcome back Bruins! Football season has just kicked off. The team was excited to enter the season and go up against Homestead High School. A few of the players shared their positivity and gave their thoughts of how the game would go.

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Avenged Sevenfold to rock the Coliseum

Andrew Pruser Staff Writer   For all the metal and hard rock fans out there, Avenged Sevenfold is headlining at the War Memorial Coliseum on September 20 with Volbeat. This is part of the Avenged Sevenfold, Volbeat microtour which starts on September 12. It’s been three years since the last Avenged Sevenfold album, which was […]

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Can Trump Tell The Truth?

Amanda Newby Opinions Editor   Donald Trump: resented by some, revered by others, known by all. With such a fast-paced political climate today, it takes extra effort to be a candidate that separates from the pack. Donald Trump has definitely made an art form out of staying relevant. With all the campaigning and speaking required […]

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Sausage Party a raunchy adult thrill

Isaac Edwards Staff Writer   Wildest, raunchiest movie you will ever see. Sausage party is a crazy movie worth the price of admission. It is 100 percent worth seeing, but not for your kids. This movie is full of gut busting laughs, raunchiness and wildness. You will laugh your head off at a bunch of […]

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Bruins Fall to Spartans in Regular Season Opener

Zach Piatt Sports Editor The Northrop Bruins kicked off their football season tonight at Homestead with a 28-41 loss to the Spartans. The first half of the contest was uneventful. Homestead went into halftime up 14-0, getting rushing touchdowns from Jordan Presley and Drew Keszei. Northrop struck first in the second half with a touchdown […]

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Left handed pitcher Garrett Schoenle intends to play baseball for the University of Cincinnati. The senior also plays quarterback for the football team. Photo by Zach Piatt

Southpaw Schoenle to Hurl For Cincinnati

Zach Piatt Sports Editor Northrop Bruin senior southpaw Garrett Schoenle ended his summer committing to play baseball at the University of Cincinnati on August 6, 2016. “It’s exciting to think I’ll be playing D1 baseball, especially at a great school like Cincinnati,” says Schoenle. “I’m exciting for what my college career holds.” Garrett has pitched […]

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Principal adjusts purse policy, listens to students

By Manny Arriaga Staff Reporter   The new administration is not banning purses in the school, according to class meetings held on Tuesday and Wednesday by the incoming principal Jason Witzigrueter. “We originally thought we were going to eliminate purses,” Witzigrueter said. “But felt the need to look back on our decision.” If a textbook […]

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The football team kicked off preseason with a victory over Huntington North. Casey Lawrence and Ben Arruza both scored twice. The Bruins travel to Homestead on Friday to open SAC play. Photo by Zach Piatt

Bruins Scrimmage Huntington North to Kickoff Season

Zach Piatt Sports Editor The Northrop Bruin varsity football team scrimmaged against the Huntington North Vikings tonight and came away with a victory five scores to two. The Bruins struck first with a long touchdown run from Casey Lawrence. Northrop went up two scores after Garrett Schoenle connected with Ben Arruza for another touchdown. Lawrence […]

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DH Provides More Excitement For Baseball Fans

Zach Piatt Sports Editor If you’ve ever seen Nolan Ryan pitch, or have heard of his performance, you know he’s one of the most dominant pitchers of all time.  He is baseball’s leader in strikeouts with a total of 5,714 Ks. Ryan, winner of 324 games, had a fantastic career on the mound.  His performance […]

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