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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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Students connect with Art Department

Drew Penrod Staff Writer   One of the best parts of Northrop’s Art Department is creating beautiful jewelry or pottery or anything else with your hands. Students can discover new ways to bring their imaginations into reality. Breanna Wilson loves to make jewelry in her class. “I like art and being creative,” she said. Several […]

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Learning Witzigrueter’s Wits

Isabella Rhodes Features Editor This year Northrop High School welcomes new principal, Mr. Witzigreuter who is no stranger to the school. He used to be our band director but now he has an even higher status. Getting to know a school’s principal can seem like an intimidating task but Mr. Witzigreuter seemed very calm and […]

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Common Core: Does it help?

Create By: Darrien Rittner Does Common Core help students? Maybe. Some argue yes, others no.

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District Names New Principal

Antonio Gamez Co-Editor in Chief On the evening of March 28, 2016, Fort Wayne Community Schools Board of Trustees held a meeting to acknowledge student accomplishments and administration changes. Among the changes was the reveal of Northrop’s new Principal for the 2016-17 school year: Jason Witzigreuter. Witzigreuter has a history with Northrop, serving as band […]

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Gay Straight Alliance to Meet Thursday

Amanda Newby Staff Writer If the potential fabulousness isn’t enough to attract a crowd, the donuts from Dunkin’ should work. At 8:30 a.m.Thursday, the Media Center of Northrop will host its first Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) meeting. The staff sponsor, Mrs. Correll, was approached by seniors Claire Cummins and Mal Strubing and decided to sponsor because […]

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School Day disrupted by Power Outage

Antonio Gamez Co-Editor Late Wednesday morning, areas of Fort Wayne went dark. On November 18, 2015, over 9,000 clients of Indiana-Michigan Power in Fort Wayne lost power. Northrop was among those clients, as 2nd period classes were disrupted Students and staff were instructed to stay in their 2nd period classrooms. This caused 3rd and 4th […]

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Arsenic and Old Lace Opens Tonight, Tomorrow at 7

Photos by Emily Johnson Staff Writer

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The Yummiest Candies

Sydney Hamilton Staff Writer

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New Teachers Bring Experience, Vitality to Halls

Becca Scribner Staff Writer Northrop has gotten a lot of new teachers this year, as What’s Bruin? spoke to four of these new teachers. Mrs. Burdette teaches US History and US Government to both juniors and seniors, respectively. She went to IPFW for college, influenced to become a teacher by teachers she had in school. […]

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