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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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Northrop Theatre welcomes a new friend

Bailey Claar Staff Writer Northrop’s Spring Musical is the classic Annie the Musical, starring senior Jacki Walburn. Annie the Musical will play on April 27th, 28th and 29th.  The Bruin Fine Arts Department have gleefully graced their 100th theatrical production with a real-life furry friend playing the part of Annie’s dog companion, Sandy, played by […]

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Grad Sings, Dances, Opens Academy

Rileigh McCoy Features Editor Andy Planck is a graduate from Northrop High School who has gone on to graduate from Ball State in 2005. Planck is a true picture of success, as he was involved in many things during his time at Northrop and after.   During his time at Northrop, Planck was a four […]

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‘Sentimental’ Iowa hits main stage Thursday

Rileigh McCoy Features Editor Northrop Theater presents Leaving Iowa on February 11 and 12 at 7p.m. Tickets are $5 with a second ticket for free with a student ID. Leaving Iowa is a comedy about family road trips. Don Browning, a middle-aged writer, returns home and decides to finally spread his father’s ashes at his […]

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Humble Track Star Stephens Involved at Northrop

Zach Piatt Sports Editor Bijay Stephens is one of the most popular students here at Northrop High School. He’s a smart, hard working senior who is a friend of all and is best known for being the captain of the Bruins’ track team. “Bijay is one of a kind,” said senior McKayla Anderson. Stephens has […]

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Arsenic and Old Lace Opens Tonight, Tomorrow at 7

Photos by Emily Johnson Staff Writer

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Show Choirs perform at Bluffton Street Fair

Photos by Martha Magofna Opinions Editor and Mikayla Kahlenbeck Bear Tracks Staff Northrop Show Choirs performed in their first fall competition at the Bluffton Street Fair on September 24, with Charisma receiving 2nd place.

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Miller Names Cast for Fall Play

Melissa Kizer Features Editor The cast for this year’s fall play, Flowers for Algernon has been announced with the role of Charlie Gordon going to Senior Caleb Curtis.  “Auditions went very well.  It has been what I expected.  People read very well and I am pleasantly pleased with the talent I have seen.   It […]

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Big Orange Pride warms up Swinney Park

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