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Labels matter more than they should

Christian Dixie Staff Writer Judging someone’s personality can be almost as bad as judging them by their outside appearance. You may not know what they go through in their personal life, but there are people in this world that don’t care what you go through. “I look to a day when people will not be […]

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Unbearably Honest-The Curfew

By Darrien Rittner What does the Northrop family think about the curfew enforcement by the Fort Wayne Police Department.

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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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‘Captain America: Civil War’ sets superhero standard

Antonio Gamez Co-Editor in Chief The superhero genre has started to explode since the success of The Avengers, despite some missteps being made along the way. Captain America: Civil War has set the standard for what is to come in the future, in most practical and satisfying way possible. After the events of Avengers: Age […]

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Poptropica App Review

Gabriel Schmoekel and Sydney Hamiliton Staff Writers During our Middle School years, only one thing would keep us happy. In between all of the goth phases, blue eye shadow, and Silly Bands, and all the pre-algebra and boring library visits, this thing was the only “educational” tool for our teachers, in hopes of  keeping us rowdy […]

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We Are: UNBEARABLY HONEST

Levi George, Emily Johnson, Sydnee Marqueling Staff Reporters Northrop Reviews has sadly come to an end. But that doesn’t mean we as a newspaper have slowed down. We are Unbearably Honest and we have no intention of slowing down our productions. Our Multi-Media section asked our fellow sections what they thought of our sudden but […]

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Batman V. Superman: Long Wait for Satisfying Payoff

Antonio Gamez Co-Editor in Chief Someone took their sweet time to make Batman V. Superman. Literally. The idea had spun in circles ever since the early 2000s, but with Man of Steel’s moderate success, Warner Bros. decided we needed a Batman to be in this universe. Does it all work out? Ask yourself this: Are […]

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Representing the Candidates with Style

Gabriel Schmoekel Staff Writer So, I know NOTHING about politics. Except that Drumpf is a pain in my Rump and I want to feel the Bern. If I’m being completely honest I have no clue what either of those sayings mean. But I do know fashion! So instead of explaining EXTREMELY boring politics about water […]

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5 Convenient Breakfast Foods

Andrew Fisher Staff Writer Breakfast is essential. It’s what starts your day and provides you energy. Breakfast provides food until lunch and helps get you through school. Convenience is a key to a student in the morning for breakfast. It’s important that you eat before school and here are the five best breakfast foods based […]

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Gotham Freezes Over

Lexi Crebb Staff Reporter The second half of the second season of Gotham has finally arrived. Wrath of the Villains introduces new and old faces and tells an ever-evolving storyline. Season 2, “Rise of the Villains”, ended with the death of Mayor Theo Galavan by the Penguin and Jim Gordon, our main protagonist. Many secrets […]

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