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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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Allure, Charisma finish eighth in state

By Bianca Humbarger Editor-in-Chief On March 22, Allure and Charisma competed at the ISSMA State finals. Both groups performed exceptionally well against the top groups in Indiana. Allure placed 8th in the Large Women’s Division, this ranks them 8th in State of Indiana. Qualifying for State this year was a big accomplishment for Allure, last year […]

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2013 Holiday Show Recap

By Christina Cephus Chief Reporter This year’s Holiday Show brought various performances from talented students and staff, earning cheers and support from the crowd. Each act brought something different, yet entertaining to the show, which made for an exciting and enjoyable final day of school before Christmas Break. Acts in order of appearance: Charisma’s performance; 1:23 – […]

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What type of music do you like?

By Nontae Aung Staff Writer Music is heard through many ears all around the world. It doesn’t matter who you are or how old you are, music will live on from generation to generation. Vote what genre you love listening to! Let’s see the results!

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Semiformal rocks Commons

By Melissa Kizer Staff Reporter Northrop celebrated Semi-Formal on Saturday in the commons.  Everyone was dressed very nicely with guy in tuxes and ties and girls in beautiful dresses.   Everyone seemed to dance their heart out on the dance floor, showing off moves and see who is the better dancer.  There was a couple dance […]

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Juggalos, juggalettes a gang? No way!

By Deb “The Apocalypse” Brand Staff Writer A lot of people believe us Juggalos and Juggalettes to be a part of some kind of gang, so allow me to clear things up for you. We are a family. Not a gang. We hang together, we live together and we love together. I get so sick […]

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Dimmu Borgir vs. Immortal

By Deborah “The Apocalypse” Brand Staff Writer In the world of underground metal there’s always the debate of who the best bands are and without a doubt there are many of them but in this case the two best come down to Norwegian Black Metal bands Dimmu Borgir and Immortal. Immortal has the speed and […]

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BOP season ends at Semi-State

By Rachel Haywood Managing Editor The Big Orange Pride of the 2013/2014 school year performed their show “Crossroads” for the final time on Saturday at the Semi State competition in Indianapolis at Ben Davis High School. Ten out of the 20 schools from this section of the Semi-State Finals will move on to the State […]

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BOP Makes Semi-State

By Rachel Haywood Managing Editor The high school band “classes” were divided among four locations for the Regional competition on Saturday. Chesterton High School hosted half of Classes A and C. The other halves were hosted elsewhere, while Classes B and D were also split between two locations. Each band receives a rating after their […]

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Country Fest rocks Parkview Field

Melissa Kizer Staff Reporter Katie Armiger and Country Fest 2013 gave Parkview Field its largest audience Saturday with 13, 000 people attending. The set up, which featured Charlie Worsham, Love and Theft, Craig Morgan and Gary Allan, was absolutely amazing and the artists were awesome. Bill Gentry was to open the concert, but his bus broke down […]

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