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On Hiatus for the Summer

The new school year starts with some big changes and a new redesign for our website. Hopefully this will make the site easier to navigate with smart phones.

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7 Ways to Prepare for Finals

Melissa Trevino Marisol Sanchez Staff Reporters If you have any problems with studying or stressing out about finals, here are seven ways you can take to prepare yourself for the stressful road ahead. Get rid of stress: Go out! Have a calm and relaxing day to get rid of the thoughts that are causing you […]

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Bakle, Starnes, Books, Keating to Continue Athletic Careers

Zach Piatt Sports Editor Four Northrop seniors signed their letter of intent to continue their athletic career yesterday afternoon on National Signing Day. Robbie Bakle will play soccer at Ohio Northern. Dustin Starnes will run cross country and track at IUPUI. Joey Books will continue his football career at Marian. Ben Keating will play baseball […]

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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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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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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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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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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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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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Who Spends More Time on Technology: Teens or Adults?

Darrien Rittner Staff Reporter Who uses their technology more these days? Is it the Teen or the Adult?

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