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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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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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Northrop Dresses for Halloween

Martha Magofna and Amanda Newby Opinions Editor and Staff Writer It’s that time of year again! Northrop students who donated $1 participated in Costume Day for the 2015-16 school year. All proceeds will go to the Honor Flight Program, which helps send veterans from WWII, Korea, and Vietnam, to Washington D.C.

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Stephens, Jones Named King, Queen

Bailey Claar and Isabella Rhodes Staff Writers Seniors Bijay Stephens and Savannah Jones were named Homecoming King and Queen for 2015. This year, Northrop greets a new group of nominees for the 2015 Homecoming Court. The roster is very diverse, consisting of dancers, basketball players, tailgate leaders and volleyball players, among others. The Freshman Nominees […]

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Library Receives 200 New Books

Becca Scribiner Staff Writer The Media Center added 200 books to their shelves this year, including several popular teen series. One series is called Rosie Books, in which the books come from inexperienced authors from around the country. Many not much older than high school students. The first book, Pretty Girl-13 by Liz Coley, is about […]

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Summer Camps Benefit Staff Editors

Rachel Haywood Editor in Chief Prior to the beginning of the school year, several sophomores and juniors from the What’s Bruin? staff attended Ball State University’s Summer Media Academy Journalism Workshop.  During the week long summer camp, students learned about high school journalism, how to produce the best work, and how to manage the best […]

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