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Northrop Star Athlete Ready to Travel World

Zach Piatt Sports Editor If you go to Northrop High School, you’ve probably heard the name Skyler Myers. There’s a reason for that. Few students are more involved than Skyler, as she is a star on the volleyball team, captain of the softball team, and a part of many other activities. One of these activities […]

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Plan your Spring Break for maximum fun

Camry Thomas Co-Editor in Chief March is coming to an end, and that means we are a week closer to spring break. There is definitely a hype over spring break during the high school years, and how to have a great one. Here you’ll find ways on how to have the best spring break ever. How […]

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‘For Honor’ good, but not great

Darrien Rittner-Pendergraph Staff Writer For Honor is a fighting game made by Ubisoft, a company popular for making games like Assassin’s Creed. When you start the game you get the choice of joining one of three factions. You may join the Vikings, Knights, or Samurai. Each faction has a hero though you can play as […]

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Meditation, Video Games Reduce Stress

  Christian Dixie Staff Reporter Whether it’s school, work, or home, or the everyday activities in your life, stress can be an overwhelming part of life. There are several ways to relieve stress so you can have an easier time taking on everything life throws at you, positive and negative. Here are five ways to […]

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‘Senioritis’ educates student on tough truths

Kaley Walhart Staff Writer  I never thought ‘senioritis’ was a legitimate thing with seniors. Boy, was I wrong! I have  never wanted to be done with high school as much as I do in this moment. Why keep trying when I have already been accepted into college? Why keep trying when I have more than […]

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How to Survive a Rough Week

Melissa Trevino Marisol Sanchez Staff Writers                                                                                Keep your locker organized. Clean up your locker at least once every two weeks and put your next period folder in a place that makes […]

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Should Bullying Be a Felony?

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Trans student immersed in Northrop

Amanda Newby Opinions Editor The man, the myth, the Fletchend. Even if you don’t know who Senior Fletcher York is, you still know who Fletcher York is. You may know him from Speech (which he joined his freshman year and is now captain of), Interact (which he’s the President of), Gay-Straight Alliance (where he’s the […]

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Madness to End With Boilers on Top

Zach Piatt Sports Editor Before anyone questions the title, yes, I’m talking about the Purdue Boilermakers, the Big Ten regular season champion Purdue Boilermakers, the four seed in the Midwest Purdue Boilermakers. And before anyone goes on a crazy rampage saying I don’t know anything about college basketball and calling me the dumbest person in […]

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Unbearably Honest: Northrop’s Hardest Classes.

Emily Johnson, Amanda Newby, Sydnee Marqueling. School can be stressful enough. Adding classes that can make you feel lost are the worst. We asked fellow students some of the classes they take that are the hardest for them.

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