Tag Archives: BOP

Big power found in small tower

Bailey Claar Staff Writer H-hall is where to find some of the most talented musicians and performers in the entire city. Some are in band, others are in choir. A few of them do both, but only one is Head Field Commander as well as a four year member of show choir at Northrop. This is […]

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Big Orange Pride warms up Swinney Park

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3R Eve: BOP marches through neighborhood

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BOP Family: Trumpets

By Amelia Morgan Staff reporter One of the tightest groups in the band are the trumpets. This lovely bunch of coconuts is extremely loud and proud of what they do. They are so much fun to be around, and they are very welcoming. The trumpets have a more outgoing personalitiles than other sections in the […]

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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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Caleb Novell: A Star in the Making

By Bianca Humbarger Editor-in-Chief and Nontae Aung Staff Writer

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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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USF Welcomes The Big Orange Pride

Rachel Haywood Managing Editor At the first home game of the season, the University of Saint Francis Cougars (#2) defeated the Saint Ambrose University Fighting Bees (#7) 38 to 37. Their record is now 2-0. What made this college football game special for Northrop is that USF invited the BOP to perform in their halftime […]

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Drumline defines family

Amelia Morgan Staff Reporter The percussion section is a family. They all grow stronger together, learn together, compete together, inspire and encourage each other, and are determined to improve skills every single day. As a family, they also have their moments, whether those moments be good or bad, they have them and get through them […]

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Big Orange Pride Dominates Dekalb

By: Rachel Haywood Managing Editor Check out this story by Rachel http://storify.com/rachelhaywood/class-a-champions-at-dekalb-invitational

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