Obama delivers speech filled with broken promises

February 24, 2015

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

According to cnn.com, 31.7 million US citizens tuned in to listen to President Obama’s chronic lies and broken promises on January 20. Obama delivered his 59 minute and 57 second State of the Union address before the entire...

Drowning in debt: tuition drains bank accounts

Katie Bemb, Editor-in-Chief

February 24, 2015

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

For many students at North Harford, college is already a focus. Some seniors may already know their college plans, some may be waiting for acceptances, some may not be planning on going at all.  Regardless of their plans, all...

K.Dules on the princess potty- mouth posse

December 22, 2014

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KATHERINE DULEY Niche editor- in- chief If little girls know that one out of five women will be a victim of rape and that statistic is unacceptable, then maybe it is time for something to be done. The Potty Mouth P...

Fight for rights to get what’s right

VIEWPOINT

December 22, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

As we near the holidays, the time of gratefulness and love, keep in mind how luxurious your life can be in the United States. Remember that you can walk out the door without fearing for your life 24/7. It seems to be something...

College Cliches

EMMA BECK, Production Manager

December 22, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Special shoutout to seniors: it’s that time of the year for the graduating class when acceptance and rejection letters are coming in. For those who applied to several schools, every day feels Russian roulette when you...

Traitorship taken to new level

Jenna Damron, Business Manager

November 17, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Three teenage girls decided to play hooky and not tell their parents. Only, this wasn’t an ordinary day of skipping school, unless flying to Turkey is considered a casual day. Assad Ibrahim got a call from his daughter’s...

Attacks on Watson are attacks on all women

Viewpoint

October 22, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

After a standing ovation for Emma Watson’s HeForShe speech at the United Nations, many misogynists did not fail to send out threats to the ambassador. However, they did not fail to create an uproar over the controversy. ...

“Carrying that weight” to carry less weight

Viewpoint

October 22, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Carrying a mattress across a college campus appears to be a plain task, but for Emma Sulkowicz, a Columbia University student it means the difference between keeping silent and letting her voice be heard. Sulkowicz became...

Coming together for Homecoming

Alli Helewicz, Columnist

October 22, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

One of the most exciting times of year is upon us, when the whole community comes together in an effort to spread school spirit. In the midst of every pep rally, football game, and school dance, homecoming season is just one of...

Focus on the turkey, not the Christmas lights

Beth Johnson, Columnist

October 22, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Ah, it’s that time of year again, the leaves are changing, football is in full swing, and everyone has their minds on the upcoming holidays. Unfortunately, they’re constantly forgetting the most heartfelt and important holiday...

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