Surviving allergy season

Garrett Sturgill, Reporter

June 5, 2018

Filed under Health and Science, Showcase

Allergy season is here and it’s hitting a lot of people harder than normal. According to local reports, there has been a high count of pollen, causing those who are hypersensitive to have a wide range of reactions. “My...

Health corner – kicking donor kidneys to curb

EMMIE CATRAMBONE, Reporter

May 15, 2018

Filed under Health and Science, Sports

The kidney is a very important bodily organ, as it removes toxins from the bloodstream and helps to extract waste from the body.  Without kidneys, a person can survive only for a few days to a few weeks - after that, they will...

Digital shift: 3-D printing makes medical magic possible

Kelly Harkins, Production Manager

January 4, 2016

Filed under Health and Science, Showcase

Taking the medical field by storm, 3D bone printing has been progressing rapidly as it advances into the animal testing stages of the project. According to 3ders.org, researchers in China have been using the 3D printer to pri...

New Companion app makes sure user never walks home alone

Katie Grafton, Reporter

November 3, 2015

Filed under Health and Science, Showcase

    KATIE GRAFTON IDR Editor      Many people will have to walk home or to their car alone at night at least once in their lives. The new Companion app makes sure that their users will never have t...

Teachers trade blackboard for yoga-mat

March 20, 2015

Filed under Health and Science

EMMA BECK Production Manager          Most clubs and organizations at North Harford are thought to only cater to students. This however is not the case with North Harford’s very own staff yoga class. The cl...

Siegel’s aquaculture goes swimmingly

Isabel Bridges, Reporter

February 24, 2015

Filed under Health and Science

During a magnet student’s senior year, they have to complete a Capstone project. Many students work out of school on their projects with professional mentors. Senior Evan Siegel is conducting his project a little differently...

Breakfast challenge contests students’ lyric knowledge; new lines available

ALEXIS LYTTLE, Op/Ed Editor

December 22, 2014

Filed under Health and Science

North Harford’s cafeteria staff is challenging YOU, North Harford, to a showdown. Where? The cafeteria. When? At breakfast. The question is: who knows the line? Starting on November 1, the cafeteria has been challenging...

Workout of the month: Thanksgiving edition

Jenna Damron, Business Manager

November 17, 2014

Filed under Health and Science

Thanksgiving is coming just around the corner. A lot of people can’t wait to dig into the plump turkey and juicy cranberry sauce. But the aftermath of being stuffed with stuffing isn’t as fun as the eating, eating, and...

Apple release is “Bigger than bigger”

Jenna Damron, Business Manager

November 17, 2014

Filed under Health and Science

September 6, 2014, was the day the Apple world changed - again. The new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus hit the markets and outperformed expectations. “iPhone 6 isn’t simply bigger — it’s better in every way,” states...

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