Music to ears, pleasure for eyes

LEAH HILLIER, Reporter

January 3, 2020

 Art and music go hand and hand, Ellie Evans and Max Henkel’s collaboration brought the two together. The musical piece, created by Henkel called “The Forest” was “derived from all of [his] walks in the woods.” The art,...

Music Man musical makes its North Harford debut.

Marissa Altenburg, Reporter

January 3, 2020

  The premier of the North Harford High School fall musical The Music Man showed on Dec. 6 and 7. The male lead Harold Hill was filled by senior Max Henkel and the female lead, Marian Paroo was performed by sophomore Gabby Sp...

Lights, Camera, Renovation! Jared Doe takes on The State Theater of Havre de Grace

MADISON FETHERSTON, Reporter

January 3, 2020

  Originally known as The Bijou Dream Motion Picture Parlor in the early twentieth century, the theater currently undergoes restoration with the goal to present the public with a wide variety of entertainment. Having been home...

Alumnus starts electrical engineer career

CAITLYN ALLEN, news editor

January 3, 2020

 Alumnus Phil Pawlukovich graduated from UMBC to become an electrical engineer at Textron Unmanned Systems.       According to Pawlukovich, electrical engineering is a very broad field that touches about every area of our...

Former NH students become freshmen again

Grace Feldbush, Reporter

January 3, 2020

  Former NH students and members of Cry of the Hawk staff, Lauren Palmieri and Lizzie Catrambone are getting a whiff of what it’s like to be a freshman all over again, but now, in college.        Palmieri, a freshman at Susquehann...

Bouncing back with determination

Hannah Krizek, op/ed editor

January 3, 2020

Jess Schrof, senior  After Schrof  tore her ACL playing lacrosse, she continued striving for her goals, having that push to get where she wanted, and working as hard as she could to get on the playing field again. Schrof...

Choir sings at soup kitchen; Giving this holiday season

Caitlyn Allen, news editor

January 3, 2020

The NHHS acapella members went to the Mason Dixon soup kitchen on Thursday, Nov. 21 to help give something to others this holiday season.       The choir helped the soup kitchen itself by bringing a bunch of canned foo...

Q/A Wenke Green;

Rachel Keeney, H/S Editor

January 3, 2020

Where do you volunteer? Adopt a Homeless Animal rescue (AAHA), we pull dogs from death row at shelters all over Maryland but have focused on pulling pitties from PG county in the past 2 years since they are banned there s...

Toys for Tots Did you know?

EMILY GREEN, Video Editor

January 3, 2020

 The Marine Toys for Tots Foundation is an IRS recognized not-for-profit public charity that was created by the U. S. Marine Corps in 1991. The Foundation raises funds, purchases toys, provides promotional and support materia...

Meditation: Leading to healthier lifestyle

KENDALL SCHUBERT, Business Manager

January 3, 2020

  Yoga. Breathing, meditating. A bunch of people sitting on the floor with their legs crossed humming to the soft music. But it’s much more than just sitting and breathing.       “The purpose of yoga is to build...

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