As finals week comes to a close, it is time for the crosstown rivalry to renew. The girls game tipped off against East on Thursday, Dec. 15, and ended with a score of 58-43 in favor of the Bull Dogs. “Playing East is always really fun because of the cross
Gilmore Girls has returned and definitely for a good reason. Netflix has recently made a huge comeback with a lot of shows, Fuller House, Arrested development and Black Mirror. Most people did not know what to do with themselves when Netflix made this big of a comeback with these shows.
According to Mayo Clinic, exercise increases your overall health and your sense of well-being, which puts more pep in your step every day. But exercise also has some direct stress-busting benefits. It pumps up your endorphins. Physical activity helps to bump up the production of your brain’s feel-good neurotransmitters, called endorphins. With finals
The men’s basketball team had a great weekend with two victories over Shelbyville High School and Martinsville High School. On Friday, the win over the Shelbyville Bears was won in overtime while Saturday’s game was an easier victory over the Martinsville Artesians. A key player of both games was senior
On Saturday, Dec. 10, they will be hosting their own wrestling invitational starting at 9:00 a.m. in the North gymnasium. “The season has been very good this year,” Sophomore Falesha Ronsheim said. “It is my first season on the team and it is going very well and very smooth.” Ronsheim
The older you get, the more you realize how important sleep is. Sleep plays an important role in our physical and mental healths. According to KQED, an average teenager is supposed to have eight to nine hours of sleep. In most cases, students aren’t even close to getting enough sleep.
A fire broke out early Dec. 5, due to a light malfunction in the auditorium. The fire caused students to evacuate for 15 minutes and for a complete hall shutdown in to second period. The smoke damage from the fire will affect performances and concerts until late January. Most immediately
On Saturday Dec. 3, the annual Festival of Lights Parade took place in downtown Columbus. The Sound of North performed in the parade, along with multiple other organizations. Sophomore Mitchell Henry marched with the band. “I played the mellophone in the parade,” Henry said. The band performed the famous Christmas
After countless football games, competitions and bus rides, the Sound of North’s season officially comes to a close, leaving freshman marchers wondering what to do with their newly found free time. However for Sound of North seniors, this not only marks the end of the season, but the end of