by Keonna Durham
Parking permits were distributed this week. This year, unlike years before, they were given away for free. Remember no sophomores should be parking in the lots.
"I am happy I don't have to pay to park," senior Feleisha Stokes said. "I shouldn't have to,
by Alli Ziegler
Just as the school year begins, so does the first meeting of Student Assembly. On Thursday, Aug 26, Student Assembly held their first meeting of the year. The main topics that were discussed were Homecoming 2010, freshman introduction, and welcome back. "This year
by Regan Pedigo
On Aug. 23, the men's tennis team had their first home match.Â Starting the season off ranked 25th, they played Plainfield fifth in the State. Sophomore, Ernest Xi was very frustrated with the night.
"I knew I was going to lose, but really thought
by Laurel Wolfe
Tuesday, North's girls volleyball team competed against Bloomington North. The JV, varsity, and freshman teams all played. The game was held at Bloomington North and started at 5:30. Junior Kristen Clark, captain of the JV team gives her input on the game.
by Katie Kutsko
The defending state champion men's and women's cross country teams will have their first invitational this Saturday. The meet will begin at 10 a.m. and is at Rushville.
"I'm really looking foward to getting after it. Rushville invite is a great way to prepare
by Katee Holman
This Saturday the Men's and Women's soccer teams are playing East. They will be playing all afternoon with back to back games. The first game is at 2 p.m. The woman's JV team plays first followed by the men's JV team. At 6
by Haedyn Scgalski
Men's cross country was named No. 1 in the U.S after winning state in the fall of last year by Harrier Magazine. This is the first time the team has ever been No. 1, but they have come close before with No. 3
Freshman--pick one up today or click on The Triangle under the Publications tab
The first year of high school was a completely new experience for freshman Nick Keaton
by Heather Caplinger
As he counts down the remaining days of the school year, freshman Nick Keaton realizes it was not what he expected.
â€œThis year was better than I thought it would
As the clock ticks down to the end of his senior year, Lee Tompkins starts a new chapter by enlisting in the army
by Natalie Bush and Summer Fuller
These words were easily repeated after the Commander one February evening. With his right hand raised, senior Lee