The Day of the Dead, a Mexican holiday, is celebrated on November 1. It is a day to remember those who have passed, including loved ones and family members. It is known as a celebration of life. In Columbus, a festival for Day of the Dead will be held Nov.
The gymnastic team will face the Seymour Owls at home on Tuesday, Feb. 2. “I just expect to compete beam and do the best I can!” senior Chloe Jorgensen said. “I know all my teammates have been working hard and Seymour will be another team to watch for.” Jorgensen explained
The time is here: the rush for dresses, finding the perfect suit, making dinner reservations, and of course, finding the perfect date. All of these stressful accommodations assisted with the annual Columbus North formal. Students hurried to make sure everything is perfect for this semi formal dance. The formal took
Saturday, Jan. 30 is the ISSMA District Solo & Ensemble competition for instrumental performance. “Competing at ISSMA is actually really fun. It’s really fun to choose the songs and practice them until you get really good,” senior Johanna Anderson said. This is not Anderson’s first shot at ISSMA. “I’ve competed
Gymnastics will face off against Bloomington South at their first home meet on Thursday, Jan. 28. The gymnasts seek to continue their winning streak after a 109.000-96.750 win against New Palestine last week. Freshman Tova Edwards looks forward to the upcoming meet. She hopes to improve in all areas, including
Senior Seth Sharpe will host a student and community panel discussion tonight, Jan. 26, about reducing the stigma in the community surrounding mental illness. “I’ve always wanted to help people, but blood makes me sick, so being a doctor was not an option. But, I have always liked to listen