"Our Town" is a comedic tragedy that struggles to find its footing. At multiple points in the play, I questioned whether I was supposed to laugh or cry. The first two acts were very bland and boring; they didn't stand out as much as the
Recently North construction classes partnered with Busy Bee’s to make a staircase that preschool students with disabilities could use to practice walking to rehabilitate them. “It took around three weeks to build,” junior Devin Wilson said. The class wanted to paint it nicely for the preschool kids. “I
CNHS is home to artistic talents such as those of junior Breanna Walker. Her medium is ink and colored pencils that she uses to portray her "unique style", as said by junior Mackenzie Kleinhenz. "I was just one of those kids that wanted to be creative,"
North has been featured in multiple news stories in both The Columbus Republic and The Indianapolis Star, about the recent harassment occurring due to the 2016 Presidential elections. These have been commonly linked to alumnus Vice President-Elect Mike Pence. Several teachers have reported some students
As the holiday comes along and everything gets busy, so do student assembly members. For these coming months they are busy planning a can drive to feed those who go without meal for the holiday, a Veteran’s Day celebration and High School Heroes. For Veterans Day the
It's that time of year again. Stores are filling up with plenty of Christmas ornaments and decorations that you can purchase to your heart's content. Black Friday is steadily approaching, bringing all sorts of deals to all sorts of stores. Usually a couple days after
Freshman ladies are prepping for their game against Mooresville this year. Freshman Chelsi Giesige shares what is different about high school sports. "There are more practices and everything is faster paced," Giesige said. The upperclassmen have been helping their new players adjust and improve their game level. "I
1. “Anything Goes” This Sunday Columbus East drama students will be presenting “Anything Goes” at the Columbus East Auditorium. The show begins at 2:30 p.m. and ends at 4:30 p.m. The cost for the show is $8. 2. Veterans Day Tomorrow from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00