Sayonara! Adiós! Au revoir! Columbus North is getting ready to say good-bye to the bushes dividing the student parking lot from the teacher and visitor parking lot. The reason?
“The bushes are a problem because I drive myself, and a lot of times when you’re pulling
Recently, several students from Madame Newlin’s French class created a French club.
“We came up with idea of French Club when Madame [Newlin] suggested that we do something for National French Week,” sophomore Kidist Tewolde said.
Tewolde also explained the purpose of French Club.
“We socialize. We
Flu season and “real” fall weather have all arrived at Columbus North, but October has brought with it another major time of the school year: Indiana Math League season. On Tuesday, October 17, 216 students from Columbus North participated in the first round of the
One mistake. Just one mistake can redefine life: a prison cell and never-ending regret. Business teacher Scott Seavers has been inviting inmates to come speak to his Business Law and Ethics students for over twenty years.
“They can bring an aspect to a topic or situation
September 11, 2001, began as an ordinary day, but it soon became one of the most remembered days in American history in which a terrorist attack left almost three thousand people dead. On that day, terrorist groups hijacked four planes. Two hit the twin towers