While sleep isn’t an exact science, it is commonly known that sleep is essential for a person’s health, according to the American Psychological Association. However, even though this fact is commonplace, millions of people are not getting enough sleep and suffering from the consequences. There
Our high school experience is a story remembered for a lifetime. Like many stories, there are different chapters or parts of life that you experience. For some a chapter may be a club or group, but for Senior Sam Genter a chapter is a sport.
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
Senior projects are a requirement to graduate so seniors have been working to come up with ideas and implement them. Senior Maddy Neal has chosen to continue the Thanksgiving race to benefit Love Chapel.
“This is the third year for the 5K on Turkey Day," Neal
Black Lives Matter is an organization that was created in 2012 after the death of Trayvon Martin. Martin was a 17-year-old boy who was put on trial for his own murder after he was shot to death in a Sanford, Florida neighborhood (blacklivesmatter.com). Throughout the
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This time last year, the volleyball team was in the same boat; we’re out in the first round of sectionals. What someone outside the team might not know is the difference between this year and last year.
We did a lot of things the same, but
On Sept. 24 at 6:00 a.m, the Columbus North Varsity Volleyball Teams set off to participate in the Muncie Central Volleyball Invitational. They are set to compete against schools such as Muncie Central, Elkhart Memorial and Wapahani High School. The coaches have been pushing the
After a summer full of early morning conditioning and late night practices, the volleyball team is ready to kick off the season with a home match against Shelbyville, on Aug. 18 at 6:00 p.m.
“Everyday we are practicing. Everyday we are working on things to correct,”