Tomorrow is Columbus North’s annual choir concert. Everyone is very excited for what they have planned this year.
“I am most excited about dancing to All I Want For Christmas,” says sophomore Allison Debolt.
Although this is a wonderful time full of cheer, there is one troubling
With the season coming to an end The Sound of North marching band celebrated with their annual pasta dinner and senior parent run-through on November 8, 2017.
“It’s an event to end our season. It’s mostly for seniors and their parents. We have a pasta
Sports nutrition and preparing for college and careers teacher, Amanda Godwin, did a miniature project with her third period PCC class to teach them more about communication. Inside this project, students got in groups of four to five, maybe more, and created a human robot.
Everyone knows the infamous Holly Anderson, 2016 girls golf state champ. Some would do well to remember her sister, Sydney Anderson. Those that know both, surely know Annie Anderson. Following two division one golfers could be tough, but Annie does it with as much grace
Columbus is hosting a race on September 23, 2017 to raise money for various charities. By hosting this race, Columbus is donating almost 300,000 dollars to organizations across the globe. Unfortunately, IHSAA prohibits their cross country runners from competing in any recreational race, during season,
2017’s newest movie, The Glass Castle, could be considered a big deal at CNHS. Incoming sophomores in accelerated english are required to read The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls over the summer, along with Hermann Hesse’s Siddhartha. Sophomore Bree Gayman tried to spread the word about