The annual Student versus Faculty Game took place on Thursday, March 1 and the teachers took the win with a score of 72-64. Business teacher Scott Seavers played in the annual basketball game, along with fellow business teachers.
“Mr. Dunn and I are the ones
The Columbus North Lady Bull Dogs took on the Seymour Owls on Tuesday December 12. Senior Liz Tynan reflected on how the team performed as a whole.
“I think we played great team basketball. We built off how we played against East Central and kept
Having multiple ear piercings is all the rage currently, and with all of the different kinds of piercings available, they are frequently confused with one another. One of the most popular ear piercings is the tragus piercing; located on the outer piece of skin from
For certain students, competitive cheer is more than just a sport.The gym is their home and they share so many great memories with their teammates.
Junior Sierra Drysdale has been cheering competitively since she was nine years old. She has switched cheer teams several times, and
Walking into the theatre, my three friends and I pick the perfect viewing spot, right at the top and in the middle of the row. After sitting through what seems like a million previews, the lights finally dim and the opening scene of Passengers begins.
On Saturday Dec. 3, the annual Festival of Lights Parade took place in downtown Columbus. The Sound of North performed in the parade, along with multiple other organizations.
Sophomore Mitchell Henry marched with the band.
“I played the mellophone in the parade,” Henry said.
The Columbus North Women's basketball team played against Brownstown in the season's first scrimmage of the year on Tuesday.
"We played four varsity and one JV 12-minute running clock quarters. We won three varsity quarters and the JV quarter," junior Liz Tynan said.
Tynan explains how the
On Saturday, Sept. 3 the women’s volleyball team played in the North Central Invitational against three other Indiana schools. The girls went 2-1 in the tournament.
"As a team we tried to prepare by getting our energy up, but it was really early in the morning," senior
The CNHS Republicans club held their first meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 23. Senior Hannah Shoemaker among others attended the meeting.
“We talked about how we could get involved in the Republican community around Columbus," Shoemaker said. "I liked how safe it felt to say how I
Coach Louis Sipe elaborates on how the athletes have been preparing during winter conditioning for the upcoming track and field