Sleeping in, staying at home, having no teachers, and doing work at your own pace whenever you want seems like the perfect way to keep up with school work instead of making up days during the summer when going to school is not possible. Bartholomew County has an e-Learning day
Whether they’ve become multilingual from their families, because of their backgrounds, or just for fun, speaking a second language is second nature for many students at North. Sophomore Ayame Tsutsui moved to the United States from Japan last year, but she had been learning English in her home country for
Starting a business may sound like a job reserved for adults in business attire, but sophomore Taylor Klingler has already started her own award-winning business: Bull Dog Deals. “It’s an app tailored to Columbus North High students. Basically, you can get free or discounted food from local restaurants,” Klingler said.
For many North students passionate about the performing arts, the beginning of the year is an exciting time. Every new year always kicks off with the Indiana State School Music Association Solo and Ensemble competition, which many students enrolled in band and choir classes participate in. The competition is open
FDA has recently approved a pill that contains a sensor to digitally track if patients have taken their medication. Abilify MyCite is approved for the treatment of episodes of bipolar disorder, Schizophrenia, and depression in adults. According to the FDA, “The system works by sending a message from the pill’s
Christmas season brings with it snow, gifts, joy, and finals. With break right around the corner, students are rushing to study for semester tests and finish projects. “There is a whole semester of work to for, so nearing a test date, I’ll become more stressed out,” Senior Sam Lamba said.