As she pulls into her driveway after a long day, she sees him standing under the light of her front porch. He has a big poster in his arms and a beautiful bouquet of roses in his hands. She gets out of the car and
As spring approaches, people all around town are looking for ways to get outside and enjoy nature. Sophomore Kate Riordan enjoys going hiking once the weather warms up.
“I’ve hiked a few times in Columbus and Brown County,” Riordan said. “It’s a good way to exercise
The BCSC foreign exchange program is a unique experience for the exchange student, host family, and the city as a whole. Junior Ugne Pukaite was born in Vilnius, Lithuania and is spending a year in Columbus. Her experience has been excellent, even with the obvious chance
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
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
For students not apart of the North choir department, it is hard to know what choir is really about. Senior Maria Sanchez is able to share the inside scoop on choir. She gave us five things that most people wouldn’t know about choir.
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