According to Lehigh University, book censorship has existed since the time of Socrates in 399 B.C. Even now books go under scrutiny for having violent themes, sexual themes, or profanity. Many books go under serious challenge by groups of people in efforts to remove them.
At Columbus Learning Center on Oct. 21, the Transition Fair came. Juniors and seniors of the guided resources and special ed went to Ivy Tech for teacher and business runners to explain the importance of jobs and work ethic. The representers would explain what their
After weeks of designing, cardboard cutting and duct-taping; the hardwork of our physics students was once again put to the test when boats were raced on Sept. 27. Paddles flailed and water splashed as the students took part in the long living CNHS tradition. However, it
As students arrive at school and begin to walk to class on Friday morning, a relatively new sight greets them. A recycling bin from each class has been set outside the door, waiting to be emptied by a member of the new Environmental Club. Junior
This Wednesday, the members of North Stars will put on their purple sequined dresses and wait in anticipation to perform in their first school concert of the year. Jazz, Festival chorus, North Stars, Concert Choir and Debs and Music Men will all be performing in
Sitting in the back of the movie theater, anticipation spreads across everyone's face. As the preview ends everyone is at the edge of their seat waiting to be scared. As the movie starts, the theater goes pitch black, the recovered footage pops up on the
The Culver Invite is Sept. 24, in Culver at 8:30 a.m. This is no ordinary meet for the Columbus North cross country team.
“The Culver meet is really awesome because it’s like a little cross country homecoming," sophomore Emma Lawson said.
Lawson went on to explain that