Since 1976, every American president has designated February as Black History Month and endorsed a specific theme. Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of blacks in U.S. history. The association for the study of African American
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 of us ice skating is something we do once a year if that but, for sophomore Aysa Streeval it is a daily activity. She spends a lot of her time outside of school at Hamilton Ice Rink doing what she loves. “I am at the rink every day
On Wednesday Feb. 21 students had the opportunity to listen to Special Olympics advocate, Andrew Peterson. Peterson, who was brought to by IHSAA, spoke about the troubles he had faced in his life both growing up and in the work place. “It’s one thing to listen to me talk about
With spring break a couple weeks from now, everyone is talking about snow days and two-hour delays. Yet, while sleeping in and staying at home all day seems great, the idea of going to school during the spring to make up the lost days is not very inviting. Because of
Junior Isabella Seavers has been on prom committee for two years. North, East, and CSA students come together to put on the annual prom. “This year, we changed the way we chose the theme for prom,” Seavers said. In past years, advisors would choose a couple of prom themes and