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
The original Clarion Hotel was built 53 years ago and at the time was the largest hotel in Columbus. It is now being rebuilt as a medical research center for Columbus Regional Health. The closing of the Clarion Hotel came as a surprise to the
Window to Columbus
A small exhibit about innovation and design in Columbus. Window to Columbus was designed by Formafantasma as part of Exhibit Columbus’ Washington Street Installations. The Exhibit opens Feb. 1 and will remain up till Feb. 28
Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser Event
According to the CDC, an average of 115 Americans die everyday from opioid overdose. That is approximately 42,000 deaths on average per year in America. One county in particular is taking a step to fight back with this epidemic, Jennings County. The Jennings County Commissioners
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
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