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.
On November 9, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources sold almost 300 acres of land in Yellowwood State Forest to Hamilton Logging Inc. The logging company paid $108,785 not only for the property, but also for the right to cut down 1,733 trees in the area. After hearing about this
The Columbus Philharmonic will be presenting “Home for the Holidays”, featuring Marja Harmon. Performances will be at 3 and 7:30 p.m., with the 3 p.m. show designed for families with children. All shows will take place on Saturday at Columbus North High School. Starlighters Big Band will be preforming Saturday Dec. 9th.
Tomorrow is Columbus North’s annual choir concert. Everyone is very excited for what they have planned this year. “I am most excited about dancing to All I Want For Christmas,” says sophomore Allison Debolt. Although this is a wonderful time full of cheer, there is one troubling thought going through
Sayonara! Adiós! Au revoir! Columbus North is getting ready to say good-bye to the bushes dividing the student parking lot from the teacher and visitor parking lot. The reason? “The bushes are a problem because I drive myself, and a lot of times when you’re pulling out of the school
Stickers, colored pens aplenty, and perfectly written in planners are out and visible for the first meeting of the Planner’s club. Resource teacher Sonja Wilson, the club sponsor, was approached by students interested in starting the club. “I had two students approach me about starting a club and actually even
While sleep isn’t an exact science, it is commonly known that sleep is essential for a person’s health, according to the American Psychological Association. However, even though this fact is commonplace, millions of people are not getting enough sleep and suffering from the consequences. There isn’t a definite guideline for
There is a language course for German, Spanish, French, Japanese and Chinese, but a language that was not found at North until recently is American Sign Language. It is not a course that is being provided, but rather a club. The ASL club is the result of a student’s senior
Q. Where did you move from? A. I moved from Charleston, South Carolina. Q. Why did you move to Columbus? A. All of my friends and family live around here. Q. Have you made many friends? A. I have made many friends; people are very friendly. Q. What’s your favorite
I speed walk to class, passing and cutting people off just so I won’t be late. I constantly look down at my phone, checking the time to make sure I get there when the bell rings. Six minutes to get from class to class is not enough. With the school