Junior Hunter Moore has been qualified to compete in the national gymnastics competition for the first time ever. The competition will be held in Dallas, Texas on May 7th of this year. Only two people on her gymnastics team qualified for nationals, Moore being one of them.
1:30 a.m. The roads are quiet. Everyone is sleeping. She is just waking up. Maggie Crane, broadcast news reporter for KMOV News Channel 4, rolls out of bed just like any other typical beginning to her work day. She showers, brushes her teeth, and eats breakfast. But this was not at all what [...]
For 2003 North graduate Curtis Wilcoxen, his dream as a music producer has been like ‘fate’ as his mother Marlene Wilcoxen describes. To her, fate is the Spectra project where Curtis first produced songs and his brother finding an article leading to Flashpoint Media Academy. “I actually just stumbled onto Flashpoint,” Curtis said. “My [...]
Passion is what gets former 1993 graduate Matt Szarwinski through his job every day. Passion, that is, for science. Matt had this passion even while he was a student here at North where he found that he was interested in biology and science after one teacher inspired him to take the steps into the biology [...]
His parents always knew he had potential. The fact that he was Valedictorian (a title no longer awarded at North) of his 2003 high school graduating class certainly supported this conclusion. Now, in his third year at Washington University, Larry Page is further proving his parents right -and looking to prove things of his own. [...]
Seven years ago, John Lindmeier was just an average senior at FHN: taking several honors classes, active in sports, and heavily into videogames. But the plans John made for himself after high school did not exactly follow the path he truly went down four years later. “I think originally what attracted me to Japan [...]