Some love Valentine’s Day. Others loathe it. Whether they love the tradition of chocolate wish to create a separate holiday just for single people, students around North have something to say about their Valentine’s Day experience.
By Rachel Goodman Dave Ridenhower browses a Guitar Center magazine, looking for the next addition to his daughter, senior Zoe Ridenhower’s, band, Undecided. This would be one of many purchases he has already made. He searches for guitars, drumsticks and what he finds most expensive, amps. “ I’ve enjoyed being the provider or financial support on this [...]
On Jan. 5 Raven Robotics, the FHSD Robotics team, received their challenge for this season from FIRST Robotics, the organization that sponsors robotics competitions nationally. 12 FHN students are on the team along with 30 other FHSD students and 10 sponsors. Raven Robotics must build a robot that efficiently shoots frisbee disks into a goal then climbs a tower. The [...]
He’s cocky, but he’s sweet. He doesn’t kick or bite, but he’s lazy and has an attitude. To put it short: he’s sassy. But junior Maddie Nagel doesn’t know it yet. She doesn’t see the first horse she’ll ever fall off of, the horse that will lead her to successive horse show victories, or the horse that will become a part [...]
Murphy, a Shih Tzu, age six, sits on the steps in the front hall of the Tecklenburg house. This is where he spends a large amount of time during the weekdays. He is alert, watching the cars go by and barking at them as they pass. But more importantly, he is perched there because he is waiting. Murphy is waiting [...]
The mantra of “a dog is a man’s best friend” seems to be proven true for all types of animals time and time again either through personal experiences or studies done by various universities or veterinarians nationwide. Amongst providing companionship and a feeling of need, owning a pet can aid in the social, behavioral, emotional and physical aspects of lives of [...]
Three months. That’s all juniors Brandon Rosner and Alexis Happe have. How they spend these months determines the outcome of their upcoming track season. Luckily for them, the offseason ends Feb. 27 with the start of track. Until then, they can only hope what they’re doing is helping. Dec. 15. Forest Park. 8:55 a.m. The [...]
What started out as a group of middle schoolers back in 1972 singing in masses at the St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School has now grown into three different groups categorized by age: Just Kids, The Connection and The Patt Holt Singers.The Patt Holt Singers have developed into a group including 46 singers overall. “I didn’t try to start this [...]