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Monthly Archives: March 2016

From Northwood student to head coach: Kevin Rowen

After leading both Northwood and UCLA teams to numerous victories, lacrosse head coach and alumnus Kevin Rowen has returned to his alma mater to help shape Northwood’s lacrosse team into the formidable Timberwolf beasts he once ran with himself. The Howler sat down with him

Girls Soccer caps off a season to remember

Northwood’s Girls Soccer team capped off one of its most memorable seasons in school history with a 1st place finish in the Pacific Coast League (PCL) and a 2nd place finish in the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) playoffs. The Timberwolves, who remained undefeated in the

Students meet with state legislature

IUSD students, including seven from Northwood, traveled to Sacramento on March 8 to participate in an annual student advocacy event organized by the PTSA. The purpose of the trip was to discuss ideas and concerns about public education in California. “I think it’s important, in

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Paper Towns Review

In the classic yet overdone category of coming-of age stories, “Paper Towns” brings a funny and fresh approach to the genre, creating a feel-good film with a poignant message at its center The story revolves around Quentin Jacobsen (Nat Wolff), a shy, awkward teenager who

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Speech and Debate Qualifies for State Competition

Students from Northwood’s Speech and Debate team have successfully advanced to the state tournament from the qualifying competitions at Sonora High School on Feb. 8 and El Modena High School on Feb. 20. At Sonora, two Northwood students qualified for state in Parliamentary and Congressional