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Sports in College

For most Northwood students, playing sports at a collegiate level is unlikely due to the different caliber of competition. However, that doesn’t mean Timberwolves who enjoy sports have to stop simply because they don’t want to make such a large commitment in college. At almost

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Distinguished Timberwolves

A variety of Northwood students were recognized for their leadership and service at the Distinguished Timberwolves Awards Ceremony on May 18. “I am very honored and feel blessed to be recognized by my teachers,” senior Justin Lee, recipient of the Theater Tech and Production Award,

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Advocating for refugees

The Northwood Amnesty International Club hosted its end-of-the-year human rights campaign last week to raise student awareness and comprehension of the ongoing global refugee crisis. The campaign featured surveys, jewelry making and an Art and Poetry exhibit throughout the week. A guest speaker,  immigration attorney

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A Party at Gatsby’s: Northwood Prom 2016

An elegantly dressed crowd milling around on the steps, glass windows offering a glimpse of the classy interior, the jaunty melodies of English teacher Tim Horrigan’s piano playing: it was a setup worthy of a 1920s gala. Held at the Nixon Presidential Library and Museum,

Senior Jason Wong practices his butterfly stroke in preparation for the PCL finals.

Northwood Swim (butter)flies to victory

Northwood’s Boys Swim splashed their way to the top of the Pacific Coast League (PCL) with a record of 4-1 in the regular season. Their spectacular performance in the league qualified them for the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) playoffs, where they placed 4th; finishing behind