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Monthly Archives: September 2016

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Q & A: private prisons

The Department of Justice (DOJ) decided last month to begin phasing out privately run federal prisons by allowing contracts for the 13 existing such prisons to expire or undergo careful review before renewal in the next five years. Why? “[Private prisons] simply do not provide

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I’m with her: Hilary Lee

The Howler is proud to present the Artist of the Month, creative writer Hilary Lee. She recently attended the annual California State Summer School for the Arts (CSSSA) and has agreed to share some of her wisdom about the whirlwind world of creative writing. Michelle

Deep-seeded apprehension: the Oak is fake?

Recent investigations have revealed that what the Northwood community lovingly refers to as “The Oak,” is, in fact, not real. The case was “sawed through” by juniors Robert Chang and Sidney Schone, whose groundbreaking hypotheses were confirmed through DNA gel electrophoresis. “We applied our skills

New T-wolves on the NHS block

In order to compensate for the loss of staff at the end of last year’s school year, 15 new faces were introduced to Northwood’s campus. Making up the list are language teachers Michele Petrillo and Luc Landeis as well as special education teachers Arati Clarke