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Integrated math at Northwood

Sometimes it feels like the justification for reorganizing Northwood’s math program just doesn’t add up. While Common Core may be the bane of many a student’s existence, the Integrated Math curriculum proves that there is always more than what meets the eye with its continuity

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YAT’s wizardly wisdom shines

Irvine’s High School Youth Action Team (HSYAT) recently organized its 23rd annual Teen Summit, a free conference intended to encourage high school students to live positive and proactive lives. Held at the Lakeview Senior Center on Mar. 4, Teen Summit gave students from across the

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Boys Volleyball places 2nd at Tustin tournament

After ending last year’s season with a record of 11-11, Northwood’s Boys Volleyball is hoping to impress and improve as the new season progresses. The team has been working hard and currently has a record of 6-3, winning against Tustin, Mission Viejo, Paloma Valley, Thousand

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heARTbreaker: Lisa Kim, Artist of the Month

An aspiring visual artist, senior Lisa Kim has recently been accepted to the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, is involved in Northwood’s arts classes and has built an impressive portfolio of 2D and 3D artworks throughout her high school career. Victoria Quin: How

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What in American public arts foundations?

The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) is a federal agency that has funded American art since 1965, including local venues in Irvine and Orange County. President Trump recently proposed a budget that would eliminate four cultural agencies, including the NEA, but dance teacher Judy