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Monthly Archives: November 2018

Hungry for humor: ‘One Man, Two Guvnors,’ five stars

“One Man, Two Guvnors” aired from Nov. 15-17 as Northwood’s Theatre Arts’ annual fall play, bringing laughs to all who attended just before Thanksgiving break. The comedy is set in 1960’s Britain and centers around a man, Francis Henshall (junior Chris Kassir), who inadvertently finds

Finding your ‘why’ at State of the Student

Northwood held its fourth annual State of the Student Day on Tuesday, Nov. 6 with the goal of encouraging students to find and develop their passions while also focusing on balance in their lives. “I think State of the Student Day is great for many

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Let’s get this bread: an athletic appetite

Being a student athlete is a huge commitment, not only with the time spent in practices and games, but also in maintaining a healthy lifestyle to succeed in one’s sport. Many athletes have to go the extra mile to make a larger impact on the

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Irvine synagogue vandalized

The front wall of the Beth Jacob Synagogue in Irvine was vandalized with antisemitic graffiti on Wednesday, Oct. 31. Surveillance camera videos revealed that the antisemitic comments had been spray-painted on the wall of the synagogue in the early morning hours of that Wednesday. The