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Marvel vs. DC: Fans make the case for each franchise

Marvel(ous) Comics by Angelina Ye Before I even start on how well-organized and nostalgic Marvel Comics is, I would like to acknowledge that DC did have a popular animated universe back in the late 20th to early 21st centuries. But I’m sorry to say that’s where

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,

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CSSSA: It’s pronounced “see-sah”

Taking in over 500 high-schoolers, the California State Summer School for the Arts (CSSSA) is an annual intensive created to give young artists a chance to explore their skills and styles in a pre-professional environment. Located at the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), the

Spring (dance) is in full bloom with “Equinox”

Northwood’s Dance Department will be holding its spring concert, “Equinox,” tonight and tomorrow evening at 7 p.m. in the Northwood Theater. Involving all levels of dance, “Equinox” follows the theme of seasons, capturing the transition that nature and the weather undergo. “Our dances are separated

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Arts vs. Sciences

It is the age-old divide, the battle between the right and left sides of the brain. Which is better: the arts or the sciences? Society often seems to directly place science in a higher position, attributing analytical and cognitive thought to that branch of education.