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Issue of the Month: Northwood’s Turf Wars

Northwood students returning to campus this August suddenly found themselves plunged into the middle of a turf war. In an unexpected coup, the natural green grass of Northwood has been replaced with the suburban solution to the California drought: artificial turf. Will this regime change

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What time is it? It’s… horoscope time!

At Northwood, worrying about the future is practically an art form. But at least for today, you can take that stress off your mind by consulting our handy-dandy horoscopes! They’re completely accurate. Like 101%. Pinky promise.   Aries (March 21 – April 19) Big test

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Spread too thin?

With the return of spring conference season, the classrooms of Northwood are once again filled with projected class schedules, course requestors and students bemoaning the restrictive effect of the eight-period class maximum. Northwood students have a reputation for being involved in myriad extracurricular activities in

Pick your friends, not your nose

“F is for friends who do stuff together, U is for you and me, N is for anywhere and anyplace at all!” SpongeBob was right—the first step to having fun is making friends. High school is a pivotal point in every student’s life; it’s a

A case for your favorite font: Comic Sans MS

It’s the scourge of the design world: an abomination of aesthetics, a monstrosity of motif, a sacrilege of style. Or so they say. “It,” of course, refers to Comic Sans MS—the unapologetically ubiquitous typeface tastelessly plastered all over lost pet notices, your elementary school handouts,