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What’s all the buzz about clubs?

Northwood’s annual Club Info Fair on Oct. 17 gave students an opportunity to discover new clubs and potential interests. During lunch, many of Northwood’s over 70 clubs gathered around the Oak to hand out informational flyers and ask students to sign up for their mailing

Amnesty hosts freshman discussions

Northwood’s Amnesty International club held its annual freshman discussions on Oct. 13 and 16 to raise awareness of human rights. Hosted by volunteers from Amnesty International, these discussions focused on informing freshmen about the seriousness of human rights violations around the world. “Since human rights

Our new Korean class

After years of growing interest, Northwood is proud to introduce its new Korean 1 class to native and non-native speakers. Under the instruction of Esther Lee, a second-year teacher at Northwood, students taking this introductory course will have a chance to develop an understanding of

Plot Twist: GMOs aren’t unhealthy, just misunderstood

Cancer-causing. Unnatural. Environmentally destructive. Ever since they’ve turned up in our grocery aisles and dinner tables, genetically modified organisms (GMOs) have gotten somewhat of a bad rep as people voiced their skepticisms with the products. However, this negative reputation is undeserved and—more importantly—unsupported. Most rumors