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All posts by Catherine Hu

Theatre renovations

With a shiny new coat of paint and brand-new carpet, the Northwood Theatre feels like a completely different building. Initially, the plan was to renovate the carpet and curtains due to age over the summer, but Principal Leslie Roach and the district’s maintenance department were

Antigone and The Importance of Being Earnest

With sword fights in “Antigone” and arguments over cucumber sandwiches in “Importance of Being Earnest,” Northwood and Irvine students performed together at the Irvine High Theatre. Sophocles’ tragedy “Antigone” was performed from July 25-28, telling the tale of Antigone, who defies an order by King

Project Soapbox: let your voice be heard!

In a world of falling college acceptance rates and rising stress levels, two Northwood teachers are standing against the tide of half-hearted resume-padding activities and encouraging their students to truly make a difference in the world. Organized at Northwood by history teachers Bryan Hoang and

‘Black Panther’ is a triumph

Based on the “Black Panther” comics, this PG-13 movie tells the story of T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman), who assumes the protector role of Black Panther after his father’s death. He ascends his father’s throne while fighting to defend the African kingdom of Wakanda from external and

Baristas to tutors: students who work

From lifeguards to tutors, Northwood students balance their part-time jobs with their rigorous classes. William Woollett Jr. Aquatics Center Junior Neil Chaudhry has been swimming since he was 5, so it’s not a surprise that he has a summer job as a lifeguard at the