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From track spikes to tap shoes

Though he’s known for his unbeatable track records, Savion Cotten also proves to be a star in the dance studio. It’s only his second year in Irvine, but he has quickly adjusted to Northwood through his various talents and activities. Oh, and you probably noticed

Wolfpack club hosts fall dance

The Wolfpack club hosted its annual dance for the special education programs in Orange County on Nov. 13. The fall harvest themed dance took place in the pod of the 1400 building. “The dance was a lot of fun. Everybody seemed to be having a

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Operation Hero: Halloween candy

Doing something sweet this month, Operation Hero held a candy drive on campus in the first week of November, collecting leftover Halloween candy from each classroom. The club works to show appreciation for soldiers and veterans and raise awareness in the community; it organized the

(Thanks)giving back

The aroma of turkey, cornbread and cranberry jam waft through the room, tickling your nose. Your face lights up because the tantalizing smells can only mean one thing: Thanksgiving! While many Orange County students can enjoy an amazing Thanksgiving dinner with beloved family and friends

Alan Simsovic: Tech hero

In the mid-’70s, young Alan Simsovic’s interest in technology was kindled when he began playing with computer tape at his high school programming class. His interests in both teaching and technology led him to Northwood High School. The Howler sat down with this tech-savvy expert