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Winner, chicken dinner!

The fastest growing food chain in America is all about one thing—chicken fingers. Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers is quickly becoming a go-to option for those who have the time. And the money. Although it is a fast food restaurant, the prices definitely don’t reflect that.

‘The Little Mermaid’ makes a big splash

Northwood Theatre Arts took their audience “Under the Sea” from Jan. 31 to Feb. 3 with seven performances of Disney’s “The Little Mermaid,” a musical adaption of the classic animated film. The spirited production told the tale of Princess Ariel (junior Trinity Pham), a young

Sorry, it’s (doctor’s) parent’s orders

As teenagers, we have control over a lot of our lives. And yet, when it comes to medical decisions, which can impact us significantly, everything still requires the approval of our parents or guardians. Currently, if you are under the age of 18 and want

In 2018, the world should fix…

It’s that time of year again—when most of us are making, and probably breaking, our New Year’s resolutions. But even if most of us (statistically) end up forgetting about our goals for the new year, the spirit in which we create them is worthwhile. This

Jammin’ Zeb comes to America

For the first time ever, the critically acclaimed Japanese acapella jazz group Jammin’ Zeb is coming to the United States, and it’s a momentous occasion for Northwood’s Timberwolves; they’re coming to perform with Northwood’s Chamber Singers. Composed of first tenor Kojiro Suzuki, second tenor Nisawa