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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

Irvine enters a bid for Amazon’s second headquarters

Amazon’s plan to establish a second headquarters, dubbed HQ2, has been the recent center of attention for cities across the country. Irvine is one of 238 cities from all over North America vying to become the site of the new headquarters. These cities have been

Halloween fright and delight!

Orange and black are the Halloween season’s colors, and a very “Orange” county has plenty of fun-filled festive spooks,  for October (and no, the word “spooktacular” will not be in this article). Here’s the rundown of top fun activities here in the OC on Halloween!

The pumpkin patch of Hello Kitty

From pumpkin patches to corn mazes, October is filled with seasonal festivities.  But this year, visitors at Irvine’s Tanaka Farms can expect more than typical fall events with the introduction of Hello Kitty and Friends. Beginning Sept. 30, Hello Kitty, Keroppi, Chococat, My Melody and