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Category Archives: Issue VII

Sarah Pak: from the classroom to the classroom to the council

Representing student opinions across the state, senior Sarah Pak is the secretary and treasurer of the California Association of Student Councils (CASC), a student-led organization that advocates for youth engagement in state legislation. In this issue of The Howler, Pak shares her growth, experiences and

Milk Box: boba for a cause

The refreshing, creamy goodness of milk tea paired with the tender chew of boba—at a price that’s right for you. Milk Box, a cozy boba shop nestled in the trendy Union Market at The District, now caters to a wider range of people with their

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

Club feature: Halo Dance Club

Graceful movements and powerful choreography at the “Halo Dance for Autism” proved that dance is not only a beautiful art form, but also a powerful communicator of emotions and ideas. Organized by Halo Dance Club, the Halo Dance Show on Feb. 16 united Northwood dancers

Battle of the Bands 2018

Irvine’s Youth Action Team (YAT) hosted its 25th annual Battle of the Bands competition at Heritage Park Community Center on Feb. 23 from 6:30‒10:30 p.m. The Monks of Funk, a jazz band comprised of Northwood and University High School students, placed first after a performance