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Category Archives: Issue VI

Hey Hanae!: Trombone tunes

Senior Hanae Yoshida is the principal trombonist of Northwood’s Wind Symphony and has been practicing trombone day in and day out since she was a little girl. Her wide range of accomplishments include being a National Youth Orchestra (NYO) musician as well as the OC

Athletes dominate in 5K

Northwood athletes and parents hit the road running at the annual Timberwolf 5K Run/Walk, held here on campus on Feb. 11 at 8 a.m. The race featured free food, event T-shirts and hundreds of runners—not to mention a USA Track and Field certified course with

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What is the truth behind the new security cameras?

As a Northwood student, you’ve probably noticed a sudden increase in security cameras around the school. It’s obvious that the administration is watching us. But is that all there is to it? What is the real purpose behind them? The Truth is out there, hidden

Trump taps Gorsuch for Supreme Court

In one of his first major actions as president, Donald Trump appointed federal appellate judge Neil Gorsuch to the United States Supreme Court to fill the vacancy left by Justice Antonin Scalia, who died in February of last year.    There is no question as

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The LAB antimall

Orange County has always been blessed with an abundance of hipster shops and food joints, and The LAB Antimall is no exception. “LAB” itself is an acronym for “Little American Business,” a testament to how much this anti-establishment hangout spot values small OC-based businesses. Located