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Feature: Natalie Bergler

Junior Natalie Bergler is excited to host a walk with the goal of raising awareness for Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and breast cancer at the Northwood track from 2-4 p.m. on Friday, May 12. Called “Walk4Change,” the event will start by the Theater, and then

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Coexisting on campus

Northwood’s diverse student body has made it a melting pot of ideas, beliefs and cultures. Here are some clubs at Northwood that allow students to connect with and learn about different religious communities on campus. Ecclesia seeks to provide a community at Northwood where Christian

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A referendum on Northwood’s new math classes

Sometimes it feels like the justification for reorganizing Northwood’s math program just doesn’t add up. While Common Core may be the bane of many a student’s existence, the Integrated Math curriculum proves that there is always more than what meets the eye with its continuity

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Scientifically proven success

Northwood Science Olympiad placed 4th at the 32nd annual Southern California State Science Olympiad Competition held at the California Institute of Technology (CalTech) on April 8. Teams competed in a total of 25 study or construction events involving different scientific fields such as physics, chemistry

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Fake news on Facebook

Hillary Clinton did not win the popular vote. But that’s because she sold weapons to ISIS. If you believed either of those two statements, you would likely be one of the countless victims of the fake news epidemic plaguing Facebook today. Facebook has become one