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Balancing music and schoolwork

Music, like all things in life, takes practice in order to improve. There are hundreds of instruments, but regardless of what you play, practice is the only way to get better at your instrument of choice. But with school and extracurricular activities taking large chunks

Antigone and The Importance of Being Earnest

With sword fights in “Antigone” and arguments over cucumber sandwiches in “Importance of Being Earnest,” Northwood and Irvine students performed together at the Irvine High Theatre. Sophocles’ tragedy “Antigone” was performed from July 25-28, telling the tale of Antigone, who defies an order by King

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Starting the school year off right

With the air gradually becoming cooler each evening and local stores changing their banner displays from festival outfits to trendy jean jackets, it’s a sign that the school year is finally here! Replacing trips to the OC Fair with late night study sessions at Panera

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Savoring summer

Though the end of summer break marks the beginning of back-to-school season with its monotonous days of lectures and homework, the idyllic summer season still continues onwards. Just because school has begun doesn’t mean you can’t savor the final days of summer by enjoying this

Student summer experiences

The freedom of summer break has provided countless opportunities for Northwood seniors to explore and pursue their interests as they begin applying to college. For senior Vinayaka Srinivas, break was spent at the state-funded residential program, California State Summer School for Mathematics and Science (COSMOS),