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Jammin’ Zeb comes to America

For the first time ever, the critically acclaimed Japanese acapella jazz group Jammin’ Zeb is coming to the United States, and it’s a momentous occasion for Northwood’s Timberwolves; they’re coming to perform with Northwood’s Chamber Singers. Composed of first tenor Kojiro Suzuki, second tenor Nisawa

Battle for the House Cup

Northwood seniors emerged victorious in the “Harry Potter”-themed Clash of the Classes held Jan. 12 to Jan. 18, where grade levels competed against each other to earn points and win first place in the House Cup. The competition commenced on Jan. 12 at the Winter

Removing YouTube’s ‘disturbing content’

If you have been on the internet recently, you may have heard news surrounding YouTube personality Logan Paul and the video he uploaded on New Year’s Eve depicting a hung corpse in Japan’s Aokigahara Forest. Within 24 hours after uploading, the video amassed over 6.3

TV Spot: ‘Black Mirror’ Season 4

The future is bleak—technology rules our lives. This is the message of “Black Mirror,” a groundbreaking dystopian series about the intersection of science fiction and scientific fact. Named after the black screen of our electronic devices, “Black Mirror”’s fourth season was recently released on Netflix.

Robyn Song’s dedication to fencing

Armed with her foil and skilled attacks and defenses, senior Robyn Song is a formidable opponent on the fencing floor. In this issue of The Howler, Song discusses the inspirations, dreams and challenges that have shaped her as a fencer. Alice Chen: When did you