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Club feature: Timberbooks

A “bibliophile” is defined as a person who collects or has a great love for books. “Epeolatry” describes the worship of words. “Agraphia” is another name for writer’s block. In Latin, a “vade mecum” is a favorite book carried everywhere. In the dictionary you can

The original Fempowerist

Beyoncé once said, “We need to reshape our own perception of how we view ourselves. We have to step up as women and take the lead.” Northwood senior Isha Punja is doing just that. Founder of the first National Organization for Women (NOW) high school

The truck-to-table revolution

The only thing better than Orange County’s top two food trucks—Dogzilla and The Burnt Truck—is a collaboration of the two, available at one convenient location in Irvine, called Burntzilla, which opened its doors on Feb. 14. When I first walked into the half-restaurant, half-food stand

Captain of the Kaba crew

Charisma, character and coordination—senior Rachel Querido’s got everything it takes and more to be an amazing dancer. As captain of youth hip-hop team Kaba Kids and a member of Northwood Dance Theatre, Querido is no stranger to the spotlight. However, despite the attention that comes

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St. Patrick’s Day recipe

February finished as quickly as it began, and a sea of green has washed over grocery stores once again. In hopes of capturing the often underrated spirit of St. Patrick’s Day, The Howler Online decided to experiment with a matcha shamrock cookies recipe. Yield: approximately 10