First place at CSU Long Beach’s Jack Howe Memorial tournament. First place at OCSL State Quals in Student Congress. First place debate team at the World Scholars’ Cup Tournament of Champions. All of this in one year? It might seem impossible for mere mortals, but
Math teacher Chris Di Antonio is the December teacher of the month. In an interview with The Howler Online, he discussed his experience as a teacher, his interest in math and his hobbies outside of school. Cara Kim: How long have you taught at Northwood?
Hello Northwood! We at The Howler know how difficult junior and senior year can be with Advanced Placement tests, SAT’s and college apps. So to help you de-stress, we’re putting together a column on The Howler Online (THO) to address any questions you want answered
Movies, books, YouTube videos, anime and K-pop. These forms of media don’t just go hand in hand with procrastination, but are also explored in Northwood’s [Insert Fandom Here] club. The club provides students a chance to discuss their shared interests with fellow members, allowing them
A delicious aroma often fills Northwood’s classrooms as a result of the culinary arts class, taught by new teacher Kristen Motooka. During an interview with The Howler Online, junior Claire Chatelain revealed the magic behind that aroma and shared her experience taking the class. Claire