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Hey Hanae!: Trombone tunes

Senior Hanae Yoshida is the principal trombonist of Northwood’s Wind Symphony and has been practicing trombone day in and day out since she was a little girl. Her wide range of accomplishments include being a National Youth Orchestra (NYO) musician as well as the OC

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February Playlist: (love)ly tunes

Ahhhh, Valentine’s Day. For some, it’s a day to spend with someone special and remind each other why you care. For others, it’s an imposition of unwanted PDA and a 24-hour-long reminder of your solitude. This playlist is both for those who have baes and

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Love is in the air—and in pop culture

Pop culture is an ever-changing melting pot of new trends and artists, but society’s obsession with romantic love is a dependable constant. Here we have a handful of noteworthy depictions of love that we sat down to indulge in in this month of love. Music

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Arts clubs on campus

With all the clubs Northwood has to offer, it can be hard to decide which ones are worthy of your lunch period. For the artistic types of people out there, consider checking out these clubs.   If you’re interested in singing, A Capella Club provides

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A capella aficionados

You might remember Northwood’s a capella group Unaccompanied Minors (UM) from previous years, but this year you’ll see a few new and improved changes. UM was previously a women’s a capella choir, and Pride was its male counterpart. Now, UM is back as a mixed