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Drow-see the musical

Northwood is home to many amazing talents—we have top-class instrumentalists and vocalists, fierce dancers and engrossing actors—but when it comes to the musical, it takes a total package to be a star. This year’s musical, “The Drowsy Chaperone,” promises to bring something extra special to

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DIY Sprinkled Ornaments

“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…” Need an easy DIY ornament to sweeten your tree and give your house that perfect festive vibe? Don’t fear, The Howler is here! What you’ll need: a clear ornament colorful sprinkles varnish a Dixie cup Remove the

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Drama competes in DTASC festival

Students from the Advanced Drama class participated in the Drama Teachers Association of Southern California’s (DTASC) Fall Festival at the Los Angeles High School of the Arts last Saturday. Four groups from Northwood advanced to the semi-finals. The festival was a competition to put on

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Sweaters and singers and symphonies

The arrival of fall is typically associated with changing leaves, chilly weather and pumpkin spice lattes, but for Northwood’s music department, it also means the first concerts of the school year. The Fall Concert Series ran from Tuesday to Thursday, and every choir, orchestra and

History takes center stage in Northwood’s fall play

“How, in the end, do we bear the crushing burden of survival? There was, of course, no satisfactory answer. But we struggle to find one anyway.” Such were the words of reporter William Shepherd, played by senior Justin Lee in the Northwood drama department’s production