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Crazy good: “Crazy Rich Asians” movie review

“If we’re going to be called yellow, we’re going to make it beautiful,” “Crazy Rich Asians” director Jon M. Chu said. From elegantly telling a romantic tale sprinkled with comedy and light-hearted melodrama to making deep-resonating commentary on Asian culture and feminism, Chu’s film swept

Theatre renovations

With a shiny new coat of paint and brand-new carpet, the Northwood Theatre feels like a completely different building. Initially, the plan was to renovate the carpet and curtains due to age over the summer, but Principal Leslie Roach and the district’s maintenance department were

Balancing music and schoolwork

Music, like all things in life, takes practice in order to improve. There are hundreds of instruments, but regardless of what you play, practice is the only way to get better at your instrument of choice. But with school and extracurricular activities taking large chunks

Antigone and The Importance of Being Earnest

With sword fights in “Antigone” and arguments over cucumber sandwiches in “Importance of Being Earnest,” Northwood and Irvine students performed together at the Irvine High Theatre. Sophocles’ tragedy “Antigone” was performed from July 25-28, telling the tale of Antigone, who defies an order by King

Club feature: Halo Dance Club

Graceful movements and powerful choreography at the “Halo Dance for Autism” proved that dance is not only a beautiful art form, but also a powerful communicator of emotions and ideas. Organized by Halo Dance Club, the Halo Dance Show on Feb. 16 united Northwood dancers