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
“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
Strolling down the sidewalk with pillow cases in hand, trick-or-treaters are no stranger to the sight of glowing orange smiles on the porches of houses soon to be conquered. The jack-o’-lantern is the quintessential Halloween decoration for most suburban homes, and people get more and
As hazy summer nights fade into early school mornings, this playlist will bring back wistful and carefree memories. But hey– here’s to making even greater memories this school year.
Directing musicians to march into the shape of the Death Star is not something that most people can say they did this summer. As the Northwood Marching Band gathered to prepare its “Star Wars” themed field show this summer, senior drum majors Marisol Chandler, Matthew