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NO(rthwood): Students are underrepresented at elite schools

It’s a phrase ubiquitous at Northwood, from class scheduling to club membership: “It looks good on college applications.” While students here are great at polishing the GPA and extracurricular sections of the application, we never question what is perhaps the most important part of our

The soap we need, but not the one we deserve right now

It’s no secret to the student body that, in the past few weeks, Northwood’s restrooms have been out of handsoap. Last Friday, however, it was restocked around campus, posing the question: why was it ever gone in the first place? Students around campus begin to

Save the date: Is dating in high school a good idea?

Date in high school: slide into those DMs Although controversial among parents, dating in high school is a topic that every teenager has thought about. However, despite those around you telling you not to get into a relationship, it doesn’t mean you have to listen

5, 4, 3, 2, 1: reverse procrastination comes to AP registration

The hardest part of an Irvine student’s life, besides social interaction and maintaining high marks, is the Advanced Placement test season. The student’s full year of rigorous studying, all-nighters and ripped hair culminates in one last exam (or as history teacher Bryan Hoang would call