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Repurposing with a Purpose: The green recycling cans seen around The Oak are easily distinguishable from regular trash cans.
New green recycling bins appear around The Oak
Lian Le, Staff Writer
February 14, 2024

Green recycling cans were recently introduced to Northwood as part of IUSD and the Honors Interdisciplinary Climate Exploration class’s latest...

HELP, MY CRUSH IS GHOSTING ME: It’s frustrating to have a crush on someone who won’t even text you back, but our advice can help.
Good, Bad and Ugly: I found my husband?
Anthony Park, Staff Writer
BAKED GOODS FOR A GOOD CAUSE: Beating Celiac sells their homemade gluten-free treats in hopes of removing the stigma around gluten-free foods while raising money for organizations supporting Celiac disease.
Beating Celiac’s success tastes sweet
Amy Jeon, Staff Writer
D.I.Y. DECOR: Sophomores Bonnie Chen and Suzan Whiteside welcome good luck and prosperity in the new year with handmade chunlian (Spring Festival couplets).
Transforming tradition for the Lunar New Year
Lauryn Chew, Staff Writer
Valentines Playlist
Valentine's Playlist
Jihoo Yoon, A&E Editor
10 OUT OF 10: A student cheers on the stellar five-star couples with their green flag qualities.
Fictional couples to learn from
Raelle Tiong, Staff Writer
SHARING SMILES: Sophomore Tony Nakayama displays the crafts that were made with love and care.
Cute creations of the craft cart
Timothy Shin, Staff Writer
ARE KIDS STILL KIDS?: Social media can cause kids to age faster.
Anti-aging skincare trends age kids faster
Megha Kishore, Staff Writer
LOVE ON THE BRAIN: Bold teen relationship hot takes you need to hear
Howler hot-takes on teen relationships
Rhea Gupta and Courtney Lee
The early bird doesn’t always get the worm
The early bird doesn’t always get the worm
Chanel Capa, Graphic Artist
SIGNING OFF: Ava Giglio and Riley Bajorek sign their commitment letters to West Carolina University and Providence College, respectively.
A glimpse into Northwood’s student athletes’ National Letter of Intent signing
Amy Jeon, Staff Writer
KICKING OFF THE SEASON: Center senior Aryan Mascarenhas works to connect goals in their preseason game.
Boys soccer prepares for league play
Timothy Shin, Staff Writer
TEAM TIME, TURKEY TIME: Northwood girls water polo celebrates their team Thanksgiving meal after a morning practice over the break. Photo provided by Kyle Kim-E.
The unspoken challenges of being a winter sport athlete
Raya Abu-Tarif and Jaycee Hendrickson
204 people responded to our Instagram poll.
What is your favorite sports tradition?
Chanel Capa, Graphic Artist
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