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The Northwood Howler

The Student News Site of Northwood High School

The Northwood Howler

The Student News Site of Northwood High School

The Northwood Howler

YouTube Shuts Down Discord’s Two Largest Music Bots

YouTube Shuts Down Discord’s Two Largest Music Bots

Annie Lee, Staff Writer October 6, 2021

Known for its low latency voice chats, custom emojis and engaging variety of bots, Discord has become a popular choice for anyone wishing to create or join online communities. Recently, popular music bots...

Neon pride: The Northwood student section rallies the team to victory against Crean Lutheran.

Timberwolves football comes back with a roaring victory

Annie Lee, Staff Writer September 29, 2021

Northwood’s Varsity Football team won their first game of the season 17-14 against Crean Lutheran High School after an intense contest at Irvine stadium on Aug. 27. By the end of the first half, Northwood...

Orchard Hills asphalt plan takes on lawsuit

Rita Lai, Staff Writer September 29, 2021

To address the lawsuit against the All American Asphalt company by Irvine residents earlier in the year, the City of Irvine held a council meeting on Sept. 14 to discuss residential concerns and provide...

Getting in the Spirit: New and returning clubs showcase what they have to offer to prospective members.

Fun at the Fair: Northwood’s clubs take students for a ride

Erin Tsai and Claire Chien September 29, 2021

Northwood’s annual club fair was hosted by ASB at The Oak and SAC during lunch from Sept. 27-28 to introduce and welcome back clubs for the new school year. Clubs set up tables decorated with...

Newsom survives recall

Parashar Bharadwaj, Staff Writer September 29, 2021

California Gov. Gavin Newsom comfortably survived the recall vote on Sept. 14, with the majority of Californians voting to keep Newsom in office. After being introduced in February 2020, the recall gained...

Covid Variants

Covid Variants

Diego Moreno, Staff Writer September 29, 2021

A Love for Trails: Outdoor enthusiasts can now access the beach more easily than ever.

Jeffrey Trails heads to the beach

Karen Wang, Staff Writer September 29, 2021

The Jeffrey Open Space Trail will expand by 1.5 miles, connecting to the Crystal Cove State Park through a new bridge and the incorporation of existing pedestrian trails. The current 3.5-mile trail runs...

MEI THE FORCE BE WITH YOU: Senior Mei Ono
leads The Howler into its 23rd year of publication.

Simply a-Mei-zing: Meet the newest Howler Editor-in-Chief

Mei Ono, Editor-in-Chief August 19, 2021

To the freshmen who feel like they just came back from Outdoor Ed, sophomores who have never eaten lunch on campus, juniors who are nervous to take AP classes after a year of Irvine Virtual Academy, seniors...

TOGETHER AT LAST: ASB and PTSA organize a warm registration day to new and returning T-wolves.

The Pack is Back: Welcome back, T-wolves

Mihir Kulkarni and Kevin Sohn August 19, 2021

While the start to every school year is a momentous occasion, the chance to be fully in-person for the first time since the pandemic is truly unique. With cohorts and breakout rooms in the rearview mirror,...

Replanting what we lost

Erin Tsai, Staff Writer June 14, 2021

Students in Northwood’s environmental science classes will help restore areas of the campus that were burned by the 2020 California wildfires as part of a landscaping design project. “Dr. Roach...

The Volunteering for Victory drive brought together clubs from all walks of campus to collaborate towards a greater cause.

Volunteering for Victory

Mihir Kulkarni, News Editor June 8, 2021

Northwood’s California Scholarship Federation (CSF) club was announced as the winner of the Volunteering for Victory initiative, a donation drive organized by Student Forum that aimed to collect sanitary...

Raw Talent: Juniors Adrianna Isabel Machado and Liv Majestic cover “Parting Gift” by Fiona Apple.

Drama Club raises the roof in Coffeehouse 2021

Matthew Dimaandal, Photo Editor May 27, 2021

The annual Coffeehouse event, organized by Northwood’s International Thespian Society (ITS), showcased talented student comedians, poets and musicians on May 21. Hosted by seniors Jerry Chen and Ali...

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