The Mission

Upperclassmen Diagnosed With “Senioritis”

Aubrey Remy

April 19, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Most underclassmen have noticed the sudden change in seniors’ attitudes. This change can be attributed to the outburst of “senioritis”. It can be defined as the decreased motivation toward studies displayed by students who are nearing the end of their high school careers. I know that personal...

Increasing Student Involvement at North is a Priority

Andrew Keech

January 18, 2012

Filed under Opinion

There are many things a kid could get involved in here at North. We have a fantastic NJROTC program, a great yearbook staff, and our sports teams are bringing people together every new season. It’s only high school, right? Kids are only going to be here for four years of their lives. Why waste this...

First really is the best

Brandon Morrison, Coeditor

December 2, 2011

Filed under Opinion

North has experienced it’s first month of the school year. For the first time students have walked into this building, books are being cracked open and the future is becoming very real to many students. Now is the time of firsts for students and faculty at North. Now is the time to start improving...

There is no reason for complaining

Brandon Morrison, Coeditor

December 1, 2011

Filed under Opinion

As students have noticed, the corny and informative announcements are no longer being presented near the end of North’s third and fourth blocks. This is making the usually difficult task of informing students of things much more difficult.  Now two months into the school year nothing but complaining...

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