Category: Features

Disability Education: Squashing Stereotypes

By: Sydney Liptak. Terri Garr, an American actress from Ohio with Multiple Sclerosis once said, “I find the real disability is people who can’t find joy in life and are bitter.” Upon walking into Mrs. Vance’s high school classroom for…

A Horticulturist’s Dream

By Carolyn Bajzer. Whether it be through an artsy Instagram post or the occasional upload from a Tumblr photography blog, chances are you may have come across the recent influx of fascination towards plants. More specifically: cactus and succulents. Now…

The Rail: More Than Just an Average Burger

By: Hayley Cotrau. Over the weekend, I ventured out to Strongsville to grab a bite at The Rail; this restaurant is a great way to kick off your weekend with all the different kinds of food. The food ranges from…

Blossom into Spring with these Fashion Trends

By Rachel Pavelich. With the snow finally melting, Midwesterners like ourselves are anticipating the arrival of spring, with our windows down for every drive and our favorite ice cream stores reopening for the season. While these are annual traditions that…

The Heroes of Royal Harmony

By: Omar Elghazawi. Just your average, ordinary, everyday superheroes. Royal Harmony is our co-ed, audition-based show choir here at North Royalton, that began competing in competitions in 2012. The group is directed by choir teacher Mr. Joe Mikolajczyk and consists…

Ms. Erney: An Artist in a World of Art

By Angela Pell In the back of Heritage Hallway one will find a room full of color, paintings, pallets, students, and the one and only Ms. Dalia Erney. Ms. Erney has been an art teacher at North Royalton High School…

An Exciting New Face to NRHS

By Grace Amato Standing on stage in front of an entranced audience has always been a dream for Bruna Silve, but this dream never would have become a reality if she did not leave her friends and family behind to…