Month: November 2013

North Royalton students get involved in art outside of school

By Caitie Albright Although the school offers several varieties of art electives, students choose to extend their art outside of school in addition to their high school schedules. However, the arts that our peers engage in during their free time…

Locally delicious: students’ favorite restaurants

By Jen Kuczkowski         Everyone has that favorite place to eat and whether you’ve been going to the place since you were a kid, or have only just recently discovered it, NRHS students sure have their opinions when it comes…

Wise words from NRHS staff

By Megan Huth With age comes wisdom, but each experience is his or her own. To live vicariously through some of our faculty’s wisdom—through the words of our custodians, lunch staff, and teachers–may garner us a bit more enthusiasm for…

Students’ Learning Restricted by Available Classes

By Gina Cantale Teachers have always told us that history is an important subject because it teaches us about where we came from and what life was like before us. It teaches us to learn from the past. If this…

Advice to juniors

By Autumn Stapleton All juniors that will be seniors next year are in for a giant wake-up call.  The junior class should be more prepared and better informed about their upcoming year.  I wish I had been better informed for…

Student Millionaires

By Krista Shingary Most people do not make a million dollars in their lifetime. Imagine if you just made that money in one life-changing moment. Some students said if that were them, the first thing they would do is throw…

Extra-Stressful Activities

 By Juli Eicholz Extracurricular activities have always been portrayed as a positive part of a student’s life. Not only do they look good on college applications, but they also provide positive skills such as teamwork. However, extracurricular activities have been…

Athletes, Not Just Cheerleaders

By Juli Eicholz Contrary to popular belief, cheerleading consists of much more than the general stereotype of ditzy, snobby blond girls wearing short skirts while shouting “rah-rah.” Cheerleading, especially competitive cheer, should most definitely be considered a sport. Cheerleading is…

Tis’ always the season, or day, to celebrate

By Zachary B. Keider There’s no such thing as a stupid holiday. Almost every day of the year is dedicated to someone, or something. Celebrating these holidays with your friends can make the school week much more bearable than it…

Printing the future: school acquires new 3D printer

By Abbey Rodjom Cutting-edge technology is being used in the tech ed and engineering classes at NRHS. A handful of classes have begun to learn about revolutionary 3D printers and the creative manufacturing skills that go into operating it. 3D printers have the…