Month: November 2014

Students at NRHS Want to Visit Ireland, Italy, Australia

By Erika Emch Aspiring travelers dream of stepping on a plane, soaring through the sky, and landing in a foreign country. Several students at North Royalton High School would like to travel to a different country in the world. Whether…

Q and A with Athletic Trainer Maggie Flanagan

By Thomas Khristenko From Cleveland, to Atlanta, and all the way to Miami, very few people have had as much traveling with the world’s best athletes as North Royalton High School’s athletic trainer Maggie Flanagan. Not only does she get…

NRHS Students’ Expectations of High School

By Erika Emch As an incoming student, it was probably a huge surprise that students were not standing on top of lunch tables breaking out into a fully choreographed dance number, ranting about “sticking to the status quo.” It is…

Basketball Dance Team to Begin in November

By: Erin Simonek As the halftime buzzer sounds and the music starts to blast, the crowd cheers as the North Royalton Basketball Dance Team takes the court. Open auditions for the 2014-2015 season will take place on November 27 at…

Brian Hoyer needs to start all year

By Thomas Khristenko Brady Quinn, Derek Anderson, Brandon Weeden, Tim Couch, Bruce Gradkowski, Spergon Wynn, Ty Detmer, Ken Dorsey, Doug Pederson, Jeff Garcia, Thad Lewis, and Jake Delhomme. What do all these people have in common? They all have started…

CP3 to CP1

By Mike Kyle The best point guard in the NBA right now has never made it out of the second round of the playoffs. No, seriously. Chris Paul, also known as “CP3,” is the NBA’s best point guard who has…

Workplace Fraternization is Not Always Harmless

By Anastasia Nicholas High school is the milestone in which part-time employment becomes a part of life, and with this comes getting to know your co-workers, or fraternizing. It is generally accepted that the workplace should be a friendly yet…

Thanksgiving Football Traditions

By: Connor Mills The leaves are falling and changing color, the wind is blowing, and you can smell the turkey, mashed potatoes, corn, and the mouth-watering gravy. You can also hear the sound of the football flying through the air…

Can Dress Code Help or Hurt Education?

By: Erin Simonek As girls prepared for the new school year by going back to school shopping, there were more restrictions this year in what they should buy. In the summer of 2014, before the 2014-2015 school year started, all…

NRHS Students Have Hobbies

By Taya Molloy Many people have hobbies. Maybe you like to play badminton every day with your younger brother. A fierce competition between the two of you that keeps you close. Or maybe you prefer to read. You have a…