Month: January 2016

“The Martian” will be no alien to this year’s award shows

By: Diya Patel Each generation has its own space odyssey that defines the sci-fi genre. “Star Wars,” “Star Trek,” “2001: A Space Odyssey” and you can even justify “Space Jam” as being an iconic sci-fi film. But does “The Martian”…

Warning: Senioritis is running rampant, but not for long

By: Lael Long We’re already halfway through the school year, yet the end seems so far away due to a recurring epidemic. As the winter drags on, students are starting to feel a little antsy. You may have caught yourself,…

It’s Important to Travel; Here’s Why

By: Nick Osoteo Who wouldn’t want to study out of the country? Well…quite a few people. Most people I’ve spoken to have said that they would prefer to go to a school in Ohio, rather than a college out of…

Justin Bieber’s Music Grows Up

By Omar Elghazawi The name Justin Bieber might be a familiar name to some people. The Canadian singer first burst onto the scene with his hit single “Baby” in 2010, which featured rapper Ludacris. The single was certified 12x platinum…

Three NRHS Athletes Commit to Competing Collegiately

By: Anna Weber Competing in sports at the high school level is a truly valuable experience. Student-athletes learn the value of hard work and dedication in order to reach their goals, and can form bonds with teammates that will last…

My first time ice skating

By: Diya Patel Let it go, Let it go. But, the cold still bothers me anyway. My first time ice skating. Ohio has been my home since birth, so most would assume I have experienced many of the winter activities…

Gymnastics team

By: Diya Patel Many students at North Royalton High School are not aware that it has a competitive gymnastics team, even though three years ago the team almost made it to states and last year achieved very high scores at…

Movie Review: “Paper Towns”

By: Emily Hradek Most people have heard of the beloved book “Paper Towns” by John Green, but is the movie really worth seeing? For people who have not read the book nor seen the movie, “Paper Towns” is a story…

Scheduling Important Classes

By: Penny Kmitt Along with the dawn of second semester comes those dreaded purple scheduling papers. Underclassmen are required to choose their classes that will not only affect their entire high school experience, but their future careers as well. Freshmen…

Kicking Off The Basketball Season With Pointed Toes

By: Penny Kmitt There is no doubt that the highlight of winter sports season is our  basketball team. The team takes the ¨Friday Night Football¨ hype and transitions it indoors, drawing considerable attendance numbers. Although the squad has become increasingly…