Month: March 2016

The Browns: Looking Ahead

By: Omar Elghazawi   The Browns: our favorite torture mechanism, and the reason we dread Sundays. After a disappointing 3-13 season marred by injury and drama, the team fired Mike Pettine and ended up hiring Hue Jackson, which might have…

Column: GOP Rallies against Trump

By: Anastasia Nicholas   He’s a ridiculous caricature of conservatism. His speeches seem as if they were written with the express intent to alienate and offend. He capitalizes on viciously targeting minority groups and “trump”-eting meaningless ballyhoo about restoring his…

Acappellooza set for April 29

By: Fatima Elghazawi It’s springtime, and choir nerds always know what that means: a cappella season is creeping up upon us! As the weather turns warmer and flower buds start to erupt, students from all age groups involved in the three…

NRHS Spring Break Plans

NRHS TV News spoke with students and teachers about their plans for Spring Break. See their exciting interview below.  

Musician Jessica Gigliotti: A Hidden Gem at NRHS

By: Keeley Malley We know that our local school band is one of the top bands in Ohio and have gone undefeated in competitions, but what about the talents inside the band? Jessica Gigliotti, a sixteen-year-old junior at NRHS, is just…

“Big Fish” Has Big Fish to Fry This Spring

By: Sam Raudins This spring, North Royalton High School’s production of the musical “Big Fish” will be featured in the Playhouse Square High School Musical Theater Awards, a program designed to recognize outstanding performances of theater groups and individuals, along with eighteen…

“Passenger”: Book Review

By: Mary Masterson We all love time travel. I mean, look at “Doctor Who,” but what if your family was capable of creating portals through time? In the book “Passenger” by Alexandra Bracken, Etta Spencer is faced by the harsh reality that…

Spring into the new season with these fashion tips

By: Rachel Pavelich With the arrival of spring comes the return of blooming flowers, the ability to walk outside without freezing, and warm weather. As a result, snow boots and puffy coats can be put away, and this leads to…