Month: November 2017

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…

Opinion: President Trump, Do Not Leave Puerto Rico to Perish

By Grace Amato In the early morning hours of September 20, the 3.4 million residents of Puerto Rico were awakened with disaster. The category four Hurricane Maria overtook the island with 155 mph winds, flash floods, mudslides, and torrential rains…

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…

Opinion: Respectful Removal: How Doing Away with Confederate Monuments Promotes a More Accepting Society for Everyone

By: Sydney Liptak Upon taking a stroll in certain noteworthy parks or cities, one could be presented with the sight of an enormous statue of Robert E. Lee riding a horse in more locations than one. Now how does one…

Stressed Around the Clock

By Christina Vitakis Hunched over a stack of textbooks during study hall, students at North Royalton scramble to frantically finish their homework before the bell rings. Too many things to get done and too little time. Extracurriculars, academics, part time…

Seniors Given Opportunity to Prepare for the Real World

By Michelle Jurcevic Sara Bockelman walked into the North Royalton High School in her best professional clothes prepared for her Senior Exit Interview. She sat down, surrounded by teachers, ready to answer any job-like questions she would be asked. All…

Applying to College: It’s a Process

By Carolyn Bajzer Ever since a school field trip taken in the seventh grade, Emily Krejci has known for quite some time that the University of Notre Dame is the ideal school for her. Her love for the university has…