Month: October 2019

Construction Progresses, Minimal Disruption and Positive Student Feedback

By: Emma Kolick. Approaching the conclusion of the 2018-2019 school year last spring, tension and apprehensiveness quickly began to grow among students regarding the effects construction was going to have on student parking and class disruption. While students and staff…

NRHS Club Almost Gone

By Brivan Ibrahim. Key Club International has remained one of the biggest and most active clubs in North Royalton High School for years. However, recently, it was faced with a big problem that could have led to its loss. On…

Democratic Candidates Rundown

By Anthony Yevtukh. With beautiful autumn swinging by, we have less than a year before Ohio is bombarded with advertisements and a new president is elected or re-elected to lead this country. Without a doubt, Donald Trump will be leading…

Opinion: Amazon Rainforest Burns, Epitomizes Society’s Greed

By: Emma Kolick Raging and ferocious fires have been ravaging the esteemed Amazon Rainforest for weeks, annihilating indigenous people’s homes and destroying multifarious species of plants and animals. With nearly three football fields of lush forest being eradicated every minute,…

Around the School: How to Get Involved

By: Brandon Barrett. Our 2019 – 2020 school year has been off to a great start!  However, some kids may be lost as to how to make friends or as to who shares their interests and who doesn’t.  That’s where…

The Art of Racing in the Rain: More than a Movie

By Peter Caram. There are new movies released all the time, but choosing the right one to spend your money on can be a challenge. The new movie, The Art of Racing in The Rain, is based on the best-selling…