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Showchoir State Recap

On Saturday, March 16 show choir groups Counterpoints and Descants performed in the ISSMA State Show Choir Competition at NC. The Descants received the third place award for the unisex division and also took...

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Softball Practice Begins

Softball tryouts took place last week on March 4 through March 6. Unlike last season, there will be a C team due to the amount of girls this year. Varsity has eight returning players...

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Chinese Teacher’s Journey to Becoming Language Teacher

Hong Sweitzer began teaching chinese in 2013. She became a teacher after she graduated from three universities, Xiamen University in China, Ochanomizu University  and Ochanomizu University in Japan receiving her PhD. After receiving all...

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Restaurant Review: Hedge Row

For a place called Hedge Row, there is a disturbing lack of rows of hedges. Hedge Row, at the corner of Mass Ave and Vermont, is a relatively new restaurant, opening a year ago...

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Self Taught Musician Prepares for an Album

Junior Carolyn Nevins is a self-taught musician who has been writing songs for as long as she can remember. When she is not being a hardworking and motivated student, Nevins is always working on...

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Baseball Tryouts Begin

Boys baseball will hold tryouts on March 11, 12 and 13. There is a varsity, junior varsity and C-team that will be formed after the tryouts. Monday and Tuesday is comprised of less coach...

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5 Things To Know With Anjel

5 things to know SAT test this Saturday March 9. Great North Run is this Saturday March 9. Time is moving one hour forward this Sunday March 10. Seven students on Zionsville Hockey team...

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Restaurant Review: Diavola

This is a first for these articles, at least I think it is. Diavola pizzeria, located on East 54th St, near the Monon trail, is owned by the family of a NC student. The...

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ISTEP Testing Takes Place

On Feb. 26, students took the first round of the state standardized test ISTEP. Amongst other things schools in the state are included in this process of scoring based on average scores. Students and...

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Could Students Be More Eco-Friendly?

It is never easy, saving the world. But some NC students have taken up the call, nonetheless. While they have appeared dormant over the last few months, recycling club still exists and is still...

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Prom Preview

This years prom will be held on Apr. 13, 2019 from 8-11 p.m. The location of prom is at the Old National Center in the Egyptian room. This year’s theme is Night at the...

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National Merit Scholarship Program for Students

There are many ways a student can compare themselves to other students across the country: AP exams, the SAT and the ACT. But the test that students are required to take freshman year allows...

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Restaurant Review: The Nook By Northside

  Sometimes, restaurants can exaggerate something about themselves in their name. The name can be more grandiose, or more substantive than the restaurant actually is. Other restaurants get their name exactly right. The Nook...

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Student Athletes Sign to Colleges

Friends, family and coaches all gathered in the Performance Arts Center on Tuesday to congratulate some of Nc’s top athletes. On signing day, students signalled their intent to enroll and play a sport at...

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Tuberculosis Threat in the Halls

Tuberculosis (TB) is an infection of the lungs that comes from a bacteria. The specific bacteria is called mycobacterium tuberculosis. Tb not only affects one’s lungs but can affect the kidney spine and brain....

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Parking Lot Becomes Crowded

Parking becomes more limited as more students get their licenses and more students receive parking violations. If a student has too many violations, they risk getting fined or having their car towed. This is...

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Kirezi Freddy Named All-American

Kirezi Freddy is a senior and been apart of the varsity boys soccer team throughout his four years in high school. Freddy has also been the starting forward since freshman year. For his second...