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Quinn’s How To #3: Staying organized in school

Tip 1. Have a notebook and folder for every class. Every student should have a notebook and folder for each class. Sharing the same folder for different classes can result in papers being misplaced....

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Job Fair: Avery Walker

Q&A with senior Avery Walker Q: Where do you work? A: Ballerinas Academy of Dance In Noblesville.  Q: What do you do? A: Teach tap dancing Q: How long have you worked there? A:...

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Quinn’s How To #2: Staying awake in school

Tip 1) Try to avoid taking naps.  Taking a nap after school can result in trouble falling and staying asleep. Many students will come home every day and take a one to two hour...

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Job fair: senior Laly Medina

Laly Medina, 12 Q: Where do you work? A: I work at Nina Nails. Q: How long have you worked there? A: I’ve worked at Nina Nails since July. Q: How much do you...

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Student doing his part to help the planet

The current condition of the planet is very concerning to some, many of which are students. One of these students is junior Aidan Hamilton, and he is doing something to help. Every day at...

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Junior rapper performs at sold out venue

Last Friday junior Ethan Solomon, along with 10 other artists, performed at Citadel Music Hall in Indianapolis in front of 250 attendees. Solomon began making music during his sophomore year and has been working...

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Teacher reacts to six class change

This school year, some teachers have gained an extra class they have to teach, leaving them with no study hall and a tenth period prep. In some cases, the number of students in each...

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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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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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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...

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Coach With At Least 61 Siblings

One Miss Indiana Basketball title. Two children of her own. Four years playing basketball at Penn State. Eight years on the girls basketball coaching staff. Almost 12 years of marriage. Sixty-one siblings and counting....

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Jasmine McWilliams Commits

Girls basketball player Jasmine McWilliams has committed to Northwestern University. She is currently a junior and had many offers and chose Northwestern. She is currently averaging 12.7 points per game, eight rebounds per game,...

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Alumni Who Made it Big

NC has produced many individuals that have went on to become names that we see on television for their accomplishments and bettering of our country. David Wolf graduated in the class of ‘74. Wolf...

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Restaurant Review: Hopcat

On the corner under the new parking garage in Broad Ripple, Hopcat is one of the first restaurants you see when you enter the village. You notice the bright yellow LED lights and t-shirts...

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Restaurant Review: 317 Burger

“It is usually not this dead,” is not a phrase that can be used very often. Things don’t tend to be kind of dead, only dead or alive. But kind of dead is a...