Fans thrilled, Clark signs with Fever

Fans thrilled, Clark signs with Fever

Kate Baldwin and Eli Thompson April 19, 2024

Caitlin Clark has signed with the Indiana Fever, bringing on a new era for the Hoosier state's WNBA franchise. Clark's arrival promises to redefine the team's trajectory and capture new fans for the Hoosier...

Importance of FAFSA, scholarships

Kailey Crose, Sports Staff April 17, 2024

As seniors approach the end of their high school careers, they face the task of finding financial aid to cover the high costs of college. These expenses include tuition fees, housing and food expenses,...

Students prepare for final stretch of school year

Students prepare for final stretch of school year

Anna Grueninger, Entertainment Editor April 12, 2024

With the end of spring break, students have started looking forward to the end of the school year. There are six weeks and four final exam days between spring break and summer. The last quarter of...

New policy exempts some students from final exams

Baylie Clements, Sports Staff March 25, 2024

At the beginning of the fourth quarter, the new finals policy was released. Juniors and seniors are exempt from final exams if they have a 80% or higher in the particular class. “I think that the...

Girls track runners have pre-race meeting with distance coach Chad Wallace.

Indoor track season comes to an end

Dominica Dandelet Vento, News Staff March 21, 2024

On Saturday at 3 p.m. girls track and field will conclude their indoor season at the Hoosier State Relays meet. The meet is at the Indianapolis fairgrounds, and is the indoor track state finals. The...

Purdue hopeful for a successful March Madness run

Sam Wolfe, News Editor February 23, 2024

With March approaching, so is the highly-anticipated March Madness tournament that brings much enjoyment to students and fans each year. This year's March Madness tournament is a big one for Hoosiers...

Mass illness causes excess absences

Mass illness causes excess absences

Kate Baldwin, Entertainment Staff February 15, 2024

Over the past two weeks, multiple viruses have swept through school. Many students have had to go home this week because of specific illnesses. Some students theorize it is because of the time of the...

Seniors encourage students to register for annual blood drive

February 9, 2024

The Senior Class Council blood drive registration has been going on during lunch periods all week. The council is eager to persuade people to sign up. “To persuade people to sign up for the blood...

Senior Class Council prepares for blood drive

Addison Abram, Sports Staff February 7, 2024

The Senior Class Council is organizing a blood drive for next Friday. Students must be at least 16 years of age, 110+ pounds and in good health to be eligible to donate blood. Senior Class Council...

Frequent unplanned fire alarms continue into second semester

Frequent unplanned fire alarms continue into second semester

Audrey Archer, Sports Staff February 6, 2024

Recently, NC has experienced multiple unplanned fire alarms. The fire alarms are said to be set off by students vaping in the bathrooms. The fire alarms sometimes go off during lunch periods which...

Winter Spirit Week concludes with Best Buddies basketball game

Leah Marshall, Feature Staff February 6, 2024

This week is winter Spirit Week leading up to the Best Buddies basketball game on Friday. Advertisement chair of Student Council and co-Vice President of Best Buddies Reagan Green shares about spirit...

Students anticipate annual Riley Dance-a-Thon

Students anticipate annual Riley Dance-a-Thon

Abby Marshall, News Staff February 6, 2024

The Riley Dance-a-Thon is an annual fundraising event for Riley Hospital for Children that helps fund cancer research throughout their hospitals. College and high school students across Indiana raise millions...

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