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Natalie Hill, Staff Writer | May 8, 2024

It’s nearing 9 AM on a chilly March morning, and students sit in their second-hour classes, only half-listening to the announcements that ring out over the intercom. However, the class of 2024’s attention is caught when they hear an announcement inviting them to “The Grannies: A Senior Event”. The event, scheduled to run from 7:00 to 9:00 PM on May 10th in the auditorium, is in its second...

Prisha, Sabherwal | May 8, 2024

As seniors prepare to take the next step toward their careers, it’s exciting to see them transform from innocent freshmen to confident individuals who are ready to take on the world. While academic performance remains a priority, it’s refreshing to know that our seniors are also focused on experiencing life to the fullest by embracing the thrills and joys that await them outside the classroom. One...

Sarah Robey, Staff Writer | May 8, 2024

As we near the end of the year, graduation invites flow into your mailbox. Seniors have applied to their dream schools and have received their acceptance letters back. Whether it is your local university in or out of state, there are a select eight universities that stand out from the crowd. These eight schools are called Ivy Leagues and are known for their academic excellence and highly competitive...

Cecelia Vlieger, Staff Writer | March 27, 2024

Brains work and function in different ways. Whether it’s how we walk, talk, or even the most basic functions like reminding you to breathe in and out again. We all are built with beautiful and unique brains. An article from The Very Well Mind states that Neurodivergence is how one’s brain functions in different capacities that would not be seen as typical. There are several different categories...

Sarah Robey, Staff Writer | March 27, 2024

We all learn and approach our surroundings differently. Our strengths and weaknesses vary because we are all unique. This all comes down to how your brain works. Thinking, problem solving, and information processing are related to the brain. For some people, these functions can be carried out in a way that allows them to interpret the world around them differently. Neurodivergent is the term used...

Mahdis Riazikhah, Staff Writer | February 14, 2024

I stood onstage, everyone clapping and smiling at me for being voted for prom royalty. I felt joyful about being recognized by my peers. In 2016, it was an administrative choice to do away with prom royalty. The administration said it was causing insecurity and was a popularity contest. Before, students were nominated by other students. Now, students will be asked if they would like to participate....

Prisha Sabherwal, Staff Writer | February 14, 2024

A place where we feel comfortable, relaxed, safe, and secure. A place where memories are made, connections are formed, and generations keep returning. Millard North High School has been such a place. From the bustling hallways to the classrooms and sports fields, our school has played an important role in the lives of many families, helping to shape their futures and create lasting memories. Home...

Grace Evert, Staff Writer | February 14, 2024

Ask any senior, and they can attest to the many changes that have taken place at MN since they were a freshman. A new teacher, an addition to the building, or a new school policy are yearly modifications at any school. But how do these changes look in the eyes of longtime teachers or faculty who now teach at the school they once called home? MN is home to many former student faculty and longtime teachers...

Ishani Karki, Yearbook Editor-in-Chief | December 12, 2023

“And”, it’s the word most familiar to an initiative focused on unity between communities. Realizing that there are always two perspectives to a story and that two experiences are not mutually exclusive is a recurring lesson for many at the Tri-Faith initiative. Located at 13136 Faith Plz, the Tri-Faith Center aims to bring harmony among the three Abrahamic religions by showcasing the beliefs...

Callie Menke, Sports Editor | December 12, 2023

On Oct. 7, a violent attack attracted global attention as the ongoing conflict in Israel and Gaza reached a new level of intensity. Social Studies teacher Matt Meyer has followed past tensions in an effort to stay knowledgeable about the ongoing conflicts that have  led up to Oct. 7. Due to teaching AP World History, Theory of Knowledge and Honors Latin III, he understands students may come to him...