• The 29-Hour Show is Not 29 Hours Long

    The 29-Hour Show is Not 29 Hours Long

    Alberto Sewald

    January 23, 2015

    “I tell people, ‘You should come!’ and they’re like, ‘I’m not coming for 29 hours!,’” rants Alexandra Newton, a member of the NASH Actors’ Society, “No! You come for an hour and a half!” While the audience doesn’t stay for 29 hours, the cast most certainly does, and they work... READ MORE »»

  • The One-Take Wonder

    The One-Take Wonder

    Josie Mlakar

    January 7, 2015

      After months of wild rumors, restless anxiety, extensive planning, precise coordination, and appropriate cooperation, the NATV bullhorn finally bellowed “lights! …camera! .. action!!”  The long-awaited camera crew arrived with floodlights blinding and microphone booms extended. The... READ MORE »»

  • High School Bands Take Over

    High School Bands Take Over

    Alberto Sewald

    January 7, 2015

    Making music and playing in bands is about collaboration and connection; it’s about coming together, and that can be hard when you’re a serious musician that’s forced to operate within the confines of being a high schooler. Finding friends dedicated enough to form a serious band is a feat in itself,... READ MORE »»

  • Cory Pullen on Mars

    Cory Pullen on Mars

    Cory Pullen

    December 23, 2014

    Nearly 45 years ago, the whole country joined in anticipation waiting for Apollo 11 to touch down on the moon. Now in 2014, all of the attention is on the big red planet. This world's focus is now getting the next world to sustain human life. The best part is, some scientists think it could happen within... READ MORE »»

  • Don’t Forget to Donate!

    Don’t Forget to Donate!

    Olivia Diulus

    December 23, 2014

    Don’t Forget to Donate! NASH is getting involved through various fundraisers. Here at NASH in our little Wexford bubble, we are reaching out to the rest of the community.  The student body is coming together to donate to a variety of causes. It’s the Christmas season, and you know what... READ MORE »»

  • Protest

    Protest

    Kate Walsh

    December 22, 2014

    Kate Walsh Protest Protest are becoming a popular event over the past few months all over the world. The protests are beginning because of people who don’t agree with life changing events going on around the world. From protests years ago, to protests just a few weeks ago, our people are standing... READ MORE »»

  • Sony Hacked by Kim Jong Un?

    Sony Hacked by Kim Jong Un?

    Claire Fiffik

    December 22, 2014

        Sony’s highly anticipated movie The Interview, scheduled to be released Christmas Day, features controversial satirized assassination attempts on North Korea’s dictator, Kim Jong Un. While Kim Jong Un is clearly still alive and well, the joking of the murder of a current leader... READ MORE »»

  • Childhood Celebrities

    Childhood Celebrities

    Anna Shoup

    December 22, 2014

    Zoey 101, The Amanda Show, Drake and Josh, are just a few childhood TV shows and movies that their main characters that have seemed disappeared from Hollywood, gone off the deep end, or have become “vine famous”.  Each of these celebs have either starred in a movie or were the main character of... READ MORE »»

  • Roaming Royals

    Roaming Royals

    Sarah Heastings

    December 22, 2014

    The world rushed to televisions across the globe to see the wedding of the century-- Will and Kate, the world’s perfect couple. To this day, we swoon over the romanticism that is the royal family. Even though they are technically “property” of our neighbors across the pond, Americans love them... READ MORE »»

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Pop Culture (Week of 1/19)

Maria Graziano

Across the pond, world-wide celebrity and role model Emma Watson impressed thousands of people with another He For She speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland...  Read More »

January 23, 2015 • 0 comments

District News (Week of 1/19)

Josephine Mlakar and Audrey Shivler

The biggest fundraising event of the year is here! On February 20th, 6:00-8:00pm Hosack will hold a Dessert and Auction Night. You can help out by donating...  Read More »

January 23, 2015 • 0 comments

Local News (Week of 1/12/15)

Alberto Sewald

It seems that this year Winter has arrived fashionably late. Throughout the holiday season, warm weather swept the region, resulting in record high temperatures for this time...  Read More »

January 13, 2015 • 0 comments

Flu Season is Upon Us

Claire Fiffik and Anna Shoup

Now that the cold months of the year have arrived, flu season has come into full swing. Every year, the United States experiences flu epidemic, but according to the Center...  Read More »

January 12, 2015 • 0 comments

Pop Culture (Week of 1/5/15)

Garrett OToole

  Katie and Maria are off this week, so the Editor in Chief of this website is stepping in for today. Pop Culture continues to influence us in everyday...  Read More »

January 9, 2015 • 0 comments

National/International News (Week of 1/6/15)

Olivia Diulus

With the constant cycle of news around the world, here’s what’s going on this week: The oldest time capsule discovered in the United States was opened Tuesday.  The...  Read More »

January 7, 2015 • 0 comments

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Pop Culture (Week of 1/26)

Katie Franc

This week in pop culture, it was redemption week on Ellen Degeneres's show Ellen. Justin Bieber came on earlier this week apologizing for his reckless behavior over...  Read More »

January 30, 2015 • 0 comments

Pop Culture (Week of 1/19)

Maria Graziano

Across the pond, world-wide celebrity and role model Emma Watson impressed thousands of people with another He For She speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland...  Read More »

January 23, 2015 • 0 comments

The 29-Hour Show is Not 29 Hours Long

The 29-Hour Show is Not 29 Hours Long

Alberto Sewald

“I tell people, ‘You should come!’ and they’re like, ‘I’m not coming for 29 hours!,’” rants Alexandra Newton, a member of the NASH Actors’ Society, “No!...  Read More »

January 23, 2015 • 0 comments

High School Bands Take Over

High School Bands Take Over

Alberto Sewald

Making music and playing in bands is about collaboration and connection; it’s about coming together, and that can be hard when you’re a serious musician that’s forced...  Read More »

January 7, 2015 • 0 comments

Album Review: One Direction’s Four

Album Review: One Direction’s Four

Alberto Sewald

Of all the radio pop acts right now, One Direction seems to have some of the most dedicated fans. They appear to have successfully filled the void left by Justin Bieber’s...  Read More »

December 5, 2014 • 0 comments

No Butts About It

No Butts About It

Claire Fiffik

It is instilled the minds of teenagers that they are unique individuals who should express their own ideas, styles, and ways of life; there is no set standard of how a person...  Read More »

December 4, 2014 • 0 comments

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Sports Beat (Week of 1/26/15)

Cory Pullen

The North Allegheny athletics division is well known throughout the state as a powerhouse and a force to be reckoned with. The boys and girls swim teams are no exception....  Read More »

January 29, 2015 • 0 comments

Sports Beat of the Week (Week of 1/19)

Sarah Heastings

Basketball   With their ninth victory in a row, the Lady Tiger basketball team has claimed first place in the section. The...  Read More »

January 22, 2015 • 0 comments

Sports Beat Week of 1/5

Cory Pullen

Both of the North Allegheny basketball teams are well into their regular seasons, and both are proving themselves as a force in the standings. The boys team is currently 11-0...  Read More »

January 8, 2015 • 0 comments

Sports (Week of 12/1/14)

Sarah Heastings

Football   The North Allegheny Tiger Football program received a great honor, with ten of its players being named to Northern...  Read More »

December 4, 2014 • 0 comments

Sports News (Week of 11/10/14)

Sarah Heastings

Ice Hockey The NA Tiger Ice Hockey team earned a hard fought victory against the Central Catholic Vikings. Junior Paul Gonchar scored the game winning goal in OT,...  Read More »

November 12, 2014 • 0 comments

NASH Sports (10/27/14)

Cory Pullen

Ice Time The Boys Ice hockey team is rolling through their regular season at 4-1 so far 5 games in. They have won by a season margin of 22-9 points, and their only...  Read More »

October 29, 2014 • 0 comments

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The Place is the new place to be

The Place is the new place to be

Cory Pullen

Here at North Allegheny, the average student may find themselves out of the loop. They may think to themselves, “What’s today’s date?” or “We had homework in that...  Read More »

December 8, 2014 • 0 comments

Variations

Variations

Kate Walsh

Variations Our school is fortunate enough to issue a Variations book every year. The Variations  is run by Mrs. Esposito and Mrs. Lombardi. The Variation book allows the...  Read More »

October 8, 2014 • 0 comments

The Spring Musical Has Already Begun

The Spring Musical Has Already Begun

Alberto Sewald

“Auditions are always nerve-wracking,” says NASH senior Lindsey Davis, “but I think it’s fun.” This past Saturday, students flocked to school to partake in the exciting...  Read More »

October 2, 2014 • 0 comments

Rain Boots in the Rainforest

Sarah Heastings

Lush green vegetation covers the landscape and the enticing melodic tones of the spanish language glides on the passing breeze. Costa Rica: a culture, a home, a world so different...  Read More »

September 10, 2014 • 0 comments

Francs’ Take France

Josie Mlakar

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September 10, 2014 • 0 comments

“Chase the Monkey”

Cory Pullen

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September 10, 2014 • 0 comments

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