Islamic Youth Group Stays Active and Hopeful for Peace

Even before walking into Bloomington’s local Islamic Center, you can sense an aura of peace surrounding the mosque. There’s a nearby neighborhood, a playset outside the mosque, and people coming in and out of the busy center. The people walking around chat away, children are laughing while playing tag; there is no fear. Haifa Mohamed is a freshman at North and ...

News

Teacher Reflects on Tragic Accident Involving the Death of Bloomington Teen

Teacher Reflects on Tragic Accident Involving the Death of Bloomington Teen

Frances Sheets, Reporter

On Tuesday, Feb. 21, 18-year-old Anthony Andrews, known to friends as Big Byrd, was fatally shot in the neck at his friend’s home on South Camden Dr. Andrews was a s...

March 8

Power Behind the Hijab

Power Behind the Hijab

February 23

Humans of Bloomington

Humans of Bloomington

February 16

Hoosier Hills Wins First Place in Engine Competition

January 31

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Lit Mag

Isabel’s “Best of All Time” Book List

Isabel’s “Best of All Time” Book List

Isabel Garcia, Litmag Editor, Copy Editor

POETRY Crush Richard Siken Yale University Press, 2005   This is the first collection of poetry that I ever fell in love with. About Crush, Louise Gluck writes, "This is a book about panic. T...

February 21

isabel’s holiday playlist: the best indie christmas songs you’ve (n)ever heard, ranging from least to most obscure

isabel’s holiday playlist: the best indie christmas songs you’ve (n)ever heard, ranging from least to most obscure

December 16

Fall Litmag

October 30

Literary Magazine #1

October 1

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A&E

The Winter Sickness: The North Version

Tracy Lamptey, Reporter

There was a spike in the number of students that went home last month, February. Photo Credit: Sydney Piercy       If you have that ling...

March 24

Isabel’s “Best of All Time” Book List

Isabel’s “Best of All Time” Book List

February 21

Under the Blades and Above the Ice

February 2

Jermaine Lamarr Cole’s Latest Album 4 Your Eyez Only: Swooning Over the Originality and Heart

January 25

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Editorials

Promote Change through Listening

Jacob Taylor, Editor-In-Cheif

You can feel it when you walk in the front doors. A girl screams her opinion in another’s face. People whisper behind her back. A man pulls the raging boy off of the bo...

December 14

Editorial: Will Our Next President Live Up to Obama’s legacy?

October 17

Editorial: Revolutionizing the High School Newspaper

Editorial: Revolutionizing the High School Newspaper

October 3

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Student Life

The Winter Sickness: The North Version

Tracy Lamptey, Reporter

There was a spike in the number of students that went home last month, February. Photo Credit: Sydney Piercy       If you have that lingering feeling of sickness, then you’re not alone....

March 24

Broken But Healing: How I’m Moving Past My Sexual Assault

Annonymous

It was never supposed to be like this. I’m a junior now, but it all started in the sixth grade when I was first sexually assaulted. I was with a friend whose babysitter also babysat me. I started ...

March 24

Growing Up Mormon

February 24

Behind the Curtain of Muslim Culture

February 23

Power Behind the Hijab

Power Behind the Hijab

February 23

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Opinion

Growing Up Mormon

Kristen Bils, Reporter

“So how many mom’s do you have?” This is one of the questions people ask me when I tell them I’m a Latter-Day Saint (LDS) or Mormon. I don’t understand this st...

February 24

Behind the Curtain of Muslim Culture

Cece Burton, Reporter

Growing up and being taught to accept everyone is something that was beat into my head. Don’t judge someone by their race. Stay humble and be nice to everyone. If someone...

February 23

A FIRST HAND ACCOUNT: WHAT REALLY WENT DOWN IN D.C. LAST WEEKEND

A FIRST HAND ACCOUNT: WHAT REALLY WENT DOWN IN D.C. LAST WEEKEND

January 27

How I Starved Myself To Be Thin And Didn’t Find Happiness

January 18

isabel’s holiday playlist: the best indie christmas songs you’ve (n)ever heard, ranging from least to most obscure

isabel’s holiday playlist: the best indie christmas songs you’ve (n)ever heard, ranging from least to most obscure

December 16

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Sports

Despite Challenges, Lacrosse Team Forges Ahead

Despite Challenges, Lacrosse Team Forges Ahead

Arianna Buehler, Reporter

They step on the practice field. Wielding a 40-inch long stick with a knitted pocket on the end. If you have never seen a lacrosse stick before, you might be a little confused. They...

March 24

Pressure to Perform: Balancing Finals and Basketball

December 20

A Different Sort of Addiction: Sprint Racing

December 20

Transforming Concussion Awareness: Saving One Football Player at a Time

Transforming Concussion Awareness: Saving One Football Player at a Time

December 14

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