Checking In: Students’ Thoughts on E-learning

Zoe Scheuerman, Reporter

May 7, 2020

E-learning has thrown a wrench in the student body’s end-of-semester plans, but despite COVID-19 and all of the serious health, financial, social, etcetera issues that have come with it, students are making the most of a difficult situation. Even though online learning has not been an ideal way to en...

How to Stay Busy When You’re Stuck at Home

Maggie Piercy

May 6, 2020

For the past few weeks we have been stuck at home but still (hopefully) staying busy with school. Now, with the year dwindling down and a whole summer ahead of us, we are still stuck at home, now with nothing to do. Here are some ways to keep yourself busy this summer when there are still limited th...

North Student Council Dates Fall 2019

Ava Mattox

September 4, 2019

School has gotten back into swing, and as the fall season approaches, you know what time it is! Homecoming season! Here are a few dates you need to know for Homecoming as well as some other important StuCo dates during this fall!   Sept. 17, 6 p.m. - Boys Soccer Game and Bonfire Sept. 19, 4 p...

Guess Whose First Kiss It Is

Guess Whose First Kiss It Is

Arianna Buehler, Reporter

February 12, 2019

Ever wonder about how some of your peers shared their first kiss? See if you can tie the story to the person! It was a party thing and it was a kiss with a lot of people. They all wanted to kiss me. I told them I was gay, so I didn’t have to kiss some of them. My first kiss was when I was 1...

ESports Takes Over North

Haley Prince, Reporter

October 18, 2018

Here at North High School we are fortunate enough to be one of the few schools to have an eSports club. In this club many students with the same interest, competitive gaming, come together to form a team. These students compete against many different schools and areas with the chance to earn scholar...

BHSN Baseball, Coming Of Age

Abby Cannon, Reporter

May 28, 2018

Long time friends Harry Delyanis and Dylan Steele are finally finding themselves, not only as baseball players, but as leaders, and as a result, they’re able to set an example for the younger players and establish a culture of respect and positivity, two philosophies that both Steele and Delyanis e...

March For Our Lives, D.C. Trip

March For Our Lives, D.C. Trip

Abby Cannon, Reporter

May 28, 2018

With Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Student Cameron Kasky’s powerful words Saturday, “Welcome to the revolution,” so began a new era. Not only was our generation coming of age, but a new political force was being unleashed. More than 50 students from Bloomington High Schools North and So...

Video Game Culture at North

Mulia Hermudia, Reporter

May 9, 2018

Bloomington North is a very diverse school in many ways. From ethnicities, to families, to nationalities, North students are a diverse crowd, even with video games. Personally, I have played video games since I was four years old, the first being Delta Force: Black Hawk Down. I had lots of fun playin...

United Students- An Overview

Mulia Hermudia, Reporter

February 15, 2018

What started as an unofficial club twenty years ago turned out to be one of the most notable clubs at North. United Students is a club where many students with different sexualities come together and talk in an open forum style. These talks range from personal stories to relationship advice and profiles of fa...

Snowy Fashion Through the Eyes of Ignorance

Donovan Seymour, Reporter

February 15, 2018

The world of fashion is a landscape of dangerous decisions, calculating creativity, and intriguing influences. Maneuvering this jungle of treacherous trends is something not many do, but for those who try success is a reward well worth it.   I talked to several students very entrenched in the fashion scen...


Rushtri Chatterjea, Cartoonist

February 13, 2018

Cougs on the Rise

Members of the Cougar football team stand on the sidelines, awaiting play to resume

Sydney Piercy, Reporter

September 18, 2017

Last Friday, in  the most publicized and attended high school football game in Bloomington, the North football team came head to head with South. South triumphed over North this year, the final score resting at 49 for the Panthers and 20 for the Cougars. However, this game was much more equally match...

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