Abby Tompoles

Rhiannon Swanson, Opinion Editor

October 30, 2018


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With the month of October comes spooky costumes, chilling tales of monsters, and ghost stories. Whether a person believe in spirits or not, it can be interesting to listen to the tales of people who have encountered them. “I was with my friend Rhiannon and we went to explore the outside of an abandoned...

Richard Moung

Nadia Hernandez, Features Editor

October 30, 2018


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“Everything went quiet, which felt weird, and I went to look behind me...” said junior Richard Moung. Moung is one of the few who have encountered a paranormal experience. In his personal story, Moung saw a mysterious presence. “I had a weird feeling that I was not alone, but I was the only one...

Artists draw for Inktober

Artists draw for Inktober

Claire Armstrong, Features Editor

October 30, 2018


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October is the time of year for many scary activities, but Halloween is not the only thing to look forward to. There is also a month-long event that artists at the school are getting involved in called Inktober. This event appeals to any who enjoy art and drawing. Participants receive one prompt per...

Kyle Heuer

Isaiah McIntyre, Features Editor

October 30, 2018


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One of North’s very own works at Six Flags Fright Fest during the months of September and October. Senior Kyle Heuer has been working at Six Flags for two years. He dresses up as a henchman clown during Fright Fest, scaring people throughout the night. Heuer works around 30 hours on weekends. “It...

Coach works at Wrigley Field

Gracie Schultz, Production Editor

October 30, 2018


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Alongside his teaching job, teacher Rob Caliendo enjoys working with the grounds crew at Wrigley Field in the summer and on the weekends. While working at Wrigley, every day can be a little different, and that makes the job special to many people. “On the first day, we went and we cleaned up the...

Student creates Gaming Club

Ian Doyle, Managing Editor

October 30, 2018


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Everyone has barriers in their life. It takes work for someone to push boundaries and get somewhere they want to be or make the change they want to see. Victoria Frederichs has made a push in her years here at North to create something she really cares about. Through years of hard work, Frederichs has...

La Classe de AP Français à Chicago Art Institute

La Classe de AP Français à Chicago Art Institute

La Classe de AP Français

October 30, 2018


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Il y a deux semaines notre classe de AP est allée à Chicago Art Institute. Nous sommes allés avec les élèves de Central. Nous avons commencé avec la visite guidée à Chicago Art Institute. Elle durait 1h30. Ce n’était pas la premiere fois que nous sommes allés la-bàs, mais chaque fois quand...

Candidate shares experience of working on a campaign

Nadia Hernandez, Features Editor

October 30, 2018


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Candidates all over the nation are preparing for Election Day. Nominees are working hard to assemble their campaigns and advocate for themselves. Their journey to winning is complicated, harsh, and tiresome, but State Representative candidate Trisha Zubert shares how it all becomes worth it. “I have...

Eine Reise nach Madison und Oktoberfest

Eine Reise nach Madison und Oktoberfest

Julianna Bennett, Antonette Appel, Lauren LLanes-Smith & Rowdy Kram

October 30, 2018


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Hallo! Wir sprechen zu dir, denn wir haben Schüler aus Österreich hier. Die Schüler kommen aus Innsbruck, Österreich und sind hier für 10 Tage. Sie sind alle glücklich hier. Ein Mädchen, Jade sagt “Alle Schüler auf North sind sehr nett und lustig.” Die Schüler aus Österreich gehen zum Oktoberfest,...

Students get involved in election judging

Emily Huculak, Sports Editor

October 30, 2018


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On the morning of November 6, students will arrive at their assigned voting site and start the process of helping with the election. “I volunteered because I thought it was a cool opportunity and would look good on college applications and my resume,” said senior Kelly Spindler. “Volunteering...

Teachers share importance of voting to students

Jasmine Monda, Staff Reporter

October 30, 2018


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In this year’s election, teenagers are getting registered to vote and be a part of America’s democracy. Every year, more and more students are encouraged to register to vote for the election. There is a voting booth set up in the school for everyone to make the process easier. “It’s pretty easy,...

Homecoming 2018

Nadia Hernandez, Features Editor

September 27, 2018


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