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Saint Patrick’s Day: Is it celebrated at NBW?

March 16, 2018 5:45pm | Lauryn Lieske

Have you been feeling unlucky recently? Well, Saint Patrick’s Day is approaching soon on March 17th, so be ready to indulge and share this newly found good fortune with your friends and family. Saint Patrick’s Day is actually a religious holiday, but it is now […]

ACT Tips

February 20, 2018 8:45pm | Angela Pluta

The ACT is a very important test that all juniors take in spring. It helps to determine the future of colleges and possibly jobs. Understanding the basic format of the ACT can help you to your advantage, the english portion has 75 questions and 45 […]

NBW “Guys and Dolls” Preview

January 30, 2018 8:13pm | Gabrielle Bennett

“It’s energetic, it’s romantic, and it’s a lot of fun. A very enjoyable show.” says Nicholas Stockero, who plays Benny Southstreet in Guys and Dolls. Guys and Dolls is a musical, the book written in 1950 by Abe Burrows and Jo Swerling and the music […]

AP Art, Photography Students Visit Chicago

January 16, 2018 8:24pm | Lauryn Lieske

AP Art and Photography students recently took a class trip to Chicago to explore all of the different sites to see the different types of art. While at Chicago, art students participated in the following: taking the Metra Train to Chicago, walking in downtown Chicago, […]

Elementary School Nostalgia

January 11, 2018 8:17pm | Teagan Gumina

There are several collectables that aren’t as popular today as they used to be. These inventions were on popular demand following its release into stores but became less seen once new inventions came out. These souvenirs range from Silly Bandz to Rainbow Loom. Rob Croak […]

The Last Jedi Pushes Beyond the Known Limits of The Force

December 18, 2017 3:19pm | Connor McKenzie

Star Wars The Last Jedi redefined the new Star Wars movies because of it’s plot, character development, music, lighting, camera angles, filming sites, and dialogue. This all paid off big time when The Last Jedi made $45 million on Thursday night and $104.8 million Friday […]

Wacky Ways to Get Luck

December 7, 2017 4:19pm | Gabby Bennett

Superstitions are wacky ways to get luck, no matter if it is good or bad. From crossing your fingers to walking under ladders many of these popular superstitions have unusual origins. Many people don’t consider themselves superstitious, yet take part in superstitious habits that they […]

Fire Chasers

December 7, 2017 3:53pm | Trinity Krueger

In the earlier month of October 2017, wildfires had gotten much worse, and are still affecting California and the people living in California. The wildfires are spreading faster than firefighters can handle. Although the firefighters in California are working extra hard to stop the wildfires, […]

Justice League Review

December 5, 2017 2:16pm | Joey Radish

The Man of Steel, Batman V. Superman, Suicide Squad, and Wonder Woman are the DCEU (DC Extended Universe) movies that have been leading up to Justice League.  Sadly some of these movies had negative reviews. For example, Suicide Squad scored a 26% on Rotten Tomatoes […]

Gaming Season

November 29, 2017 3:03am | Nate Siegman

Gaming season is upon us! Gaming season is a time every fall where almost all of the big games release and new big games are announced. With games like Cuphead, Call of Duty WWII and Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon appearing during this season, […]