The Prowler

College freshmen need a dedicated work space

Learning to navigate college workload

Nicole Posont, Staff Writer May 18, 2021

  When stepping onto a college campus as a freshman, finding the way to the right lecture hall and feeling homesick aren’t the only challenges. Learning takes a new form, demanding students adapt...

North Staff says goodbyes

North Staff says goodbyes

Nick Pallotto, News Editor May 18, 2021

As the 2020-2021 school year comes to an end, so too, does the tenure of four dedicated North professionals.  English teacher Mary Goska, physical education teacher Jim Farber, geography teacher Elizibeth...

Libraries offer endless options of books to choose from, but as advancements in technology continue to have a grip on the world these shelves may be empty

Paper books with unwritten future

Nick Pallotto, News Editor May 13, 2021

“ I love books. I adore everything about them. I love the feel of the pages on my fingertips. They are light enough to carry, yet so heavy with the worlds idea. I love the sound of the  pages flicking...

A young skateboard enthusiast displays his skills at a contest held at Bott Community Park and hosted by Jerics Skateshop

State begins to open in time for summer activities

Nicole Posont, Staff Writer May 13, 2021

Summer is just around the corner, and the world is ready to make it one to remember. Staying Covid-safe while having the best summer ever is possible, thanks to advancements in science and healthcare.  With...

Smart money-saving tips for college freshmen

Liv Deguzman, Staff Writer May 13, 2021

As the weather becomes warmer, and the final days of high school fly by, college creeps up right around the corner for a majority of seniors. Looking at pricey tuition and figuring out when to start...

Fashion: what’s old becomes new again

Valerie Loeblich, Staff Writer May 13, 2021

We all have had that universal experience of looking at clothes in our parents’ closet, seeing old photos at their senior proms or at college parties, and thinking “What is that?” or “Wow! That...

Google released a feature that allowed users to play the popular 1970’s game Snake on April 1, 2019. This version though was a bit different, instead of a snake it was a train, and the goal was to pick up different passengers. The game could be played anywhere from San Francisco to Tokyo.

April Fool’s Day: a fascinating history

Nick Pallotto, News Editor March 25, 2021

As people around the globe logged onto their computers on Apr. 1, 2019, they were quite surprised to see the classic  70’s  game Snake on the Google homepage. Users could play from anywhere Why did...

The Fashion Club created “mood boards” for outfit inspiration at their Feb. 3rd meeting.

Fashion Club encourages individuality

Gianna Feminis, Co Editor-in-Chief and Sports Editor February 12, 2021

A New Year brings new after school activities, and the Fashion Club is North’s latest edition.  “It officially became a club on January 5, 2021, and our first meeting was on January 20,” junior...

College Interview Season is Here

College Interview Season is Here

Maddy Mirallegro, Co-Editor in Chief February 12, 2021

For soon to be graduated senior Mia Bernasol the college application one was stressful. She had to take in consideration many different schools that benefited her wish to play golf in college and benefited...

Students have to create their own study spaces during remote learning

Students feel online learning stress

Mikey McGuire, Online Editor January 19, 2021

Ten months ago, the education metrics changed for American students.  School districts are now tasked with the challenge of providing their students with an education and keeping them safe.  This...

Children take advantage of heavy snowfall at a Plainfield Park.

Winter activities

Kelly Lynch, Features Editor January 19, 2021

From sledding to snowboarding and snow forts to snowball fights, many people enjoy the snow. Everyone is outside having a fun time in the snow. Numerous winter activities available for people who like...

Casey bonds with students over similar passion

Paige Collins, Staff Writer December 30, 2020

Lindsay Casey, a chemistry teacher who loves the complicated intricacies of chemistry, also indulges in conversations about the occasional recent video game that has been released.  Video games peaked...

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