The Prowler

Last one, best one

Katrina Nalle, News Editor May 8, 2024

Monochromatic. ​​/ˌmänōkrəˈmadik/ adjective: “having or consisting of one color or hue” (Merriam-Webster).    “Monochromatic” was the name of my freshman year winter guard...

Lenses, labs, lessons learned

Dylan Budd, Editor-in-Chief May 8, 2024

It’s inevitable that someone will ask why you’re interested in something, like a hobby, a major, or a career. So, what made me want to be in media? 10 dollars. Yes, 10 dollars.  One day, when...

Ban curbs free speech

Dylan Budd, Editor-in-Chief May 8, 2024

We’re in an election year. Climate change is only worsening. Congress is more divided than ever. I’m sure the American people are ecstatic to see Congress is working hard to make sure that the biggest...

Anxiety doesn’t have to win

Dylan Budd, Editor-in-Chief April 2, 2024

Oh, to be a kid again; endless energy, lack of responsibility, and an undying shamelessness in being yourself. Life is amazing, until a new emotion settles in: anxiety.  Look at any North student,...

Champagne problems

Alexandra Eydenberg, Feature Editor February 8, 2024

Time magazine  ‘Person of the Year’ has been awarded to individuals such as Charles Lindbergh, Mahatma Gandhi, Winston Churchill, Martin Luther King and Volodymyr Zelensky.  Joining that  rarified...

Swift approval

Sue Ellen Damato, Sports Editor February 8, 2024

  Taylor Swift  dominated last year. As an American singer and songwriter, she has climbed the music charts since her first self-titled album was released in 2006. Many people call her music catalog...

NBA faces loads of rest

Dylan Budd, Editor-in-Chief February 7, 2024

At every professional basketball game, there is bound to be a “first-timer”,a little kid entering an arena, with a miffed dad ready for a beer and pretzel after hours of “are we there yet?” in...


Alexandra Eydenberg, Feature Editor December 14, 2023

When people think of staple Christmas movies, charming, whimsical fables like  “Elf” or tales filled with warm family bonds like“A Christmas Story” are conjured. What doesn’t come to mind is...

To die for

Dylan Budd, Editor-in-Chief December 13, 2023

In the second scene of the 1988 film “Die Hard” our protagonist, Detective John McClaine, hopes to reconcile with his estranged wife named Holly at her office party at Nakatomi Tower in California...

Numbers create connections

Quincy Lezondra, Staff Reporter October 30, 2023

Whoever said quality is more important than quantity clearly is on the lower rung of the social ladder. High school is a time to claim one’s spot at the top.   Over the course of the long...

True friends should be cherished

Sue Ellen Damato, Sports Editor October 30, 2023

Friendships and relationships with other people are essential parts of life, and high school is a great time to build them. Deciding whether or not to want two true friends or 20 fake friends is a decision...

‘Out’standing location

Sue Ellen Damato, Sports Editor September 26, 2023

Spending eight hours a day  in the school building is not enjoyable.  So, why would students want to spend one of the biggest events of the school year stuck in North’s hot, sticky, smelly  gym? ...

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