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Michael Iyali Runs to the Finish

Michael Iyali Runs to the Finish

Jennifer Anima, Reporter

October 15, 2019

Michael Iyali has been the most successful when it comes to the 2019 Fall Sports. This season, Iyali has won three races and has placed second in the following two. Although Iyali is one of the most successful athletes at the moment, his reason for running is not based on winning the race but the rea...

Importance of Fine Arts in Schools

Maleah Evans, Reporter

October 11, 2019

Fine art is creative art whose products are meant to be appreciated solely for their imaginative, aesthetic, or intellectual content. The traditional categories include, literature, visual, graphic, plastic, decorative, performing, music, and architecture. Each of these categories have specific ex...

Open Street 2019

Henry Howell

October 4, 2019

Since 2017 Open Streets ICT has been closing streets in Wichita in an effort to promote physical activity. This ranges from biking, walking, to things like dancing and yoga. On September 22nd this year, Douglas Avenue was closed. It was shut down from Bluff Street in College Hill all the way down to...

Clark finds calling at North

Jennifer Anima-Valdez, Reporter

October 1, 2019

North Entrepreneurs

Dorely Espinoza, Raul Reyes, and Alexa Almeda

September 27, 2019

Being a student at North High comes with being part of diverse activities.  Some students can be a part of sports like soccer and volleyball, while others can be art of clubs like halo and hip-hop. But some students choose to create their own business. First up we have a young entreprenuer named Ashley Gamez. Ashley is a junior who has a passion for nails. Ash...

Meet the Freshman Tennis Players.

Grace Claudio and Wendy Martinez

September 19, 2019

Tennis started on August 19, 2019. After two long weeks of tryouts, these two freshman were the only ones left, making Junior Varsity. The two freshman are Rodah Benji and Valentina Fierros. Benji said she just wanted to try something new for a change and thought of tennis because she has nev...

Cameras see more then eyes do 👀

Dorely Espinoza and Alexa Almeda

September 13, 2019

This 2019-2020 school year, our staff added at least 10 new cameras to the building, including 360 rotating cameras- two of them that rotate in every direction. The 360 cameras are located in the main hall. One of them is in the intersection of A hall and B hall. While the other is located in the main...

Carving The Way Out

Montzerrath Reyes, Writer

September 11, 2019

Airpods: Used for music or to display a social status

Airpods: Used for music or to display a social status

Karla Cardenas Pasten, Reporter

September 11, 2019

It doesn’t take more than two eyes to see the amount of students that wear Airpods. Originally made to listen to music, they’ve come to represent much more than that. Whether it’s to jam along with one’s favorite artist or display social status, the boundary between those two reasons has become bl...

Crocs make a come back

Crocs make a come back

Jennifer Anima, Reporter

September 3, 2019

Crocs have made a booming comeback in the last two years . Revenues have increased 9% and are expected to continue to increase up to 11%. Rumors have spread leading the world to think the only reason Crocs came back was due to them being “Ugly”. But is this the REAL reason crocs came back? Gathering...

First Week of School

Raul Reyes, Alexa Almeda, and Ivan Gallegos

August 29, 2019

The first week of school can become pretty hectic and can take some time getting used to it.  We asked some students and staff how their first week of school went, and below are their responses. School security Mock said she was very happy to be back. "It gets sad when there is no kids walking around...