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Senior Tyler Triche looked up to his parents shortly before thanking them in his speech (Photo by Sydney Jarrard).

Hip Hip Hooray for Signing Day at North

Sarah Treusch, News Editor November 16, 2021

Senior athletes celebrated their commitment to play a college-level sport on Wednesday, Nov. 10 in the PAC from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Starting with softball and ending with baseball, each coach described their...

The road up to Anthony Greysons home during rainfall.
Photo by Protect the Harvest.

The Faceless

Dylan Brons, Staff Writer November 16, 2021

I write this in a moment of my own clarity; a time that I am not consumed by the fears of what has passed. I beseech you, then, spurn my writing. Get rid of it. Do not read any of those haunting words,...

Why not eat ice cream this year as a Thanksgiving dessert? 
(Photo by: Lonely Planet)

Traditional vs. Non-traditional Thanksgiving Desserts

Kiera Walker, Opinion November 16, 2021

Traditional desserts for Thanksgiving are usually pumpkin pie, apple pie, or pecan pie. Have you ever wanted to break away from the traditions and serve something different? Sweets like chocolate pie,...

Jim Hawkins sitting on the bowsprit of the RLS Legacy. Photo Source: Treasure Planet

After 19 Years, “Treasure Planet” is Still Great!

Kai Shabman, Literature Editor November 15, 2021

On Nov. 27, 2002, the movie “Treasure Planet” was released under the Walt Disney name. Directed by Ron Clements and John Musker, it was one of the more underrated animated Disney movies in comparison...

Be prepared for what you need for the SAT and ACT. Photo by Emmelyn Harrison created on Canva .

Upcoming SAT/ACT Test Dates & What You Should Know

Emmelyn Harrison, Staff Writer November 15, 2021

The United States uses the SAT, a standardized test, for college admission by testing high school students' readiness for college. The SAT sections include math, evidence-based reading and writing and...

For Thanksgiving and Christmas, clubs have a variety of holiday-based service hour opportunities for their members. Not only that but other organizations within the school have similar activities planned as well. 

Junior Tucker Lea working in the Raider Station. Photo by Sarah Treusch.

Club Service Hour Opportunities: NEHS, NHS, Beta Club & More!

Cynda Allen, Editor-in-Chief November 10, 2021

As the end of the first semester approaches, plenty of clubs are offering service hour opportunities. There are also other school-wide events taking place. National English Honors Society, National Honors...

Special Education teacher and Track & Field coach Kelsey Ballou and sophomore Dylan Garonzik sitting in-between station breaks. Photo by Kelsey Ballou.

Forsyth County Resumes the Special Olympics Following the COVID-19 Pandemic

Cynda Allen, Editor-in-Chief November 8, 2021

On Friday, Oct. 29, the Forsyth Special Olympics occurred inside the Central Park Recreation Center. The event lasted from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. North Forsyth, East Forsyth, South Forsyth, West Forsyth,...

Senior Bentley Wheeler celebrates his win to advance to the Class 7A State Tournament. Photo By: Sydney Jarrard.

Leave It on the Mat: 2021-2022 Wrestling Outlook

Madison Lamons, Staff Writer November 3, 2021

As the coaches and wrestlers prepare for the new season, they believe it will be “super-duper swagalicious” as said by Coach Joshua Montesinos. Wrestlers have been practicing after school since the...

Valerie and Aubrey at the bar as Jim sleeps behind them
Photo by: Tin Can Bros

Freeman’s Town

Kai Shabman, Literature Editor November 2, 2021

Connor Delaney’s car breaks down outside a dustbowl town called Freeman’s Town. The place isn’t on many maps and has a small population of less than a hundred and that holds a big secret. He walks...

Junior Emma Treece performing as Sister Robert Anne in “Nunsense.” Photo by: Sydney Jarrard.

North Forsyth’s Theater Presents: “Nunsense”

Madison Lamons, Staff Writer November 2, 2021

Forsyth County’s One Act Competition was held at Denmark High School on Thursday, Oct. 28. One of North’s crew members, Junior Maddox Brock, described the competition as a “highly popular celebration...

A map of Georgia’s counties shows the peak movement of deer by week in relation to the rut, time change and drop in temperatures. Photo By: Georgia DNR.

Breaking Down the Peak Movement of Deer and What It Means For Hunters

Brodie Mizer, Staff Writer October 27, 2021

The final weeks of October mark the time in which deer hunting begins to heat up. The drop in temperatures and upcoming rut have deer on their feet and moving. This provides those in the woods the best...

Horror movie aficionados Ice Nine Kills return with a sequel to their last album, “The Silver Scream.” “Welcome to Horrorwood” follows a fictional homicide case. Album art by Ice Nine Kills (artist unknown).

A Killer New Album: Ice Nine Kills “Welcome to Horrorwood”

Cynda Allen, Editor-in-Chief October 27, 2021

“Sit back for the sequel of your dreams,” as Ice Nine Kills frontman, Spencer Charnas, puts it. Prepare for a bigger, bolder and bloodier musical project.   On Oct. 15, the Massachusetts-based...

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