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Jackson Blackwell and Preston Anderson December 11, 2023

Across the nation, countless amounts of food have been trashed by high school students. According to researchers from Penn State University, over fifty percent of food served is wasted by students. That’s...

The festivities behind Saint Patricks Day. Photo by: Maria Bates

What are Some Common Traditions and what was the True Saint Patrick’s Day Celebration?

Maria Bates, Staff Writer March 17, 2023

The origin of St. Patrick’s Day begins in Ireland back in 1631. Saint Patrick escaped from being a slave and returned to Ireland. Upon his return, he was considered a symbol for bringing Christianity...

Labossiere Art is a local business which sells t-shirts and stickers. Photo submitted by: Malika Labossiere.

Labossiere Art

Elizabeth Wood, Features Editor February 24, 2023

High school is a time when students long to express themselves. For many artists, this is difficult, as materials are often pricey. A solution to this problem, which many students have discovered, is starting...

Top 6 best Christmas desserts. Photo by: Kinley Waltman

Top 6 Christmas Desserts

Kinley Waltman, News Editor December 16, 2022

Christmas is a time for celebration and joy, and one way to add to festivity is by enjoying delicious desserts. Christmas treats are often enjoyed with family and friends, adding to the sense of warmth...

Escape the heat and get in the summer groove with these four fan favorites! Photo by Harkins Theater.

Four Movies to Get You in the Summer Groove

Ashleigh Martin, Staff Writer May 10, 2022

School is almost out, which means no more massive workloads, no insanely early curfews, and no more staying up late finishing projects or studying for tests. There are plenty of activities you can do over...

As 2020 came to a close, it marked the end of a monumental year in history. From popular icons passing away and natural disasters to new discoveries, a lot has occurred in the year 2020. Photo collage by Melody Scott.

Saying Goodbye to 2020: Five Things You May Have Missed During the Year

Melody Scott, Editor-in-Chief January 17, 2021

As the ball dropped on Jan. 31, 2020, people across the nation and globe celebrated the end of a monumental year. From the COVID-19 outbreak to Presidential and Senate elections, 2020 was one for the books....

The finished shortbread cookies. Photo by: Micayla Peters

Scrumptious Shortbread Cookies

Micayla Peters, Staff Writer December 15, 2020

Christmas is right around the corner, so why not start it off with some sweet, delicious, simple and easy to make cookies? These crispy, buttery cookies melt in your mouth just like snow. They are topped...

The High Art Museum has been posting weekly challenges to keep people entertained at home. Week one was to recreate art from the museum, using items around the house; I recreated a photography piece by Clarence Laughlin. (Photo by Grace Wood)

Top Ten Ways to Stay Entertained in Quarantine

Grace Wood, Editor-in-Chief May 3, 2020

For over a month now, we have not been able to go to school or even go see our friends hardly because of quarantine, but it does not mean we can’t have a little fun cooped up in our own homes. Here is...

Students, parents and teachers in Forsyth County are learning that the differences between online and normal school are much greater than they ever imagined.

Online School vs. Normal School

Elizabeth Wood, Staff Writer March 30, 2020

School is stressful! Everyone has those days when nothing seems to go right because your mind is so into your work. Since our school transitioned to online learning due to COVID-19, everyone seems to be...

VSCO Girls have taken the internet by storm with their cheesy phrases and unique style.

How to be a VSCO Girl

Daphni Torres, News Editor September 23, 2019

VSCO is an app where people can post photos and showcase their creative side through the art of photography. Here are some of the few steps to follow in order to fully embrace the VSCO girl aesthetic.  Step...

“Brigadoon” Brings Down the Stage

Anna Goellner, Literary Magazine Editor April 30, 2019

Triple Threat, the highest level of North’s theater  program, put on the renowned musical “Brigadoon” from April 11 through April 13. After months of hard work and preparation, the students...

The NFHS percussion group went to Dayton, Ohio on April 9 for the WGI Percussion World Championships. They are dressed in Hawaiian attire to support their theme, “A Taste of Summer.” (Picture is from Andrea Escobar.)

NFHS’ Drumline Travels to Ohio for World Finals

Cynda Allen, Staff Writer April 29, 2019

On April 9, 2019, North Forsyth High School’s Drumline traveled to Dayton, Ohio, for the WGI Percussion World Championships. They left the high school at 3 p.m. that afternoon to embark on an eight-hour...

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