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North Forsyth Was In High Spirits Last Week

Students and staff dressed up everyday for spirit week last week to show their school support and they did a wonderful job.

Carena Ravenel, Staff Writer

October 25, 2018

North Forsyth students and staff went all out last week for their annual spirit week. On Monday Disney day commenced, Disney princesses and Mickey ears could be seen around every corner. The halls became magical with glitter and smiles. Fanny packs and Hawaiian button downs fulfilled their true...

Real Versus Artificial Christmas Trees: Which Are You?

The choice of Christmas trees are based on family holiday tradition. Many families enjoy the experience of choosing a real tree. Other families enjoy the convenience of an artificial tree.

Bella Angell, Features and Opinion Editor

December 20, 2017

Are you a real Christmas tree person or an artificial tree person? Most people have a definite opinion on this subject, and it usually stems from what kind of tree their families have. There are many thoughts and opinions on Christmas trees based on different benefits. “Real trees smell good and...

Wizard of Oz

: The Wizard of Oz is coming to theater Wednesday, March 25 at 7:00 PM. The show will be performed six times, so do not miss your opportunity to join in tradition. Tickets are going quickly and may sell out soon!

Perri Rabbitt, Staff Writer

March 27, 2015

Grab some friends and follow the yellow brick road to the Performing Arts Center to see “The Wizard of Oz.” You will be absolutely blown away by the talent, music, children as Munchkins, and special flying effects. North Forsyth puts on “The Wizard of Oz” once every four years, so don not miss...

New Year’s Resolutions

“Resolve to make each day the beginning of a new year, a new morning, a new adventure.” said Debbie Carroccio. Every sunset wipes away all the mistakes from this day and every sunrise presents us with a clean slate. Every day is an opportunity to improve, to set goals, and to chase dreams. We no longer have to wait for a New Year to begin again, the opportunities become limitless in the present moment as soon as we realize they are.

Rachel McCord, Staff Writer

January 28, 2015

“Making resolutions is a cleansing ritual of self assessment and repentance that demands personal honesty and, ultimately reinforces humility. Breaking them is part of that cycle.” While the words of Eric Zorn, a columnist for the Chicago Tribune, are humorous, the unfortunate truth is that, for...

Dressed in Death

Many other traditions have withered and died away, but the traditions of the Torajan people continue to live on today.

Allen Carter, Staff Writer

March 3, 2014

In the United States, there are several ways to deal with the dead which are deemed socially acceptable.  The two most common would be cremation or a typical burial in which a body is placed in a coffin and buried some six feet under the ground for the rest of eternity.  However, there are many other...

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