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The Student News Site of North Allegheny Intermediate High School

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The Student News Site of North Allegheny Intermediate High School

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Dongs Creatures of the Day have been helping to spread positivity and smiles during a difficult time.
Creature of the Day Brings Positivity in the Pandemic

In the midst of a time of extreme fear and uncertainty, one student found a unique way to bring a bit of daily positivity--pictures  of cheerful,...

Amy Schneider is breaking records and barriers during a dominant Jeopardy! run.
Amy Schneider Breaks Jeopardy Records

Jeopardy! contestant Amy Schneider is breaking records and setting new ones and, in the process, redefining how the world thinks of the trivia...

Peng Shuai competes at the 2010 US Open.
The Search for Peng Shuai

When any famous figure goes missing, there is a natural uproar politically and in the media. Peng Shuai, a three-time Olympian and world-renowned...

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Naviance has become a symbol of anxiety about the future for some students.
The Dreaded Question : What Do You Want to Do When You Grow Up?
Kyra Schmidt, Staff Writer • January 20, 2022

Just a few years ago highschool students all throughout North Allegheny School District (NASD) were sitting in their elementary school classrooms, writing down what they would want to do when they grew up.  NASD uses a method of integrating students' futures within their...

The urge to check Tyler constantly leads to mental health issues for many students.
The Correlation Between Tyler SIS and Student Mental Health
Lucas Pater, Staff Writer • January 19, 2022

With the technology students in North Allegheny have access to, a student’s entire transcript and current grades are just one click away. Along...

For many teens, choosing to be on social media also means learning to how to process everything that comes with it.
Balancing the Good and Bad of Social Media
Isabella Gauntner, Staff Writer • January 10, 2022

Despite the stereotypes regarding teens and social media use, high school students say they do recognize that there is good and bad to using...

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COVID Testing has become difficult as cases surge. Test Pooling can help solve that.
Covid Test Pooling Can Save Millions of Lives
Collin Wang, Staff Writer • January 24, 2022

Much like the beginning of 2020, the United States is experiencing yet another wave of COVID-19. This time though, it’s with the Omicron variant, a more transmissible version of the virus. According...

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Shawn Mendes onstage in Pittsburgh, PA during a concert in 2019.
Availability of Live Music Aggravating Teenagers
Kara Partridge, Staff Writer • January 25, 2022

Live music is a place of sanctuary that makes people feel as thrilled as ever, but musicians can’t tour every city and country across the world.  When the public’s favorite artists or bands don’t...

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A CG image of the JWST after successful deployment.  The telescope is expected to give scientists an unprecedented look at the cosmos.
James Webb Space Telescope ; A Gateway to the Cosmos
Will Carney, Staff Writer • January 21, 2022

With $9.7 billion dollars spent over a span of 24 years, the next generation of astronomy is here with NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope.  The James Webb Space Telescope had been under development...

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Evan Lyon and MJ Schwemmer jersey swamp after one of their NABA games.
NABA Season Comes in Stronger than Ever
Greta Mott, Staff Writer • January 18, 2022

North Allegheny Basketball Association is all the rage during winter.  NABA Athletes enjoy the stressless outlet of basketball. North Allegheny students love participating and competing against each...

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All About Trucks
January 13, 2022
What Are NAI Students Doing for Halloween?
October 28, 2021
The Null - Ep. 1
October 20, 2021