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The Student News Site of North Allegheny Intermediate High School

NA Eye

The Student News Site of North Allegheny Intermediate High School

NA Eye

Huge numbers of people try to turn over a new leaf with New Years Resolutions.  So why dont they usually work?

New Year, New Me

Izzy Costa, Staff Writer February 2, 2023

Now that the holiday vacation is through, people are sprinting back to their hyper-productive New Year fantasies, where all their resolutions come true. According to Google, the top 5 New Year’s Resolutions...

Incoming freshman can feel like the whole school is against them.

Freshman Foibles

Tatiana Kwasinski, Staff Writer January 20, 2023

The social hierarchy of high school is as old as the institution itself and apparent in day-to-day socialization and in the tradition of hating on the newbies of the school. Not every freshman commits...

High School relationships should be fun, but also safe.

High School Dating Safety

Abby Schorr, Staff Writer January 11, 2023

I was once told by someone very important in my life that 2 of the most important things are safety and happiness, which is especially true in new high school relationships. Many high school students all...

The here today, gone tomorrow nature of fast fashion has material consequences.

Poisoning the Planet, in Style

Izzy Costa, Staff Writer December 19, 2022

Cheaply made clothes started flying off the virtual racks as the internet discovered the seemingly mild phenomenon that is fast fashion. With low prices and trendy dupes, these stores seemed like the best...

Andrew McLaughlin in the offices of the NASH Uproar, where he serves as Co-Editor-in-Chief.

Checking In with an NAEye Alumni

Addison Shepard, Staff Writer December 14, 2022

Senior Andrew McLaughlin has loved writing since he was in elementary school, even going so far as to start a school newspaper at Carson. Now in his senior year, the prolific writer reflects on his favorite...

All schools have initiatives and slogans to promote good behavior, but words arent always enough.

More Than Words

Kaitlin Cummins, Staff Writer December 9, 2022

“Be the Kind Kid,” is an initiative at North Allegheny encouraging people to be kind. People at North Allegheny are encouraged to make a difference because an initiative tells them to. Opinions on...

Like many stores, Wal-Marts Christmas display appeared right after Halloween this year.

‘Tis the Season?

Faith Myers, Staff Writer November 21, 2022

Halloween’s over, meaning only one thing…Christmas! Or does it? Some say it’s time to put up those holiday lights and let Mariah Carey sing out, but others say no way.  Most people love Christmas....

Theres one thing students never feel they have enough of: time.

The Irony of Free Time

Izzy Costa, Staff Writer November 18, 2022

Picture this. It’s 7:30 on a Wednesday night. You just finished 3 hours worth of mandatory assignments, and tomorrow's Math test is “going to be a breeze”. So… what now? Hobbies can be rare nowadays,...

Patsy Mink was a fierce advocate for equality and womens rights.

Women Hidden in History: Patsy Mink

Hayden Cobbs, Staff Writer November 17, 2022

Patsy Takemoto Mink was born in Paia, Hawaii territory, on December 6, 1927 to Mitama Tateyama Takemoto and Suematsu Takemoto as one of 2 children. After she graduated in 1944, she went on to go to Wilson...

For the first time at NA, a sophomore is taking AP US History, a class normally reserved for juniors.

Making (And Taking) History

Grace Thomas, Staff Writer November 16, 2022

For the first time in the history of NAI, a sophomore is taking AP US History, a course usually reserved for juniors instead of the typical social studies curriculum. This raises questions about the future...

Before game at Newman Stadium on September 9th.

One More Student Section?

Addey Kane, Staff Writer November 4, 2022

High school students glance over at the other side of the bleachers, during an NA football game, just to see another student section filled with middle schoolers. NA football games are known for their...

Students spend a lot of time worrying about grades, but what does that have to do with intelligence?

Making the Grade

Faith Myers, Staff Writer November 2, 2022

From being told to check their grades everyday and anxiously waiting for that test or quiz score to come in, grades are a big part of students' lives and some believe they’re not smart enough if they...

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