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  • Registrations for the PSAT exam are due to the NAI Counseling Office by October 10.
  • The first Multi-Cultural Student Union meeting of the year will be held during homeroom on Friday, October 14 in the Counseling Conference Room.
  • The deadline to sign up for Best Buddies is Friday, October 7. See Ms. Grace or Mrs. Liebenguth for more information.
  • The NA GSA will hold it's first meeting after school on Wednesday, Oct. 12.
The Student News Site of North Allegheny Intermediate High School

NA Eye

The Student News Site of North Allegheny Intermediate High School

NA Eye

Know the Facts on Suicide Prevention Awareness

Know the Facts on Suicide Prevention Awareness

Jordyn Pschirer, Staff Writer September 29, 2022

Suicide remains a stigmatized and rarely spoken of topic in today's culture even though it’s a global issue of concern in many countries.  September’s Suicide Prevention Awareness month aims to change...

Plant Mythbusting - Part 2

Plant Mythbusting – Part 2

Eva Kynaston, Staff Writer May 26, 2022

Surprise! There are more plant myths to debunk. Here are some more tips that may help your plant journey.    Myth: Yellow leaves on your plant always means that it is dying.  While yellowing...

Teachers Previous Job - Mr. Rak

Teacher’s Previous Job – Mr. Rak

Eva Kynaston and Kiki Majerac May 23, 2022

What was an interesting previous job before teaching?  I worked for a few years at UPMC presbyterian down in Oakland, and I did patient transport, which is the people who push patients in the stretchers...

The rising juniors time at NASH is rapidly approaching

Why Junior Year is the Hardest

Lucas Pater, Staff Writer May 20, 2022

The fourth nine weeks brings students one step closer to summer break, but it also means that current sophomores’ time at NAI is quickly dissipating.  Many students share the feeling that junior...

Journey to Germany

Journey to Germany

Ruby Morris, Staff Writer May 10, 2022

This summer, Sophomore Claire Fiedler is going to spend 3 months studying abroad in Germany. She’s the only student in all of NAI to have this opportunity. The NAEYE reached out to her to ask some questions.    How...

Mr. Funka shares his thoughts about a job he had before becoming a teacher.

Teacher’s Previous Jobs – Mr. Funka

Eva Kynaston and Kiki Majerac May 4, 2022

What was an interesting previous job before teaching?  Not really “before” teaching, but I worked a number of summers taking pictures for a newspaper in Western New York.  I think it was 2010-2013...

Rosalind Franklins contributions to science are widely unknown.

Women Hidden in History: Rosalind Franklin

Hayden Cobbs, Staff Writer May 2, 2022

Rosalind Elise Franklin was born July 25, 1920 in London England, the second of 5 children, to Muriel Waley and Ellis Franklin. As a child she attended St. Paul’s Girls School before going to study physical...

Burning Out

Burning Out

Isy George, Staff Writer April 27, 2022

As the third nine weeks recently came to a close, it’s important to start the end of the school year on a good or at least reflective note. This past quarter has been rough, for students and teachers...

College applicants discover new guidelines and trends after COVID-19

College Admissions After the Pandemic

Aneri Shethji, Staff Writer April 25, 2022

While the pandemic seems as if it’s in the past, people are still seeing ramifications in their daily lives. Applying to college is one of the most monumental parts of high school, and the COVID-19 pandemic...

Upper Gym at NAI

Should Athletes Be Required To Do Gym Class?

Eva Kynaston, Staff Writer April 20, 2022

Student-athletes are becoming drained from having to do multiple workouts a day as school athletics get more competitive and gym classes become more intensive. This leads many athletes to wonder if gym...

Mr. Winschel

Teacher’s Previous Jobs – Mr. Winschel

Kiki Majerac and Eva Kynaston April 18, 2022

What was an interesting previous job before teaching?  The last full-time job I held prior to teaching (and during my first two years of teaching) was as a lab technician at a place called Geotechnical...

The black and gold lanyard is now standard as part of new hall pass restrictions.

Hall Passes: Good or Bad?

Collin Wang, Staff Writer April 7, 2022

“They’re going to take our phones at the beginning of the day.” “Our bathroom time is going to be limited”. These were just some of the rumors circulating around NAI in the week before the disciplinary...

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