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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

NA Eye

Threads set records for user sign-ups in its first week.

X vs. Threads: The Takeover

Kyle Byrne, Writer October 12, 2023

Threads, the newly developed microblogging service from Meta, is paving the way to a new era of social media with its highly anticipated release and leaves X, formerly known as Twitter, in the dust as...

One of the ASML machines that make semiconductors. These machines can not be sold in China.

Inside the Chip War

Karthik Ramadugu, Staff Writer October 4, 2023

A new cold war has started, and it all has to do with computer chips. China and the West are in a new match, and they will go to their absolute limits just so their opponents won’t get an advantage. The...

Ms. Hannah Deichler is excited to join the English Department at NAI.

New Teacher: Ms. Deichler

Addey Kane, Staff Writer September 21, 2023

NAI hired a new English teacher with warm and welcoming arms, and her name is Ms. Hannah Deichler. Many students were puzzled to find that their English teacher this year was Deichler. Students had asked...

Jason Grilli, a former Pittsburgh Pirates closer, has his jerseys mounted on his wall by Wexford Handyman.

Small Business Spring Up in Aftermath of COVID

Levi Parrott, Staff Writer May 19, 2023

Andrew Parrott, who is a senior managing partner and senior project manager of Wexford Handyman Company , shared some insight of how during covid, he switched from working at PNC bank, then Edward Jones,...

Behind the Scenes of Mr. Sable

Behind the Scenes of Mr. Sable

Sarina Luke, Staff Writer May 17, 2023

Among the sea of new faces that populate the halls of NAI every year, there are also new teachers.  Many, like new Choral teacher Bryan Sable, have interesting backstories about their life before they...

Phys. Ed teacher Dave Schmidt with his wife.

It’s a (Teacher) Love Story!

Faith Myers, Staff Writer May 10, 2023

Most of us love a good-rom com. Watching people meet for the first time and them feeling butterflies and infatuation, or maybe the opposite. But it’s not only in the movies that you see this in, it happens...

NAI student Boden demonstrates how he has seen students hiding their phones to scroll through Instagram during class.

False Images, Real Damage: NAI Students On Social Media

Grace Thomas, Staff Writer May 9, 2023

After watching a documentary in my English class, I found I had a lot of doubts about the role of social media in my own life that I had never bothered to explore before.  Briefly discussing the topic...

The autistic community uses an infinity symbol to represent themselves. Although popular with people outside the community, the puzzle piece symbol is seen as offensive.

The Importance of Autism Acceptance Month

Addison Shepard, Staff Writer May 4, 2023

April is Autism Acceptance month, a very crucial time in a world where autism is still largely misunderstood. During this month, autistic people can let their voice be heard, and those without it can listen...

Mr. Warner (left) and Mr. Hull (right) discuss their opposing views on AI.

Should We Say Goodbye to AI?

Hope Bolibruck and Tatiana Kwasinski April 28, 2023

AI is beginning to take over many aspects of life, including school. The tool consists of various highs and lows that create good discussions and controversy over the new found Artificial Intelligence. Students...

Learning to drive comes with plenty of dangers and lots of stress.

Student Driver: Please Be Patient

Izzy Costa, staff writer April 18, 2023

Many newly 16-year-olds’ first time behind the wheel is panic-stricken and frantic. Fortunately, there is truly nothing to worry about…most of the time. New drivers often start out in a DMV parking...

Mr. Ringer and NAs Comp-Sci program are extremely popular among students.

Staff Spotlight: Mr. Ringer

Jack Bertram, Staff Writer March 24, 2023

Every teacher has a unique background. Whether it is a simple series of events or a complex journey, it led them to where they are today. Jonathan Ringer, a computer science teacher at North Allegheny,...

An early morning school bus is stopped with lights flashing in the morning fog. A student is about to board the bus. Traffic waits.


Hallie Dong, Photography Editor March 20, 2023
I have had to quit my sport because most of the practices were later in the evening, so I couldn't get enough sleep and do them at the same time.
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