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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

Spirit Weeks are supposed to be fun, so why dont more students participate?

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Hope Bolibruck , Staff Writer September 27, 2022

Spirit weeks are always part of the school year, but they have become something that very few students participate in which causes some needed change to happen.  They are normally held before a big...

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My whole life, I’ve always loved a good Romantic Comedy. They have shaped my mind from an early age to think of love as this magical, fairytale thing, and in a sense, love is exactly that. But, unfortunately,...

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Sunny Li, Staff Writer May 9, 2022

Introduction Communism--the political ideology from hell. The greatest fear of liberal America. The evil political system that will inevitably lead to suffering…at least, that’s what many assume. In...

Germany Bound

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Claire Fiedler, Staff Writer May 5, 2022

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North Allegheny Senior HighSchool

Junior Year? Bring It On!

Hania Ahmad, Staff Writer May 3, 2022

Part of graduating into the junior year is about getting older and closer to graduation, college, and your dream job. It is the year college admissions offices are most focused on. The year that...

Astrology is often used to exploit and manipulate people, especially women.

Astrology and Misogyny

Olivia Shubak, Entertainment Editor April 29, 2022

Commonly confused with astronomy, astrology is defined by Oxford Languages as “the study of the movements and relative positions of celestial bodies interpreted as having an influence on human affairs...

People listen to a wide range of genres, like classical, pop, and hip hop.  But music elitists are out to ruin them all.

Music Elitism

Ada Zhang, Staff Writer April 19, 2022

Music has always been an important aspect of my life. It helped me learn my ABC’s. It made swim practice bearable. It helped me find friends. Even now, it helps me focus while I study, vent...

The decision to crack down on hall passes isnt the right one for high school students.

Unfair Hall Pass Restrictions

Mikhaela Titus, Staff Writer March 25, 2022

NAI’s new hall pass procedures and restrictions make it seem as if we are back in middle school. We were told that in high school we would be given more freedom, but now those freedoms are being restricted.  While...

The School Counseling Office is a great resource for students struggling with issues of mental health.

What Schools Can Do to Help with Mental Health

Kaitlin Cummins, Staff Writer March 9, 2022

In a given year, up to 1 in 5 kids in the United States show symptoms of mental health disorders according to the NPR organization.  According to PBS news, in 2014 the federal government gave $48 million...

While its not discussed as much as homophobia, biphobia is still a large problem.


Hayden Cobbs, Staff Writer February 1, 2022

Many bisexuals, myself included, have been told that we need to choose a side, to pick, because we can’t like both.  Homophobia is something we all know of and something that most of the LGBTQ+ community...

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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...

For many people, the mask can no longer be separated from what it stands for, good or bad.

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Sunny Li, Staff Writer January 10, 2022

Mandating masks: a debate that has created and raised the tensions of two sides--”pro-maskers” and “anti-maskers.” But this debate has spiraled out of control, leaving the community in a never-ending...

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