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Preserving this house: Four administrators resign after 2024 school year
Preserving this house: Four administrators resign after 2024 school year
By Katie Madigan and Sasha Poradun June 7, 2024

One thing was certain for Principal Dr. Kate Murray, she was going to hand her own two children their diplomas when they walked across the North graduation stage. However,...

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Titus Kaphar's visit
By Isabella Boedeker and Lilly Kline May 29, 2024

Although Titus Kaphar’s visit has been in the works for a while, it became more urgent and necessary after a recent controversy regarding a...

Baltimore bridge collapse
By Isabella Boedeker and Lilly Kline May 10, 2024

On March 26, junior Colin Smith watched in shock and confusion as he saw the video recording of the Dali cargo ship colliding with the Francis...

Drafting Detroit pride
By Katie Madigan and Kate Kasuba May 9, 2024

As Honolulu Blue flooded the streets of Detroit on April 25-27, one aspect stood out to Detroit Sports Commission Deputy Director Marty Dobek...

Planting a fresh start
By Allie Mattes, Social Media Editor • May 9, 2024

  In 1990 the Grosse Pointe Woods City Hall planted crabapple trees to reflect an English garden, however, 40 years later, these closely planted...

Business vs. entertainment pay dynamics
By Erin Lee, Intern • April 30, 2024

On March 1, Rihanna received $6 million to perform at a wedding in India, prompting consideration of capitalism's role in society. This has formed...

Thinking out loud
By Sasha Poradun, Donell James, and Akasha Teel April 17, 2024

Introducing the Neuralink chip concept in March 2017, founder Elon Musk, aimed to connect human brains to the internet by devices controlled...

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     It’s the end of a sports era at North, with senior softball captain Natalie Babcock finishing her final few games, the decades-long streak of Babcocks’ representing the green and gold is coming to a close. Babcock has had a lot of success over the past four years making a couple of playoff runs, but none quite as deep and as memorable as last season. 	
    “Like last year, winning for basketball and softball was just amazing. It was a great experience. And then we got to go to state quarters, that was probably the best,” Babcock said. 	
     As one of the best athletes in the whole school Babcock has improved greatly over the past four years working with her coaches molding her into the player she is now. 	
     “Id probably say the coaches,” Babcock said. “Ive been on the team since I was a freshman, And they have made me grow to where I am today.”
The end of an era
By Ian DuVernay and Nick Saigh May 29, 2024

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In the D draft debrief
By Gabby Miller, Section Editor • May 22, 2024

Whether you missed the draft, chose not to watch it, or are devastated you couldn’t find parking and see it for yourself in Detroit, it’s...

Quick Hits
By Kelton Green, Intern • May 22, 2024

Boys track with Jaden Laster  Since the first meet on April 10 against Grosse Pointe South, senior captain Jaden Laster has been prepared...

Getting the ball rolling: Athletic Book Club begins
By Josie Chasiotis and Lindsey Grice April 30, 2024

In a small, quiet room of the library, a select group of athletes chosen for their leadership gather for the first time. In the Athletic Book...

Overcoming hurdles in girls track
By Sage Cole and Vinny Wilhelm April 19, 2024

Swiftly taking on the hurdles on and off the track, the girls track team has faced interruptions within their routine. Changes in the coaching...

Starting from scratch: State Champions hire new coach
By Allie Mattes, Josie Cueter, and Kate Kasuba March 11, 2024

After a memorable Division 2 State Championship win for the girls varsity soccer team, returning players suspect that this year is going to look...

Hail to the cheaters?
By Gabby Miller, Section Editor • February 29, 2024

Those who stayed became champions for University of Michigan Football’s Team 144.  Although they ended their season as National College...

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Michelle Stackpoole is excited for her husbands undetermined next step and what it will mean for their family. “I am looking forward to the possibility of his next job having more daytime flexibility and allowing him to be more involved at school with our sons Jack and Henry,” said Michelle Stackpoole
Going off air: A farewell to Brian Stackpoole
By Lilly Kline, Everley Aldridge, and Molly Lucido June 4, 2024

After 25 years, TV Production teacher, Brian Stackpoole, or “Stack” as his students know him, is signing off.  Since 1999, Stackpoole has...

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One step closer
By Elly Meteer, Mia Schultz, and Brandon Eshman May 23, 2024

College Night is an opportunity for students and parents to engage with colleges from all across the country and learn more about what they offer....

Making a change in the community
By Josie Chasiotis, Staff Reporter • May 22, 2024

As a nonprofit division of the Rotary organization, Interact Club aims to uplift the community through projects and activities offered to and...

Balancing the field and the classroom
By Eli Kociba, Staff Reporter • May 21, 2024

As the lacrosse ball arcs through the air, the sound of sticks clashing fills the field, echoing the intensity of the game. For Lauren Nixon,...

Sweet tooth science
By Sage Cole and Jolie Plewa May 10, 2024

For the last 14 years, students in Applied Med have participated in a project called “Sweet Tooth Science.” For this project, students are...

The impact of the viola
By Nour Zaki and Everley Aldridge May 7, 2024

Ever since he can remember, music has always been a constant factor in senior Ben Graham's life. From playing on his toy piano at the ripe age...

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