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“Seven Seconds” to binge watch

“Seven Seconds” to binge watch

By Taylor Mitchell, Staff Reporter

March 23, 2018


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The new Netflix original “Seven Seconds”  brings back the crime-justice fighting storyline we all love. The story is about Brenton Butler, a young African American with a mom who loves who him deeply and a dad that just wants the best for him, and how being at the wrong place at the wrong time l...

Police coordinate with district in wake of school shooting

By Michal Ruprecht, Abi Murray, and Cairington Stahl

March 14, 2018


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As junior Maria DiSanto walked the halls on Thursday, Feb. 15, one day after the shooting in Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, she felt a usual sense of safety at the sight of security guards. At the same time however, she felt as though the guards were only there as a result of ...

Michal Ruprecht

Michal Ruprecht

March 8, 2018


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Hi readers and random internet people, my name is Michal Ruprecht and I'm a senior, Editor-at-Large and member of the Editorial Board. I started my journalism career freshman year and have continued ever since, which makes this my fourth year on staff. I am in charge of training staff and making sur...

Paid to Play?

By Michal Ruprecht and Emily Widgren

February 28, 2018


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Senior Mario Lorelli is getting his brackets ready for the National Collegiate Athletic Association March Madness Competition in March. However, Lorelli, who will be playing Division III lacrosse at Wittenberg University, said there is a big issue usually overlooked by many fans. “March Madness ...

Allison Lackner

Allison Lackner

February 1, 2018


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Hey, it’s Allison! I’m a senior and this is my fourth year on the North Pointe staff. I’m the business manager and I love working on the paper because it gives me opportunities to do things I wouldn’t be able to do in a normal classroom. Others things I do at North include Choir, Link Crew, NHS,...

Nadia Fama

January 31, 2018


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Hi, my name is Nadia Fama and I am currently an intern for the North Pointe, trying to become a staff reporter. I joined the North Pointe for many reasons, but mostly because I love challenging myself and working hard, yet still having a blast. I want to strengthen my skills as a writer and journali...

Arzoo Chhaya

January 25, 2018


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Arzoo Chhaya is a sophomore and page editor to North Pointe. She joined this year because she wanted to explore her interest in journalism. She enjoys covering a variety of topics for North Student Media and has written for the yearbook too. She runs cross country in the fall and plays soccer in the sp...

Ray Jason

January 25, 2018


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Ray Jason joined the North Pointe this year as an intern. When he writes for the paper, you can oftentimes find his work on page six in the mini review section. More often than not, he can be found writing, whether it be for the paper, or writing a book, writing is his passion. In the past year he ha...

Hannah Zalewski

January 25, 2018


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  Hannah Zalewski is a sophomore and a first year staff reporter on the North Pointe. Along with being on the newspaper, Zalewski is a dedicated member of the french club and DECA. Currently, she is a captain of the junior varsity basketball team, as well as a member of the track and cross c...

Erin Kaled

Erin Kaled

January 24, 2018


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Hi! My name is Erin Kaled and I’m a senior. I’ve been on staff for four years and have been a digital editor for two years. I’m in charge of the website with Sonny Mulpuri. Next year, I plan on attending Macomb community college to complete my general education classes then transfer to Wayne State to...

Rory Angott

January 24, 2018


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Rory Angott is a sophomore and page editor on North Pointe. Aside from spending at least 75 percent of his time working on the North Pointe, he’s a politically obsessed teenager who loves to travel, particularly in and around his mother’s home country, Sweden. On top of that, because his mother is ...