The Viking Saga

Opinion: Dress to Impress

Celeste Ortiz, Staff Writer

April 5, 2012

This has been an issue around for centuries. Parents often say to their children to “dress to impress” or about “first impressions.” Aristotle once stated, “A tyrant must put on the appearance of uncommon devotion to...

Opinion: Temple Run

Gabrielle Donofrio, Editor and Staff Writer

February 28, 2012

If you sneak up behind anyone looking very intensely at their iPhone, iTouch or iPad, it is most likely a result of their engaging in the hottest new game around, Temple Run. This game is the ultimate test of your reflexes as...

Opinion: Dissecting Cats Is Educational

Jon Gonzalez, Staff Writer

February 6, 2012

When you watch television shows or movies about students who are in high school, most likely one of the segments will involve dissecting something. Dissecting is always something that most teenage boys look forward to; however,...

Opinion: Cat Dissections in Anatomy Classes

Gabrielle Donofrio, Editor and Staff Writer

February 6, 2012

If you have ever had a pet, the mere thought of the pet being harmed in any way is unbearable. Let's say that you don't have a pet, when the ASPCA commercial comes on television, do you watch the faces of the animals that have...

Are reality shows affecting our lives?

Christina Meyers, Staff Writer

January 18, 2012

Is it real life, or reality? Most of the television programs we watch happen to be reality shows. From the Jersey Shore to The Real World, we all have at least seen them once. Some things that happen on reality television can...

Mr. Manuppelli opens the new main office door

New Doors

November 28, 2011

How My Day Brightens Up

Jon Gonzalez, Staff writer

November 4, 2011

Every year North Arlington High School students have the privilege of teaching toddlers for one class period a day. We have had this childcare program for a couple of decades and it is still going very strong. Child Development...


Jaclyn Sheedy, Editor and Staff Writer

October 21, 2011

“Where are you going to college?” and “What do you want to be when you’re older?” are the two most frequently asked questions to a high school senior. Naviance is a fundamental website that can help seniors make decisions...

The Solution to Being Late

Rebecca Ryan, Staff Writer

October 11, 2011

This year North Arlington High School has extended each lunch period to 40 minutes. However, how would you feel if that period was cut down to only 20 minutes? Any student who is late for first period is automatically assigned lu...

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