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School Issues Survey

School Issues Survey

North Point's own Kyle Smith has been named one of five finalists for the position of student member for the Maryland State Board of Education, and he is interested in learning more about what students think about important issues concerning school. If...  Read More »

Nominate a Staff Member for the Golden Egg

Is there a staff member that goes above and beyond to make a difference? Nominate this person for the Golden Egg Award by filling out a form and placing it in the box near the media center. Nomination forms can be obtained along Main Street and in the...  Read More »

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Apology Accepted?

Apology Accepted?

Melanie Battle, Staff Writer

Emmett Till is a name that has been said many times since the summer of 1955. While he was visiting family in Money, Mississippi, in the heat of coarse racial tensions in a segregated south, 14-year-old...  Read More »

Feb 16

Dear White People

Dear White People

Amani Jackson, Staff Writer

Recently, Netflix released the trailer for a new series, Dear White People. When the trailer was released, it caused a lot of controversy. The title of the series makes it seem like it’s targeting a certai...  Read More »

Feb 14

LGBT Executive Order in Disguise

LGBT Executive Order in Disguise

Arianna Howard, Editor-in-Chief

Since Donald Trump took office, the media has been waiting on edge for him to make his move against the LGBT community. Well, it might be coming soon, but not in the form that was expected. It is beginning...  Read More »

Feb 14

Governor Hogan Announces New Legislation to Make College More Affordable

Governor Hogan Announces New Legislation to Make College More Affordable

Ana Benitez, Staff Writer

Governor Larry Hogan has announced the administration’s 2017 Student Debt and Tuition Relief Initiative. Governor Hogan made the announcement at the University of Maryland on January 10. The governor’s...  Read More »

Jan 26

Women’s Rights Are Human Rights

Women’s Rights Are Human Rights

Amani Jackson, Staff Writer

This past Saturday, the largest presidential protest in history, the Women’s March on Washington, was held. About 500,000 women marched in Washington, and 1 million total in smaller marches appeared in...  Read More »

Jan 23

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Gearing Up

Gearing Up

Alex Huibsch, Editor-In-Chief

As the spring season draws closer, the boys’ varsity lacrosse team is gearing up physically and mentally to make it a great season. From running sprints to working on catching and throwing, the team...  Read More »

Feb 21

North Point Girls Basketball Rolls Over McDonough

North Point Girls Basketball Rolls Over McDonough

Joey Foote, Staff Writer

The North Point Girls Varsity Basketball team has been on fire this year. They have been playing some wonderful basketball. The Eagles have raced to a 16-2 record and are on a 1o game winning streak. They...  Read More »

Feb 10

Ending the Streak

Ending the Streak

Jonathan Salaver

Boys and girls swimming simultaneously defeated Leonardtown in a meet for the first time in history to end their winning streak. The meet was held at St. Charles High School on January 13, 2017, where...  Read More »

Jan 24

Basketball Star: Jalen Gibbs

Basketball Star: Jalen Gibbs

Joey Foote, Staff Writer

North Point's 2016-2017 Boys Varsity Basketball Team is a very young group. Since the class of 2016 graduated, the group this year is composed of four juniors, four sophomores, and one freshman. However,...  Read More »

Jan 24

New Blood in Lacrosse: Coach Wichowski

New Blood in Lacrosse: Coach Wichowski

Ana Benitez, Staff Writer

This year Varsity Boys Lacrosse will be getting a new head coach. Coach Wichowski will be taking over for former head coach, Coach Sollohub. Coach Sollohub “could not be happier” that Wichowski...  Read More »

Jan 24

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Chamber Choir Performs At The Kennedy Center

Chamber Choir Performs At The Kennedy Center

Joey Foote, Staff Writer

North Point's 2016-2017 Chamber Choir is a very young and talented group. They have so many amazing voices. Chamber Choir had their winter concert earlier this year. After the concert, they were given...  Read More »

Feb 23

Student Spotlight: Asante Maat

Student Spotlight: Asante Maat

Alex Huibsch, Editor-In-Chief

Talent, hard work, and craziness are elements that comprise the character of one student in particular. For Asante Maat (19’), he incorporates all three of the aforementioned characteristics into a multitude...  Read More »

Feb 10

Is M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Split’ a prequel?

Is M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Split’ a prequel?

Amani Jackson, Staff Writer

M. Night Shyamalan’s Split is the horror movie that became the first outright sensation of 2017. The $9 million budgeted chilling horror film has already earned $102 million worldwide and held the No.1...  Read More »

Feb 6

Number One Pop Song

Number One Pop Song

Jonathan Salaver

Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj’s single had millions shaking their hips “Side to Side.” The song was the third single for her studio album Dangerous Woman that did really well with a Grammy Award no...  Read More »

Jan 24

xXx: The Return of Xander Cage

xXx: The Return of Xander Cage

Jonathan Salaver

An action movie made up of intense acrobatics is found in xXx: The Return of Xander Cage. Being the third chapter of the franchise, the film is set in a future where a former athlete was transformed into gov...  Read More »

Jan 24

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