Feature Archive

  • Co-managing editor: Jared Reed   Over the summer I went to see one of the biggest, most hyped-up movies of the summer. Unfortunately, I was mistaken on the release date […]

    Wonder Woman: is it wonderful?

    Co-managing editor: Jared Reed   Over the summer I went to see one of the biggest, most hyped-up movies of the summer. Unfortunately, I was mistaken on the release date […]

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  • Written by: Alex Cotterman, Sports Editor   On Aug. 5 the Beverley Bandits, one of the Midwest’s premier travel softball teams, captured the PGF 16U National Championship. On a roster […]

    Prange wins national championship

    Written by: Alex Cotterman, Sports Editor   On Aug. 5 the Beverley Bandits, one of the Midwest’s premier travel softball teams, captured the PGF 16U National Championship. On a roster […]

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  • Written by: Kristiana Lulgjuraj/Feature Editor, Hannah Akers/Managing Editor, and Olivia Biddle/Opinion Editor (The Trio) New Palestine students might notice several unfamiliar faces among the teachers. Among them is a new […]

    New Teachers: Lindsey Cary

    Written by: Kristiana Lulgjuraj/Feature Editor, Hannah Akers/Managing Editor, and Olivia Biddle/Opinion Editor (The Trio) New Palestine students might notice several unfamiliar faces among the teachers. Among them is a new […]

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  • Written by Catrina Lambert and Ellie Harris Photo by Laura Hall As NPHS enters the 2017-2018 school year, it say goodbye to the veterans of the NPHS staff like Gary Kumming and Marvin Shepler. […]

    Saying goodbye to Shepler

    Written by Catrina Lambert and Ellie Harris Photo by Laura Hall As NPHS enters the 2017-2018 school year, it say goodbye to the veterans of the NPHS staff like Gary Kumming and Marvin Shepler. […]

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  • Written by: Alex Cotterman and Dawson Eastes “Looking back, you don’t realize how fast everything goes.” Freshman year is a tough transition for most high school students. Coming from middle […]

    A fresh start: NPHS freshmen adapt to high school

    Written by: Alex Cotterman and Dawson Eastes “Looking back, you don’t realize how fast everything goes.” Freshman year is a tough transition for most high school students. Coming from middle […]

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  • Written by: Kristiana Lulgjuraj/Feature Editor, Olivia Biddle/News Editor, Hannah Akers/Managing Editor, and Clara Fleetwood/Feature Writer As the New Palestine High School 2017-2018 school year commences, freshmen should begin to consider […]

    Introduction to clubs

    Written by: Kristiana Lulgjuraj/Feature Editor, Olivia Biddle/News Editor, Hannah Akers/Managing Editor, and Clara Fleetwood/Feature Writer As the New Palestine High School 2017-2018 school year commences, freshmen should begin to consider […]

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  • Written by Shelby Horsley As the year comes to a close the seniors of the New Palestine High School softball team have a lot to remember. “We have accomplished a […]

    Softball continues strong season in sectional

    Written by Shelby Horsley As the year comes to a close the seniors of the New Palestine High School softball team have a lot to remember. “We have accomplished a […]

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  •   Photos by Shelby Horsley The New Palestine boys track and field team has already taken home hardware through the year, having won county and conference titles. In addition, the […]

    Boys track running track

      Photos by Shelby Horsley The New Palestine boys track and field team has already taken home hardware through the year, having won county and conference titles. In addition, the […]

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  • By Caylie Almond / J1 staff With only one week left NPHS students come upon the most dreaded week – finals week. During finals week, most students stay up late […]

    Is it really worth it?

    By Caylie Almond / J1 staff With only one week left NPHS students come upon the most dreaded week – finals week. During finals week, most students stay up late […]

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  • By: Carson Sams/ J1 Staff Clyde Gaw is a beloved member of the community and long-time art teacher. He has an interesting art background and teaching ability. He has worked […]

    Veteran Gaw has unique teaching ability

    By: Carson Sams/ J1 Staff Clyde Gaw is a beloved member of the community and long-time art teacher. He has an interesting art background and teaching ability. He has worked […]

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