Feature Archive

  • Brittnay Huckaby, the early college program’s english teacher, poses for a picture. Taken by Anna Spellman By Anna Spellman / J1 Staff As the 2016-2017 school year comes to a […]

    The early college program

    Brittnay Huckaby, the early college program’s english teacher, poses for a picture. Taken by Anna Spellman By Anna Spellman / J1 Staff As the 2016-2017 school year comes to a […]

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  • By: Alex Mohr, J1 Staff   The enigma of country music generates many questions whilst revealing little. Country music. What country is it from? Argentina? Canada? England? Arkansas? And can […]

    Do band kids?

    By: Alex Mohr, J1 Staff   The enigma of country music generates many questions whilst revealing little. Country music. What country is it from? Argentina? Canada? England? Arkansas? And can […]

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  • By Chloe Dillon / J1 Staff Money. That single word catches your attention because it is something that we all want so badly, our attention is immediately turned toward it. […]

    Student businesses that are “Always Open”

    By Chloe Dillon / J1 Staff Money. That single word catches your attention because it is something that we all want so badly, our attention is immediately turned toward it. […]

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  •     By Haley Hiles / J1 staff New Palestine High School opened up to a total of eight new staff members this 2016-2017 school year. Being a first year […]

    New teachers

        By Haley Hiles / J1 staff New Palestine High School opened up to a total of eight new staff members this 2016-2017 school year. Being a first year […]

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  • By Jake Kelle, J1 staff J1 newspaper final The girls tennis team has a great atmosphere with great people running the games and practices. One of the people who coordinates […]

    Des Evans coach from Zimbabwe

    By Jake Kelle, J1 staff J1 newspaper final The girls tennis team has a great atmosphere with great people running the games and practices. One of the people who coordinates […]

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  • Written by Elizabeth Harris Brody Wallace Stevens, age 8, was a standout in New Palestine, but also in the hearts of those he touched- nurses, basketball stars, and strangers from […]

    Brody strong forever

    Written by Elizabeth Harris Brody Wallace Stevens, age 8, was a standout in New Palestine, but also in the hearts of those he touched- nurses, basketball stars, and strangers from […]

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  • Written by: Hannah Akers For some, education doesn’t end once they have a career. Four NPHS teachers are going back to college to pursue their masters in their respective fields. […]

    Teachers go back to college

    Written by: Hannah Akers For some, education doesn’t end once they have a career. Four NPHS teachers are going back to college to pursue their masters in their respective fields. […]

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  • Written by Catrina Lambert As of April 27, the pop-punk band Fall Out Boy has released a new song, signalling the beginning of a new album as well as a […]

    Fall Out Boy Mania

    Written by Catrina Lambert As of April 27, the pop-punk band Fall Out Boy has released a new song, signalling the beginning of a new album as well as a […]

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  • Written by: Asha McCarty Yesterday morning, Niall Horan unveiled a new single from his forthcoming debut solo album, “Slow Hands.” Fans have anticipated the second radio single since Horan’s first […]

    Slow Hands, the slow jam

    Written by: Asha McCarty Yesterday morning, Niall Horan unveiled a new single from his forthcoming debut solo album, “Slow Hands.” Fans have anticipated the second radio single since Horan’s first […]

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  • Written by Kristiana Lulgjuraj The New Palestine High School 2016-2017 school year nears its end with a month left, and Advanced Placement students are faced with the most emotionally draining […]

    AP teachers give tips for getting through exam week

    Written by Kristiana Lulgjuraj The New Palestine High School 2016-2017 school year nears its end with a month left, and Advanced Placement students are faced with the most emotionally draining […]

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