North Augusta High School Arts & Entertainment, Along With the JROTC, Attend Aiken County Elementary Schools to Perform At Their Veteran’s Day Programs

Daniela Elvira, Events Reporter/Desk Writer

December 11, 2017


Filed under A & E, Clubs, Community, General, News, Student Life

On Thursday November 9th, the North Augusta High Schools Wind Band Ensemble, Honor's Concert Choir, and NJROTC visited four Aiken county elementary schools to perform for their Veteran's Day programs. Schools that were visited include Belvedere, Mossy Creek, Hammond Hill, and North Augusta eleme...

The Jacket Regiment Marching Band Places at the Annual State Competition

The Jacket Regiment Marching Band Places at the Annual State Competition

Daniela Elvira, Events Reporter/Desk Writer

November 13, 2017


Filed under A & E, Top Stories

On Saturday, October 28, 2017, The Jacket Regiment marching band traveled to Spring Valley High School to compete against the top ranked high school marching bands of South Carolina. This competition is known as "state." The Jacket Regiment performed their marching show, "Imaginarium," for on-field-judges...

North Augusta High School Choirs Put On Their First Concert: Spectacle and Splendor

North Augusta High School Choirs Put On Their First Concert: Spectacle and Splendor

Daniela Elvira, Events Reporter/Desk Writer

October 31, 2017


Filed under A & E

On Thursday, October 19, the "Spectacle and Splendor" choir concert was held at Fairview Presbyterian Church. The concert consisted of three ensembles:  the Women's Choir, made up of freshman women, the Wing's Choir, including upperclassmen females and freshmen men, and the Honors' Concert Choir, an...

North Augusta Students Love Homecoming Sidewalk Art

North Augusta Students Love Homecoming Sidewalk Art

Victoria Vance, Events Reporter/Desk Writer

October 12, 2017


Filed under A & E, General, News, Student Life, Top Stories

Every year North Augusta High School students form groups, gather signatures, and display artistic talent through illustrations of their colorful imaginations. It seems that everyone becomes really excited towards the end of homecoming week, because they know they will soon be able to "chalk out" their...

Hamlet Day

Hamlet Day

Abigail Elvira, Desk Writer

January 20, 2016


Filed under A & E, News, Student Life, Top Stories

"Hamlet day? What's a Hamlet? It sounds like a type of breakfast" freshman, Briggs Ballard, asked in response to first learning about Hamlet day. Many other students agree with the sentiment that "Hamlet" sounds like a breakfast food, but in reality, Hamlet Day is a production of one of Shakespeare's...

The Yearbook Picture of the Year!

The Yearbook Picture of the Year!

Parker Blackburn, Desk Writer

December 3, 2015


Filed under A & E, Top Stories

Ah Picture day, everyone dressing up, trying to look nice for a picture that will be with them for the rest of their lives among their classmates.  That’s not quite what NAHS student David Lamar had in mind. Wearing a yellow banana suit, he definitely made an impression on students at North Augusta...

Living Under A Rock

Living Under A Rock

Parker Mitton, Desk Writer

October 11, 2015


Filed under A & E, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Although many people who live around Augusta, GA may not realize, there are a lot of cool things going on year round...you just have to look hard enough. Many people know about Arts In the Heart (maybe because all of Broad St. is blocked off), but there are other events that go on that evolve around...

Community Gallery of Augusta’s “Influences”

Community Gallery of Augusta’s “Influences”

Emma Walden, Desk Writer

September 21, 2015


Filed under A & E, Top Stories

The Community Gallery Of Augusta presents "Influences" ia a twenty piece art show featuring artists from both Augusta and North Augusta.  Some prominent artists include Ryan Rood, Wesley Stewart, Alyssa Beck, and Colleen Beyer. Wesley Stewart, a 3D steel artist, commented "I love drawing, and even though...

NYC Comedian On the Rise: Amber Nelson!

NYC Comedian On the Rise: Amber Nelson!

Jared Stogner, Desk Writer

April 23, 2015


Filed under A & E, Top Stories

Upon my most recent escapade to New York City, I took a life-altering visit to Upright Citizens Brigade-if you've read Yes Please by Amy Poehler, this rings a tiny bell in your head. It is a famous comedy club in Chelsea, a hip neighborhood in Manhattan, that was founded by Amy herself. When I b...

Cartoons Then Vs. Cartoons Now

Cartoons Then Vs. Cartoons Now

Travis Pratt, Desk Writer

April 15, 2015


Filed under A & E

In a child's life, they grow up around TV and with TV comes cartoons. When surfing through channels, one might come across cartoons of today, then think about the good-ole-days of cartoons compared to now. Whenever someone mentions cartoons of today they say, "Adventure Time," or other crazy titles....

Racism in a Fraternity?? (Read Sarcastically)

Racism in a Fraternity?? (Read Sarcastically)

Jared Stogner, Desk Writer

March 11, 2015


Filed under A & E, Opinions and Views, Top Stories

SAE, a fraternity at The University of Oklahoma, became immersed in boiling water this week due to a video being leaked of a member reciting an ignorant, racist chant. The moral whistleblower that came forth stated that he had heard a chant that was "similar to the video that has been on social media"...

AC/DC Keeps Rocking

AC/DC Keeps Rocking

February 22, 2015


Filed under A & E, Music, Opinions and Views, Top Stories, Uncategorized

AC/DC: True Rock'N'Roll. They encompass everything right about the genre. With power chords, lyrics meant to be shouted, and a look that says, "We're about to melt your face off with music," they are easily some of the most legendary rockers of all time- leaving behind trademark looks, attitudes, and...