The Truth About Being a Graduating Junior

The Truth About Being a Graduating Junior

Mariah Evans, Desk Writer

December 5, 2017


Filed under Opinions and Views, Senior Stuff, Student Life, The North Augusta Student Highlights, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Entering your senior year can be very exciting, you get to see and do things you never were able to do when you were an underclassman. You also have responsibilities like senior meetings and trying to make it to special events that’s important that you must make it to. However, graduating Juniors don’t...

Man Buns: Go or No?

Man Buns: Go or No?

Daniela Elvira, Desk Writer

September 29, 2017


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Since making a comeback in 2015, man buns have proven they are here to stay. However, it turns out that most people do not know where they originated. If you think it began with Harry Styles, you are sadly wrong. The samurai warriors of Japan started the trend. In the 1970's, the man bun trend spark wa...

Trendsetter Part (2)017

Mariah Evans, Desk Writer

September 29, 2017


Filed under Opinions and Views, Top Stories

The new 2017-18 trends are released, and school uniforms are debated.

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Powder Puff

Powder Puff

Amber McGruder, Powder Puff O-line and D-line Player

January 30, 2017


Filed under Community, News, Opinions and Views, Sports, Student Life, Top Stories

Ready , Set , Hike! Wait are those girls are on the football field? Are y'all ready for the 2017 North Augusta Powder Puff season. Powder Puff is a week long event and girls from every grade level get ready to play some football. When I asked Sophomore Ralph Mabe  his opinion of powder puff,  he said,...

The Nest: Trendsetters Pt.2

The Nest: Trendsetters Pt.2

Andra Mckinnis, Desk Writer

January 27, 2017


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It's a new year and that means new mindsets, new wardrobes, etc. In the beginning of the school year I went around the school and got some students to give me an inside scoop on their fashion life. In this article I'm going to change it up a bit. This time we're going to get an inside scoop on females...

It Actually Does Go “Down in the Dm”

It Actually Does Go “Down in the Dm”

Destiny Jackson, Desk Writer

November 18, 2016


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Yo Gotti, a popular 2016 rapper, wasn't lying when he says it goes "down in the DM."  DM is an abbreviation for "direct message." Direct message is set up on the social media app "Instagram," and is another popular texting format that doesn't require having someone's number, just their account. You'll...

Scandal

Scandal

Thomas Catoe, Desk Writer

November 14, 2016


Filed under Community, Features, News, Opinions and Views, Student Life, Top Stories

As teenagers in high school we face many obstacles such as keeping our academic careers going, holding a reputation among our peers, and dealing with the drama of growing up and becoming ourselves. But in the past few weeks, a struggle that no teenager should be forced to deal with has risen for a me...

Petty or Relevant?

Petty or Relevant?

Thomas Catoe, Desk Writer

October 11, 2016


Filed under Community, News, Opinions and Views, Student Section, Top Stories

On Sunday, September 11th , 2016 a new nation controversy broke out when Colin Kaepernick, a player for the 49er's, expressed his protest against American racism by kneeling during the national anthem. The famous 49ers quarterback simply stated,  “I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag...

Why do you fight ?

Why do you fight ?

Amber McGruder, Desk Writer

September 29, 2016


Filed under Opinions and Views, Student Life, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Your adrenaline is pumping, your fists are balled, you're burning red and you're staring at the person in front of you with hatred. Nothing is going through your head except for the thought of wanting to beat the like out of this person. Let's think back to how this all started, did it start over petty...

The Ten Things That Make North Augusta High A Great School

The Ten Things That Make North Augusta High A Great School

Sabrina Lynch, Desk Writer

September 29, 2016


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North Augusta High School is a school full of students who stride to do their best, and teachers who intend to help them do so. One thing that makes North Augusta stand out from all the other schools would be that there are more AP classes offered. AP classes are a great way to get college credits...

Your Car Says More Than “I can drive.”

Your Car Says More Than “I can drive.”

Thomas Catoe, Desk Writer

September 16, 2016


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As teenagers in high school, we all vie for the opportunity to do things independently. So why should having a car be any different? It's one of the two moments that your parent's wallet dreads the most. From the moment that that laminated paper identification hits your hand, you're nagging for a car...

Why Hate on Phones? (Pros/Cons)

Why Hate on Phones? (Pros/Cons)

Dillon McDonald, Desk Writer

September 15, 2016


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There are many rules in school, some of the rules are to keep you safe and some to keep pandemonium out of the school/classroom, but there's one rule that makes little to no sense to some students, the phone policy. Some teachers are okay with you having your phone before and after his/her teachings....