Annual murder mystery dinner delivers killer performance

Theater club puts on a killer performance to raise money for the theater department.
By Sports Editor John Conway and Staff Writer Lauren Bell
Production by Multimedia Managing Editor Jakob Wastek

Garage show brings down the house

The “Spy Show” garage show brought heavy metal, rap and punk music together under one roof
By Social Media Editor James Wendt
Production by Production Coordinator Kevin MacGregor
 
 

Girls tennis loses to NCHS Redhawks

By Staff Writer Jennifer Fortman
On Tuesday, Sept. 23, the Naperville North girls varsity tennis team came out with a loss against crosstown rival Naperville Central High School with a score of 3-4.
Even though the team did not win at home last night, senior captain Gabija Treciokaite thought her team played well. She …

Senior David Wu crowned Mr. NNHS

Jess Tamburo brings you the highlights of Mr. NNHS.
By Staff Writer Jess Tamburo
Filming by Multimedia Managing Editor Jakob Wastek
Editing by Production Coordinator Kevin MacGregor

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Annual murder mystery dinner delivers killer performance

Theater club puts on a killer performance to raise money for the theater department.

By Sports Editor John Conway and Staff Writer Lauren Bell
Production by Multimedia Managing Editor Jakob Wastek

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The “Spy Show” garage show brought heavy metal, rap and punk music together under one roof

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Boys varsity soccer defeats Downers Grove North

September 26, 2014 Sports No Comments

By Sports Editor John Conway

On Thursday, Sept. 25, the Naperville North boys varsity soccer team (7-4-2, 2-0-1 DuPage Valley Conference) defeated the Downers Grove North (7-5-1, 0-2 West Suburban-Silver Conference) Trojans, 3-0.

With strong players like sophomore midfielder Chris Sullivan and senior fullback Matty Sylvester, NNHS was in a good position to create offensive opportunity. Head Coach Jim Konrad was impressed by his team’s offensive tenacity.

“The boys did a great job of creating chances,” Konrad said. “We didn’t finish all of them. We should have scored a few more goals, but I’m really proud of the way the boys are taking advantage of defense, creating chances to score. We’re getting better every game.”

Early in the match, the Trojans fared quite well against NNHS. The ball went back and forth across the pitch, and both teams were ready to score. But the game changed when a header off of senior midfielder Connor McBride made the goal, at 16:07. … Continue Reading

2015 freshmen to take new path in sciences

September 25, 2014 News No Comments

Next Generation Science Standards prompt change

By Contributor Brandon Chan

A freshman science course at Naperville North High School will be taken out of the curriculum next year due new state standards, said science department instructional coordinator Andy McWhirter.

Dynamic Earth Systems (DES) is being removed from the science curriculum at NNHS. This class was one of the main science track courses, McWhirter said.

“The main reason that we’re going through this change is that the state has adopted the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS),” McWhirter said. “And in those science standards are physical science, life science, earth and space science, so all the courses are changing a little bit to incorporate earth science into each of those.” … Continue Reading

Girls tennis loses to NCHS Redhawks

September 24, 2014 Featured Stories, Sports No Comments

By Staff Writer Jennifer Fortman

Tennis

Photo courtesy of Gabija Treciokaite

On Tuesday, Sept. 23, the Naperville North girls varsity tennis team came out with a loss against crosstown rival Naperville Central High School with a score of 3-4.

Even though the team did not win at home last night, senior captain Gabija Treciokaite thought her team played well. She said they still have a few things to work on.

“I think we did pretty well,” Treciokaite said. “We definitely need to keep our heads in the game. A lot of times, we kind of lose it and don’t focus as hard against teams that aren’t as strong throughout our DVC (DuPage Valley Conference).”

Senior captain Olivia Ryan echoed Treciokaite’s feelings regarding the match. She was also very excited about how she and her doubles partner, Treciokaite, played. … Continue Reading

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