Students Adapt to new Normal

By Aurey Barrios

October 28, 2020

Norwood students are adapting to an entirely new model of school this year and finding there are some downsides and upsides to the blended model of education… Read More

Homecoming 2020: How we’re celebrating and what we could have done better.

By Emily Saul

October 27, 2020

School this year has been anything but normal, and with Prom for the 2019-20 school year having been rescheduled several times and finally cancelled, many did not have their hopes up for a homecoming this school year… Read More

Should Norwood Students Return to School Full-time With the Rise in COVID-19 Cases?

By Dillon Jones

October 21, 2020

The Norwood Board of Education has called for an additional meeting to take place in the high school gym on Thursday at 6 p.m… Read More

Should Children be Allowed to Trick-or-Treat This Year?

By Emily Saul

October 13, 2020

Many questions have been raised this year regarding what should be allowed to happen during this very unfortunate pandemic, like which places of work should be closed down, should restaurants close/reopen, should students be able to return to school, etc. One of these that many were hoping would not be an issue is “Should children be allowed to trick-or-treat this Halloween?”… Read More

The 2020 Election: A Lose-Lose Situation

By Dillon Jones

October 2, 2020

Although there are people that love President Donald Trump and there are people that love former Vice President Joe Biden, there are also people that hate the both of them. Normally Trump supporters will hate Biden, and vice versa. That being said, I don’t like either… Read More

How Pumpkin Spice is Becoming an American Classic — by Being an Overkill

By Teresa Zhang

September 21, 2020

Confession: I’ve never actually consumed the infamous pumpkin spice latte, but, like everyone else, I know of the drink’s popularity and reputation, which is so notorious that it’s a commonly known fact that in America, the fall season starts not after the Autumn Equinox, but rather when Starbucks releases its seasonal Pumpkin Spice Lattes… Read More

A Case for Blended Learning

By Grace Mersch

September 9, 2020

2020 has been no normal year. Since the beginning of March, we’ve experienced things we could never imagine — worldwide lockdowns, cancellations and even a record-breaking economic depression. Among these things, there is maybe nothing more relevant to us as students than blended learning… Read More