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Tailgator Madness

April 30, 2013

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By Matt Coffey Returning this year is the extremely successful TailGator Madness. This event is a fundraiser for the North Star Boosters. Last year there were eight restaurants in attendance. This year, that number has grown...

Fiscal Cliff Averted…For Now

April 30, 2013

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By Matt Coffey So we avoided the Fiscal Cliff... Over the past few months, the major topic of discussion was the Fiscal Cliff that the US was undoubtedly headed towards. Neither party wanted to agree on a solution to the economic...

North Star Gators Help With Assembly

September 28, 2012

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By Christina Nevitt/Gator Galaxy Advisor It was an important day at Campbell Elementary School today.  It was the school's first Coyote Pride Assembly of the year.  An assembly that honors students in each grade level for their...

Improving North Star Inside and Out

November 4, 2011

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By Emalee Henning In 2003 when North Star opened, the high school received its own wetland located on the west side of the building. Buying that land was essential because science teachers use it to teach as well as research. Due...

There’s No Way Around It

November 4, 2011

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By Emalee Henning For months there has been talk of placing a roundabout at the intersection of 14th Street and Superior. A public meeting was held on October 12 from at the Belmont Recreation Center to discuss plans for the...

North Star Drivers Have Room for Improvement

November 4, 2011

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By Hana Jaber A lot of students at North Star are terrible drivers; I’m sure we are all aware of that. Students speed, turn into the wrong lanes, and cut through the parking lots. Even at lunch the students drive like maniacs,...

Only Syria

November 4, 2011

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Although the American press stopped covering Syria in past months, revolutions are at their peak and continue to affect Americans By Hana Jaber Last spring when the Arab Spring began, American news covered the ongoing protests...

We the People

November 4, 2011

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By Amanda Keblar “We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, do ordain and establish...

Heartbreak in Somalia

November 4, 2011

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By Hana Jaber About 9.1 million Somalis have been affected by the drought in the Horn of Africa since mid-July. But, not just Somalia has been affected by this severe drought. Ethiopia, Kenya, and other Northern African countries...

New Haymarket Arena: Is It Worth It?

October 11, 2011

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By Gabrielle Paulissian On May 11, 2010, Lincoln residents voted on a proposal to build a 16,000 seat arena in the west Haymarket area. UNL men’s and women’s basketball teams will be the main tenants, but the arena will also...

No Excuse is a Good Excuse

October 11, 2011

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Teachers still having to deal with tardies at North Star By Emalee Henning For years, North Star students have been receiving tiny pink slips reminding them that they need to serve lunch detention for being tardy to class. S...

Where’d Your Clothes Go?

October 11, 2011

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By Brooke Schwisow Looking good for school is something we all want to achieve. Buying fashion-forward clothing is at the top of everyone’s list, whether it be expensive designer jeans or an outfit we managed to find rummagin...

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