Northmen News

Following the Crowd

Ivonee Morales-Mejia and Lindsey Dunaway, Copy Editor and Editor in Chief

September 13, 2019

You can most likely recognize them in the hallways with multiple scrunchies stacked up on their arms, a Hydro Flask in hand, most likely wearing either Vans, Birkenstocks, or Crocs, a crop top from Brandy Melville or an oversized...

Is Gifted Education Worth the Hassle?

Is Gifted Education Worth the Hassle?

Mackenzie Powell, writer, photographer, gifted

May 1, 2019

I was drowning long before senior year began

Caitlin Anderson, photographer

May 1, 2019

It’s 6:30 a.m. Your entire street is dark. Your alarm starts ringing from beside your bed. But you lie there, already awake. You have been for hours, but you just can’t seem to get out of bed. Like many people, I have depression....

Avengers: End Game

Avengers: End Game

Mackenzie Powell, photographer, writer

April 30, 2019

Planning to explore Dora movie, even with doubts

Ivonee Morales Mejia, writer

April 30, 2019

On March 23, Paramount Studios released the trailer for its upcoming movie ‘Dora and the Lost City of Gold,’ which made me question the quality of the of the upcoming movie - so I wrote my review of the trailer as a concerned...

What journalism has taught me

Kayelyn Logan, photo editor

April 30, 2019

Being a journalism kid has been the most influential thing I have ever done. I originally joined the yearbook staff at Liberty North to make friends and work on something the whole school could enjoy.  I switched schools halfway...

Fish are friends, not food – or toys

Mina Buchholz, editor-in-chief

April 30, 2019

Recently, my family bought a fish. He was a betta, and we put him in a one-gallon tank in our dining room. He lived about a month. Rest in peace, Cecil. But Cecil’s death wasn’t just an untimely accident. It was the ultimate...

Looking Back

Mackenzie Powell, Writer, Photographer

April 26, 2019

People always say "high school will be the best years of your life." They don't tell you about the lost friendships, struggle to get work done and other things life throws at you. Four years ago, I walked into the halls of Oak...

Column: Don’t accept trans erasure

Kallista Ashton, Journalism 1 reporter

March 7, 2019

The LGBT community, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender. It has been this way from the beginning, the community built off of the backs and efforts of several prominent black trans women. This history, however, is too often ignored...

It’s time for a Missouri bottle bill

Mina Buchholz, Log editor-in-chief

March 3, 2019

The state of Missouri has never before had a bottle bill. Bottle bills, or container deposit bills, are a law which requires a minimum refundable deposit on drink containers. If you’ve ever bought a bottle of Shatto Milk, you...

Why you should fear AI

Mina Buchholtz, Writer

February 25, 2019

Not too long ago I was visiting some family friends who had recently gotten an Alexa. We were joking about the voice-command artificial intelligence – AI for short, and often referred to as ‘smart’ devices. As we laughed,...

Kates Kitchen

Kates Kitchen

February 25, 2019