Northmen News

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...

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...

J-Day Overview

courtesy of a press release

April 1, 2017

Students attended the Missouri Interscholastic Press Association’s Journalism Day last week at the MU School of Journalism in Columbia, Mo. They competed in the state contest and attended many educational sessions. Awards...

Out of the Blue on Blue

Out of the Blue on Blue

Dakota Ake, Log Editor-in-Chief

February 8, 2017

Kohn’s Notes: Thank you OP

Harry Kohn, Axe staffer

May 10, 2016

Now realizing that I am about to graduate is crazy, these four years have gone so fast and knowing now that it's going to be over is ballistic. I’m to finally be graduating after 13 years of schooling and four of those...

Journalism heads to nationals

Maddison Wisecarver, Cambia photographer

November 20, 2015

On Nov. 11, Axe, Log and Cambia went to Orlando for a National Competition. Wednesday when journalism got there, they settled into their rooms and headed down to Downtown Disney, Disney Springs. Thursday, the team got up ...

Tell it straight: Avoid bias in journalism

Conner Clapham, Reporter

October 3, 2014

Journalism has changed a lot over the years. In my opinion, I feel that today’s journalists show a lot of bias toward the subjects they report. Journalists can show bias in two different ways. They can ask questions that lead...