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Energy Drinks Pose Harmful Health Effects for Consumers

Energy Drinks Pose Harmful Health Effects for Consumers

Marissa Myska, Staff Writer

March 5, 2020

Picture this: you are walking down the grocery store aisle to pick up a quick drink after practice. You browse the drink aisle stacked with transparent plastic water bottles, sparkling fruity drinks, and wait. What is that bright, shiny logo? Energy? You think to yourself: I really need that after that h...

Salutes and Slams: Week of March 4

Salutes and Slams: Week of March 4

Satellite Staff

March 4, 2020

Salutes: NHS Music groups succeed at Solo Ensemble and send many musicians to state. Extended weekend provides much needed rest and relaxation for hardworking students and staff. Winter sports model success in progression to State. Unseasonably warm weather in Wisconsin approaches Spring ...

Salutes and Slams: Week of Feb. 19

Salutes and Slams: Week of Feb. 19

Satellite Staff

February 19, 2020

Salutes: Eco Club Trivia night produced good turnout and fun activities. Announcement of save the date for Diversity Fair on Friday April 3 excite body of NHS. Food drive option in conjunction with Winterfest dance ticket sale provides opportunity to exercise generosity. Slams: Monday PL...

Editorial: Value of School Assemblies Defended

Seniors show spirit at pep assembly.

Kara Cowell, Editorial Editor

February 16, 2020

The high school assembly: movies make them seem like wild parties, books sometimes paint them as boring disciplinary lectures, and real-life reveals that they can land anywhere on this spectrum.  NHS has held its fair share of school assemblies in its long history, and almost anyone will agree th...

Column: Walk at Your Own Risk in High School Hallways

Column: Walk at Your Own Risk in High School Hallways

Ashlyn Jacobs, Editor-in-Chief

February 11, 2020

Without a doubt, high school boasts many wonderful opportunities — for anyone from the high-achieving advanced student, to the gregarious socialite, to the tireless athlete — and yet, each day the attendees of high schools across the nation must endure the unfortunate experience that spares no man o...

Column: Will You be Lonely on Valentine’s Day too?

Column:  Will You be Lonely on Valentine's Day too?

Kiana Valeri, Staff Writer

February 11, 2020

The BEST season of the year, or the best season for the ladies, has already begun. Ladies and gents we have officially begun, “Cuff season.” You better hold your boo tight until Valentine's Day because why risk the chance of not getting showered with heart-shaped chocolates, and if you are luck...

Editorial: A Survival Guide to Active Lifestyles

Editorial: A Survival Guide to Active Lifestyles

Lauren Sturgell, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

February 5, 2020

Whether you like it or not, you will have to take Active Lifestyles 1 or 2 if you are a student at NHS. Whether you are looking forward to an easy A or yearning for time to spend with your friends, every single student has the pleasure of spending time in the pool that reeks of chlorine and the locke...

Salutes and Slams: Week of Feb. 5

Salutes and Slams: Week of Feb. 5

Satellite Staff

February 5, 2020

Salutes: Students encouraged to "red-out" upcoming basketball game in support of cardiovascular awareness. (Feb. 7) The student body anticipates Winterfest activities and dance. Band-O-Rama and concerts showcase students' musical talents. Slams: Temporary schedule changes pack the l...

Review: The Secret in the Wings Showcases Story

Review:  The Secret in the Wings Showcases Story

Robert Barthell, Staff Writer

January 31, 2020

I was quite excited to go see the opening night of The Secret in the Wings.   Since the minute I walked into Pickard Auditorium, I realized that it was not like any other play I had seen so far.  As I saw that the entire auditorium was empty, I walked over to a group of staff members and asked...

Salutes and Slams: Week of Jan. 22

Salutes and Slams: Week of Jan. 22

Satellite Staff

January 22, 2020

Salutes: Students feel relieved to wrap up finals week and smoothly transition into semester two. Cotton Club on Jan. 18 provided a fun atmosphere. Both performers and audience members look forward to the NHS winter production Secret in the Wings. Participating students anticipate Eco ...

Review of Music Stores: How to Pick the Right One for Your Needs?

Review of Music Stores:  How to Pick the Right One for Your Needs?

Isaac Franzke, Student of Journalism

January 4, 2020

Learning how to play an instrument is hard but choosing the right music store can greatly help you when starting off. Locally, three main music retailers exist that you might think of: Guitar Center, Heid Music and Island Music. Knowing what you are looking for and how far you are in you musical jo...

Review of Barbershops: The Best Men’s Haircut In the Valley

Best barbershop in the valley

Edgar Nieto, Student of Journalism

January 4, 2020

According to The New York Times, the average male goes in to get a haircut every three to six weeks. The idea of the barbershop goes back to 296 B.C when Greek men would meet up and trim their hair and beard while they would tell each other about their day.  Later in the 19th century, the first barb...

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