Banned Books Week: Censorship limits readers’ freedom

Elly Kenninger, Junior Editor-in-Chief

September 27, 2018

“Banning books silences stories” is the slogan for this years Banned Books Week. From Sept. 23-29, the American Library Association and Amnesty International invite everyone to celebrate the First Amendment by participating ...

Looking back at over 100 years of homecoming

Jack Dorsher, Staff Writer

September 27, 2018

Nearly everyone’s favorite part of the school year, homecoming week is a substantial part of the high school and college experience. Students participate in dress up days, get fired up at the pep rally and cheer on their friends...

Fall: a season of giving

December 1, 2017

Fall is the time when the weather gets colder, the trees change color, the leaves fall, and everyone prepares for winter. But it’s also the time of year when charities start to get geared up, and people band together to hel...

Student Congress: another successful season

Callie Frank, Columnist

December 1, 2017

Student Congress, an intellectual competition with a government theme, has concluded for the year (spare a national tournament that takes place in June, however, no one from Fargo North High School will be participating in that, ...

Officer Abel begins new accident recom program

November 6, 2017

One week of every month, Officer Abel will put on a course for all students called Accident Recom. Accident Recom is a hands-on experience and a real-life detective case.  This will take place on Monday, periods one and two,...

Best of Fargo: Hot Chocolate

Tate Schloesser

November 6, 2017

Young Blood Coffee Young Coffee Co. featured a quality drink at a mediocre price. The hot chocolate was very good, but I’m not sure it was worth $3.50. It lacked whip cream on top and was not in a very big cup. The service...

Homecoming Slideshow

Homecoming Slideshow

September 29, 2017

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