A brief review of Fargo North

Dawson Lindahl, Columnist

May 29, 2019

When I first walked into Fargo North over three years ago, I was afraid. I was unsure of who I was, what I wanted to do with my life, or what the world in its entirety was like. To this day, I still have more to learn about myself...

Observing Commercialized Holidays is valuable

Callie Frank, Columnist

December 1, 2017

A common notion someone hears regarding Christmas and Valentine’s day is that commercialized holidays are bad. Whether it’s saying that they “take away from the true meaning” or are just “lame” or a “byproduct of...

Caffeine is a danger and needs new legislation

Signy Mastel, Copy Editor and Reporter

November 30, 2017

There are a lot of different substances that we put in our body, but one of the most common, and most overlooked, is caffeine. Caffeine is widely regarded as safe, but what many don’t know is the addiction and the extent of...

Why you should get involved at North

Scroll Editorial Staff

September 29, 2017

With over 40 different clubs, activities, and athletics at North High, whatever your passion is, there’s something at North for you to do beyond the classroom. You’ve probably hear d of outside of school events as extracurricular...

Year-round schools provide numerous benefits

Callie Frank, Columnist

September 29, 2017

Year-round schooling verses summer vacation has been an intriguing educational debate for some time. In many Asian countries, children are taught all throughout the year with smaller, but more frequent breaks to allow for student...

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