• Top 3 Upcoming Fall Anime: It Gets Better and Better

    Top 3 Upcoming Fall Anime: It Gets Better and Better

    Gwenyth Cook, Staff Writer

    October 17, 2018

    Even though fall has just begun, this season’s line-up of anime shows promise. The critically acclaimed Sword Art Online is back with more adventures and new faces. Golden Kamuy also returns, and is even funnier than before. The new sports anime, Kaze ga Tsuyoku Fuiteiru, or Running With the Wind starts off nice and slow. Of course there are many mor...

  • New York Limo Crash

    New York Limo Crash

    Maddie Duke, Staff Writer

    October 15, 2018

    This previous weekend, an accident involving a limousine in New York resulted in the deaths of twenty people. A birthday celebration went terribly wrong. One of the twenty fatalities was the driver, Scott Lisinicchia. The person said to be responsible for the accident is the limousine company owner’s son. He pleaded not guilty with bail set at $15...

  • Flying Squirrel

    Flying Squirrel

    Christian Contreras, Staff Writer

    October 15, 2018

    Service animals are licensed pets that are meant to accompany their owners everywhere they go. These animals are individually trained to performs tasks for people with any form of disability. More often than not, these animals will be dogs or possibly cats. Emotional support animals fall under this category of service animals. They are determined by...

  • Migrant Children Can Be Quietly Adopted While Their Parents Are Deported

    Migrant Children Can Be Quietly Adopted While Their Parents Are Deported

    Bella Trimmer, Staff Writer

    October 12, 2018

    An AP investigation has revealed a rather disconcerting turn of events regarding the fate of migrant children when their parents are deported; some of them are being quietly adopted by Americans, giving away their custody without notifying their parents. This is an unthinkable scenario for any parent. While the Trump administration’s “zero-t...

  • Cheating in The Classroom: A New Side to The Story

    Cheating in The Classroom: A New Side to The Story

    Jake Carson, Staff Writer

    October 11, 2018

    The issue of cheating in the classroom is a subject that I believe is glossed over too often in our culture, and even when it is covered, it’s presented the same way every time. Cheating is obviously a bad thing no matter how you slice it, there’s no innocence to it. It’s done deliberately and offers no real learning gratification, only a right ans...

  • 2018-19 Homecoming King and Queen

    2018-19 Homecoming King and Queen

    Kirsten Brown, Staff Writer

    October 11, 2018

    Homecoming week is one of the most exciting weeks of the school year. Every year, one senior female and one senior male is crowned as the King and Queen, who will represent the school for the entire school year. This year, the homecoming king was Jake Carson, and the homecoming queen was Emma Robertson. This was exciting because they are the first coup...

  • 4 Ways Teens Can Spend Time on Self-Care

    4 Ways Teens Can Spend Time on Self-Care

    Karsyn Burdette, Staff Writer

    October 11, 2018

    Many people don’t worry about self-care until it is a last resort and is something you are forced to think about. That is an issue, so instead we need to start building habits for self-care early in life. Teenagers deal with many different changes in their adolescent years, including outer world challenges, ups and downs with growth and developme...

  • Local Hurricane Florence Relief Efforts

    Local Hurricane Florence Relief Efforts

    Stephanie West, Staff Writer

    October 10, 2018

    A little under a month ago, Hurricane Florence rocked the Carolinas, leaving 50 people dead, and many more missing. Florence spanned 400 miles, which is the size of four Ohio's, and forced 1.5+ million people to evacuate their homes, not to mention Florence caused 30 billion dollars in damage. People that stayed in and around the affected areas were ...

  • How School and Sleeping Don’t Mix

    How School and Sleeping Don’t Mix

    Mason Dyer, Staff Writer

    October 10, 2018

    If there’s one thing we’ve come to love as we get older, it’s sleeping. After a long day of school, sleeping becomes an immediate favorite and very necessary option in order to prepare for the next day. But unfortunately, school officials don’t necessarily understand this. According to the National Sleep Foundation, teenagers need around eight to ...

  • The Race to Confirm Brett Kavanaugh

    The Race to Confirm Brett Kavanaugh

    Bella Trimmer, Staff Writer

    October 5, 2018

    The hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh have dominated the news lately, as two women have recently come forward, accusing Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct. Dr. Christine Blasey Ford alleges that a drunken seventeen-year-old Kavanaugh pinned her down, groped her, and covered her mouth when she tried to scream at a highschool party 36 years ...

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Maggee Chang
Maggee Chang

Staff Writer

Maggee Chang is a senior at NGHS, starting her second year at the Crimson Times. Writing has always been a hobby she has found limitless and convenient (Instagram captions have never been a problem.) Spare...

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Jake Carson
Jake Carson

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My name is Jake Carson, a senior at Northgate high school and a very interesting guy! I love playing music, such as guitar and drums that I play at my church. I also enjoy playing basketball. I love fore...

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Stephanie West
Stephanie West

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I got roped into another year of Journalism with Mr. Carson, so that makes me a Journalism II student. That’s ok though because journalism is fun ™  Oh by the way I’m Stephanie....

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Ashfiq Islam
Ashfiq Islam

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Ashfiq Islam is a Sophmore. In his free time he likes to play soccer, hang out with friends, and play video games. Ashfiq intends to leave Northgate with good grades in order to have a chance to atten...

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Bearre Dorsey

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My name is Bearre Dorsey a member of the 2018-2019 freshman class. I love to write about debatable topics as I would love to be a lawyer someday. My love for writing is from my Mom since she was a journalist ...

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Liberty Nguyen
Liberty Nguyen

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Liberty Nguyen is a freshman at NGHS. She enjoys writing and appreciates the freedom of being able to express and communicate emotions and beliefs through the medium of words and sentences. This inter...

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