Monthly Archives: December 2015

Walk of Light held at NV

The Junior Med Tech students took the extra step to help support the LLS (Leukemia and Lymphoma Society) foundation at the Walk of Light November 1. The students put in 114 hours of service that night and encouraged many people

Michelle Bogue wins 2015 Conservation Educator of the Year

To say that the environment is her passion doesn’t even cover the half of it. Environmental Science teach Michelle Bogue is the epitome of a friend to the environment. She recently won the 2015 Conservation Educator of the Year. “I

NV Dance Team hosts Kids Clinic

The Dance team is hosting a Kids Clinic this season. Kids from first grade up to eighth grade can come to Northview for the clinic December 5 from 5-8:30 pm. At the clinic, the kids will be split into groups

5 things to be thankful for this holiday season

Family and Friends They bring us comfort, love, and kindness. Who knows where we would be without them. They are our base and stand by our side through every success and failure that we have. “I live for family and

Black Friday takes away the meaning of Thanksgiving

Everyone knows Black Friday as being the day after Thanksgiving when we get all of our Christmas shopping done. People all over the country set their alarm clocks for 5 a.m so they can go stand in line for hours

Should we worry about the foods we eat?

When faced with the decision of food, most people go for what seems delicious, but are our favorite foods actually killing us? Many of the foods teenagers mindlessly enjoy are high in sugar, fat, and calories. In a typical 2,000

Cosmetology holds annual Hair and Nail Competition

The Cosmetology students welcomed many local salon professionals into their lab to judge the annual Hair and Nail Competition on November 9. Metro, Reve, Polished Nail Bar and many more salons were represented that day. Each year, the senior students

NV Business Tech wins competition

The Business Tech team earned some much-needed money for college on November 13, taking home the win at the seventh annual Junior Achievement Business Challenge at the University of Toledo. The competition was simple; all the teams had to do

Application fees add to stress of applying for college

As a senior the thought of college has been a stressful one for the last couple of months and will continue to be one until spring when I receive my acceptance letter. Choosing which school to go to, and then

NV choir holds workshop

On October 13, Glenberg East High School’s choir stopped by NV for a choir workshop while on a trip from the windy city. To start off the workshop, the directors introduced students from each choir as they combined with the