Monthly Archives: March 2017

Salute to Education

Every year in April the Sylvania Area Chamber of Commerce recognizes local teachers, counselors, faculty, and administrators that are in the Sylvania Schools District. This year 12 teachers were chosen. These teachers were selected for their outstanding service to their

Fast Food Restaurant Differences

When looking at fast food restaurants in the North and in the South side by side, there are major differences. The differences do not usually relate to the type of food being served, but instead it is the actual brand

Joining Clubs Just For Colleges?

I think most high school students involved in numerous clubs and activities have been guilty of this; only joining so “it looks good on college applications.” I’m here to tell you that while getting involved is always a good thing,

Peace Project

The PEACE Project is an organization that focuses on helping children going through rough times. Specifically instances with drugs and alcohol. Recently, the PEACE project has been working on mentoring younger students, specifically in middle schools. They have been talking

Carnegie Hall Experience

When you hear the news that you are going to play at one of the most well known and prestigious music halls of the nation, it doesn’t exactly hit you until the you see tall buildings and people stopping at

Lady Gaga Performance

Thirty year-old popstar Lady Gaga performed at halftime of the the 51st annual Super Bowl football game. More than 100 million viewers tuned in for Gaga’s performance. The halftime show was filled with acrobatics, dancing, and creative staging arrangements.  Lady

Dance Team Regionals

High school dance teams from all around northwest Ohio competed at Regionals February 12 at Northview. “Glad we got to dance in our house,” freshman Jenna Storey said. There were three different categories Hip Hop, Jazz, and Pom. The dance

Pep Assembly

The first pep assembly of the new year was a hit with students of all grade levels. Many events were held in the assembly including the announcement of the winner of the penny war. For weeks students collected money to