Northwest Horizons

Revival of Winter Percussion

Anna Yang, contributing writer

January 25, 2016

The Winter Percussion ensemble at Northwest has been revived. The last winter percussion program ended in 2000. "Kids were no longer interested and their work ethic resulted in them not coming to rehearsals," band director...

Your guide for staying fashionably warm during winter

Maddie Lawson, Staff Writer

January 15, 2016

For girls: Layers Layers are always a good way to spice up your outfit and make it more interesting. A cute way of doing this is by wearing a sweater with a button down shirt underneath or a patterned shirt with a plain jacket. Its all about starting with a base layer. Once you pick it out, move onto ...

Optimistic ocular miracle: Junior overcomes rare eye disorder

December 14, 2015

  Junior Charles Cornelius has an unusual ailment: he was diagnosed with uveitis, which is an inflammation of the middle layer of the eye. It all started three years ago. “Nov. 2, 2012, I was at the beach; I was in...

Humans of Northwest: Maxime Brown

Haleigh Cadd, Staff Writer

December 11, 2015

How would an individual feel if he or she was were moving to the United States from France? Butterflies in the stomach? Buffalo, maybe? A plane ride across the Atlantic would most likely not help abdominal matters, either. Since sophomore Maxime Brown previously visited nine diff...

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