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Over the years: current staffers who are also NHS graduates reflect on their time as Millers

May 20, 2022

Current staffers who are also NHS graduates reflect on their times as Millers

Accepting pride: recent legislation is having an impact on student groups at NHS

May 19, 2022

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Making a splash: NHS boys swim team’s traditions have endured through generations
Never Daunted: How beloved Miller girls basketball coach Donna Buckley navigated her career in teaching and coaching to achieve her dream of leading the Millers to a state title

Never Daunted: How beloved Miller girls basketball coach Donna Buckley navigated her career in teaching and coaching to achieve her dream of leading the Millers to a state title

April 15, 2022

How beloved Miller girls basketball coach Donna Buckley navigated her career in teaching and coaching to achieve her dream of leading the Millers to a state title

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The aspirational picnic table: NHS students have their writing and art showcased in a school-wide literary journal

Caitlin Hall and Ravneet Kaur | April 21, 2022

     The NHS Literary Journal, or as Bill Kenley, English teacher and co-sponsor of the journal would say, the “Aspirational Picnic Table”—inspired by a picnic table that Kenley bought during early Covid times—is a collection of writing and art created by NHS students.       Although an earlier version of the literary journal, “The Croquet Club,” used to be available, it was...

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Analyce Craft and Kenzie Glass | April 11, 2022

It was ten minutes after the last performance of the night and the members of NHS’s New Dimension stood with sore feet, sweaty bodies pressed together, ears straining for an answer to the prayers of students who have thrown themselves into months upon months of grueling work. The judges test their mics, the names that escape their lips all blurring together, creating a dull haze of sound as Gabby...

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Normal ≠ boring: How one NHS artist works to show that we are all interconnected

Avery Lowry and Kenzie Glass | February 26, 2022

For an average teenager in America, social media and the validation it provides can often dictate how you view yourself. To be deemed ‘special’ is to be thought of as worthy of praise, whereas being viewed as average is to be ‘too boring’ or lacking originality. But is all of humankind different from one another? Or, rather, do we all have common characteristics among us?

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Road Work Ahead; Driving Safely in the Winter

Heather McQuinn and Kylee White | February 25, 2022

Slip-n-slides are consistently enjoyable during the warm, sunshine soaked months of summer. But they’re not so fun if you find yourself behind the wheel and you’re slipping and sliding on a patch of ice. According to an auto insurance survey, more than 116,800 people become injured each year from car accidents that have occurred due to snowy or icy roads. As of lately, NHS staff and students have...

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