The Northern Light

Student Sections: The Truth about Portage Northern

Student Sections: The Truth about Portage Northern

Andrew Stone, Staff Writer

October 3, 2013


Filed under All, Opinion

In front of about 150 or so students in the crowd for Portage Northern’s Winterfest basketball game against Benton Harbor last year, a player went up for a dunk and grazed the rim as he put the ball through the net. The students went nuts! The only problem being the player who attempted the dunk was...

Portage Northern’s Left Door

Portage Northern’s Left Door

Jonathan Crowell, Opinion Editor

October 3, 2013


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“It just throws off my whole day,” said Avi Grode (12). Portage Northern students have to deal with the left door on the second floor east hallway everyday because the builders of the new school never put into consideration how students would get through. The handles are only on one side of the door...

Money Grows On Trees?

Money Grows On Trees?

Sarah Cornell, Life & Style Editor

September 24, 2013


Filed under All, Opinion

“I don’t think that it makes sense for us to have to pay to leave school,” said Maggie Mianecke (11).  For students, lunch can be the best part of their day. It is the time where they go and see all the friends that they do not necessarily get to see often because of the busy high school schedule....

Learning Beyond the Classroom with iTunes U

Learning Beyond the Classroom with iTunes U

Ben Beach, News Editor

September 24, 2013


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“It’s a good way to supplement in class learning,” said Connor Bach (10). iTunes U is a computer program through which students may access lecture provided free from various universities. Apple Inc. provides this service in order to disseminate lectures and lessons from universities around the...

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