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The Cost of College

January 16, 2020 11:36pm | Meghana Ramineni, Melissa Liu, Anna Lowrance

     For many high school seniors, achieving financial stability in the future is a powerful motivator to work hard on college applications and attend a respectable university. However, there are limitations that, in some cases, are out of a student’s control, one being that […]

Humans of Northview: Cole Dipietro

January 16, 2020 11:24pm | Sean O'Neal

Wading through a sea of people is no easy task. Finding somebody in a crowd is even more difficult. Whether a child has lost his or her mother in a busy Walmart or someone takes the wrong turn walking through Times Square, finding someone standing […]

Humans of Northview: Ashley Nephew

December 10, 2019 3:13pm | Anna Lowrance

Meet Ashley Nephew. One of Northview High School’s most remarkable students. She’s come a long way– from China to Georgia, from Conyers to Johns Creek, from sketching stick-figures to painting pieces comparable to the works of professional artists. It was sophomore year. Tenth grade Honors […]

Humans of Northview: Akhil Swarna

November 17, 2019 9:05pm | Bedansh Pandey

Without a proper student body, a school is merely a container of unmotivated teenagers with teachers droning on and on. Thankfully, though, our Northview High School does not have this problem—and aside from its diligent and charismatic administration, the students are the ones who weave […]

Summer Arts: Ryan Minter and Cherie Sang

November 6, 2019 3:15pm | Manasa Premanand, Megan Serfontein, Meghana Ramineni

Mother and son. Possibly one of the strongest relationships one can form. Whether it be through one of love or conflict, the way every individual has a bond with their mother is unique to themselves. Ryan Minter, a senior and aspiring filmmaker, recently created the […]

New Teacher: Kristen Lanier

November 6, 2019 3:11pm | Suhani Mahajan, Rachel Everett

Kristen Lanier recently moved to Johns Creek after living in Madrid for five years. However, the area is not as alien to her as one may expect – she grew up in Cobb County, and got introduced to Spanish through school – something nearly all […]

New Teacher: Ms. Lynne Bombard

November 6, 2019 3:09pm | Suhani Mahajan, Rachel Everett

After five years teaching outside of Northview, Lynne Bombard is ready to get back into the swing of things. Bombard left Northview in 2014 to help create a math program for students heading into high school. With that, her variety of teaching jobs grew.  Previously […]

Senior to Senior

February 11, 2019 1:08pm | Meghana Ramineni

It is uncommon for different generations to interact and communicate with each other, due to the apparent disparities in trends, childhood, job expectations, and more. Each generation has encountered different events in their lives, and because of this it can be eye-opening to unveil the […]

Jean Lee, Inaugural Titan of Northview

January 15, 2019 1:01pm | Melissa Liu

       Born to immigrant parents in California, junior Jean Lee moved to Georgia in 2006. She felt like an outsider because of her lack of friends. Lee had many things she wanted to say, but her shy personality held her back, so she […]

Feature: Makayla Davis

January 11, 2019 10:56am | Lauren Tyler

The Northview girls basketball team has had a strong first half of the 2018-2019 season. One of their featured players is Makayla Davis. She contributes a lot to the team with teamwork, skills, and honesty tas a shooting guard. “I have been playing basketball for […]