Making our mark in any medium... the official student news of Normal Community High School

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Making our mark in any medium... the official student news of Normal Community High School

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Making our mark in any medium... the official student news of Normal Community High School

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NCHS After Prom - Mapped Out

NCHS After Prom – Mapped Out

"Bright Lights Big City" is this year's After Prom theme, presented by the Junior Class Board. It takes place at NCHS from 11:30 p.m. Saturday, April 28 to 4:00 a.m. Sunday, April 29. A ticket costs $12.50, sold outside the cafeteria during lunch hours from April 18th - 19th and 23rd - 25th. Get informed on the whats and wheres of After Prom.
Emily Schlueter, Staff Reporter
April 17, 2018
A Dates Guide to Promposals

A Date’s Guide to Promposals

If you are struggling to come up with a creative promposal, we can help you out.
Katie Fata, Staff Reporter
February 27, 2018
Important Dates for a Prom Date

Important Dates for a Prom Date

Saturday, April 28 is quickly approaching and a procrastinator might find themselves short on time to prepare for the dance. Use this guide to help you stay on top of the deadlines.
Ellie Sauder, Social Media Editor
February 24, 2018
Seven Green Room essentials: A look at the Green Room

Seven Green Room essentials: A look at the Green Room

NCHS is home to many classrooms that students may not have the opportunity to step into during their four years here. The Green Room is just one.
Aaron Knoll, Staff Reporter
February 12, 2018
What Makes a Lunch?

What Makes a Lunch?

Katie Fata walks you through the lunch line and lays out the options.
Katie Fata, Staff Reporter
February 9, 2018
Shedding light on the Dark Room

Shedding light on the Dark Room

NCHS is home to many classrooms that students may not have the opportunity to step into during their four years here. The Dark Room is just one.
Taylor Kern, Staff Reporter
February 8, 2018
IMC update: Collab lab

IMC update: Collab lab

IMC remodels former computer lab space
Melissa Schill, Editor in Chief
September 1, 2017
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