The Chant

Day three of senior week called for a “black out” theme, and students decked out head to toe in black attire. Also today, for the first time ever, TC put on a senior-only movie night and will offer a double feature of High School Musical 3 and An Extremely Goofy Movie in the Arena from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.. “I mostly wear black to begin with, so today is a perfect day for me,” Magnet senior Ayesha Cheema said.

Where’d all the colors go?

Haley Kish, Reporter, Photographer
April 24, 2019
Today, seniors at NC showed their fellow classmates what they hope to become in the future. Students dressed up as different career choices, including teachers, nurses, or even explorers and farmers. Senior Julia Snyder plans on attending Oglethorpe University in the fall to pursue a teaching degree. “I really love kids, and Oglethorpe recently added a teaching program to their school,” Snyder said.

Future careers in sight

Elyssa Abbott, Reporter, Photographer
April 23, 2019
	Students came decked out in their best “Frat boy” costumes on Thursday, January 31. With  their last ever Hoopcoming week coming to a close, seniors James Craig and Emily LaPierre took their outfits to the next level, “Lots of people think Hoopcoming is kind of boring, which is why you just have to go for it so you can make it more entertaining. I do not want to graduate and not be able to say I participated in stuff like this, so I whipped out my khakis and drew a fake beard,” LaPierre said.

Frat boys take over NC

Lainey Devlin, Reporter, Photographer
January 31, 2019
Students closed off Red Ribbon week by dressing up as their future career. Careers ranging from plummers to doctors roamed the halls of NC. “I have always wanted to be an anesthesiologist nurse, and today was the day I could live out my dream of being that,“ senior Judy Mihyar said.

The doctor is in

Rachel Maxwell, Social Media Manager
November 2, 2018
In honor of the Twin Day dress-up day for Red Ribbon Week, the math department all decided to dress up like Prinicpal Moody. With his signature suit and tie and slicked back hair, each teacher nailed his look perfectly.

Seeing double?

Tara Anastasoff, Editor-in-Chief, Photo Editor
November 1, 2018
Students dressed up in their Halloween costumes today to celebrate the holiday. Most of these costumes consisted of fictional characters or occupational extremes, including a gay priest purposefully trying to make a statement. “I think that senior year is scarier than Halloween,” senior Katherine Benedict said.

Where did all the students go?

Haley Kish, Reporter, Photographer
October 31, 2018
Marking the second day of Red Ribbon Week, students arrived to school decked out in their red clothing. Sophomores Naoshin Kaiser and Drew Dodd struck a fun pose in their red Vans. The rest of the dress up days for this week include Crazy Hair Day, Twin Day, and Sports/Career Day.

Seeing red

Kimani Kinyanjui, Photographer
October 30, 2018
Students dressed up in either their rags or riches for homecoming week. Students who dressed in rags dressed their worst, while students who dressed in riches dressed their best to impress. Students wore pajamas or old, messy clothes or wore fancy clothes or “gangster-rich” just like rappers.

Worst of the worst or best of the best?

Haley Kish, Photographer
October 3, 2018
Today marked the second dress-up day of Homecoming week: Meme Fay. Students and teachers filled the halls dressed as today’s most popular memes. AP Lang and Honors American Lit teacher Lindsay Theaker dressed up as Dark Kermit from the movie Muppets Most Wanted.

Memes takeover NC

Kimani Kinyanjui, Photographer, Videographer
October 2, 2018
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