The North Star

ARcTic Amble: BHSN Arts Department Fundraiser

ARcTic Amble: BHSN Arts Department Fundraiser

Raegan Deckard, Editor-in-Chief December 8, 2022

Cougars! Our wonderful visual arts department has given students so many opportunities and modes of expression. Just this fall, staff reporter Margaret Hill did a story on artist of the month Hunter Broomall's...

Ashley Benson

Ashley Benson: Cougar turned Hall of Famer

Raegan Deckard, Editor-in-Chief November 3, 2022

As you roam the commons of Bloomington North, you’ll find artifacts of deeply ingrained Cougar sports history; trophies upon trophies, plaques, and lists of state championships that intensify Cougar...

Ebba Teferra

Ebba Tefera, a look into the National Honor Society

Logan Havron, Staff Reporter October 27, 2022

The ability to motivate oneself is one tough for most people, and one sought by many,  but for Ebba Tefera, it has come naturally. Ebba Tefera is a junior at BHSN, and a member of National Honor Society....

Hunter Broomall’s cup project.

Artist of the Month: Hunter Broomall

Margaret Hill, Staff Reporter October 8, 2022

Hunter Broomall is a junior at North currently in his third year of drawing. This month, drawing classes were given a “paper cup” assignment, in which they were given free range to create any black...

BHSN Senior and National Merit Semi-Finalist, Brady Christiansen

BHSN 2022 Academic Award Recipients

Paul Murphy, Staff Reporter September 21, 2022

Bloomington High School North has a history of academic excellence and is proud to recognize the dedication and hardwork of those who have been awarded academic recognition awards this year.  North...

ConFused 2020

April 1, 2020

Click the link below to read the 2020 edition of ConFused! ConFused PDF final

Artist Spotlight: Some Award Winning Work at BHSN

Artist Spotlight: Some Award Winning Work at BHSN

Braden Marksberry April 12, 2019

There are so many passionate people with powerful voices and visions in the world and while that’s wonderful, it sometimes causes communities to skim over some people. The same can be said for almost...

The First-Ever Photo of a Black Hole

The First-Ever Photo of a Black Hole

Jerrett Alexander, Reporter April 10, 2019

On Wednesday, April 10, the Event Horizon Telescope Project released the first-ever photo of a black hole. The image, which you can view here, captures the black hole's horizon, which is basically the...

The Story of Women’s History Month

The Story of Women’s History Month

Ellie Lloyd, Writer April 10, 2019

Since 1987, the month of March in each year has been used as a way to celebrate women. As we move into April, here is a look back at the past 32 Women’s History Months, the story behind its creation,...

The stars of One Day at a Time pose for a group selfie at the show’s launch in 2017.

Netflix Has a Huge Problem. And It’s Not the Price.

Jerrett Alexander, Reporter April 10, 2019

In the 22 years since its inception, Netflix has reinvented television. What began as a DVD distribution service is now a global, video streaming phenomena worth billions of dollars. As of January 2019,...

Same Year, New Principal

Same Year, New Principal

Jerrett Alexander, Reporter March 3, 2019

A new face will soon join the North faculty. On Tuesday, Feb. 26, the MCCSC board approved the hiring of Michelle Brittain-Watts as North’s new principal. She will begin on April 1. North has been...

Valentines Day Mood Playlists

Valentine’s Day Mood Playlists

February 14, 2019

No matter what your relationship status this Valentine's Day, you'll probably be able to find a playlist that suits your mood on this romantic holiday in the collection of playlists Fused staffers has...

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