The Bulldogger

Things to do in quarantine

A list of different restaurants that deliver, movies and shows to watch, songs to listen to, and a few Instagram accounts that can help lift your spirits.

Sophia Walsh, Editor in Chief

March 19, 2020

With the COVID-19 virus knocking at our doors being stuck in your house all day can be boring and sometimes lonely, so what can you do to stay entertained and happy? Here are just a few options to help keep you healthy and engaged in these trying times. What's for dinner? Restaurants that wi...

HOCO Pep Rally

NPHS cheer team performs during the pep rally.

Sophia Walsh, Editor in Chief

September 26, 2019

Kendama Kraziness

Kendama Kraziness

Sophia Walsh, Editor in Chief

April 26, 2019

You’ve probably heard and seen these little hand games that are becoming popular among high school students. Whether your teacher has asked a million times for a classmate to put it away or you have one yourself, kendamas are a traditional Japanese skill toy that originated in 16th century France....

Women at war

Where in the world women are currently drafted into service.

Sophia Walsh, Editor in Chief

March 29, 2019

Are you ready to sign up for war? Most people aren’t, but in the United States once, boys turn 18 years old, they’re required to sign up for the draft. What about the girls? The draft, more historically known as conscription, has been used in the U.S. since 1917 to force young men years 19-26...

Cellphone fasting

Cellphone fasting

February 22, 2019

No Snapchat, no Instagram, no Netflix. Could you leave your phone behind for a week? That’s exactly what six members of The Bulldogger staff did this month. We participated in a week-long cell phone fast where we gave up Snapchat, Instagram, Netflix and even games to test how addicted we really...

Dialing up addiction

Dialing up addiction

February 22, 2019

Nomophobia, or cellphone addiction, has become a huge problem in people’s lives and most are not even aware of it. According to data from tech company GSMA, there were 5 billion mobile device users world-wide in 2017, and they predict that by next year, 75 percent of the global population will be connected...

Mathematic Madness:

Mathematic Madness:

Sophia Walsh, Editor in Chief

January 25, 2019

Math. An already difficult class for many, where frequent one-on-one questions are sometimes required for a student to learn the material. But what happens when a stressed, overworked teacher has more students than desks. Many math classes at North Platte High School have over 30 students per teacher,...

“Coming out” with a new club

“Coming out” with a new club

Sophia Walsh, Editor in Chief

November 30, 2018

Editors Note: Quincey Epley is the Editor-in-Chief Acceptance, support, safety and a fun time are all things that would describe the environment Gay Straight Alliance leader senior Quincey Epley is trying to create within North Platte High School. The Gay-Straight Alliance, also known as GSA, is a new...

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