The official student media of Blue Valley Northwest High School

BVNWnews

The official student media of Blue Valley Northwest High School

BVNWnews

The official student media of Blue Valley Northwest High School

BVNWnews

The increase in GPS technology has allowed parents to track their childrens locations, and vice versa. Though many view this practice as helpful and cautionary, some teens consider it an invasion of privacy.
Inner circle
GPS apps have become increasingly popular as parents monitor their children’s location and groups of friends create “circles” to stay connected.
Lexi Jones, Writer • January 8, 2023
Senior Emily Natanova sits in the library while working on assignments for one of her online classes, Oct. 27.
Experiencing online classes
Nafsiya Hafiz, Writer • November 14, 2022
Senior Regan Cavin leads the band at halftime during the football game, Sep. 9.
Drum major demands
Quinn Brown, Writer • November 1, 2022
Senior Ella Lagoski eats popcorn while posing in front of a TV displaying the Netflix logo.
The bad news on Netflix
Jeny Jithesh, Writer • October 12, 2022
FACS teacher Elizabeth Warren takes a selfie with Keith Urban after being invited onstage at his Fort Worth concert, Oct. 1.
Northwest teacher meets Keith Urban at concert
Family and Consumer Sciences teacher Elizabeth Warren was invited on stage during Keith Urban’s concert at Dickies Arena on Oct. 1.
Lindsay Maresh , Writer • October 24, 2022
Photo of the original MUSE Magazine staff at Northwest. (Courtesy of Horizon, Vol. 4)
Introducing new sponsorship
Ashley Adams, Writer • January 5, 2022
Seniors Maya Welde and Maggie Bunch rehearse lines for Freaky Friday.
Two shows, one school
Lucy Halverson, Writer • December 14, 2021
Library copies of The Great Gatsby and Things Fall Apart, both of which are apart of the English Curriculum.
Library debt
Reagan King, Writer • December 3, 2021
Graphic illustration depicting a group of graduates.
Northwest productions
Blue Valley Northwest has produced a multitude of creative and successful individuals.
Ashley Adams, Writer • March 31, 2022
Matthew Maher helps sophomore Ashleigh Eblen develop film in art teacher Melanie Mikel’s photography class. “The students are
always so happy to be there. They don’t judge anyone and they always come in with a smile on their face,” Maher said.
Returning to the Pack
Maddie Oliver, Writer • October 24, 2019
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