Humans of Northwood: Rachel Rosner ’20

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Rachel Rosner ’20 (Photo provided)

My name is Rachel Rosner. I’m a junior and a day student. I’m originally from Carthage, NY, but I moved up to Lake Placid three years ago when I first came to Northwood. I repeated ninth grade at Northwood, but I think taking the extra year has really helped me prepare not only for college but also for the real world and life in general. It has also shaped me in a couple ways. Since Northwood is such a small community, I feel like everyone here is one big family. People have really encouraged me to come out of my shell, be more open, and express my beliefs.

I do a conglomerate of sports here. I rock climb, rec ski, and I actually started the equestrian team here at Northwood after two years of petitioning and driving my points home. The classes I’m taking this year are Honors Calculus, Honors Physics, AP Environmental Science, AP English Language, and Spanish IV/V. Everything is going really well so far, and I’m super excited to see what happens.

 

As told to Miranda Bookman ‘20

Girls’ hockey goes 1-0-1 in First Home Weekend

September 29-30) The Northwood Girls hockey team had their first set of home games against Niagara Jr. Purple Eagles on Saturday and Sunday at the Olympic Center. The weekend started off with a slow start; however, it ended with a better finish.

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Aimee Headland ’19 celebrates a goal (photo: @nwgirlshockey) in recent action at the Olympic Center.

The first game, from the start, started with Niagara in control as they scored within the first minute of the game taking the lead 1-0. Just a couple minutes later Niagara put another one on the board pushing the score to 2-0. In the second period, the Huskies started to get opportunities as Margot Rouquette ‘20 (Defense) scored off a shot from the point making the score 2-1. Niagara wasn’t going to hold back as they added another two to the score controlling the game at a score of 4-1. In the third, Niagara had added another four to take the win 8-1.

The second game of the weekend proved to be a better game for the Huskies as they held with the Eagles without many scoring chances.

With this weekend’s game, the Huskies move to 1-1-1 on the season. Up next for the Huskies is a two-game series at home against Trinity. Follow the Girls’ Hockey Team on Facebook and Twitter for live play-by-play updates year round.

Girls Hockey Tops Shamrocks in Season-Opener

If the season-opener revealed anything about the Northwood Girls’ Hockey Team, it is that they are a hard-working bunch. Last Sunday, the girls traveled to Burlington, VT to take on the Vermont Shamrocks. Despite being together for only a few days, the Huskies played with fierce tenacity and showed that, with effort, they can outwork any team. [Read more…]

Bennett returns to Northwood Following Training with Team Quebec

Have you ever wondered how it feels to come to school late with everything already established? Sarah Bennett ‘19 knows. She spent the first three weeks of school in Chile training with Team Quebec. A staff of The Mirror sat down with Bennett and Northwood Ski Coach Terry DelliQuadri to hear out her experience. [Read more…]

50 Boys Found in Berg. Nobody in Trouble.

In early August, Northwood students received an email that made returning girls cheer. They were moving to the main building.  All girls would live on First and Second West and he Bergamin Dormitory would house younger males. The email from Dean of Students Mr. Gino Riffle said the change was made in order “to better serve our female population.” [Read more…]

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