Why Staying at Home is Saving Front Line Workers

Madeline Trautner, Student Writer

April 27, 2020

In Pennsylvania, citizens should continue to be under a stay-at-home order. Recently, there have been debates about opening up businesses to save our crippling economy. On Monday, April 20, thousands gathered in Harrisburg to prote...

The Next Global Pandemic

Wesley Steele, Student Writer

April 27, 2020

Climate change and deforestation make the world more hospitable to viruses and bacteria. Changes in temperature and rainfall have a profound effect on the spreading of infectious diseases.  More extreme weather including droughts,...

How to Eat Smart

Brandon Peralta, Student Writer

April 27, 2020

People may have a difficult time starting to eat healthily, and choosing the right types of foods can be a hassle. However, through my research, I was able to find an app that can help you record the calories you are taking in....

Honor Our Senior Athletes

Ashlyn McClelland, Student Writer

April 27, 2020

We believe that our spring senior athletes should eventually be honored even under the current circumstances pertaining to the coronavirus outbreak. Senior year is the year that everyone looks forward to. All of the major senior festivities a...

Who Do I Believe Now?

Tori Martin, Student Writer

April 27, 2020

When will the day officially come where the world will go back to normal? This quarantine life is not what we had in store for our 2020 year. Our senior year: graduation, awards, prom, it is all now possibly gone. Car parades...

Calling All Women

Zoe Hollahan, Student Writer

April 27, 2020

In 1913, woman gained the right to vote and 81 years later, in 1994 the Violence Against Women's Act was passed. This act gave women basic human rights that they deserved for years. The act was reinstated in 2004 and 2013. How...

What Can We Do Now to Help the Travel Industry Later?

Jacob Horan, Student Writer

April 27, 2020

In the height of a pandemic, all unnecessary travel is prohibited, and the travel industry is feeling the negative effects. So in this trying time for businesses, what can be done to relieve some of the pressure on th...

Learning to Love the Lost Arts

Elisabeth Kolb, Student Writer

April 6, 2020

Running out of things to binge-watch on Netflix? Do you keep refreshing the page on Instagram and TikTok in hopes for something else to watch or like? Feel like you’re running out of options? With not being able to visit friends...

Senioritis isn’t worth it

Elisabeth Kolb and Ellie Borghi

March 13, 2020

Senioritis: an attitude epidemic sweeping the halls of our very high school. Many seniors feel like they are set once they get accepted into college, so they relinquish the reins on their school work. Their work ethic plummets and their grades slip through the cracks. Ho...

The Reality of Reality TV

Julie Trautner, Student Writer

March 12, 2020

The false reality of reality TV shows is damaging to today’s society as this type of TV puts out harmful stereotypes of people and could be considered as unethical. The viewers of reality TV shows have climbed throughout the yea...

The Effects of Student Jobs on High Schoolers

Lindsay Gordon, Student Writer

March 5, 2020

Student jobs provide high schoolers with the opportunity to learn responsibility and time management, but if their job becomes overwhelming, a student can experience an academic decrease. High school jobs expose young students to t...

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