How to Get The Job Done in the Offseason

Sarah Williams, Journalism Student

February 2, 2019

Filed under Advice, Features, Sports

Bikini season is long gone, and wintry weather has fallen upon us. Every winter after high school soccer season ends, I have struggled to stay in shape and find motivation to work out in the offseason. Many will agree that it...

Mental Health: Seek the Help You Need

Kiley Watson, Journalism Student

February 2, 2019

Filed under Advice, Features, Investigative

Mental health disorders are problems that are becoming more prevalent over time. For everyone in five students, one will have some type of mental illness. Therefore, if you teach or participate in a classroom with 25 students,...

12 Year Old Girl Prays To Walk Again

Jenna Lund, Staff Writer

February 2, 2019

Filed under Features

As she laid on the wet green grass looking up at the blue sky she thought her life was over. The pain was piercing through her entire leg, but then it began to go numb and the next thing she remembered was waking up in a cold...

New Year, New You

Christina Thatcher, Staff Writer

February 2, 2019

Filed under Features

Taking fifteen minutes for yourself or even just a minute can have a lasting effect on your entire day. Your overall mood throughout the day can be shifted based on self-care. When you care for yourself, it is one of the many...

New Year, Follow Through?

Kouri Peace, Staff Writer

February 2, 2019

Filed under Features

Are you, or should I say were you, a part of the 77% of people who made a resolution for the new year? While a good amount of people try to create rules to help them live a healthier and happier lifestyle, only about 8% actually...

Behind the Scenes of the Daily Ramble

Tori Patterson, Staff Writer

February 2, 2019

Filed under Features

The Daily Ramble is a great production produced by one of Pennridge’s teachers, Mr. Friedman.  Students are able to display their talents of speaking and presenting information in front of a camera for the whole school to see. ...

Standardized Testing: Friend or Foe?

Sarah Williams, Staff Writer

February 1, 2019

Filed under Editorials, Features

A standardized test is any form of test that requires all test takers to answer a selection of questions in the same way and is scored in a “standard” or consistent manner. Standardized testing in education systems has rais...

How To Thrive in High School

Ashley Pyne, Staff Writer

February 1, 2019

Filed under Advice, Features

Want to survive the next four years? By following these five simple steps you won’t only survive, you will thrive. These can apply to anyone from Freshman to Seniors. It’s going to be tough, but everyone gets through it. You...

How To Survive High School

Zahraa Munshi, Staff Writer

February 1, 2019

Filed under Advice, Features

High School can be very intimidating, exciting and stressful. High School is all about finding yourself, meeting new people, stepping outside of your comfort zone and figuring out what you want to do for the rest of your life....

Learning to Live with an Addict

Rachel Madden, Student Writer

February 1, 2019

Filed under Features

Ever since I was nine years old, my life didn’t make sense. From waking up sweating and panicking, to screaming left and right. My ears rung with annoyance, as I heard my dad yell at my sister. This was an everyday occurrence,...

Fast Food Makes America Obese

Ashley Pyne, Student Writer

February 1, 2019

Filed under Features

The average consumption of fast food has gone up rapidly in the past few years.Often times most Americans eat out rather than cooking in their own homes. Fast food tends to be cheaper and can be quick and easy. The portion siz...

Behind the Scenes: The Fematas

Olivia Pena, Staff Writer

December 18, 2018

Filed under Community, Features

Angelic voices echo off the concrete walls of Pennridge High School’s choir room. The smooth, melodic tones of 15 girls match pitch perfectly with a single piano note. The celestial song of the altos and sopranos fill the room....

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