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Q & A with Dr. Sandra Lemmon

Q & A with Dr. Sandra Lemmon

Grace Burns
April 9, 2014
Filed under Features, Showcase

  Dr. Sandra Lemmon, Southern York County School District’s Assistant Superintendent, will replace current Superintendent of Schools Dr. Thomas Hensley who is retiring at the end of this year.  Lemmon will serve as Superintendent from July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2019, according to The Susqueha...

‘Bye Bye Birdie’ rocks the stage

‘Bye Bye Birdie’ rocks the stage

Matthew Mitzel
April 9, 2014
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Features, News, Showcase

Over the first weekend in April Susquehannock theatre brought the musical 'Bye Bye Birdie' to life.

Graduation requires year-round work

Elijah Holloway
April 3, 2014
Filed under Features

  Graduation, a memorable time for seniors to cherish forever, is more than a one day event.   Preparation begins at the beginning of the school year.  In the beginning of the year, senior class council advisor Kristin Johnson passes out order forms for caps and gowns and organizes the senior brea...

Prom-posals at Susquehannock have begun

Abigail Bentz
April 1, 2014
Filed under Features

As May approaches, the worrying about who to ask to prom has begun, leading to the appearance of some elaborate prom-posals. Read More »...

Teacher, music lover J. Dominick set to retire

Matthew Mitzel
April 1, 2014
Filed under Features, News

Many know him at Susquehannock as the music lover, the guitar player, or an overall outstanding teacher; students and staff say farewell to history and government teacher Joe Dominick. Read More »...

School’s internet less frustrating than it seems

School’s internet less frustrating than it seems

Elijah Holloway
March 31, 2014
Filed under Features

  Susquehannock’s technology department, which connects hundreds of computers, laptops, countless iPods and smartphones with internet protected the content filter of Smoothwall, has received complaints for blocked sites.   However, the situation would be a lot worse without daily monitoring by our tec...

Beloved English teacher Kelley to retire this year

Beloved English teacher Kelley to retire this year

Caitlin Garrett
March 31, 2014
Filed under Features, News, Showcase

  English teacher Tamara Kelley has worked at Susquehannock high school for 30 years as an outstanding member of the English department and sadly has decided to retire after this year. Read More »...

My cultural adventure in the Bahamas

Julie Reed
March 30, 2014
Filed under Features

   Recently I took a week long cruise to the Bahamas where I learned a lot about their culture. Read More »...

Freshmen cross the bridge in to high school

Abigail Bentz
March 27, 2014
Filed under Features

 With two months remaining in their first year of high school, freshmen have enjoyed the freedom of being high school students. Read More »...

Seniors see graduation in the horizon

Karly Matthews
March 25, 2014
Filed under Features

Since caps and gowns were handed out on Monday, March 17, some seniors have begun to visualize their graduations. Snow days have pushed graduation from June 4 to a later date that will be decided in April, so the Class of 2013 is thankful that graduation is finally starting to take shape. With less th...

iPhone 5s vs Samsung S5

iPhone 5s vs Samsung S5

Luke Bond
March 18, 2014
Filed under Features

  Android users and iPhone users will forever have a biased opinion of their devices; each side seems to have an argument to defend why their phone is better. Read More »...

The College Board shakes up the SATs

Abigail Bentz
March 18, 2014
Filed under Features, News

The College Board has decided that it is time to adjust  the SATs, the standardized test that many high school students stress about. Read More »...

STEM Junior Achievement Summit entices freshmen

STEM Junior Achievement Summit entices freshmen

Matthew Mitzel
March 4, 2014
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Features, News

A Junior Achievement STEM summit came to Susquehannock High School on Friday, February 21, bringing many science experiments and hands on activities for freshmen to do. Below are pictures of many of the activities that took place throughout the day.    

King of Hearts Pep Rally pumps up student body

King of Hearts Pep Rally pumps up student body

Matthew Mitzel
March 4, 2014
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Features, News

Due to inclement weather, the 2014 King of Hearts Pep Rally was postponed until Wednesday, February 19th. The pep rally consisted of a presentation of the King of Hearts candidates, songs from the marching band, and a cheer leading routine.. Below are pictures taken during the pep rally. ...

Susky has talent

Collin Riley
March 1, 2014
Filed under Features

 It is debatable that America has talent, but it’s time to prove that Susquehannock has it.    Three students decided to audition for America's Got Talent and attempted to pass through the first audition. Read More »...

It’s more than just a snow day

Luke Bond
February 26, 2014
Filed under Features, News

With record-breaking snowfall this season, many students ponder what goes into the decision-making process by Superintendent Dr. Thomas Hensley and the school district to determine whether to cancel school for the day or to have a delay. Read More »...

Alesha Herman sprints to a bright future

Grace Burns
February 20, 2014
Filed under Features

  Propelling herself out of her starting position, she breaks into a sprint, building up speed.  Eyes on the finish line, she commands her body to utilize all the energy left in her.  Not until she hears the crowd erupt into cheers does she know she has not only finished the race but also has won...

Columbia Mall tragedy makes mall goers think

Tyler Ritz
February 19, 2014
Filed under Features, News

  Columbia Maryland; is just a short drive from the Southern York County School District where students and staff have commuted to the mall in the past, but to many people’s surprise on Saturday, January 25 two lives were taken in the mall, 25 year old Tyler Johnson and 21 year old Brianna Benlolo.   Read More »...

Security at the Winter Olympics

Matthew Mitzel
February 10, 2014
Filed under Features

Many know the Winter Olympics began just a few days ago in Sochi, Russia, but security is still  a controversial issue. Read More »...

Earth Club helps students enjoy the world around them

Elise Delozier
February 10, 2014
Filed under Features

   Students may have seen the green and white posters around the building for the Earth Club’s meetings, but many do not know what they're really missing out on. Read More »...

Dollars for Scholars program offers scholarship opportunities

Julie Reed
February 4, 2014
Filed under Features, News

   With thoughts of college next year, many students are looking for ways to get money and the Dollars for Scholars program is a great way to apply for 65 scholarships by only filling out one application.   Read More »...

Druck takes a shot at Division I

Druck takes a shot at Division I

Elijah Holloway
January 31, 2014
Filed under Athletics, Features

“I started basketball when I was little; my mom signed me up without me knowing.”   From a surprise trip to basketball practice to now, senior Shannon Druck has come a long way.   Druck accepted a full scholarship in November to play division one college basketball at Holy Cross University. ...

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day achieves nationwide participation

Grace Burns
January 30, 2014
Filed under Features

  Americans across the country embraced peace in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, January 20. Read More »...

Susquehannock couples plan for this year’s Valentine’s Day

Susquehannock couples plan for this year’s Valentine’s Day

Abigail Bentz
January 29, 2014
Filed under Features

The celebration of Valentine’s Day began in the 1700’s, and while some traditions may have changed, the couples of Susquehannock will keep the holiday alive through our hallways. Read More »...

Drive safe in all winter weather

Drive safe in all winter weather

Tyler Ritz
January 17, 2014
Filed under Features

Cold winter weather is nothing avoidable; whether it’s dealing with freezing temperatures, snow, sleet or rain, there are most likely going to be some setbacks getting to your destination. Read More »...

A day in the life of Tori Rassa

Jake Smith
January 17, 2014
Filed under Features

  “Are we ready to start? Thanks for choosing me, by the way.”   Senior Tori Rassa, one of the most successful artists attending Susquehannock, is at her computer focusing on finishing a design. She works fast, usually completing her projects in a matter of days. Her work is hectic, turning o...

The Growing Tree will miss the inspirational Mrs. Timcheck

The Growing Tree will miss the inspirational Mrs. Timcheck

Abigail Bentz
January 16, 2014
Filed under Features

After 37 years of teaching, 28 of which were at Susquehannock, retiring Child Care teacher Cassie Timcheck finds her last week to be bittersweet. Read More »...

2013 deer rifle season comes to an end

Julie Reed
January 6, 2014
Filed under Features

With perfect weather and clear skies, an estimated 750,000 Pennsylvania hunters participated in the first day of deer rifle hunting season on Monday, December 2, according to the PA Game Commision. Read More »...

Winter activities entice students

Julie Reed
December 4, 2013
Filed under Features

  Many students are looking forward to local winter activities in these upcoming months. Read More »...

Warrior Charge benefits elementary kids

Bethany Miller
November 22, 2013
Filed under Features

Members of the band, cheerleading and football teams participated in an event, Friday November 1 called the Warrior Charge, designed to encourage elementary school kids to read more. Read More »...

A glimpse into Peter Pan and Wendy

A glimpse into Peter Pan and Wendy

Matthew Mitzel
November 14, 2013
Filed under Features

The all-school play is just around the corner. Peter Pan and Wendy will take place, here at Susquehannock High School on the following dates: Friday, November 22, 2013 @ 7:00pm Saturday, November 23, 2013 @2:00pm Saturday, November 23, 2013 @ 7:00pm Sunday, November 24, 2013 @ 2:00pm Tickets...

Mrs. Littleton returns

Mrs. Littleton returns

Julie Reed
November 14, 2013
Filed under Features, News

  Susquehannock celebrated English teacher Erica Littleton’s return after a 6 week sick leave on Thursday, October 28. Read More »...

October Fun Night

October Fun Night

Matthew Mitzel
November 11, 2013
Filed under Features, News

Students and staff, along with parents and children around the school district, came out to enjoy a fun-filled evening of trick-or-treating at the high school on Wednesday, October 30. Read More »...

Ski club low-down

Elise Delozier
November 1, 2013
Filed under Features

Ski Club will take more trips up to Ski Round Top in the upcoming future.  Read More »

Field of Screams haunts students again

Matthew Mitzel
November 1, 2013
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Features, News

When it comes to scaring thrills and bone-tingling chills, Field of Screams can give one more fright than one can handle. Read More »...

Susquehannock theater flies in their fall production of ‘Peter Pan and Wendy’

Susquehannock theater flies in their fall production of ‘Peter Pan and Wendy’

Abigail Bentz
October 31, 2013
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Features

  With opening night of this year's fall play quickly approaching, the Susquehannock Theater program takes on the popular story of a boy who refuses to grow up, Peter Pan and Wendy. Read More »...

York Fair closes gates until next year

York Fair closes gates until next year

Matthew Mitzel
October 8, 2013
Filed under Features, News

With over a half-a-million visitors, the York Fair closes its gates until next year. Read More »...

Remembering 9/11

Matthew Mitzel
September 20, 2013
Filed under Features

Wednesday, September 11 was the twelfth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. On this day, terrorists hit both Twin Towers in New York City with a plane, as well as the Pentagon in Virginia. This event also included a plane that was hijacked and crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.   D...

Students participate in the ‘Day of Silence’

GDalpezzo
May 22, 2013
Filed under Features

Students participated in the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN)’s 21st annual Day of Silence on April 19. Read More »...

Dance, shake, and stretch the weight off

AKuznetsova
May 22, 2013
Filed under Features

Many want to lose the weight, yet several sweaty towels, some bottles of water, and one accident with the treadmill later, they quit.   There are many effective exercise programs that do not require a gym or hours upon hours of effort.   If one is lucky, he or she will also find that some of thes...

How to adjust to college

Molly Stanley A&E Editor
May 22, 2013
Filed under Features

  With this school year winding down to an end, many seniors have decided to attend a college, and some plan on rooming there. This means that there will be many adjustments that need to be made, especially if one has not been away from their family for extended periods of time.   College is a place w...

The AP tests are here

BAchterberg
May 22, 2013
Filed under Commentary, Features

They loom.   Creaking and shrieking, the monolithic exams bring the students to the nexus of their shadow. This is it. These are the Big Ones, the tests they’ve worked for and stressed about for the last seven months.   For those who don’t play the AP game, students spend seven months under...

Fairie Fest 2013

GDalpezzo
May 22, 2013
Filed under Features

The 22nd annual May Day Fairie Festival was held on the weekend May 3-5 this year at Spoutwood Farm in Glen Rock. Read More »

Photo Story: Post Prom Party 2013

Photo Story: Post Prom Party 2013

Mikayla Mayoryk Reporter
May 22, 2013
Filed under Features, News

After plenty of boogie-ing and picture-taking at prom, students continued the party at the Post Prom Party (P.P.P.). The dance was from 5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., followed by the P.P.P. from 11:30 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.. Activities at the P.P.P. included face painting, a mechanical bull, fake casino games,...

How to choose your best prom hairstyle

ANovak
May 22, 2013
Filed under Commentary, Features

It’s that time of year again with nail appointments, spray tans, trips to Renaissance, and, of course, perfecting a hairstyle for the big night. Read More »...

A Susky baby boom match-up game

Matthew Mitzel
May 22, 2013
Filed under Features

Susquehannock has had a major baby boom in the past six months. Below is a matching game; try  to match the baby to the teacher.                                       ...

French students hope to make Susky proud

MShade
May 22, 2013
Filed under Features, News

  After four years of taking French courses, the French IV students’ hard work will be tested when they participate in a language competition on April 27, 2013 at Shippensburg University. Read More »...

Shallcross chalks up a favorite

Shallcross chalks up a favorite

Gabrielle Corey
May 22, 2013
Filed under Features, News

 “Chalk it up” hosted by York Arts took place this past Saturday, April 13 at the York Galleria Mall, allowing senior Melissa Shallcross to take home the "People's Choice Award" for her chalk mural.   The event started at 11:00 a.m., and the winners were announced at 5:00 p.m.. Anyone walking through the mall that day was a  potential voter for the “Pe...

Say hello to the Arts and Tech Fair

MShade
May 22, 2013
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Features

  When one thinks of the arts, they often think of painting and drawing, but the 6th Annual Arts and Technology Fair encompasses every aspect of the art electives offered at Susky. Read More »...

Photo Story: Kick Cancer Week

Photo Story: Kick Cancer Week

Mikayla Mayoryk Reporter
May 22, 2013
Filed under Features, News

Monday, May 29th kicked off Kick Cancer Week, a student council organized spirit week to raise money for cancer. On Monday, students were given revenge for this year's homework and pop-quizzes during Dunk-a-Teacher-Day. Three teachers suffered through a slight breeze during lunches while students...

Interview: Darryl Engler – Teacher, Orator, Artist

BAchterberg
May 22, 2013
Filed under Features

  Darryl Engler, a Susquehannock teacher and graduate, will be speaking on June 7 to the Class of 2013 as a Distinguished Alumni.   He was chosen for his long time contributions to the district as a math teacher and computer science teacher in the elementary, middle and high schools, and his wor...

Colleen McGonigle, salutatorian

EFaber
May 22, 2013
Filed under Features

Being ranked as salutatorian is an academic career highlight for a senior, and graduating senior of 2013 Colleen McGonigle can easily agree. Read More »...

Cognitive scientists look to computer game for study of the human mind

MCheers
April 2, 2013
Filed under Features

      Chess is the epitome of scientific study of the human cognition, but now cognitive scientists are looking to the video game Starcraft 2 for study.   The original Starcraft was initially released in 1998 by Blizzard Entertainment and revolves around three races: Terran, which is the typical humanoid race, Zerg, ...

How to survive hunting for the perfect prom look

Gabrielle Corey
April 2, 2013
Filed under Features

With prom just around the corner, two months may feel like it is not enough time to find the perfect dress and accessories- it can be done. Read More »...

Chambers: A professional photographer in the making

Chambers: A professional photographer in the making

Trystan Williams
April 2, 2013
Filed under Features

   Who would have ever thought taking family photos would lead into such an interest in photography? For senior Danny Chambers this typical family event led to his love of photography. Read More »...

Healthier fuel for the school day

Healthier fuel for the school day

MShade
April 1, 2013
Filed under Features

  With the average weight of an American citizen growing, most parents are steering their students towards healthier foods, yet most students in school do not even have the time in the morning to prepare a balanced breakfast. Read More »...

How to maintain friendships post-graduation

Ashleigh Sharland Photography Editor/ Marketing Manager
April 1, 2013
Filed under Commentary, Features

  After high school ends and graduates begin to scatter to colleges and careers of their choosing, many wonder how will they stay in touch. Read More »...

What you need to know about the York Galleria Mall

MShade
March 26, 2013
Filed under Features

  Weekends are a time for people of all ages to de-stress from everyday hassles, and many wind down at the York Galleria Mall. Read More »...

A little box of tanning horrors

A little box of tanning horrors

ANovak
March 21, 2013
Filed under Features

  A sun-kissed face is one thing that is sure to brighten up those dreary winter days, but many do not realize how harmful it is to tan at a tanning salon. Read More »...

Senior Week: Go somewhere new

Gina Corey, Editor-in-Chief
March 21, 2013
Filed under Features

As the weather starts to warm up, seniors are starting to consider their senior week destinations, but what most don’t realize is that there are other spots to spend their week besides Ocean City. Read More »...

Great cell phone cases

Mikayla Mayoryk Reporter
March 18, 2013
Filed under Features

There's a crash, your heart drops, and you see the pieces scattered across the floor; you've dropped your phone. Most people have cases that can protect their phones from everything from scratches to water damage. With today’s expensive smart phones, using a phone case has definite value. Drop a smart...

How to snag a job this summer

GDalpezzo
March 18, 2013
Filed under Features

Summer jobs and internships are great ways to gain work experience, earn some money, and pass the time during the three-month school break. Read More »...

A time for fasting

Molly Stanley A&E Editor
March 18, 2013
Filed under Features

 People that observe lent have begun the forty day span where they give up something that they enjoy or want to improve upon, like eating chocolate or swearing. Read More »...

Spring Adult Education

AKuznetsova
March 18, 2013
Filed under Features

Susquehannock High School provides the opportunity for  enrichment every year through the Adult Education Program. The program offers adults the chance to learn basic skills such as CPR, engine repair, and website design. There are also recreational classes like oil painting, folk guitar, and volleyball....

A Spotlight on Safespace

BAchterberg
March 18, 2013
Filed under Features

   The after-school club known as Safespace has been existing without mainstream attention since its inception in September, which is disappointing as it has a premise worth looking into. Safespace’s objective is a purely altruistic one. On the second Tuesday of every month, its members convene ...

How to conserve energy and go green

GDalpezzo
March 18, 2013
Filed under Features

In this day and age when the environment is such a concern, going green is an important part of peoples’ lives; many people wonder what they can do to help out, without realizing it is a lot more simple than they may think. Read More »...

Modern twist to old literature

GDalpezzo
March 18, 2013
Filed under Features

English classes are well-known for the older literature that most teens have difficulty reading due to the time period in which it was written, but what would happen if a teacher were to take these pieces and throw in a modern twist? Read More »...

What to consider when choosing a college

Travis Crane, Reporter
March 18, 2013
Filed under Features

  One of the toughest decisions a high school senior will make is choosing the college to further their education in. Read More »...

Great news for ‘chocoholics’: Chocolate as a health boost

AKuznetsova
March 18, 2013
Filed under Features

  Many people feel guilty after indulging in chocolate. Don’t; chocolate is healthy in many ways. Most chocoholics enjoy milk chocolate. Unfortunately for milk-chocolate lovers, dark chocolate is the healthiest. There are many health benefits to eating a dark chocolate bar. According to  MSN reporter Mara Betsch, dark chocolate has...

Best place to buy your prom dress around SoYoCo

Gina Corey, Editor-in-Chief
March 18, 2013
Filed under Features

With prom fast approaching, many girls are stressing out over what dress they want, what color looks best on them, and, most importantly, the best place to buy their dress. While there are many places to choose from, each place ranges in price and the types of services they provide. Read More &r...

Wanelo or Pinterest?

Trystan Williams
March 18, 2013
Filed under Features

Wanelo, quite like Pinterest,  is a newly popular website that stands for ‘Want Need Love.’ Read More »...

Ways for teens to save money

Julie Reed
February 27, 2013
Filed under Features

Money plays a big role in many teen’s lives, whether they earn it themselves or get it from their parents; learning to save money can help in the future. Read More »...

Women on front lines

AKuznetsova
February 26, 2013
Filed under Commentary, Features

The military removed the ban on women in frontline combat roles, furthering women’s progress in not only the military, but also in the civilian world on Thursday, January 24th. Read More »...

What Not to Wear

What Not to Wear

Caitlin Garrett
February 25, 2013
Filed under Commentary, Features

The school’s dress code is not normally formally brought up, but it’s something that students need to be more aware of. Wearing what the dress code prohibits is disrespectful to the school and those around you. Read More »...

Scholarships can help students tremendously

EFaber
February 22, 2013
Filed under Features

   Scholarships are an important part of a college life, especially if a student feels they do not have the money to pay for a semester or a year of tuition. Scholarships are not only a great opportunity to help with money but they can also aid in setting a goal. Read More »...

Eating gluten free is easier today

Mikayla Mayoryk Reporter
February 21, 2013
Filed under Features

Gluten free diets have been gaining popularity around the nation due to the emergence of new food options and increased awareness of gluten allergies. The University of Chicago’s Celiac Disease Center explains that gluten is a protein commonly found in wheat, rye, and barley. Many, including students...

Hot Cocoa With a Twist

Konnie Brown, News Editor
February 21, 2013
Filed under Features

In the cold winter months, a great way to warm up is with a steaming cup of hot chocolate. However, this tasty treat can grow boring quickly. Try some of these cool twists and one might find a new favorite hot chocolate recipe. Mayan Hot Cocoa: This is an exotic recipe for those who always thought cocoa ne...

From high school to hero

Gabrielle Corey
February 21, 2013
Filed under Features, News

   Different people pursue different occupations after high school, such as becoming a nurse or even a famous designer, but some students wouldn’t like anything more than to serve our country in the military.    There are five main military branches: the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps,...

Southern York County: An Opprotunity to Volunteer

MFutrell
February 21, 2013
Filed under Features

Throughout Southern York County there are a vast number of opportunities for high school students to step in and lend a helping hand. Technology Education teacher Jack Stoneberg, who is the leader of Susquehannock’s community service club, explains the significance behind the group. “Community...

New semester, new goals

MShade
February 9, 2013
Filed under Features

  January began a new semester, encouraging students to develop new academic goals. Read More »...

The real Nigeria: A student’s perspective

BAchterberg
February 9, 2013
Filed under Features

When people mention Nigeria, they think of flashy clothing, tribal dances, and grass huts; however, senior Rose Isang and her brother, sophomore Dan Isang, can testify that while the garb of the country is sometimes beautiful, Nigeria is a more sophisticated and modern place than Americans assume. R...

Russia bans adoption to fight human rights legislation

Mikayla Mayoryk Reporter
February 9, 2013
Filed under Features

A Russian bill forbidding American citizens from adopting Russian children was signed on December 28th in response to American legislation punishing those in the Russian Federation who committed crimes against humanity. Read More »...

Top holiday electronics

Matthew Mitzel
January 25, 2013
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Features

Multiple electronics were presented to the technology world in 2012, and many people were able to gift them over the holiday season. Read More »...

Knowledge of languages gaining popularity

Knowledge of languages gaining popularity

AKuznetsova
January 24, 2013
Filed under Features

Señora Walker watches as Alex Miller and Emily Preston play Mata-Moscas to practice Spanish vocabulary.        Despite the difficulties and challenges of learning a second language, many second-language speakers agree that it is rewarding. Read More »...

The Farm Show: A simple pastime in Pennsylvania

The Farm Show: A simple pastime in Pennsylvania

MShade
January 23, 2013
Filed under Features

 Due to the large farming population in Pennsylvania, the Pennsylvania Farm Show was a highly anticipated event held on January 5-12 at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center in Harrisburg.Photo By: Matt Mitzel. Visitors watched many chicks, such as these, hatching before their eyes. R...

Knitting a bright future

BAchterberg
January 16, 2013
Filed under Features

The Knitting Club began with science teacher Barbara Nealon and some of her AP students knitting sweaters for penguins affected by last year’s New Zealand oil spill in October. Read More »...

5 fun dessert recipes to try for the holidays

ANovak
January 7, 2013
Filed under Features

Food, family, and friends: that’s what the holidays are all about. So once the family and friends are present all there’s left to deal with is the food. Read More »...

Field trip to DENTSPLY teaches students how to manage money

Field trip to DENTSPLY teaches students how to manage money

Molly Stanley A&E Editor
January 7, 2013
Filed under Features

Ready to Work: Finance students that went on the field trip are ready to go into the work force. Photo by: Travis CraneFinance students got the chance to see what it’s like to “pay the bills” when they went on a field trip to DENTSPLY in York  on Thursday, December 6. Read More »...

Holiday Paradise- Where to Go

Travis Crane, Reporter
December 20, 2012
Filed under Features

Christmas is just around the corner, but some people are going around the world to celebrate it. Read More »

A little G.I.Y. for this holiday season

A little G.I.Y. for this holiday season

Hailey Page, Assistant Editor
December 19, 2012
Filed under Features

‘Tis the season of giving, no matter what faith one believes in, but, that being said, how much giving can one’s wallet take? There are plenty G.I.Y., gift-it-yourself, ideas to use for making some thoughtful presents. For those particularly creative, use any talents to your advantage.  Re...

Be aware when walking to the car

Be aware when walking to the car

Gina Corey, Editor-in-Chief
December 18, 2012
Filed under Features, News

In light of recent kidnappings and sexual assaults in surrounding districts, it is important now more than ever for students to take precautions while walking out to their cars in public places. Read More »...

Holiday gifts for bookworms

Konnie Brown, News Editor
December 18, 2012
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Features

Holiday wish lists are full of various clothing, technology, and other leisure items. Here is a list of some of the top books requested this holiday season to help in finding the perfect gift. Read More »...

So many babies!

Konnie Brown, News Editor
December 14, 2012
Filed under Features

Many of the teachers at Susky are either pregnant or have had a child this year. Read More »

How to relieve stress in everyday life

Travis Crane, Reporter
December 11, 2012
Filed under Features

There are ways students can escape the stress of everyday life- especially stress from high school. Read More »...

Fun in the winter weather

Gina Corey, Editor-in-Chief
December 7, 2012
Filed under Features

The weather has changed from warm summer days to cold winter snows, but that doesn’t mean one has to be stuck in the house all winter. There is plenty to do around Southern York County during the winter season.    1. Susquehannock Winter Concert- On Sunday, Dec. 16, the Susky band, orchestra, and chorus will be performing th...

Black Friday fun

ANovak
December 7, 2012
Filed under Features

Millions of shoppers stay up the night after their Thanksgiving festivities to take part in the largest store-to-store sales opportunity of the year, Black Friday. This year the amount of Black Friday shoppers increased from 212 million to 226 million shoppers, which could be due to the early openings...

Junior raises money for Spina Bifida

Reporter Morgan
November 13, 2012
Filed under Features

Junior Josh Gladfelter raised $370 for the Spina Bifida Assocciation of America, S.B.A.A., by selling paper ghosts as a fundraiser. Read More »...

Homecoming dance mixes it up

Homecoming dance mixes it up

Gina Corey, Editor-in-Chief
November 9, 2012
Filed under Features

As the homecoming festivities came to an end this past weekend, many were exhausted from all of the fun. From the pep rally, to the tailgating, to the football game, to the all the prep it took to make the dance run smoothly, many can say they had an awesome night spent with friends. For the ...

Skype allows students to learn from bestselling author

Molly Stanley A&E Editor
November 9, 2012
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Historian Kenneth Davis, the bestselling author of the Don’t Know Much About series, held a Skype lesson with a United States History II class.  On November 5, teacher Kimberly Johnson’s class was able to interact with Davis using Skype.  Senior Dalton Munsell found talking with an author on Skype was a...

Beat of a different drum

Konnie Brown, News Editor
November 9, 2012
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According to the National Association for Music Education, only 125 students around the nation earn the honor of taking part in the U.S. Army All-American Marching Band (USAAAMB), and this year, senior Corey Mohar is excited to be one of those gifted band members. Click here to see the Warrior TV  v...

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