Susquehannock Thanks its Staff through “Teacher Appreciation Week”

Christopher Norris, Reporter

May 21, 2018


Filed under News

Students and staff of Susky took part in a “Teacher Appreciation Week” last week as the school year comes to a close. Student Council planned a different gift every day to express their appreciation for the teachers. Coffee and donuts were served on Monday, Swedish fish were given Tuesday, cookies w...

J. Cole Releases New Album, “KOD”

J. Cole Releases New Album, “KOD”

Christopher Norris, Reporter

May 11, 2018


Filed under Commentary

Rapper Jermaine Cole, better known as J. Cole, recently released his new album, KOD. KOD is the fifth studio album in Cole’s discography that dates back to 2007. Before the album’s release, Cole stated that the three meanings for “KOD” are “kids on drugs,” “kill our demons,” an...

Trump Sends National Guard Troops to the Mexico Border

Trump Sends National Guard Troops to the Mexico Border

Christopher Norris, Reporter

May 1, 2018


Filed under Commentary, News

President Donald Trump is stationing members of the National Guard on the Mexican border. The extra border security is an effort to bring an end to the illegal immigration problems that Trump has been concerned with since taking office. In the grand scheme of things, Trump wants to build a wall on the Mexic...

Fortnite Battle Royale Takes Over Susky

Fortnite Battle Royale Takes Over Susky

Chriatopher Norris, Reporter

April 17, 2018


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Commentary

Students throughout Susky can not stop playing Fortnite Battle Royale. Fortnite, developed by Epic Games, puts players up against 99 others in a Hunger Games style competition. Players land on the map, scavenge for weapons and materials and battle it out, avoiding the lethal electric storm, un...

Courier Chat: Brad Keeney

Courier Chat: Brad Keeney

Christopher Norris, Reporter

April 6, 2018


Filed under Spring Sports

Reporter Chris Norris speaks with Athletic Director Brad Keeney about the start of the spring sports season.

Senioritis Affects Seniors

Senioritis Affects Seniors

Christopher Norris, Reporter

March 26, 2018


Filed under Commentary, Uncategorized

Seniors  are feeling a lack of motivation as the school year quickly comes to an end. The term for this epidemic is senioritis. Senior Colin Kernan thinks he knows why students get senioritis. “They think about graduation,” said Kernan. “Their mindset is that they don’t need to focus on SATs or GPAs anymor...

Engineering and Wood Shop Classes Collaborate on Chess Board Project

Engineering and Wood Shop Classes Collaborate on Chess Board Project

Chris Norris, Reporter

March 12, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase, Uncategorized

James Rayburn’s engineering class has teamed up with Garth Hoffman’s wood shop class to design and construct a set of chess boards. A major goal of the project is to help prepare students for real world skills in manufacturing and mass production. Rayburn’s class will focus primarily on desi...

Independent Studies Give Students Freedom in their Education

Independent Studies Give Students Freedom in their Education

Chris Norris, Reporter

February 24, 2018


Filed under Features

Students are taking part in independent studies across various subjects. Independent studies allow students to work with a teacher to create their own curriculum, giving them the opportunity to hone in on skills of their choice. These classes are offered in subjects like photography, art, business, engineering ...

2018 Super Bowl Commercials Entertain

2018 Super Bowl Commercials Entertain

Chris Norris, Reporter

February 12, 2018


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Commentary

The Super Bowl tends to be the most viewed televised event every year. With so many viewers, it is a great opportunity for companies to advertise their product or service in a memorable way. However, 30 seconds of ad space costs about five million dollars, which means companies need to make sure the...

Boys Basketball Comeback Falls to Eastern

Boys Basketball Comeback Falls to Eastern

Chris Norris, Reporter

January 24, 2018


Filed under Athletics, Winter Sports

The boys basketball team took on the Eastern York Golden Knights Friday night in a highly anticipated rematch. The Warriors came up short at Eastern York in their last meeting on January 3, losing by a score of 57-49. With the last game being so tight, home court advantage was a big factor coming int...

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