Orchestra Students Play with Trans-Siberian Orchestra Violinist

Orchestra Students Play with Trans-Siberian Orchestra Violinist

May 27, 2021

The orchestra students worked with Trans-Siberian Orchestra violinist to create a virtual performance this year. Mark Wood, the violinist, taught them his arrangement of Panic at the Disco's "High Hopes." The...

Morticia Addams, portrayed by Greta Hartman, Alice Beinek, portrayed by Juliana Quintillian, and the female ancestors dance together in “Secrets”. A cast favorite, this number features a creative, conversation-like song and dance that keeps the audience engaged and interested in the show. “I am constantly in awe of the talent and creativity of the production team, and that is the reason why I plead with them to come back year after year,” said Jenkins. “They are so great at taking my outlandish ideas and making them concrete -- and in many ways making them better than I ever imagined.” Photograph by Grace Hartenstein

Cast, Crew of ‘The Addams Family’ Overcome Odds

The Theatre and how they over came COVID-19
By Sam Elsen, Reporter May 25, 2021

The cast and crew of ‘The Addams Family” faced many different challenges, overcoming each one with its three productions. The musical was shown in person and over broadcast through the weekend of...

Student Videos Win Awards

By Tim Hare and Sara Mooney May 21, 2021

3 students won awards at the 2021 Dallastown Spring Shorts Film Festival. Junior Heather Cook's video "The Doll" won the category for Best Use of Music, and "Pencil 2- The Thiefquel" created by junior...

LitMag releases 2021 edition of 'Perspectives'

LitMag releases 2021 edition of ‘Perspectives’

May 19, 2021

The literary magazine, known as the LitMag, has released its 2021 edition of "Perspectives" via Google website. Literary Magazine President senior AJ Marusko sees it as a means for students to express...

Bea Ricafort drew

Art Department Hosts Virtual K-12 Arts Fair

By Sara Mooney, Co-Adviser May 14, 2021

The Art Department is hosting the 2021 Virtual Spring Arts fair.  The online gallery honors seniors, as well as other district artists, by displaying diverse types of artwork created during this year's...

International Thespian Society (ITS) students light candles to symbolize their induction to the organization, named in honor of Thespis, the first actor to ever take the stage in Ancient Greece. Susquehannock represents ITS Troupe 4088, one of the thousands of troupes across the country. Inductees must have participated in over 100 hours of theatre and have assisted with at least 2 shows. Photo by Alexa Viands

International Thespian Society Inducts New Members

By Alexa Viands, Assistant Editor-in-Chief May 13, 2021

Students Receive Nominations for Video Awards

Students Receive Nominations for Video Awards

By Tim Hare, Co-Adviser May 10, 2021

The Film Committee for the Dallastown Film Festival nominated videos created by junior Heather Cook, junior Alec Warner and sophomore Kyle Marzullo for awards for 2021. Cook's video, "The Doll," was...

The cast of The Addams Family dances in the opening number, “When You’re an Addams”. Susquehannock Theatre put on three shows on April 30, May 1 and May 2. Photograph by Grace Hartenstein

Cast of ‘The Addams Family’ Takes the Stage

By Grace Hartenstein, Reporter May 5, 2021

Susquehannock High School Theatre presented “The Addams Family” during the weekend of April 30 through May 2.  

Tickets for the live-streamed performance can be purchased for 10 dollars. Image courtesy of @susquehannocktheate via Instagram

SHS Theatre Performs “The Addams Family” Next Weekend

By Grace Hartenstein, Reporter April 23, 2021

Susquehannock High School Theatre will present “The Addams Family” next weekend, April 30 through May 2. The shows will be on April 30 at 7 p.m., May 1 at 7 p.m. and May 2 at 2 p.m. This revamped...

Scholastic competitors who won silver or gold keys receive pins. Photograph by Tim  Groth

Students Win Scholastic Art and Writing Awards

Every year, students around the world send their works of art, videography and literature to the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. Four Susquehannock students were noticed by the competition's judges.
By Izzy Roppelt, Reporter March 23, 2021

Four Susquehannock students were recognized by the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards in January.  Sophomore Bea Angela Ricafort won a gold key for her digital art piece, "A Testament to Eden." Ricafort...

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