IPhone 5 is everything users wanted and more

By Ashleigh Sharland Photography Editor/ Marketing Manager

November 2, 2012

  The newly released iPhone 5 has made many wonder whether the new version is really any better than the last version, which was released only months ago. With the release of the new version a few weeks ago and more phones being used in everyday life, users are beginning to experience glitches wit...

“It’s Always Sunny” impresses again

By Travis Crane, Reporter

November 2, 2012

The eighth season premiere of the cult-followed television show “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” aired Thursday October 11. For those who have not watched, the basis of the show consists of the owners of the local hangout putting the silly ideas they come up with into action. Read More »...

Festival celebrates stories and imagination

By Molly Stanley A&E Editor

October 11, 2012

Tents were spread around the streets of Baltimore City on September 28-30 as people walked through  to sit down within them for lectures or to look at books.  The Baltimore Book Festival occurs every year around the end of September, featuring many authors that are local or national.  People t...

Big wins and bigger performances at the VMA’s

By Molly Stanley A&E Editor

October 4, 2012

The stage was alive with energy as Rihanna and A$AP Rocky opened the Video Music Awards by singing a medley of “Cockiness/We Found Love.” According to Enstarz, the Video Music Awards, or VMA’s, are shown every year on MTV and award the best music videos over the past year. This year, the V...

New retelling of classic spooky tale

By Molly Stanley A&E Editor

September 24, 2012

  A secluded house on an island, strange children, no Wi-Fi or cell phone service, and supernatural appearances are all pieces of a hauntingly alluring plot included in The Turning by Francine Prose that will be coming out later this month.   Standing out from recent Young Adult novel releases, T...

Susky teachers support culture

By Molly Stanley A&E Editor

September 21, 2012

The picture frames in front of the library are there for a reason.  Staff members have formed a group called the Culture of Excellence that wants to show off an equitable display of student achievements at Susky. Teacher Wesley Myers is one of the co-chairs of the committee. Read More &raq...

Social networking for every student

By Hailey Page, Assistant Editor

September 21, 2012

Between school, work, and outside activities, a teen can have a hard time finding time for fun, but it seems like no matter how tight one’s schedule is, they have time for some social networking. Between Androids, iPhones, laptops, and other technology,  Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Pintrest, and Instagr...

New albums come out for every genre

By Hailey Page, Assistant Editor

September 21, 2012

  Fall morphs shorts to pants, summer parties to study sessions, and, of course, makes those summer tunes fade to silent study halls, all when artists release their new albums for the season. No matter what genre someone listens to, they are bound to be excited by this new wave of albums. Aft...

Art students: Be happy in your major

By Hailey Page, Assistant Editor

September 21, 2012

“What college or trade school is the right fit? What major should I look into? Is this really what I want to do for the rest of my life?” As if the answers to these questions weren’t elusive enough, it seems like everyone around me is judging my final answers to these questions.   Read More »...

York Fair continues tradition

By Ashleigh Sharland Photography Editor/ Marketing Manager

September 20, 2012

From Styx to Blake Shelton, each year the performers at the York Fair continue to deliver. This year’s artists included Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, Easton Corbin, Allstar Weekend, Jeff Dunham, and many more. Considering the size of York and the surrounding area, the York Fair has consistently ha...

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