Language Knows No Limits

Language Knows No Limits

Brittany Boone, Reporter

February 12, 2018


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Commentary

Just imagine you are walking down the busiest New York City street. Cabs are honking their horns loudly and impatiently, people are tirelessly yelling into their cellphones and the shuffling sound of corporate high-heels and business shoes hits against the sidewalk. The sounds of plastic bags floatin...

2018 Super Bowl Commercials Entertain

2018 Super Bowl Commercials Entertain

Christopher 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...

Are Schools Preparing Students for Life After High School?

Are Schools Preparing Students for Life After High School?

Julia Kelbaugh, Reporter

February 8, 2018


Filed under Commentary, Uncategorized

Schools in America promote academic excellence and make sure students are prepared for higher level content. This higher level content and rigorous academic collaboration promotes analytical thinking, decision making and being able to work well in groups. Even though this may improve test sco...

Waitress: A Beautiful, Comedic, and Raw Ode to Relationships and Love

Waitress: A Beautiful, Comedic, and Raw Ode to Relationships and Love

Alexandra Marusko, Reporter

February 8, 2018


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Commentary

The hit Broadway musical Waitress recently had a six-day run at the Hippodrome Theatre in Baltimore. The musical focuses on a waitress named Jenna Hunterson (played by Desi Oakley,) who is desperately attempting to leave her abusive husband before her child is born, and, in an attempt to escape, Jenna...

Top Five Helpful Techno-Gadgets For Students

Top Five Helpful Techno-Gadgets For Students

Emily Polanowski, Reporter

February 5, 2018


Filed under Commentary

In the age of technology, students and staff alike love to get their hands on the latest and greatest tools that we can use. Whether it is an app, website, or physical piece of technology, here are the top 5 technological tools for students. Alexa- This small cylindrical device is good f...

Rationalizing Trump’s Wrongs

Rationalizing Trump’s Wrongs

Joshua Amara, Reporter

February 1, 2018


Filed under Commentary

It has been one entire year of Trump's reign in the White House, and whether or not you love him or hate him, he is here, and there is no denying that fact. Trump somehow miraculously won the 2016 presidential elections by getting the people to rally over a threat- whether it be Russia, immigrants, o...

K-Pop Taking Over the Hearts of America

K-Pop Taking Over the Hearts of America

Jade Reall, Reporter

January 29, 2018


Filed under Commentary

Compared to many other fans, I started a little late when getting into K-Pop, Korean Popular Music. I have only been a fan for about a year, while many have been with these bands since they first debuted a few years ago. The reason I got into K-Pop was because I wanted to know what people associated me ...

Simple Ways to Relieve Stress

Simple Ways to Relieve Stress

Leah Miller, Reporter

January 29, 2018


Filed under Commentary, Features

Stress is a common issue among many high school students. From school work to extracurricular activities, being a student can be overwhelming. Here are a few tips on how to relieve stress.

MLB Off-season Heats Up

MLB Off-season Heats Up

Blake Ramey, Reporter

January 29, 2018


Filed under Athletics, Commentary

McCutchen battles in St. Louis. By Mr.schultz (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons The franchise centerpiece for the Pittsburgh Pirates baseball team, Andrew McCutchen, was traded to the San Francisco Giants as a right fielder. McCutchen was traded for right-ha...

Beauty: A Tribute To Students

Beauty: A Tribute To Students

Gabby Lynch, Reporter

January 25, 2018


Filed under Commentary

I asked students around Susquehannock a question that no one really asks nor mentions. “Why are you beautiful?” An average student's standard of beauty is having the perfect body, having the thickest lips in your group of friends, or having the most flashy abs in the school. Many stude...

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