Pennsylvania’s Weather Crisis Visualized: What it Means

Pennsylvania’s Weather Crisis Visualized: What it Means

Ian Achterberg, Reporter

December 19, 2018


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                                  Resources Used: NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information US Environmental Protection Agency Jcweath...

Throwing it Back to Fleetwood Mac

Throwing it Back to Fleetwood Mac

Ryan Hartley, Photography Editor

December 17, 2018


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From the edgy hipsters invading all of our Tumblrs and Instagrams, to the grown adults today that still feel young whenever they listen to the voice of the band’s frontwoman, Stevie Nicks, Fleetwood Mac is a band of extreme creativity and a fanbase of intense adoration. The band members at t...

DC vs. Marvel: Who Wins the Battle?

DC vs. Marvel: Who Wins the Battle?

Christian Slaton, Reporter

December 17, 2018


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Marvel and Detective Comics (DC) have been rivals since DC first started in 1937. Marvel’s live-action movies are insanely well made (minus the boring “Thor: The Dark World”), with 20 movies -- and more to come -- that all link together into one universe. In this universe, all the her...

Find Excitement on Christmas with Action Films

Find Excitement on Christmas with Action Films

Lucas Dimler, Reporter

December 16, 2018


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Tis the season to be jolly and watch Christmas classics like “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer” for the 54th time...or not. Don't worry- there are a bunch of fun, seasonal action films to watch with the family on Christmas. One option is “Die Hard,” a film where Bruce Willis' charact...

Apps That Add To Life

Apps That Add To Life

Michael Daiuto, Reporter

December 14, 2018


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Apps are a part of daily life now more than ever. They have the potential to be helpful and improve our lives. There are many categories of apps, as there are many facets to life, and some include health applications, knowledge apps and apps for fun, all having both free and paid additions. Here ar...

6ix 9ine is Finally Convicted

6ix 9ine is Finally Convicted

Alex Martuszewski, Reporter

December 14, 2018


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A “love them or hate them” type of rapper, Daniel Hernandez, who goes by 6ix 9ine, has recently been caught up in a handful of criminal charges. The rapper was most recently charged with racketeering and firearm charges.  Prior to this arrest, he got out of an accusation of having sexual relations with a minor. Adults with better judgment, such as ...

“Single Parents” Airs on ABC

“Single Parents” Airs on ABC

Melissa Chesnoski, Reporter

December 13, 2018


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Every year around the holiday season, families are given the gift of new sitcoms, and “Single Parents” is a gift.  “Single Parents” is a family comedy show created by Elizabeth Meriwether, an American producer and show writer most known for creating the Fox sitcom, “New Girl.” As a screenwriter and pr...

A Day in the Life of an Accountant

A Day in the Life of an Accountant

Trevor Leuba, News Editor

December 10, 2018


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When most people hear the word accountant, they tend to think of a nerdy guy hunched over in a cubicle, surrounded by spreadsheets, staring at a computer. After spending my day at RKL, a local  accounting firm, I learned that this stereotype is far from the truth. When I first walked into th...

‘Instant Family’ Hit Theaters Nov. 16

‘Instant Family’ Hit Theaters Nov. 16

Mackenzie Womack, Reporter

December 10, 2018


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“Instant Family” is a true story about a family fostering children, having complications and later adopting the children. This allows the audience to feel like they are a part of the family’s good and hard times. “Instant Family” hit the theaters Nov. 16, 2018 and is rated PG-13. For the ...

“Robin Hood” Disappoints Waiting Viewers and History Buffs Alike

“Robin Hood” Disappoints Waiting Viewers and History Buffs Alike

Ian Achterberg, Reporter

December 10, 2018


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The children’s tale of the hero Robin Hood has come out of the books and onto the silver screen, infuriating history buffs and enthusiasts and leaving viewers wanting more. The story takes from the traditional story of Robin Hood and his journey against the corrupt crown of England, but he does...

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