Four Seniors Take a Look Back Before Graduation

Four Seniors Take a Look Back Before Graduation

Brittany Boone, Reporter

April 13, 2018


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The future may still look blurry, but finally, the time is here- this is it. I used to watch High School Musical 3, on repeat, wondering what this would feel like. Finally, we are seniors, and we are on the road to graduation. As we all prepare for this soon-to-be reality, I decided that it is...

How is Binge Watching Affecting Your Health?

How is Binge Watching Affecting Your Health?

Jade Reall, Reporter

April 12, 2018


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For teenagers today, it is common to start and finish a TV show within a time frame of a few days. Binge watching is something that has become normal in society. People will sit on the couch for hours on end with bowls of snacks and no breaks for the sole reason of watching a TV show. This...

Seiple Pursues Pentathlon

Seiple Pursues Pentathlon

Grace Gorham, Features Editor

April 12, 2018


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Krodel Welcomes Warrior Twins

Krodel Welcomes Warrior Twins

AJ Marusko, Reporter

April 11, 2018


Filed under Features, Uncategorized

Driver’s Education and Health teacher Joseph Krodel and his wife, Bekah, recently welcomed twins. The twins were born on March 26 and are named Jensen Dean and Lily Addilyn. Krodel was out on leave with the twins for two weeks after their birth. How is it to now not only have sons, ...

Students Organize Gathering for School Shooting Victims

Students Organize Gathering for School Shooting Victims

Reagan Gorham, Reporter

April 11, 2018


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Schools around the country held 17 minute walkouts to show support for the 17 victims killed in the Parkland school shooting three weeks ago on March 14. Politically engaged students at Susquehannock High School organized a ceremony, a tremendous feat given the students didn’t receive help from staff, an...

Former Courier Staff Member Places in Journalism Competition

Former Courier Staff Member Places in Journalism Competition

Grace Gorham, Features Editor

April 11, 2018


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Sophomore Kristen Krobot, who moved to Texas this year, recently came in second place in an all-day journalism competition through her new school, Van Vleck High School. The contest was held by United Interscholastic League of Texas (UIL), and Krobot’s school had a team that travelled two hours away to Sealy, ...

How I Live With Cheese

How I Live With Cheese

Madison Gillespie, Sports Editor

April 10, 2018


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 “How do you live without cheese?”     This is the one question I am asked when I tell people I am lactose intolerant.    I became lactose intolerant a little over a year ago after suffering from severe stomach pain after eating basically anything dairy, which was a big part of my di...

College Visiting Tips and Tricks

College Visiting Tips and Tricks

Julia Kelbaugh, Reporter

April 10, 2018


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College visits, or even thinking about college, can be stressful for many high school students, but there are tips and tricks to allow the process to go smoothly. Jocelyn Ruppert is the business education teacher at Susquehannock  who helps with future plans and has some advice for students. “Yo...

#YardGamesMatter

#YardGamesMatter

Andrew Werdin, Reporter

April 10, 2018


Filed under Features

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