Fun in the winter weather

By Gina Corey, Editor-in-Chief

December 7, 2012

The weather has changed from warm summer days to cold winter snows, but that doesn’t mean one has to be stuck in the house all winter. There is plenty to do around Southern York County during the winter season.    1. Susquehannock Winter Concert- On Sunday, Dec. 16, the Susky band, orchestra, and chorus will be performing th...

Black Friday fun

By ANovak

December 7, 2012

Millions of shoppers stay up the night after their Thanksgiving festivities to take part in the largest store-to-store sales opportunity of the year, Black Friday. This year the amount of Black Friday shoppers increased from 212 million to 226 million shoppers, which could be due to the early openings...

Junior raises money for Spina Bifida

By Reporter Morgan

November 13, 2012

Junior Josh Gladfelter raised $370 for the Spina Bifida Assocciation of America, S.B.A.A., by selling paper ghosts as a fundraiser. Read More »...

Homecoming dance mixes it up

Photo By: Sara Ceislewicz
Susky boys break it down.

By Gina Corey, Editor-in-Chief

November 9, 2012

As the homecoming festivities came to an end this past weekend, many were exhausted from all of the fun. From the pep rally, to the tailgating, to the football game, to the all the prep it took to make the dance run smoothly, many can say they had an awesome night spent with friends. For the ...

Skype allows students to learn from bestselling author

By Molly Stanley A&E Editor

November 9, 2012

Historian Kenneth Davis, the bestselling author of the Don’t Know Much About series, held a Skype lesson with a United States History II class.  On November 5, teacher Kimberly Johnson’s class was able to interact with Davis using Skype.  Senior Dalton Munsell found talking with an author on Skype was a...

Beat of a different drum

By Konnie Brown, News Editor

November 9, 2012

According to the National Association for Music Education, only 125 students around the nation earn the honor of taking part in the U.S. Army All-American Marching Band (USAAAMB), and this year, senior Corey Mohar is excited to be one of those gifted band members. Click here to see the Warrior TV  v...

End of October sparks awareness

By Hailey Page, Assistant Editor

November 2, 2012

Life can be hard at times, whether it be due to school, a job, or even the time one spends at home, leading one to question at what point is at all too much to handle. Read More »...

Ready? SAT! Go!

By Konnie Brown, News Editor

October 11, 2012

   Preparing for the SATs can be a demanding and confusing task for any student, but there are many resources available to make the experience less stressful.    Senior Aaron Hill is trying to use such resources to prevent the pressure of last year.    “I thought they were really stressful the...

Fall Fun

By Molly Stanley A&E Editor

October 10, 2012

Fall is back again with the leaves changing color, the air getting cooler, the smell of warm, apple cider hanging in the air, and the pumpkins and gourds glowing as they come back into season.  Freshman Tara Weaver especially enjoys the transition to fall.  “[I like] all the different colors o...

Athletes make hazing disappear

By Gina Corey, Editor-in-Chief

September 20, 2012

In April, Asya Trowell was beaten in a sorority hazing ritual at Penn State, resulting in the expulsion of three students. Many sports teams, sororities, marching bands, and other clubs/ organizations use hazing as a “right of passage. For Susquehannock's sports teams, clubs, and organizations...

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