Student Organizations Host October Fun Night

Student Organizations Host October Fun Night

Kylee Galante, Reporter

October 23, 2018


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Susquehannock’s annual October Fun Night is tomorrow Oct. 24. There will be 15 different organizations handing out candy and hosting activities from 6-8 p.m.  There will be an activity held in the cafeteria, along with storytelling in the auditorium, crafts with AP Bio, and even haunted rooms....

Gillian Snader Crowned Homecoming Queen

Gillian Snader Crowned Homecoming Queen

Mackenzie Womack, Reporter

October 23, 2018


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Senior Gillian Snader was crowned homecoming queen on Friday Oct. 12 at the homecoming game. Snader ran against seniors Audra Thomas, Kenna Hancock, Theresa Falzone, Alaina Stromgren, Lily Minacci, Hannah Dorr, Alyson Houska, Samantha Mcguire, Jessica Fox and Ali Krahl. The girls had noticed the s...

Students Explore Career Opportunities at Crescent Industries

Students Explore Career Opportunities at Crescent Industries

Ally Waltemyer, Commentary Editor

October 23, 2018


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Students visited Crescent Industries in New Freedom during the factory’s first ever manufacturing week on Oct. 4. Crescent Industries is a manufacturing company that uses injection molding to create various different products. They invited students from schools all over York County to view their two injection...

The World is Heating Fast: Here’s What You Can Do to Help

The World is Heating Fast: Here’s What You Can Do to Help

Alexandra Marusko, Social Media Editor

October 22, 2018


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Our world is beautiful. Vast lands of green hills, breathtaking glaciers, gorgeous oceans and a sky that looks too good to be true. However, by 2030 our world may be at the beginning stages of reset. With the enormous amounts of factory production, use of energy and animal production, the planet’s ...

Replacements Tested for Chromebooks

Replacements Tested for Chromebooks

Camryn Brakmann, Reporter

October 15, 2018


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Throughout the year, select students will test a variety of new computers to replace the Chromebooks from the past four years. About three weeks ago, approximately 30 total tech shed, student council and Warrior council members were sent emails telling them to pick up their new Chromebooks in the ...

Younkin Intrigues Students with Axolotls

Younkin Intrigues Students with Axolotls

Hunter Ellington, Reporter

October 9, 2018


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AP Biology teacher Kerri Younkin has creatures that most students never have heard of or seen before -axolotls.        Younkin read about these creatures online years ago, and she heard about them in observation discussion rooms that she was part of. In her last workplace the staff decided to have some anima...

Homecoming Tickets are on Sale

Homecoming Tickets are on Sale

Trevor Leuba, News Editor

October 5, 2018


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As we venture further into October, the date of homecoming draws nearer. Homecoming tickets are being sold in the cafeteria during lunches. The tickets are being sold for $15 dollars a piece. Starting on Oct. 11, they will be sold in the lobby in the morning. The theme for the dance is "A...

Susky Finds Appreciation for Literature during Banned Book Week

Susky Finds Appreciation for Literature during Banned Book Week

Mia Kobylski, Editor-In-Chief

September 26, 2018


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Caution tape and big, red warning signs greet students outside the library this week, as banned books line the shelves of Susquehannock. Banned Book Week runs during the last week of September as an “annual celebration of the freedom to read.” Banned Book Week is a time for publishers, educators ...

Scholastic Arts and Writing Opens for Submissions

Scholastic Arts and Writing Opens for Submissions

Ian Achterberg, Reporter

September 21, 2018


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The annual Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards opened their website on Sept. 12 for submissions. Opening yearly, the Scholastic Arts and Writing competition allows students from grades 7-12 to submit pieces of art ranging from glass sculptures to journalism. The competition is easily accessible thro...

An Inside Eye’s View of Hurricane Florence

An Inside Eye’s View of Hurricane Florence

Lili Teal, Reporter

September 20, 2018


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For the Southeastern United States, hurricane season means flooding, increased home insurance and trips to depleted shopping centers. Wake Tech community college student Emma Selvaggio from central North Carolina experienced the chaos of what life is like during a natural disaster.   Hurricane ...

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