Mia Eckels has Shot at Winter Olympics

Mia Eckels has Shot at Winter Olympics

Alexandra Marusko, Social Media Editor

October 2, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

Sophomore Mia Eckels aims for the Olympics as she competes within the U.S. Figure Skating qualification pipeline this week. Currently second in our region (from Pennsylvania to Florida), Eckels will skate in the Novice Ladies Free Skate event at the 2019 South Atlantic Regional Figure Skating Champio...

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


Filed under News, Showcase

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 ...

Students and Staff Take Shots at Mental Health Awareness

Students and Staff Take Shots at Mental Health Awareness

Elizabeth Johns, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

September 20, 2018


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Aevidum hosts the third annual students vs. staff basketball game. The event features juniors and senior studentts versus twelve members of the faculty competing against each other to win the title. Faculty players include: Kevin Molin, Brett Maxwell, Andrew Warren, Andy Shelow, Heather Schoemaker, Ki...

Life Hacks: High School Edition

Life Hacks: High School Edition

Stephanie Graffin and Carson Williams

September 14, 2018


Filed under Commentary, Features, Showcase

Sophomores Stephanie Graffin and Carson Williams get input from various students at Susquehannock to establish life hacks every highschooler could use.

Swim Team Forced to Different Pool for Preseason

Swim Team Forced to Different Pool for Preseason

Trevor Leuba, News Editor

September 12, 2018


Filed under Athletics, Fall Sports, Showcase

Swimmers are ‘fish out of water’ as their usual pool is unavailable for preseason. With the Shrewsbury YMCA closing the pool for renovation, swimmers are forced to travel to the Graham Aquatic Center in York after school in order to attend preseason. Coach Brian Wingert is disappointed with...

The New Age of Fashion

The New Age of Fashion

Lili Teal, Reporter

September 12, 2018


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Commentary, Showcase

The world of fashion evolves everyday. Vintage, alternative and streetwear styles of 2018 give new dimensions to the teen identity. History repeats itself, and looks from the 60s to the 90s are some of the hottest trends of this time. Thrift stores are better than ever with mom jeans and sp...

#JensenIsAWarrior

#JensenIsAWarrior

Mia Kobylski, Editor-in-Chief

September 12, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

An Estonian’s First Observations on the USA

An Estonian’s First Observations on the USA

Raili Sormus, Reporter

September 10, 2018


Filed under Commentary, Showcase

 The teenagers of Estonia have directed their eyes towards America. As a 17 year-old exchange student from there, we definitely want to wear the same clothes and hairstyles to be like you, but Estonian teens have no idea what American teens are really like. (Please do not take the following observa...

New Social Studies Teacher Joins Susquehannock Staff

New Social Studies Teacher Joins Susquehannock Staff

Ally Waltemyer, Commentary Editor

August 31, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

Long term substitute social studies teacher Abigail Shenot joins the Susquehannock High School staff for this school year.     Shenot (pronounced Shin-o) teaches U.S. History One and Two to freshmen and sophomores. She graduated from a small high school in Athens, Pennsylvania and knew from a fairly young age that she wanted to...

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