Browsing All Posts published on »November, 2015«

VICE Is the Upcoming News Outlet for Youth

November 25, 2015 by


People all over the world, including Fleetwood Area High School Students, are relying on a new source for all things news related. VICE is an online media source based out of Brooklyn, New York, and Los Angeles, California. Founded by Shane Smith in 1994, it is a magazine and website that tends to go where […]

Something Rotten Is Anything But

November 24, 2015 by


On 28 October, the theater class, ETC students, and seniors in chorus took a trip to New York to see the Broadway production of Something Rotten. Something Rotten was a fantastic show not once lacking in spirit or comedy. I loved the opening song; it was stuck in my head the entire rest of the […]

Fleetwood Ice Hockey Is Hunting for a Win

November 23, 2015 by


Fleetwood Hockey is coming into its upcoming season with more hope surrounding the team than ever before. Although the team has failed to record a win in its first two seasons, there is a plethora of hope that it can compete and get its first win in club history. Jason Lindsley, the team’s captain, is among […]

Gettysburg Gets Good Review

November 20, 2015 by


Unlike the retreating confederate forces on 4 July 1863, the rain stayed away from the ninth graders on their field trip this year. It was a nice day for the tours to the visitor’s center, Cyclorama, Cemetery Ridge, Seminary Boulevard, and Little Round Top. Freshman students and chaperones had an enlightening at Gettysburg on 9 October. […]

Cahalan, Meck Named October Students Of The Month

November 19, 2015 by


Duncan Cahalan was awarded Student of the Month for November. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Cahalan. “Duncan is a good choice for student of the month. He is a very motivated, hard-working, and respectable young man who has a bright future ahead of him. I’m glad to say he is one […]

Students Saw “Something Rotten,” but Trip Was Far From It

November 18, 2015 by


Chorus, ETC., and theater students had the opportunity to go on a trip to New York City to see the musical Something Rotten. On the morning of 28 October, everyone boarded a bus to the city. Students were very excited for this adventure, although it was a rainy and gloomy day. The group was able […]

“Take Me To” A Hozier Concert

November 17, 2015 by


Andrew Hozier Byrne walked out onto the stage of Radio City Music Hall to an abundance of applause. He started strumming a lovely melody on his guitar that eventually turned it into his hit song, “Like Real People Do.” His aura stretched out across the stage and the velvet recliners that the audience sat in. […]

Some Skin Cleanser Ingredients Can Cause Harm

November 16, 2015 by


Humans put a lot of things on their skin daily, but not every product is benign. Some products contain harsh chemicals mixed into the product, and the majority of these chemicals are carcinogenic. There are three main chemicals located in products for skin health that can cause liver and kidney cancer. The chemicals are DEA (Diethanolamine), […]

Random Profile: Tyler Milligan

November 13, 2015 by


Tyler Milligan is a senior at Fleetwood Area High School and will be graduating with this year’s 2016 graduates. Milligan’s plans after high school are to enlist in the Marine Corps. Following boot camp, he wants to be a computer systems administrator. Although he has a huge love for the military, his father does not […]

Reading Hospital Hosts “Pink Power Night”

November 12, 2015 by


October was Breast Cancer Awareness month. Reading Hospital hosted “Pink Power Night” for the twenty-first time to acknowledge the survivors of Breast Cancer and to spread awareness. It is a night to not only celebrate the strong people who survived but also a night to remember those who didn’t survive the battle. This year’s Pink Power Night took place […]

Random Cheese: What Are You Doing After Graduation?

November 11, 2015 by


Senior Maddy Garcia: “I’m heading to Punta Cana for my senior graduation present.” Senior Megan Burkert: “I’m super excited since me and my mom will be heading down to Cancun for my graduation present.” Senior Natasha Torres: “I want to plan a trip with a bunch of friends to go to the beach, and at […]

Oley Band Plays with Fleetwood in Last Home Football Game

November 10, 2015 by


The Oley High School band will be playing alongside Fleetwood Area High School’s band during the last home football game. Fleetwood Area Middle School’s band will also be joining them. It is predicted that there will be around 150 to 180 youth playing in the stands. Because Oley does not have a football team of […]

ISS Monitor Participates in Civil War Reenactments

November 9, 2015 by


Fleetwood Area High school in-school suspension monitor and historical reenactor, Mr. Mark Pflum participated in a recreation of the trial of the Lincoln conspirators. The trial took place on 20 June in Grant Hall, Fort McNair. That’s 150 years after the trial took place, in the same room. The reenactment was based on the 5,017 […]

Fleetwood Tiger’s Soccer Teams Make State Run

November 6, 2015 by


Both Fleetwood’s boys’ and girls’ soccer teams have qualified for District Playoffs. The boys’ team posted a 17-2 record between the regular season and County Playoffs, while the girls went 16-1-3. Neither team was able to capture a County championship this year, as both teams were eliminated in the semifinals. “In order to get back […]

SATs Set To Change In March 2016

November 5, 2015 by


Many have heard of the major changes coming to the SATs and PSATs in March. There are several changes. The scoring has changed as well as the essay. Reading and math are still included in the test. A huge plot twist is an optional essay. Not only do the test administrators want to see bubbled-in answers, […]

Forensic Science Proves Mostly Reliable

November 4, 2015 by


Forensic science is defined as any branch of science, including  physics, biology, or chemistry, that is used as proof or evidence in a court of law. Forensic scientists must collect, preserve, and analyze the data.  While some scientists are out at the crime scene, others analyze the data in a larger laboratory. The data collection and […]

Fleetwood Area Community Theatre Opens Show

November 3, 2015 by


The Fleetwood Area Community Theater has been around for twenty-nine years. They are a nonprofit organization that works with the community to put on productions for the public. They do not yet have a home of their own, so the plays are held at the St. Paul’s church in Fleetwood and at Fleetwood Area High […]

German Club Prepares Traditional Dish

November 2, 2015 by


German Club recently met up for its second meeting of the year. Among those who attended the most recent meeting were junior Max Ruemmler and junior Arthur Borodi. According German Club members, this was one of the most anticipated meetings in the club’s recent memory because the subject of the meeting involved making a traditional […]