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Last of the Jeffersonians: Bill Kauffman’s Interview with The Tiger Times

March 24, 2023 by


In this interview, author Bill Kauffman, known for “America First!”, Look Homeward, America, and more, answers questions from “The Tiger Times.” Bill Kauffman is known as a historian of local culture, an author, a screenwriter, and more. In the interview, he covers topics from books, historical figures, current events, and beyond. Bill Kauffman is a […]

Luddism Leaps in Popularity

March 3, 2023 by


The Luddite revolution might be among us. Young people in the modern era have a tendency to be tech addicts. Despite this, some young individuals are giving up their tech for a simpler life. A Luddite is someone who opposes the use of modern technology. The name comes from the original “Luddites,” who were English […]

Mob Makes Major Headlines!

February 24, 2023 by


The mob is not dead. There is a dominant theory that the Mafia is not active in the same way it was decades ago, but recent news stories show that might not be true. “A reputed Gambino captain was among two dozen people busted in a sprawling, multimillion-dollar construction kickback scheme that affected several significant […]

Yemen Resolution Doesn’t Get a Vote Despite Activists’ Wishes

February 10, 2023 by


The United States is funding its ally Saudi Arabia in its war against Yemen. The civil war in Yemen has left over a hundred thousand dead from armed conflict and many more Yemenis dead from starvation. Most of these deaths were civilians killed directly or indirectly by the Saudi military. The United States has given […]

Fleetwood Senior Siblings Sign Letters of Intent

January 27, 2023 by


It’s off to college lacrosse for some Fleetwood twins. Jocelyn and Karissa Doerr are seniors at Fleetwood Area High School. They play lacrosse for the Schuylkill Valley Panthers. On November 9th, they signed letters of intent to play lacrosse for the University of Mount Olive in Mount Olive, North Carolina. Jocelyn and Karissa Doerr were among […]

Earth Population Reaches 8 Billion and Counting

December 1, 2022 by


Earth’s population just won’t stop growing. The human population hit 8 billion on November 15, 2022. This has many asking, “What are the consequences?” Many are not worried about overpopulation; some going so far as to call it a “myth”; still others view it as one of the greatest, or perhaps the greatest, threats to […]

President Pardons Pot Possessors

November 18, 2022 by


President Biden is a one-time drug war hawk who is now pardoning pot offenders. On October 6, 2022, President Biden took to Twitter to announce the policy “As I’ve said before, no one should be in jail just for using or possessing marijuana. Today I’m taking steps to end our failed approach. Allow me to […]

Psilocybin Introduces Mushrooms to Modern Medicine

October 21, 2022 by


Shrooms are making strides. Psilocybin is currently an illegal controlled substance. Despite this, its usage for certain disorders shows promising potential.  Psilocybin is a chemical found in a variety of mushrooms. When consumed, it can produce what is called a “trip.” A “trip” from psilocybin mushrooms can range widely in effect, but many people who […]

Reporter Bio: Jacob Rauenzahn

October 21, 2022 by


Jacob Rauenzahn is a senior who has lived in Fleetwood his entire life. He is the president of the student newspaper. Jacob is very fit for the position because of his love and passion for writing, reading, and journalism as a whole.  Jacob enjoys journalism so much that he hopes to attend college for it. […]