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Fleetwood and Schuylkill Valley Combine to Make Joint Lacrosse Team

June 4, 2019 by

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The FAHS girls’ lacrosse team’s season took off with a great start. Fleetwood girls combined with the Schuylkill Valley lacrosse team to work hard towards a wonderful season. This is the third year that the Schuylkill Valley girls’ lacrosse team has existed and accepted Fleetwood players to join the team. The team consists of 35 […]

3 Victims From the Parkland Shooting Commit Suicide

May 23, 2019 by

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A shooting never ends with the last bullet; it continues to live on with the survivors and the memory of violence. This was proven true all in one week when three innocent people took their own lives; they had one thing in common: all of them were victims of school shootings. Over the course of […]

Random Cheese: What is your favorite place to travel?

May 22, 2019 by

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Paige Garrett ( Grade 11)–“Clearwater beach in Florida, because they have the best waves for surfing and they have the best sunsets, and that’s where I have a lot of good memories with my dad.” Kenzie Miller (Grade 10)–“I love any beach really; the freeness of the ocean and the waves, it just  all feels […]

Racism Allegations Compel Vermont Lawmaker to Resign

February 13, 2019 by

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Vermont’s only black female lawmaker has resigned. Kiah Morris decided to step down from her position after she had received harassment from a white nationalist. The man will not be pressed with any charges because, by law, his comments are covered by the First Amendment. Kiah’s harasser was covered by the First Amendment, which states […]

Women Finally Allowed to Enter Holiest Temple in India

January 31, 2019 by

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On 2 January 2019, two individuals made history for women in India. In Kerala, India, two women entered one of the holiest temples in all of India just after a ban on women was removed. Although this was a big step towards equality, many people were not happy. Over the years, women have struggled to […]

Government Shuts Down over Border Wall

January 10, 2019 by

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Is Trump going to keep his biggest campaign promise? President Trump has conceded to shut down the American government because Congress hasn’t provided funding for his pledged border wall. Before Trump was elected, he guaranteed that border security would be increased with his proposition for a wall on the border of the U.S and Mexico. […]

Anti-Semitic Slurs Found in Columbia Professor’s Office

December 20, 2018 by

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A professor and her students were left shocked on the campus of Columbia University. Professor Midlarsky walked into her office only to find swastikas and anti-semitic slurs slathered all over her walls with red spray paint. It was a normal Wednesday around 1:30 p.m. when Midlarsky and her students were heading to her office for […]

Mass Shootings Continue in the US

December 11, 2018 by

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Imagine having a beloved place destroyed, something once seen as home now seen as rubble. This is what has happened and is still happening to those affected by mass shootings. Statistics have shown that there have been 307 mass shootings during 2018 in the U.S. alone. Tel Orfanos was just one person who had experienced […]

FBLA to Host Workshops Each Month

November 28, 2018 by

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FBLA is helping kids to obtain jobs through their ‘Steps 4 Success’ workshops. Some FBLA student members have decided to help their peers succeed in the workforce. Attending their workshops will give students the information they need to get and keep a successful job. The leaders of these workshops are Megan Zimmerman, Travis Pytleski, and […]

FBLA Partners with Fleetwood Bank

November 1, 2018 by

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FBLA is teaching kids to save! The group  has officially partnered with Fleetwood bank in July. Their plan is to teach kids from kindergarten to twelfth grade to save. FBLA has many activities planned to promote their message. The student representatives of this project are Brooke Gorman, Caitlin Bower, and Faith Readinger. All three girls […]

Is Biased News Overtaking Traditional Journalism?

October 29, 2018 by

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Is biased news invading news media all over? News companies are constantly sharing controversial stories, but their motives behind them may not be geared just by facts. Some major news companies today may be promoting certain articles in a biased way. A biased article is when a journalist writes personal opinions in an article trying […]

FAHS Field Hockey

October 15, 2018 by

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It is Field Hockey season! The Field Hockey team is filled with many amazing players, all coached by Joyce Angstadt, Meagan Keenan, and Beth Breisch. The varsity captains are all juniors: Paige Garrett, Stephanie Hegedus, Melinda Alicea, and Madison Speece. The junior varsity representative is also a junior, Sydney Mahmood. Paige Garrett began playing Field […]

Reporter Bio: Jessica Carlin

September 27, 2018 by

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Jessica Carlin is a smart, free-thinking, and involved junior at Fleetwood Area High School. She takes journalism because she both enjoys and excels in writing. In the future, Jessica plans to attend college and study abroad in Korea. She wants to join the peace corps while in college. Being of Korean descent, Carlin finds the […]