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New Apps Spell the End for Paper Currency

March 21, 2023 by


Mobile payment apps provide a resource that has positive and negative effects within society. Some of the benefits include quick/easy transactions, not having to carry cash, and general convenience. However, security risks and technology barriers are still limiting issues with these apps.  One of the biggest factors contributing to the rise of mobile payment apps […]

Gas Stoves Spark Controversy

March 8, 2023 by


Should Americca ban gas stoves? While the question may sound extreme, actions have been taken to support this move within the government.  Around mid-January, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission made statements regarding the safety of gas stoves. Richard Trumpka Jr., head of the commission, sighted safety concerns as a key factor. Immediate outrage ensued […]

Nation Wide Outages Affect Air Travel

February 17, 2023 by


Before the recent airline outages, a nationwide flight delay had not happened since 9/11.  “The FAA’s outage was the second major air travel disruption in less than a month and drew bipartisan criticism. Winter storms derailed holiday travel in late December, prompting widespread cancellations and a crisis at Southwest Airlines after it buckled from all […]

What to Look For When Buying a Used Car

February 14, 2023 by


How much thought do you put into buying a used car? The market for used vehicles has seen exponential growth within the last few years. The variables that are in play might suggest a few different motives to explain the rise in prices.  “U.S. Department of Labor statistics revealed that used car prices are up […]

COVID-19 Represents a Clear Stumbling Block for Students

January 11, 2023 by


After the effects of COVID-19 on the entire school system, students have felt the impact in a variety of ways. Grades, assignments, and attendance have seen these most alterations. In order to understand the impact COVID had, it’s important to find out how students responded after feeling its effects. “Before the pandemic, about 1 in […]

Math Club Members Compete at Kutztown University

November 30, 2022 by


On October 27, 2022, senior math club members Ruohan Chen and Samuel Mitten competed against other high schoolers in the Keystone Symposium. This event, which is known as “The Inagurabal Keystone Symposium on Mathematics Research by High School Students,” creates an outlet for high schoolers to present a solution to a math-related problem. “For the […]

Rapper Ye West Creates Controversy

November 22, 2022 by


In light of recent events, rapper Kanye West has faced much backlash and criticism over a multitude of comments he has recently made. Kanye (who is now referred to as Ye after the process of a legal name change) is certainly not a new figure in the media spotlight.  As early as 2005, Ye started […]

The Roar Store is Back and Busy

October 14, 2022 by


The Fleetwood Area High School Roar Store is now open for its 3rd year. So far, operations have been going well.  “Already, we have done a quarter of what we have done the entire last year in shirt-making in the first month of school,” business teacher Ms. Rebecca Heiser said.  But the club has been […]

Reporter Bio: Joshua Tiemann

October 14, 2022 by


Joshua Tiemann, or Josh, is the vice president of the Tiger Times newspaper at Fleetwood Area High School. Josh is currently a senior in high school at Fleetwood. Josh is a Christian man who frequently goes to church. Over this past summer,  Josh worked at Grings-Mill, where he did basic maintenance work. Josh does not […]