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For Most, You’re as Violent as Your Viewing Habits

March 27, 2023 by


The word “violence” is frequent in the vocabulary of society’s youth. Violence in the media has been a matter of many debates, with some parents allowing their children to witness and take in all information that is shared in the media.  The American Psychological Association released a report in 1988 saying, “Virtually all independent scholars […]

Twitter Files Spark and Sputter in Equal Measure

March 16, 2023 by


Starting the beginning of December, independent journalist Matt Taibbi has released information and conversations that were posted to Twitter but censored by the previous heads of Twitter. Taibbi is an independent journalist who has reported on multiple political stories in the past years. “Anytime you have a true/independent journalist, and in this case Matt Taibbi […]

Consumerism: Living a False Life that’s Not Just Killing Us But the World Around Us

March 1, 2023 by


Copious amounts of research have been done on consumerism and the evolution of human consumption in the last two decades.  Consumerism is the constant need for demand and dependency. Niel D. Emerald wrote, “Consumerism affects the psychological health of the individual through erosion of the true self and replacing it with a false self, and […]

Are You Misinterpreting Masculinity?

February 15, 2023 by


In the past year, celebrities such as Andrew Tate and the fictional character Patrick Bateman from American Psycho have been used as “role models” for the aspiring phrases “sigma” or “alpha male,” which some men use as part of a journey toward male self-improvement.   This way of thinking has promoted misogynistic behaviors and emotional illiteracy […]

Missiles Threaten Peace of Mind in U.S.

January 24, 2023 by


North Korea and the United States have had a rocky relationship over the past few decades. With new research and information circulating about a North Korean missile that can reach the United States, some are scared.  The Japan Times reported, “Across the Atlantic, U.S. President Joe Biden warned in October of a potential ‘Armageddon’ hanging […]

Free Speech Has Consequences, and Cancel Culture Is One of Them

December 2, 2022 by


The First Amendment says, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble.”  That means everyone is protected by the First Amendment to an extent. On the other hand, […]

Hoffman Transitions from Student Teacher to Faculty Member

November 9, 2022 by


Ms. Hailey Hoffman, the new Fleetwood Area High School English teacher who teaches English 9 to 11, is from originally from Bridgewater, New Jersey, which she still frequently visits about twice a month.  Hoffman knew she wanted to be a teacher starting around the age of 4 or 5. “School was always my favorite game […]

Pennsylvania Governor’s Election Heats Up

October 19, 2022 by


On Tuesday, November 8th, the new Pennsylvania Governor will be determined.  Democratic State attorney Josh Shapiro is in the Political Race against Republican State Senator Doug Mastriano. Both Candidates are looking to succeed former Democratic Governor Tom Wolf, whose term is over and cannot be re-elected. The winner will be sworn in on January 17, […]

Reporter Bio: Owen Williams

October 19, 2022 by


Owen Williams has various stories and experiences that show who he is and strives to be. He is currently a junior, and his favorite class is psychology. Beginning with his family, he has both a younger brother and a sister. Dad is an entrepreneur; Mom stays at home; and his stepdad is a police officer. […]