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Random Cheese: What’s Your Favorite Thing About Winter?

November 1, 2017 by


“Honestly, I hate winter because it’s all cold and stuff, and I hate the cold and stuff,” senior Josh Nasados said. “Snow,” sophomore Emily Logar said. “Snowboarding,” senior Nicole Rohall said. “Lord of the Rings marathons,” senior Leah Conrad said. “Nothing,” senior Zach Warren said. “Sports,” sophomore Trent Gehringer said. “Snow,” sophomore Callie Barr said. […]

Reporter Bio: Ripley Price

October 2, 2017 by


Ripley Price was born in Sydney, Australia, on 27 October 1999. Price was born to Elaine and Geoffrey Price. She is a middle child between her sister and her brother. This is her fourth year in journalism. She is the first person to achieve this goal. This is Price’s second year as journalism president. In […]

Reporter Bio: Jayra Chavarria

September 21, 2017 by


Jayra Chavarria is a Sophomore at Fleetwood Area High School. Jayra is the youngest daughter of Blanca and Jairo Chavarria as well as the younger sister of Byanka. Although this is only her first year in the Journalism classroom, Chavarria aspires to attend New York University to major in journalism, with the career goal of […]

Obama Awards VP Biden Presidential Medal of Freedom

January 23, 2017 by


On 12 January 2017, President Barack Obama awarded Vice President Joe Biden the Presidential Medal Of Freedom. This award was given to the Vice President with distinction, which has only happened on three other occasions in history. The Vice President was not informed of this beforehand and shed tears during President Obama’s speech. The sitting […]

Trump Aide Found to Have Committed Plagiarism

January 19, 2017 by


Donald Trump’s pick for National security aide, Monica Crowley, has been found to have plagiarized multiple times in the columns she wrote for the Washington Times.  This was found out when a CNN Kfile investigation was launched and more than fifty instances were found according to After this was discovered, many publishers have stopped […]

Afghan Terror Continues To Claim Lives

January 17, 2017 by


On Tuesday, 10 January, 31 people were killed and 80 were wounded in two bombings near the Afghan parliament building located in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. The first happened when a bomber on foot detonated their device by a van carrying administrative staffers. The second blast came from another vehicle timed to detonate when […]

Random Cheese: What Is Your Favorite Thing about Fall?

November 3, 2016 by


“Everything,”sophomore  Lia Bennicoff said. “The color changing in the leaves,” senior Katheryn Mercurio said. “Not having to mow the grass as often,” junior Lydia Atkins said. “Wearing long sleeved shirts and jeans,” senior Zach Heller said. “I’m not very fond of fall,” junior Elizabeth Horinka said. “The election,” freshman Noah Hottel said. “The weather,” freshman […]