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FAHS German Club Has Double Dessert

May 11, 2022 by

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Frau Christine Moll and the FAHS German Club are creating two desserts, one for April and one for May. The dessert in April was Black Forest Cake, and the dessert in May is going to be Spaghettieis. The Black Forest Cake is a chocolate cake filled with cherries and has whipped cream and cherries on […]

German Club Dines at Deitsch Eck

March 30, 2022 by

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On Tuesday, March 29, 2022, German teacher Christine Moll and the German Club will be hosting a culinary field trip to Deitsch Eck. Everyone is welcome for a taste of German cuisine!  The FAHS German Club is sponsoring this trip to Lenhartsville. Deitsch Eck is an authentic German restaurant in Pennsylvania. The food students will […]

German Club Hosts Birthday-Themed Meeting

March 20, 2022 by

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On 25 January 2022, a Tuesday afternoon, the German Club held its annual meeting about celebrating birthdays in Germany. The members played vocab bingo, ate cupcakes, and won prizes, which were coins from the Goethe-Institut. ¨We decided on this topic because my sister’s and father’s birthdays are in that week, so when we found out […]

Winter Storm Kills Two in the South, Migrates North

February 11, 2022 by

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A winter storm in the south part of the United States killed two people during the weekend of 15 January and traveled up the northeast coast, hitting Pennsylvania and New York. The southeast received more than nine inches of snow. While this snowstorm was moving, it knocked out power for thousands of people in many […]

Omicron Varient Sweeps through the United States

December 30, 2021 by

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There have been cases appearing all over the world on the new COVID-19 variant, called Omicron. Omicron has been spreading like wildfire and has been causing concern for many. This Variant is stronger and more contagious than the Delta variant of Covid-19. People worry there is going to be a winter surge, or they believe […]

New Government Regulations Plan to Eradicate Drunk Driving

November 30, 2021 by

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There are around 9,000 deaths caused by drunk drivers each year in the U.S. In 2026, America is going to have a requirement on cars that will mandate a new technology for people under the influence of alcohol that is intended to curb the extent of fatalities. This plan is part of the Democrat’s trillion-dollar […]

Supply Chain Crisis Erupts in California

November 27, 2021 by

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Essential supplies are stranded in the middle of the ocean. This is only part of the crisis happening with the California Supply Chain. There have been an overwhelming number of ports sitting idle and ships being delayed, causing the price of products to go up in stores. The Biden Administration plans to fix this by […]

US Borders to Reopen for Vaccinated Travelers

October 31, 2021 by

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Should the borders be reopened for those who are vaccinated? Regardless of one’s opinion, the U.S. plans to reopen its land borders with Canada and Mexico, but travelers need proof that they are vaccinated in order to travel or cross the border.  The Biden administration plans to lift travel restrictions at the borders starting in […]

Field of Screams Open for 2021 Season

October 26, 2021 by

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With new terrifyingly haunting attractions, Field of Screams is back in action for the new season.  Field of Screams, located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, is returning for the 2021 season. With new and returning attractions, Field of Screams has something for all ages! After opening Field of Screams in 1993, Gene and Jim Schopf have found great […]

AOC Makes Fashion Political with “Tax the Rich” Dress

October 26, 2021 by

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a New York Representative, wore a seemingly controversial white dress to the 2021 Met Gala. The red lettering written on the back stated ¨Tax the Rich.¨ Many people loved and admired her dress, while others deplored the message and the medium.  Ocasio-Cortez has spent much of her career trying to get the point […]

Reporter Bio: Yulisa Orozco

September 27, 2021 by

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Yulisa Orozco, born on 16 April 2004, is a senior at Fleetwood Area High School. Originally from Reading, Orozco moved to the Fleetwood at a young age and grew up in the district. She comes from a full house of five siblings and five pets. When asked how this home environment has shaped her character […]