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Warmer Weather Brings Disappointment to FAHS

November 23, 2016 by


Lately, Berks County has been experiencing changes in the weather throughout the fall season. During the day, the weather forecast has increased drastically. With high winds and frost covering the grass in the early morning, locals would never expect the weather during midday to be as high as it has been lately; the wind dies […]

Evidence for Global Warming Convinces Most

November 4, 2016 by


A topic that has been exceedingly controversial in the recent past is climate change and global warming. In a nutshell, global warming is a change in regional or global climate patterns. In recent years, temperatures have progressively grown warmer. The Greenhouse effect could be one cause of the rapid warming of the earth. Greenhouse gasses […]

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 […]

Climate Change Remains a Hot Topic

November 1, 2016 by


One of the most important issues in politics and science right now is that of climate change. It seems like everyone has a slightly different opinion, but the facts do seem to outweigh the skepticism. Over the last hundred years, the global average temperature has risen 1.5 degrees Fahrenheit. As of July 2016, each of […]

Winter Weather Brings Daily Surprises

January 17, 2015 by


The weather this winter has been very odd. One day it is 60 degrees and sunny; then the next day it is 30 degrees and snowing. The weather the second half of the season has been brutal. It ranged from 15 degrees to the wind chill being -15. “If it is going to be this cold, […]

Tornado Touches Down in Arkansas

May 22, 2014 by


A tornado struck Ferndale, Arkansas. This tornado was unexpected and brought tragedy to the community. Many people were killed and major damage caused. News reporters are calling this tornado an utter devastation. This tornado killed a minimum of fifteen people and destroyed many homes. This tornado also hit in an area that was still recovering from […]

Philly Snowfall Still Pales to Alaska

March 13, 2014 by


This year has been record breaking for snowfall. Compared to previous years, this is the coldest winter Pennsylvanians have had in quite a few years. Researchers gathered information stating Philadelphia has had a total of 54.8 inches of snow this year so far. According to, it has been snowing over 2 inches per hour. […]