Seniors’ future plans

Isobel Smith -- Marymount University -- Business law “I’ll be going to Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia. It’s a small school in a larger city. It’s six minutes from D.C. I wanted a small school in a place that there is stuff to do. I also wanted to do law and so I’m doing a program where I’ll do three years at Marymount and then three years at Catholic in D.C. So I’ll have my business degree and my law degree in six years.” “I want to go into hotels. I want to be a lawyer for corporate hotels.”   Sophia Mingora -- Indiana University of Pennsylvania --&n … [Read More...]

Substitute Teacher at Santa Fe Saves the Life of 15-Year-Old Freshman

by Cecilia Lantz This past Friday, Shelby Sosa, a 15-year-old freshman at Santa Fe High school was in her first period gym class getting ready to play basketball when the fire alarm went off. Sosa was in class with her twin sister and some … [Read More...]

You Don’t Have to be Hit to Feel Abuse

by Katie Garcia-Alcala When someone becomes involved in a romantic relationship with another individual, they often do so with the hope that they have found “the one.” As cliche as it may sound, they get into that relationship in hopes to live the … [Read More...]

Low-Income Families Shop and Stay on Budget

By Imani Carroll Now more than ever, low-income families have better access to quality household necessities for cheap prices. Many thrift stores have second hand furniture, clothes, kitchen appliances, and even electronics. The things … [Read More...]

Questions Rise about Gun Control Policies

By Vienna Zerbe While many believe stronger gun control would be a violation of their second amendment right, stronger gun control would benefit the lives of all American citizens. Gun control would provide a more efficient way to sell firearms, … [Read More...]

Conor Lamb Stunningly Defeats Rick Saccone in the Pennsylvania Midterm Election

  By Kenzie Park-Hubb In the latest Pennsylvania election, Conor Lamb, the Democratic candidate and Rick Saccone, the Republican candidate, each ran for a spot in Congress. Saccone, the predicted winner, did not come out of this election … [Read More...]

Suspicious Packages Arrive on the Doorsteps of Hundreds: Three of them Exploding

By Cecilia Lantz At the beginning of March, in Austin, Texas, strange packages were found on the doorsteps of residents in the community, causing panic in the capital of Texas, after three of them exploded, killing two people. After this … [Read More...]

Gun Violence Grows in York

by Katie Garcia-Alcala People never want to feel as if they are unsafe in their own homes. Parents always tell their children to “Lock the doors, close your windows, stay inside, and don’t open the door to anyone you don’t know.” People are supposed to be safe in their own homes, but what is to say that the violence happening outside, can’t come inside what we think is a safe place? Twenty year old Shandon M. Garner was walking down East Philadelphia Street street in York, when he heard a chorus of gunshots near by. He was injured once, receiving a gunshot wound in the arm. He also suffer … [Read More...]

The Future Generation will become More than we Expected

by Katie Garcia-Alcala With the graduating class of 2018 moving on with their lives and starting their new beginnings, I can’t help but to look back and think about our time as kindergarteners. With time that seemed to escape us, the children to come will create wonderful and fantastic things in the days to come. After visiting Valley View Elementary school and talking with some of the kindergarteners there, I had the opportunity to ask Mrs. Tyson’s class a few questions. Where most of the kids were unsure of what they were most looking forward to and had no idea what to expect when the … [Read More...]

Spring Fashion Week Recap

By Madeline Abel Even though it may not seem like it, spring is finally here, and with it come many new fashion trends from brands across the world. With The Big 4 Fashion week just wrapping up in February, the world has been blessed with new designs from brands like Gucci and Roksanda.   New York, Paris, London, and Milan all held their Summer Fashion Week shows back to back in February and March. One of the most iconic collections out of all four shows was Gucci’s spring/summer 2018 collection. It included many of Gucci’s iconic trench coats and blazers, but introduced new dress an … [Read More...]

Gun Violence Grows in York

by Katie Garcia-Alcala People never want to feel as if they are unsafe in their own homes. Parents always tell their children to “Lock the doors, close your windows, stay inside, and don’t open the door to anyone you don’t know.” People are suppose … [Read More...]

The Future Generation will become More than we Expected

by Katie Garcia-Alcala With the graduating class of 2018 moving on with their lives and starting their new beginnings, I can’t help but to look back and think about our time as kindergarteners. With time that seemed to escape us, the children to c … [Read More...]

Spring Fashion Week Recap

By Madeline Abel Even though it may not seem like it, spring is finally here, and with it come many new fashion trends from brands across the world. With The Big 4 Fashion week just wrapping up in February, the world has been blessed with new … [Read More...]

Women Paid Much Less Than Male Athletes in the Sports Industry

By Will McGowan The sports industry has always been keen on spotlighting the games involving males. Legends such as Stephen Curry and Clayton Kershaw dominant their respective sports leagues by gaining immense salaries every year. Over 35 … [Read More...]

Is Arming Teachers Really The Answer?

By Faith Speece The idea of giving teachers firearms has been a hot topic in the news since the Parkland shooting. President Trump has openly expressed his support for this idea. According to the New York Times he said, “The only way to stop a b … [Read More...]

Making the Best Decision for You

By Kenzie Park-Hubb As senior year comes to a close, many students are ready to depart and move onto furthering their dreams. For many, this image includes graduating from high school, going to college, and then moving onto their careers. But, … [Read More...]