YS Students Make a Prom V. 2

by Kiyanna Dowling Ever since the passing of the school’s homecoming in October, an ongoing rumor of a second prom referred to as “Prom V.2” has gone throughout the school. Students had many different opinions about homecoming. Some students enjoyed the enforced rules about dancing and expec … [Read more...]

Gold Out raises money for MiniThon

by Niyah Rose  Chris Millard was 11 years old when he was first diagnosed with cancer. Shortly before he lost his three-year battle with cancer, he wrote a story about a great knight who sought out the four diamonds of courage, wisdom, honesty, and strength, in order to be released from the … [Read more...]

Suburban’s Athletic Scholars

by Kiyanna Dowling The York Suburban class of 2020 has a lot of musically, artistically, and academically gifted seniors. Within this class is a group of athletically gifted seniors including Garth Barclay, Dominic Corto, and Rachel Ludwick.  These are just a select few seniors who have … [Read more...]

Football team strives for greatness  

By Tyren Posey  The past two years have not been the best for the York Suburban football team, but now the team is looking like a true competitor for the district championship. The team has started off to an undefeated start through its first four games and is looking to keep that streak … [Read more...]

New Faces Join YSHS

by Steven Agapis To start off the 2019-2020 school year off,  we have to get to know some of the new faces around the building.  After three years at the York Suburban Middle School Joshua Fisher, an integrated science teacher is familiar with many students currently in high … [Read more...]

Dominic Corto passes Mailman for all-time lacrosse points

by Ben Rohrbaugh March 25, 2019 marked a time of celebration for the York Suburban boys’ lacrosse team. The Trojans hosted a game against New Oxford, which ended in a win. This was not the only great thing that happened. Junior Dominic Corto surpassed Colin Mailman, a current Division 1 lacrosse p … [Read more...]

Triggs to retire

by Michaela Trotter Tom Triggs is a retiring government teacher/ basketball coach who prides himself on teaching students how to survive in the real world. He has been at York Suburban High School for 26 years. Triggs has put his time and effort into making sure the next generation can thrive in … [Read more...]

Opinion: Captain Marvel Movie Review

by Simone Williams A new movie has recently been added to the Marvel universe installments, Captain Marvel was released on March 8, 2019 and has had quite the impact on the box office. The movie made $524.1 million dollars worldwide. The movie is centered around a young woman named Vers, who … [Read more...]

The Cost of College

by Ariel Rivera College is a place where some kids dream of going; however, there are other students who do not go. Is it because of all the schooling before college? Or is because the cost is too much to afford? Some people have careers they need to go to college for to get the degree to go … [Read more...]

Copper Crust continues to grow and improve

  by Rachael Lynch The Copper Crust is a local bakery and cafe located at 966 South George Street. They offer a wide variety of delicious delicacies, from pastries, to sandwiches. Owners Sean and Nicolle Austin started their business in 2012 by opening a stand in Central Market. … [Read more...]