Month: January 2020

  • Students Save the World

    Model UN heads off to Baltimore for annual JHUMUNC conference where they solve world issues By Ryann Thomson The Yom Kippur War, World War I, Catalonian secession: these are just a few of the global issues that Salisbury’s Model UN students will try and solve at the Baltimore Model United Nations (UN) conference in early…

  • School is Way Too Cool

    School is Way Too Cool

    By Destynie Lichtenwalner Ever been sitting in class and all of a sudden get chills? Or how about when wearing a sweatshirt?  Feel the need to take it off mid-lesson? How about investigating this topic a little more? Some rooms are naturally cold. Others can go from perfect temperature to freezing.  There may even be…

  • Will a Catfish Win?

    Will a Catfish Win?

    By Samantha Gibisser The Circle is a thrilling show that keeps everyone wanting to know what will happen next. This show is a social media based show and can be seen as super interesting.  The show starts out with eight players, and as the show moves on, people are removed and added. The eight players…

  • Check it Out: 3 Restaurants to Try in 2020

    Check it Out: 3 Restaurants to Try in 2020

    By Timmy Buda With the new year just kicking off, why would you want the same old eating habits you’re used to. Food is meant to be explored and a new good restaurant can be a perfect way to find new friends/relationships. Here are 3 restaurants you probably haven’t heard of, that Salisbury students should…

  • Appreciating Our Supporters

    Appreciating Our Supporters

    By Ella De Fazio Salisbury swimmers dive into the new year with meets against Allen, Quakertown, Tamaqua, and Whitehall.  Coaches and swimmer hosted the annual teacher appreciation swim meet against Whitehall on Tuesday. Swimmers were asked to invite their favorite teacher to come watch them swim, and give thanks to them for all their hard…

  • What’s Going On?

    A Student Handbook to Politics By Maggie Eckhart Democracy, America’s and all of those old English dudes baby. The U.S. government and its elected officials are both confusing beings. With all of the rhetoric used in their speeches, it can be hard to define what on earth they are trying to express.  This handbook is…

  • Kickz Da Habbit

    Kickz Da Habbit

    By Ryan Ferrell Local small business owner Tony Hamane of Kickz Da Habbit made a visit to Salisbury High School on Wednesday, Jan. 8th 2020. 

  • Impeachment Update: 

      John Bolton willing to testify in impeachment trial  By Ryann Thomson Former White House National Security Advisory John Bolton issued a statement stating he is willing to testify in the Senate impeachment trial if he is subpoenaed.  “I have concluded that, if the Senate issues a subpoena for my testimony, I am prepared to…

  • Girls’ Basketball Senior Night

    By Quinn Wittman Girls’ Basketball took on Catasauqua Rough Riders on January 14th for their 2019-2020 senior night. The seniors recognized were Jenna Sartorius and Madison Bettuccio. Jenna started for her first varsity minutes as #32, and due to a shoulder injury, Madison (#34) was cheering loudly from the bench. The starting lineup for the…

  • G.I.V.E.-nds

    By Destynie Lichtenwalner Salisbury students, Lindsey Rapp and Nevaeh Robinson, have been continuously working alongside English teacher Ms. Schneider in their favored club, G.I.V.E. Just recently, the team put together the annual Third Street Alliance Necessities Drive in order to donate to women and children this winter.  December 18th was the final day to bring…