Valentine’s Day could be the most dreadful holiday if you’re single. It reminds you that being in love is so pleasant because couples go all out on this day; buying gifts for each other and going on dates. What Valentine’s Day does not stress is that it is okay to be independent and alone on this holiday. Continue reading “Love Advice: What to do if you’re single on Valentine’s Day?”
This article is the first in a series of student-produced advocacy journalism pieces. We’ve spent the last month as a staff researching, writing, and editing articles on a number of issues we care about. The first installment, by senior editor Nathan Rolls, takes a look at the experience of one former inmate.
By: Brett Minnick
“It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” by Andy Williams may be the most accurate description of the holiday season I can provide.
By Zach Peace
2017 has been a very strange year indeed.
By Jack Kubinec
After not releasing an album for three years, Taylor Swift made a striking entrance back into mainstream music. Reputation is no doubt the largest album release in 2017, selling 1.2 million copies in the US, and 2 million copies worldwide. This could be because of the symbolistic killing of her old self, representing herself a snake, and coming to her senses of her big reputation, but either way it created something different for Swift.
By Patrick To
Can we all just take a moment here to look at what Ajit Pai did? The Federal communications commission, with Pai as their chair, is destroying the internet that we all know and love. The FCC is an independent agency of the US government, and its job is to regulate interstate communications (radio, tv, etc.), but their decision may directly affect your life.
By Lindsey Diamond
Algebra, Biology, and Literature Keystone retakes are occurring from December 4th-15th. Keystones are important because if you are class of 2019 and below you need to pass to actually graduate. This happened because in 2016, Governor Tom Wolfe signed a temporary bill that provided a two year window for the Pennsylvania Department of Education to work on issues that evolved from using a high-stakes exam to determine high school graduation eligibility. To avoid retaking it multiple times or even repeating the grade, a proficient is needed to pass. Here are some tips to achieve that proficient: