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  • Salisbury Sports Trivia

    Salisbury Sports Trivia On Friday the 26th the winners will be put into a lottery and the name picked gets a sweet prize.

  • Maya & Stella: Lists and Reviews 

    Maya & Stella: Lists and Reviews 

    Best Study Habits For Upcoming Tests By: Stella Strickland and Maya Afif Finding good study habits can be difficult. If you are struggling with finding great techniques with suitable outcomes, read this list! Maya and I have used all of these strategies which have helped us each time.  Put your phone to the side! At […]



  • Returning to a “Normal” School Year?

    Returning to a “Normal” School Year?

    By: Alex Miller COVID-19 had a huge impact on all of the world. Something it truly affected was schools. Students went from going into school 5 days a week, with that being normal, to no school at all. In spring of 2020, Salisbury decided to take virtual school a different way for each grade. For […]

  • King Kone & The Jungle Kafe VS. Ice Cream World

    By: Abigail Christman King Kone & the Jungle Kafe is an ice cream parlor that has a jungle theme located in Whitehall, PA. They have homemade waffle cones and many different ice cream flavors. King Kone & the Jungle Kafe is usually known as “King Kone.” King Kone is located at 5503 MacArthur Road, Whitehall, […]

  • Conan Gray: Music Review

    Conan Gray: Music Review

    Picture from @conangray’s Instagram By Reese Petrie With 18,152,974 monthly Spotify listeners, 528,444, 492 streams of his song “Heather,” and a #1 debut album in 2020, Conan Gray, at the young age of twenty-two, is on the rise with his indie-pop music. In March 2020, Gray debuted his first studio album with Republic Records, and […]

  • How Does Starting School Later Affect Students?

    By: Candice Bresnak Did you know that up to 70% of high school students suffer from a lack of sleep? According to Sleep Foundation, “Nearly 60% of middle schoolers do not get enough sleep on school nights. For high schoolers, that number is over 70%.” Their days can go from getting up before the sun […]

  • The Start of the Fourth Quarter

    The Start of the Fourth Quarter

    By: Shauna Connelly Friday, April 9th marks the start of the fourth quarter at Salisbury. With this, some students will be switching electives.  For many students, this can provide a fresh start. However, those who are unprepared may struggle to adjust to their new schedule.  In an email interview, Mrs. Moyer, a guidance counselor here […]

  • When will Salisbury Regain the Familiarity Known Before Coronavirus?

    By:Shauna Connelly Coronavirus is unpredictable, making it impossible to tell the day things will be ordinary again. However, with new recommendations being released by the CDC, there is new hope that day is soon.     To begin, on March 19th, the CDC caused speculation that Salisbury High School can return full-time when they released that middle […]

  • Tula Reihman: “Caring, Smart, Funny (occasionally)”

    Tula Reihman: “Caring, Smart, Funny (occasionally)”

    By: Abigail Christman Tula is one of the funniest people you will ever meet and she could care so much less about what everyone thinks about her. She is one of the most compassionate people in the world. You may be mean to her once but she will always be nice to you. She believes […]