By Elizabeth Sirianni
This is the second installment in a series of pieces meant to guide students through the college application process. Follow along for tips, insight, and exclusive interviews with experts.
When it comes to college you may know what you want to major in, but how do you choose which one to go to? There’s a lot of different factors that go into this decision, so whatever elements are most important to you should serve as the guides for selecting a school.
By: Elizabeth Sirianni
The spotted lanternfly is an invasive pest native to China, India, and Vietnam. However, they have begun to make the Lehigh Valley their new home – here’s why we should be concerned:
By Patrick To
All new members of Model United Nations will be attending a mandatory training session at Wyomissing Area High School on October 15, 2018. The deadline for any students who wish to join MUN this school year is October 5.
Salisbury’s Super Students is a recurring column on the Falcon Courier that showcases some of the amazing things that our students accomplish and the amazing young adults they are becoming. For more installments of Salisbury’s Super Students stay updated on the Falcon Courier website.
By Colten Hagadus and Zachary Peace
This Week’s Edition: Natural Remedies for the Cold
By Gabriella Lozada
Around this time of the year, the cold is going around. Personally, I prefer to try natural ways to heal myself from sickness first, before reaching for the medicine cabinet. There are many ways to naturally heal yourself without the use of medicine and unneeded chemicals.
By Haroula Barbounis
If you are in love with romantic comedies, then you will love To All the Boys I Loved Before. The main character Lara Jean Covey, played by actress Lana Condor, writes five love letters, one for every boy she’s ever loved, which includes the most popular boy in her grade and her sister’s ex-boyfriend. That alone just tells us how messy this situation could get if these were ever read. Now, Lara Jean has no intention of sending her letters and keeps them in a hatbox in her closet. However, one day, the letters somehow get sent, and they turn Lara Jean’s life upside down.
By Justin Burkhardt
The Salisbury Falcons Varsity football team went to Notre Dame this past Friday to take on the 3-1, now 4-1, Crusaders. It was a rough night for the Falcons, playing with limited starting players due to a plethora of injuries that has riddled the Falcon starting lineup. The remaining healthy Falcon players were typically freshman and sophomores, leading to an inexperienced eleven.
By Haroula Barbounis
As September closes, Salisbury High School is in full swing with their soccer season. For the boys soccer team, the varsity team has won a home game against Pine Grove, a home game against Notre Dame, and an away game against Northern Lehigh, making it altogether three victories. Junior varsity recently won one game against Catasauqua, the score 1-0, and it also tied twice, once with Notre Dame and once with Palisades. The boys are coached by SHS American Cultures teacher Mr. Frick and SMS gym teacher Mr. Allinson, as well as SHS Algebra 2 and Geometry 2 teacher Mr. Hahn, who coaches junior varsity.
By Elizabeth Sirianni
This is the first installment in a series of pieces meant to guide students through the college application process. Follow along for tips, insight, and exclusive interviews with experts.
For sophomores and juniors, I’m sure any kind of talk about the SATs has worn out its welcome. However, for those who are still wondering what they can do in preparation for them, feel free to continue reading. First and foremost, take the practice tests given to you by your guidance counselor; they will give you a feel as to what the test is like as well as reveal what subjects you need to improve on. SATs are timed, so give yourself about three hours to complete each test.
By Kyle Strubeck
Apple began as a startup in the garage of Steve Jobs. Steve Wozniak would go on to create the Apple 1, a computer whose primary objective was to optimize space. Ever since then, advancements in technology allowed engineers to shrink their products. From the Apple 1 to the Macintosh, to the first iPhone and iPods, it seemed like smaller was the future. However, after the invention of the iPhone, luxury took the place of convenience, and they began to grow in size again. The first iPhone measured at 4.5×2.4 inches. Today, Apple’s newest product, the iPhone Xs, measures at 6.2×3.1 inches. Along with the increase in size, there are a few more additions to the new version of the familiar product.