National Honors Society Inductees are inducted at an induction

By Zach Peace

 

On April 4th, students at Salisbury High School were inducted into the National Honor Society. Students had the pleasure of listening to numerous speakers, including members of administration, the NHS co-advisors, and their own peers. The four officers of NHS, President Peyton Stauffer, Vice President Rylee Donaldson, Secretary Madison Jewel, and Treasurer Katie Rutt, gave speeches and advice on the future to their peers. They also quoted great historical figures including Mahatma Gandhi and John Quincy Adams.

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The Process is Starting to Pay Off

By Colten Hagadus

Back in 2013, the Philadelphia 76ers hired a man by the name of Sam Hinkie. Lets just say that Sam had a plan, a plan to be great, but it was going to take some time. This plan was called The Process. The Process started when the team traded all star point guard Jrue Holiday for a first round pick, which ended up turning into Nerlens Noel. Hinkie is an analytics guy and believed that the more picks he accumulated, the better chance he had at finding star players. Continue reading “The Process is Starting to Pay Off”

Basketball is Relevant Once Again in the City of Brotherly Love

By Colten Hagadus

 

The 2017-2018 Philadelphia 76ers were projected to be an average team and barely sneak into the playoffs as an 8 seed. With a lineup featuring the once in a lifetime Ben Simmons at point guard, sharpshooter JJ Redick at shooting guard, 3 and D specialist Robert Covington at small forward, scrapper Dario Saric at Power Forward, and all star Joel Embiid at center, the Sixers were more than capable of exceeding these expectations. Continue reading “Basketball is Relevant Once Again in the City of Brotherly Love”

Salisbury Students Participate in Reading Olympics

By Lindsey Diamond
Salisbury High School students participated in Reading Olympics on April 5th, 2018. Reading Olympics is a trivia style competition where students read books and get the opportunity to test their knowledge on the books that they read by answering questions against other schools. Here is a list of students who participated this year:

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See Something Say Something

By Brett Minnick

 

Salisbury SAP (Student Assistance Program) is running a poster contest for the “See Something Say Something” for suspicious or questionable behavior.  The posters are to encourage a safe environment in school thats supports those who needs assistance. This is a great contest to spread the word on SAP in today’s world where students need help.  The prizes range for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd with the top prize being a $100 gift card for the Lehigh Valley Mall and the posters will receive a higher grade if they have a clear message and a creative theme.  The deadline is March 29th for submitting them to the main office. Check out the Salisbury Blog for more information.

Post-Weinstein Universe

By Lindsey Diamond

Tensions in Hollywood are high as sexual assault allegations are more apparent than ever. In October 2017, Harvey Weinstein was first accused of sexual harassment by two actresses, Rose McGowan and Ashley Judd. Resulting in the sexual allegations, Weinstein was terminated from his company. Many other women built the confidence and came forward with their stories of harassment and assault regarding Weinstein. After the Weinstein scandal, above 50 workers in Hollywood have been terminated due to sexual misconduct accusations, such as Matt Lauer, Kevin Spacey, and Danny Masterson. Since then, many topics of discussions arose about women coming forward with assault, what punishment is appropriate for those who commit these crimes, and if one can still support an actor’s work without necessarily supporting the actor. Continue reading “Post-Weinstein Universe”