Monthly Archives: February 2012

What’s With The DMV?

I know that I am not the only one that has gotten a cold shoulder at the DMV, but after taking my drivers test, and passing I might add, I think that the rude comments and tones were a little … Continue reading

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“Chronicle” first arrived in theaters on Super Bowl Weekend. I put off seeing it because, after seeing the trailer, I thought it was just going to be a Hollywood-Blockbuster movie filled with explosions and weak characters, topped off with a … Continue reading

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A few ironicities

My friend and I started a “Book of Ironicities,” or a compilation of ironic quirks that we’ve noticed in our lives.  Read a few of our best and see if you agree. 1. You know how supper tastes better in … Continue reading

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Talk with a Christian counselor

By MELISSA FUTRELL, Susquehannock High School Choosing a career and knowing where your interests and talents lie is something that many teens struggle with. For me, I have known what I want to pursue for a while simply because I … Continue reading

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The dead dictator in pictures

By EVELYN WAGAMAN, Spring Grove Area High School Who knew pictures of someone looking at things could be so funny. Somehow, North Korea’s former Dear Leader has a way of amusing the Western world no matter what he’s doing. Even … Continue reading

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Mall Cops

I had an interesting run-in with the law a few days ago at the mall. I was at the West Manchester Mall with my boyfriend. I had injured my ankle earlier that day in gym and it was really starting … Continue reading

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Break away from the mainstream with XPN

When flipping through the insurmountable number of radio stations, I find myself tiring of the sameness of the mainstream, for it seems no matter how high the difference in channel numbers an identical song is always polluting the airwaves on every one. And so … Continue reading

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“Dumb Things” and honest things

When I asked Suzanne if she wanted to go with me to church on Sunday morning, I was mostly kidding. I attend a church of conservative Baptists, and Suzanne is the polar opposite.  Last time she’d been at my church, … Continue reading

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8 For a Day

Like any good teenager, I never listen to what my younger brother says. His statements are just not important enough to be warranted any attention. But lately, a collection of syllables has played from his mouth too many times for … Continue reading

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Track Season – Fast Approaching

Honestly, I’m not sure if I’m more excited or scared for this year’s track and field season, because frankly, I’m short. Now, I know that isn’t any excuse, and I really don’t mind the height difference, but prior to this … Continue reading

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