Monthly Archives: February 2013

Five ways to celebrate National Pig Day

Oink, oink! March 1 is National Pig Day.  In honor of our porcine pals, you can do the following: 1. Wear pigtails. 2. Hang a flying pig decoration on your rearview mirror. 3. Participate in an animated retelling of “Three Little Pigs” … Continue reading

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Pogopalooza Headed to the Big Apple

Check out XPogo’s new website, XPogo.com! “XPogo” is a new extreme sport based on skills using high performance pogo sticks. In the last few years, extreme Pogo has grown like crazy, receiving tons of publicity from released videos, the annual … Continue reading

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Five Reasons to Get Up and Dance

We’ve all been there. We’re sitting in our house, doing our homework, when an amazing song comes on. We feel that urge to throw our pencil down, get up, and rock out. But, something stops us because we’re either too … Continue reading

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Emily

Cranberry sunsets are painted across your grave. I still think every flower that sprouts from your plot ought to be the exact shade of your hair. And so, you will stay scarlet with the blood of life for as long … Continue reading

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A Mortality Tale, Told By Fire

By Rebecca Zhou, Central York High School I am utterly fascinated by the visceral — yet deathly afraid of it. This deep-rooted fear stems from my childhood, when I shielded myself from the unknown. Let’s just say I have a … Continue reading

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“You’ll never forget Mister Ed’s Elephant Museum”

We drove down Route 30 in the late Monday morning, Hollywood Undead blasting through the speakers, the car shaking with the bass. Our destination was unknown to me, and so I studied the land beyond the window, hoping for some … Continue reading

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Black History Month: Best Old Shows

(The cast of the Cosby Show. Image from http://tvlistings.zap2it.com/tv/the-cosby-show/photo-gallery-detail/EP00017073/292916?aid=zap2it.) In honor of Black History Month, I would like to recognize the best shows from my childhood, which had a small part to play in who I am today. These shows taught … Continue reading

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Teen hopes to live up to late great grandfather’s legacy

A great grandfather passes, leaving a teen inspired.

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Sexist Post of the Day: A meme altercation

I think I am pushing all my close friends away due to my unfortunate recent rants about sexism in everyday life. Indeed, it might be a crime to impolitely annoy my friends who don’t always want to hear a feminist … Continue reading

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2013 Harrisburg Garden Expo

For the second consecutive year I have accompanied my parents to the Harrisburg Garden Expo that is held at the Weis Exposition Arena, which is the same building that is used for the Pennsylvania Farm Show. I admit, last year I thought it … Continue reading

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