Monthly Archives: August 2013

“We do not remember days; we remember moments.”

It seems as if as soon as you are a freshman in high school, all you can think about is being a senior; you look up to them, follow their lead for three years, and can not wait for your … Continue reading

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Lee Daniel’s The Butler: An Experience

Three generations. Two hours. One Movie. Accompanied by my grandmother and mother in West Manchester Regal Theater, I witnessed a touching story of my history in Lee Daniel’s The Butler. “I thought it was important that you go as my … Continue reading

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To Kill a Mockingbird

This summer for my honors english class, our summer reading was “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee.  Usually, the summer reading is a dreadful classic novel that is painful to get through.  However, I was pleasantly surprised with this classic.

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Then and Now: The March On Washington

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Meet the Staff

Hello! My name is Michella Salvitti and I am a sophomore at Susquehannock High School.  I play field hockey and lacrosse for my school. 

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My Trip To the O’s Game

While at the Orioles game last night, I noticed that as the game went on, the fans around me became more and more, to put it nicely, intoxicated.  I for one have no problem with those peoples’ way of having … Continue reading

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The Cliche First Day of School

By the time a student reaches high school they have had nearly 9+ first days of school. Besides the fact that we get older and look (and hopefully act) more mature than we did in the previous year, not much … Continue reading

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The Pros of Being Pale

Are you pale? Do you go on vacation and come back looking like a lobster? Are you the palest out of all your friends? Do people mistake you for a vampire? Is your skin covered in freckles? Do you wish … Continue reading

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Senior year : Time flys….but I didn’t know I was having fun

It’s been said over and over that time flies when you are having fun, but what about when it flies by despite the fact that you, in fact, were not having fun. This is my outlook on entering my senior … Continue reading

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Rocket athletes prepare for the fall season

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