Monthly Archives: April 2014

The 10th anniversary of the modern classic ‘Mean Girls’

Today is the tenth anniversary of a classic movie of our generation– “Mean Girls.” Starring Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Tina Fey, Amanda Seyfried, and Lacey Chabert, this stereotypical movie is a staple for parties and lazy weekends. Watching this movie … Continue reading

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5 Things Which the Honduras Has And the USA Doesn’t

At 1 a.m. this Easter I returned home after a nine-day sojourn in the Honduras, a country stuck in the tail of North America, like see: View Larger Map For six days out of the nine we worked out in … Continue reading

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Recap: See tweets from the York Daily Record’s 2014 High School Student Journalism Workshop

More than twenty students from York County high schools, including Central, Red Lion, Susquehannock and West York, attended this year’s York Daily Record High School Journalism Workshop. In it, they learned about sports journalism, the future of local news, photo … Continue reading

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Central York students share opinions on Hollywood’s concept of high school

High school is a kingdom of queens, kings, and jesters. It is a corrupt hierarchy that plays favors to no one, and seeks to knock everyone off their pedestals. The powerful scratch and claw their way to the throne while … Continue reading

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Raising awareness for a cause

Epilepsy is a neurological disorder caused by repeated seizures in the brain. In the United States alone, over two million adults have been diagnosed with this condition. While many people are aware of seizures and their effects, epilepsy continues to … Continue reading

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Should Central senior have been suspended for prom proposal?

When the news was announced that Nina Davuluri, the reigning Miss America, was going to be speaking at Central York High School on Thursday, students figured it would be enough to give our school a little attention. But, that turned … Continue reading

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What do students say about prom proposals?

Prom, short for promenade, a semi-formal dance or gathering, is the the epitome of dances. Period. High school juniors and seniors anticipate prom as a night to remember forever.

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Spinoffs of Shakespeare’s classic ‘Romeo and Juliet’

Recently, I have discovered the wonder, and evil, that plagues every high school student– Shakespeare. Normally, I would consider myself advanced in English class, but Shakespeare’s never-ending soliloquies weave a fog around my brain that is practically impossible to clear. … Continue reading

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Movie Review: “Divergent”

As a big fan of the book series “Divergent” by Veronica Roth, I had high expectations for the movie version of one of my favorite books. Out of all three of the books in Roth”s series, “Divergent” was the best … Continue reading

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