Monthly Archives: November 2014

Twitter: How reliable is it?

Twitter is one of the most used social media networks. With so many users filling feeds with news articles, opinions and photos this brings up a question. Is this true? According to Heidi Cohen when there is the most content … Continue reading

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Holiday volunteering opportunities for teenagers in York, Pa.

The holiday season comes with an abundance of food, presents, family, and time. Without school to keep students busy, finding something to fill the empty space may be difficult. The one of the best ways to get more out of … Continue reading

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The Five Common App Questions and Their Answers

First: The Common Application sign-up process is a torturous and Gilliam-esque bureaucratic maze that cannot be duplicated in any circle of hell. They won’t be sated until your password has at least eight characters, a capital letter, a lowercase letter, … Continue reading

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YDR journalists say empathy is key

“I’m a person before I’m a journalist.” Brandie Kessler, a general assignment reporter with the York Daily Record, states this as she explains collecting information for stories. Hannah Sawyer, a city reporter for the YDR, stresses that empathy is key. … Continue reading

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Quiz: What TV high school would you go to?

High school has its countless ups and downs, with drama and stress at every corner. Waking up early and going to bed late makes for a life that is as far from glamorous as Hollywood makes it seem. But, what if … Continue reading

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Review: ‘FELT’ by Nils Frahm

I am taking a modern improvisation/choreography project class this semester in dance and a few weeks ago our assignment was to create a piece to a song called “Less” by German musician Nils Frahm.  This song is primarily swelling silences … Continue reading

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Evaluating Red Lion Area Senior High School’s new grading system

School systems are constantly evolving to accommodate with the changes in today’s teenagers, and Red Lion Area Senior High School is trying to adapt their grading system to benefit the students. For the new school year, the high school converted from a … Continue reading

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QUIZ: Can you pass the class?

Pennsylvania teenagers go to school for five days a week from 7 am to about 3 pm every day. We are required to sit and soak up all the information from our classes like sponges. But with so many classes … Continue reading

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