Monthly Archives: March 2015

Everything you need to know about the SATs

The SAT, is a three hour and 45 minute test on writing, critical reading and mathematics to determine if a student is prepared to enroll in a post secondary education. This test is the focal point, and biggest stressor, of an … Continue reading

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The redesigned SAT

Beginning in March of 2016, the SAT test will have undergone major redesign changes. Not only will this affect the material on the test, but it will change the scoring system as well. The redesigned SAT test will feature eight new concepts (Information … Continue reading

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York Catholic’s Mini Thon Raises over $14,000

Video by York Catholic’s Kenneth Clouser, class of 2015. York Catholic’s Mini Thon, held on Mar. 7, raised more than $14,000 for the Four Diamonds Fund. The Mini Thon is a benefit to raise money for pediatric cancer research. The Thon … Continue reading

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Basketball team continues success, looks to beat York High

The Central York varsity boys basketball team has had success this past season. The Panthers won 63-47 over the Exeter Township Eagles Feb. 18. This win by the Panthers and a win by York High over Hershey brought the same … Continue reading

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‘Tarzan the Musical’ debuts at the Red Lion Area Senior High School

To the cast and crew of “Tarzan the Musical” at the Red Lion Area Senior High School, March Madness does not mean basketball, it means their long-awaited performances. The cast has been practicing since January for these performances. The show, … Continue reading

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Red Lion makes progress as the first York County school district to sponsor a Habitat for Humanity house

On February 23, 2013, the Red Lion Area School District made history: they become the first school district in York County to sponsor a Habitat for Humanity house Almost two school years have passed since then, and the house is … Continue reading

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The Kongos take over the Pullo Center

On Feb. 14, the world-renowned band the Kongos played at the Penn State York Pullo Center. The Pullo Center attracted concert-goers regardless of the snowy weather outside. The frigid conditions are a far cry from the band’s hometown of Johannesburg, South Africa. … Continue reading

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‘The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender’ is a haunting and stunning debut

“The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender” by Leslye Walton is positively one of the most extraordinary books I have read in a long time; its union of poetic writing and vivid storytelling sparked my imagination and engulfed me … Continue reading

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