Monthly Archives: April 2015

Light it Up Blue: Celebrating Autism Awareness Month

In the state of Pennsylvania, there are about 219,300 children, between the ages of six and 21, who have a disability. Of those 219,300 children, 3,304 of them have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (source). Autism’s growing commonality in … Continue reading

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Red Lion hosts their second annual formal fashion fair May 9

Dresses dominate the Student Council storage room at Red Lion Area Senior High School. Dozens of cardboard boxes overflowing with lace, sequins, tulle, and satin are stacked on top of each other throughout the room. Every color of the rainbow … Continue reading

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Brother and sister duo win speech contest

Annually, York Catholic hosts a competitive speech contest to celebrate the power of the written word. Finalists perform speeches in front of the entire student body. Many students create their own original speeches, like brother and sister Brian and Lauren … Continue reading

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March Madness: An overview of the Bracket Challenge

We all know the feeling, seeing our March Madness bracket fall apart because of a Cinderella team or Duke choking to a 14 seed like Mercer last year. If you did enter a bracket in ESPN’s Bracket Challenge you were … Continue reading

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