Monthly Archives: July 2015

Will new regulations hinder volunteerism?

New state requirements will affect many people, including teens, volunteers, and those applying for a job working with minors. Recent changes to state law now require “comprehensive criminal and child abuse background checks” for employees and volunteers having contact with … Continue reading

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Summer Reading with the Help of York County Libraries

  Summer is in full swing. Whether it is by the pool, in a hammock, or during those long car rides to dream vacations, books seem to always work their way into busy schedules. One way this occurs in York County … Continue reading

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A European photo journal: Spain (Days 1-5)

Day One: It would be a summer of firsts. At least, that’s what I told myself as I stood in my school’s parking lot at 11 a.m. on a muggy, York summer morning. My pink luggage clasped tightly in my … Continue reading

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The reality of teen drinking and driving

Pennsylvania has strict laws on drinking and driving, but some teens still haven’t gotten the message. Driving while drunk is dangerous, not only for the driver, but others on the road. According to MADD, almost a quarter of car crash deaths … Continue reading

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Keeping work in the family at York Central Market

Picture the modern American family, every member rises around 6 a.m. to eat breakfast and get ready for a day at work or school. Mom and Dad go to their separate jobs on opposite ends of town and the kids … Continue reading

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York Catholic class of 2019 looks forward to the future

It seems like just yesterday the York Catholic class of 2015 was beginning the final leg of our high school career and living large in the cramped, hallowed hallways of YC. Fast forward nine months, we are suddenly standing on … Continue reading

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Teen Takeover: Kirsten Nicholl

My name is Kirsten Nicholl and I’m a new member of Teen Takeover this year. I joined Teen Takeover because I have the goal of either becoming a Sports Journalist or a Host/Reporter at NFL Network. Joining Teen Takeover will … Continue reading

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Want to be recruited by a college? Here are some tips for athletes

Many athletes who play at the high school level want to continue their career in college, and they want to be recruited by a great coach. There are many steps to being recruited, but some athletes are not aware of how … Continue reading

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Teen Takeover Intro: Emma Poff

Hello! My name is Emma Poff. I’m a new member to the Teen Takeover staff this year.  I am an incoming sophomore at York Catholic High School and play tennis, participate in school musicals and plays, and am a member … Continue reading

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Teen Takeover intro: Darren Deaver

Howdy y’all!  I’m Darren and I’m a new member of the Teen Takeover team.  I attend West York Area High School.  I was recommended for journalism by my junior year English teacher.  I’m not very sure if journalism is what … Continue reading

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