Category Archives: Travel

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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Summer Travels: Poetry in San Fran

This summer is the summer I will forever remember as the summer I discovered that “Frisco” was not, in fact, a nickname for San Francisco, but an actual city in California. Color me shocked (what color is shocked? a vibrant … Continue reading

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Weekend Adventures

The past several weekends have been really good. Although, most weekends are a welcomed event, with no school and a chance to sleep in, but these past weekends have been a fun shift from daily life.

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The Trip of a Lifetime

Words can only go so far; that is where pictures come in. Recently, I traveled to Europe for ten days and I wrote a story that will appear in the paper in August. Here is a sneak peek of our … Continue reading

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Pretty Pictures

My one-month exchange in France is almost over! Here I bring you an update of what has happened so far via photodiary (not that this photodiary is particularly comprehensive, but it is what it is). We start at Saint-Émilion, a … Continue reading

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What’s it like to live in Alaska?

A woman recalls moving to Alaska.

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Biking for Cancer

Robert Cousineau, a history teacher at Southern Middle School, is at it again, but this time, he’s taking his bike and going above and beyond. This past March, the students at Southern Middle School stayed on their feet for seven … Continue reading

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The Scout Movement has been around since about 1907, and went on to become massively popular worldwide. While this organization is obviously quite progressive, it involves many strict requirements and is very divided in that it only reaches younger boys … Continue reading

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Two of my favorite memories of 2012

THON~ February 2012 Penn State’s THON is the largest student-run philanthropy in the world. Although the students work all year fundraising and raising awareness for pediatric cancer, everything leads up to the 46 hour no-sleeping, no-sitting dance marathon known as … Continue reading

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From 420 to 14,259 feet: Climbing in the Rocky Mountains

Gabe Ryan tells the story of climbing the Rocky Mountains.

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