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  • The First of Many Nights

    The First of Many Nights

    Helena Haynes, Staff Writer

    January 13, 2017

    5...4...3..2...1 happy New Year! All around the world people celebrate the night of December 31st and get excited to ring in the new year. Watching the ball drop in Times Square, going to a New Year’s Eve celebration, and thinking up New Year’s resolutions are all traditions that many people take part in,... READ MORE »»

  • Rogue One: A Review

    Rogue One: A Review

    Joey Clark, Staff Writer

    January 13, 2017

    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story marked Disney and Lucasfilm’s first step into a new side of the popular Star Wars franchise. As the first of Disney’s Star Wars Anthology Series, Rogue One, carried with it a very different weight than most expect from Star Wars as they ditched the lighthearted tone ma... READ MORE »»

  • The Ball’s In His Court

    The Ball’s In His Court

    Justin Korman, Staff Writer

    January 6, 2017

    From Hicksville, Ohio to Rio de Janeiro, Chris Leazier’s passion for the sport of basketball has taken him to quite a few stops throughout his adult life.   His latest destination: State High.   Leazier was hired in October 2016 to coach the State High Lady Little Lions girls... READ MORE »»

    Leazier talks to an opposing coach before a game against Carlisle on January 6th, 2017.

  • Venezuelan Bitcoin Mining: Less Complicated Than it Sounds

    Venezuelan Bitcoin Mining: Less Complicated Than it Sounds

    Trevor Steffen, Staff Writer

    January 4, 2017

    Does Venezuela’s situation prove that a socialist government does not work? The socialist movement in Venezuela began in 1971, and as of recently has proved unsuccessful. The economy has crumbled since then, with a bolivar (Venezuelan national currency) being worth one tenth of the dollar. The citize... READ MORE »»

  • Served up: The truth about State High lunches

    Served up: The truth about State High lunches

    Caycee Ohl, Staff Writer

    December 22, 2016

      Today as I awaited in the long line in the SCASD North building cafeteria, my options were between the entree of the day, macaroni and cheese, or my most common choice, a chicken sandwich. I turned to my friend and asked if I should give the macaroni and cheese a try but the sketched-out look... READ MORE »»

    The North Lunch Ladies pause from a moment after the after lunch clean-up and gather to take a group photo. Front Row Left to Right: Anna Ireland, Theresa Ganow, Nina Troyan, and Chrissie Weaver. Back Row Left to Right: Linda Rinehart, Nancy West, Sierra Ghaner, Jen Barger, Connie Zellers, and Karen Albert

The First of Many Nights

The First of Many Nights

Helena Haynes, Staff Writer

5...4...3..2...1 happy New Year! All around the world people celebrate the night of December 31st and get excited to ring in the new year. Watching the ball drop in Times Square, going to a New Year’s Eve celebration, ...  Read More »

Jan 13 • No Comments

Venezuelan Bitcoin Mining: Less Complicated Than it Sounds

Venezuelan Bitcoin Mining: Less Complicated Than it Sounds

Trevor Steffen, Staff Writer

Does Venezuela’s situation prove that a socialist government does not work? The socialist movement in Venezuela began in 1971, and as of recently has proved unsuccessful. The economy has crumbled since then, with a bol...  Read More »

Jan 4 • No Comments

An Hour-By-Hour review of Election Night

An Hour-By-Hour review of Election Night

Nathan Grella, Staff Writer

Preview: Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump need 270 Electoral College Votes and Donald Trump is at a distinct disadvantage because of the distinct Liberalness of New York and California. For Donald Trump to win, he wi...  Read More »

Dec 8 • No Comments

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Swim Team Makes A Splash

Swim Team Makes A Splash

Joey Clark, Staff Writer

State High’s swim team enjoyed a very exciting 2015-2016 season with the boys’ team defeating major rival Hershey, the girls’ setting more than a few records, and both sides walking away with yet another district title...  Read More »

Jan 13 • No Comments

  • Inside SCFB January 6, 2017
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The Ball’s In His Court

The Ball’s In His Court

Justin Korman, Staff Writer

From Hicksville, Ohio to Rio de Janeiro, Chris Leazier’s passion for the sport of basketball has taken him to quite a few stops throughout his adult life.   His latest destination: State High. &nb...  Read More »

Jan 6 • No Comments

A Cause Worth Bleeding For

January 5, 2017

Venezuelan Bitcoin Mining: Less Complicated Than it Sounds

Venezuelan Bitcoin Mining: Less Complicated Than it Sounds

January 4, 2017

My Peppermint Milkshake Brings All the Students to the ROAR Store

My Peppermint Milkshake Brings All the Students to the ROAR Store

December 16, 2016

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Student news from State College Area High School
Student news from State College Area High School