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Sydnee Rockey, Staff Writer
March 3, 2020

State High has a white privilege problem. As a white student in our school, I have witnessed this throughout my high school years.  I witness it in small ways throughout my day: I am conscious of the fact that I do not have to change the way that I am talking—I don’t have to answer questions about whether or not people can touch my hair; I can walk into a classroom of people who look exactly like me, and I can sit down in history class to hear the history of people who look like me. I am...

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The Power of 21 Days

Rachel Silliman, Staff Writer
February 27, 2020

Fasting, in literal terms, means to: “abstain from all or some kinds of food or drink” (Oxford Dictionary). State College Assembly of God is doing just that. They are taking what Jesus has spoken in the Bible about fasting and applying it to everyday life. Other local churches may choose to fast, also, but in different lengths and time periods. State College Assembly started a 21-day fast on Sunday,...

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Are “Big” Movies the “Best” Movies?

Sydnee Rockey, Staff Writer
February 10, 2020

2019 was full of big box office movies, from Avengers: Endgame to Toy Story 4 to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. But should these movies be considered the best movies of the year?  Big blockbuster movies are created for their entertainment value and often times are made so major studios, like Disney, can make money. While these blockbusters are great for the reasons they were created and appeal...

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