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  • Pine Richland Rolls Over State College, 56-33

    Pine Richland Rolls Over State College, 56-33

    Nathan Grella, Staff Writer

    November 28, 2018

    For the State College Little Lions, the season was not without the drama, that is for certain. From big plays against Central Dauphin East and Chambersburg, to sweating bullets against Cumberland Valley, the Little Lions have not won without a bit of drama and good luck, along with being more naturally...

  • ‘Tis The Season, Yet Again

    ‘Tis The Season, Yet Again

    Kaylee Richards, Staff Writer

    November 26, 2018

    Tree lightings signify the beginning of the holiday in cities all over the world. In Rio de Janeiro, spectators can witness one of the world’s biggest Christmas trees light up the night. New York City is home to one of the most notable Christmas trees in the country, with 125 million people visitin...

    “Mrs. Clause” performs holiday songs for an audience downtown State College. Previously in the day, Winter Storm Avery had delivered almost a foot of snow. “The snow really added to the night, too. It truly felt like Christmas time, even though it is still November,” junior Lauren Arnold said.

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  • Why Young Voters Matter

    Why Young Voters Matter

    Caroline Simon, Staff Writer

    November 14, 2018

    November 6 was the date of midterm elections in the United States. Midterm elections give us the opportunity to elect ⅓ of the Senate and all 435 members of the House. Young voters are highly underestimated in terms of their power and their attention towards politics. In most elections, young v...

    On November 6, the United States voted to elect many new politicians into power. Mr. Lyke, a science teacher, encouraged everyone who can to “get out and vote.”

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Why Young Voters Matter

Caroline Simon, Staff Writer | November 14, 2018

November 6 was the date of midterm elections in the United States. Midterm elections give us the opportunity to elect ⅓ of the Senate and all 435 members of the House. Young voters are highly underestimated in terms of their power and their attention towards politics. In most elections, young voters are the most important because they are deciding their future. Mr. Merritt, a State High social...

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Do Students Want Hall Passes?

Carsyn Spencer, Staff Writer | November 12, 2018

State High has organized a way to keep track of students' whereabouts when they are out of the classroom. But what the school board may not know is the opinions of the student body. The first problem with the hall passes is the sanitation and the health issues it poses to the students. Every year, “flu season” starts and colds start to go around. The passes have a bad rap of being a cause of...

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Crossing the Line: Which Costumes Have Gone Too Far?

Alexa Webb, Staff Writer | November 8, 2018

It’s 6 O'clock on October 31st - Halloween night. There are children running through the streets of various neighborhoods screaming, “trick or treat” with their extravagant costumes. One of the best parts of this thrilling holiday is looking at what others have decided to dress up as. However, there is an important question to ask. When is a costume crossing the line on Halloween? There are...

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Too Old to Trick-or-Treat

Troy Heatwole, Staff Writer | November 8, 2018

It's that time of year again. The air is crisp, the weather is cooling down, and the ground is covered with leaves of all colors. October has always been one of my favorite months of the year. Not just the football and the cooler weather, but the candy and the dressing up. I am, of course, talking about Halloween, a holiday celebrated in the United States where kids go door to door dressed up as their...

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David Wagner, Foreign Correspondent | September 30, 2016

12/11/16 -- Another Fun Experience Christmas time in Germany is really interesting. I’ve been doing a little bit of traveling between different cities in the area, and visiting different Christmas markets. Yesterday (Saturday) I went to Münster with two other exchange students, one from New Hampshire and the other from Japan. The previous week was pretty rough for me, and a few unfortunate...

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Abby Fortin, WSCH Coordinator | February 17, 2016

It may be cold and snowy here in Central Pennsylvania but if you’re like me, you’re dreaming of spring weather-and have a Pinterest board full of clothes you hope to buy this season. Using the site Polyvore, I rounded up some of my favorite early spring looks. Keep in mind that this is just as of now and there will be plenty more as we get closer to warmer weather! After each outfit I’ll link...

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