Lions' Digest

Isabelle, senior, Elijah, sophomore, and Luca, eighth grader, Snyder carry their freshly cut Christmas tree at Tannenbaum Farms in Centre Hall, PA. An annual tradition, the Snyder family has been cutting down their own tree at a local farm since Isabelle was in elementary school.

Surviving Special Days

Isabelle Snyder(she/her), WSCH Executive Producer
January 15, 2021
Why did Shakespeare only write in pen? Pencils confused him. 2B or not 2B?

Are Puns Actually Laugh-Worthy?

Halle Rager, Staff Writer
January 13, 2021
Dianna Halloran’s two-year-old pair of Converse All Stars still goes with any outfit and can be worn anytime. State College, PA, Friday, Jan. 8, 2021.

The Versatility of Converse

Adam Lieb, Staff Writer
January 10, 2021
Inside the newly moved Goodwill location on Benner Pike in State College, PA, taken on Nov. 18, 2020. Although masks are required in the store, those who don’t feel safe shopping in person now have access to Goodwill online as of last year, along with additional second-hand platforms such as ThredUp, Depop, Poshmark, and more.

The Surge of Second-Hand Shopping

Elisa Edgar, Opinion Editor
January 10, 2021
Nov. 29, 2020, State College, PA. Solar panels power Blair Malcom’s house, a community member with the goal of protecting the environment. These solar panels power both his house and his hybrid car.

The Case for Solar Panels

Arlo Nicholas(he/him/his), Staff Writer
December 23, 2020
Pieces from Shan Shui Studio’s “Wear Their Names” collection. Pieces were named after victims of police brutality--those in the image are named after Gabriella Nevarez, Tamir Rice, Tanisha Anderson, and Trayvon Martin. The studio faced backlash soon after the launch of their collection.

The Commodification of Black Death

Adrita Talukder, Newspaper Editor in Chief
November 3, 2020
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