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  • Nostalgic High School Movies

    Nostalgic High School Movies

    Cullen Browell, Staff Writer

    May 25, 2016

    Graduation quickly (but not quickly enough) approaches for the seniors. This means that the four *adjective that describes however you thought high school was* years of high school will be over. During this bittersweet (depending on who you ask) time, seniors can have a nostalgic moment and watch cl... READ MORE »»

  • So Long, and Thanks For All the Fish

    So Long, and Thanks For All the Fish

    Andrew Byrne, Editor-in-Chief

    May 25, 2016

    Through a four year long course of events that is entirely pointless to describe because everybody goes through their own path in high school and thus no nostalgic paragraph written by the one can apply to the many, seniors are finally leaving high school! Instead of recounting the events that eve... READ MORE »»

  • Workers on the Rise

    Workers on the Rise

    Nick Chapman, Staff Editor

    May 18, 2016

    Earlier this week, 70 plus nurses and workers at the McMurray Hills Manor picketed over a contract that expired May 9th, 2016. The home’s owner, American Health Foundation, which is based in Ohio, is slowing negotiations. The issue concerns the workers schedules. Workers currently have leave ever... READ MORE »»

  • Buy Dave Grohl

    Buy Dave Grohl

    Andrew Byrne, Staff Writer

    May 18, 2016

    A man named Frank Pain believes that if he can raise a huge amount of money, he'll be able to buy Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl. Of dubious legality, Pain started a GoFundMe on May 3rd, requesting that fans help him raise enough funds in an effort to persuade Grohl to hang out with him. Recent... READ MORE »»

  • Chasing the Track Team

    Chasing the Track Team

    Jenny Fitzgerald and Reilly McGlumphy, Staff Writer and Sports Editor

    May 12, 2016

    For the cardio lovers of the world, the track team resides as a family away from the natural one that everyone was born into. The practices reign with high-pace activities to keep every participant in top condition. Sprints, long jump, distance, and throw, there are endless events that you can join.... READ MORE »»

Guidance Tip of the Week: Huntington Advanced Study Skills Program

Samantha Szewczyk, Staff Writer

Huntington Learning Center is offering classes to help improve your study skills. They are offering 1:1 learning opportunities and there are proven results from these sessions....  Read More »

May 25, 2016 • 0 comments

Workers on the Rise

Workers on the Rise

Nick Chapman, Staff Editor

Earlier this week, 70 plus nurses and workers at the McMurray Hills Manor picketed over a contract that expired May 9th, 2016. The home’s owner, American Health Foundation...  Read More »

May 18, 2016 • 0 comments

Guidance Tip of the Week: SAT and ACT Review

Samantha Szewczyk , Staff Writer

The Princeton Review will be having courses at Bethel Park High School to help prepare students for the SAT and ACT. SAT Ultimate 6/27/16-7/15/16 Monday-Friday SAT Ultimate...  Read More »

May 18, 2016 • 0 comments

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Ending the Season: Softball

Reilly McGlumphy, Sports Editor

The PTHS softball team ended their season with a  hard fought battle against Baldwin. The Lady Indians were in the second round of plays. They had previously beat Franklin...  Read More »

May 25, 2016 • 0 comments

Powder puff 2016: Start of Practices

Powder puff 2016: Start of Practices

Reilly McGlumphy, Sports Editor

As Powder puff practices start today, the coaches and players are now physically preparing for the 2016 game. Practices are going to be every week day till the game next Wednesday....  Read More »

May 18, 2016 • 0 comments

Chasing the Track Team

Chasing the Track Team

Jenny Fitzgerald and Reilly McGlumphy, Staff Writer and Sports Editor

For the cardio lovers of the world, the track team resides as a family away from the natural one that everyone was born into. The practices reign with high-pace activities...  Read More »

May 12, 2016 • 0 comments

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Standardized Testing Around the World

Standardized Testing Around the World

Angela Roberts, Website Editor-in-Chief

With the passage of No Child Left Behind in 2002 came an unprecedented level of federal interference in the educational system.  Under the act, states are required to implement...  Read More »

May 25, 2016 • 0 comments

Person of the Week

Person of the Week

Sarah Crane, Staff Writer

18-year-old Cole Dotson, a senior in Ohio. He was driving passed the school when he noticed the American Flag hovering dangerously close to the ground. Out of respect the...  Read More »

May 25, 2016 • 0 comments

So Long, and Thanks For All the Fish

So Long, and Thanks For All the Fish

Andrew Byrne, Editor-in-Chief

Through a four year long course of events that is entirely pointless to describe because everybody goes through their own path in high school and thus no nostalgic paragraph...  Read More »

May 25, 2016 • 0 comments

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Runway in the Hallway

Cassidy Lego

Now that June is in sight, it's safe to say that this school year is about to come to a close.  Instead of the usual fashion trends, lets take a step back and reflect on...  Read More »

May 25, 2016 • 0 comments

Nostalgic High School Movies

Nostalgic High School Movies

Cullen Browell, Staff Writer

Graduation quickly (but not quickly enough) approaches for the seniors. This means that the four *adjective that describes however you thought high school was* years of high ...  Read More »

May 25, 2016 • 0 comments

A Second Chance

Nora Barczak, Staff Writer

When Josi Aponte received her diploma last week from Eastern Connecticut State University, she was surprised to see who was in the audience.  At her graduation was the police...  Read More »

May 25, 2016 • 0 comments

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