YouTube Channel by: Kenneth Clouser

York Catholic has recently decided to create a YouTube Channel for the school. On this page students, parents, and other members of the YC community can watch videos involving the school. Beginning after Christmas break, the channel will be launched and videos will start to be uploaded. On this channel students can expects videos of […]

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Thanksgiving Service by: Alex Johnson

On Thanksgiving, I decided to help out at the St. Francis Asissi Soup Kitchen in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.  It was different than I thought it would be.  A few of the volunteers were there because they were sentenced with community service hours.  I met one kid who had thirty hours of community service because he had […]

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Top European Soccer Jerseys by Jordan Lesher

On of the things that help create a team’s identity in sports is the jersey. And in European soccer, this is no exception, if not an even bigger deal. With some teams being around as early as the late 1800’s, tradition has become a big deal when companies design jerseys a year to eighteen months […]

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The 1975 at Tower Theater By Kathleen Byrne

The 1975 concert was certainly a magnificent start to my December 2014. I had been patiently awaiting this concerts arrival since that fateful day in June when I purchased the tickets. The 1975 is a band out of Manchester, England who made a splash with their hit “Chocolate” which was released in 2013. Since that […]

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December Horoscopes By: Thad Cwiklinski and Katie Siple

Back by popular demand, Thad the Legitimate and Katie the Mystic are here to spread some holiday cheer for your December horoscopes.  Sagittarius - Nuff said. Capricorn –  After a whirlwind courtship, you will discover that your dashing/gorgeous fiance with an indeterminable gender, Bananas, is a well dressed gorilla.  You will try to let Bananas down […]

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The Heroin Project by: Kenneth Clouser

Recently a new organization called The Heroin Project has been set up in York, PA. The organizations mission is to create a definitive source and cooperative effort for teens, educators, communities, professionals, legislators, the judicial system, law enforcement, businesses and the public. The organization focuses on creating awareness, stopping teen heroin addiction, reducing heroin addiction […]

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How to Overcome Writers Block by: Thad Cwiklinski

You’re sitting in Journalism class, cranking out articles a mile a minute like a trained monkey when it hits you.  You know the feeling.  One second you’re just finished the great American novel, a few tour de forces, a magnum opus, and a rip off Spiderman comic book.   The next you’re wailing and gnashing your […]

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An Epic Tale of Ice and Trash by: Gus Landis

‘Twas a dark and stormy afternoon when ‘gainst our better judgement we set forth into the untamed wilds ‘round York Catholic.  The cold was so bitter it turned rain to ice as it fell from the Heavens, the wind bit so hard it was likely to draw blood; but it was for a greater purpose […]

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6.6 K Pittsburgh Charity Run by: Alex Johnson

The Mario Lemieux Foundation hosted a 6.6K charity run and family walk.  It cost $40 so register to run, which in my opinion is worth it for the hockey practice after the race.  The runners’ route was 4.1 miles long, went over two bridges and through one tunnel.  For those who didn’t want to run, […]

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Taylor Swift’s 1989 album review By Kathleen Byrne

On October 27, 2014 Taylor Swift released her fifth album titled 1989. What set this album apart from her previous four was that this was to be a strictly pop album. Taylor Swift started out with her self-titled debut album back in 2006, with a strong country vibe. A few years later Taylor followed with […]

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