April Madness-Favorite Kid’s Shows By: Morgan Hart

Skip to the last link on the article to see the quick final results and fully filled-in bracket, or read on and experience April Madness to its fullness with analysis on every round to keep everything unnecessarily extremely suspenseful. After receiving 56 filled out brackets, the results have been made.  I have chosen 64 kid’s […]

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Staying Active While Suffering By: Redding Welsh

As most of us can attest to, allergy season has hit and it has hit with a vengeance. The runny nose and itchy eyes have been seemingly unbearable, but it is still possible to maintain an outdoor, active lifestyle while suffering with the uncomfortable symptoms. Dr. Jay M. Portnoy, division director of allergy, asthma and […]

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Irish Finish Strong Against Eastern By Travis Fisher

On Monday, May 5, 2014, the York Catholic boys’ lacrosse team faced the Golden Knights of Eastern York High School in their last game of the 2014 season. Coming off of a surprise upset against the Trojans of York Suburban, the Irish were determined to spoil yet another senior night, and improve their record to 5-11. […]

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Senior Sentiment By Sarah Gabriele

The 2013-2014 school year is close to coming to an end for the Seniors here at York Catholic. This past weekend the Seniors attended their last high school dance. For some, this was an emotional night full of fun and dancing. As the dance came to and end, the seniors gathered on the dance floor […]

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Vacationing in Key West By: Kaitlyn Crumling

After spending a week in Key West I would highly recommend this vacation spot to anyone who loves hot weather, sunshine, and beaches! The feeling a person gets while walking the streets of Key West is that it is a very relaxed, carefree, and open-minded environment. One part of town known as “Old Key West” […]

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Top Ten Episodes of The Walking Dead By: Morgan Hart

Season Four has just wrapped up and with four seasons in the past, it is now socially acceptable to make numerous amounts of “The Walking Dead” top ten lists.  Please be aware that if you have not caught up on the show, that this article does contain SPOILERS! Now with that said, lets begin with […]

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A Senior in Retrospect By: Megan Bittner

Like all good things, my senior year must also come to a close. As my graduation date draws nearer, I find myself reflecting on the past six years I have spent at York Catholic. As I prepare for the “real world,” I look to Dr. Seuss for some words of wisdom: You have brains in […]

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Horoscopes for May By Clairvoyant L.J. and Thomas the Farsighted

Aries- You will cuddle with something so hard that it’ll burst into flames. Hug a house, commit arson. Get intimate with bacon, burn the bacon. Taurus- The stars want you to sit down, right there on the couch.  Comfy?  Good. Okay, bring everyone in.  Your mother, your brother, your cousin Steve, both your godparents, your […]

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Our Final Days in YC By: Nayeli Garcia

Excitement runs through the YC hallways for the class of 2014 as their final days in YC come to an end. Despite of the snow we encountered the past few months, it did not stop the seniors to give their all to prepare for the best celebration of all for a high schooler: graduation. We […]

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Why The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift Is One of the Best Movies I’ve Ever Seen By: Matthew Young

I am an avid watcher of movies, everything from indie films to rom coms. I’ll even watch documentaries if they look good.  I don’t know how many movies I’ve seen, but I do know “the Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift” is one of my favorites.  From the start it promises a sort of two […]

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